Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Blizzard of Books: January New Titles

There is good news a plenty in January reading.  First, it’s January, and the weather means lots of indoor time to read, and you’ll need every minute of that time because, secondly, there is a bonanza of great new titles coming out this first month of the year.  So, with snow storms bearing down on many of you this week, it’s the perfect opportunity to snuggle up with a warm blanket, some hot chocolate, and a great new January read.  And, remember, even if you can’t get out to buy the books or borrow them from your library or order them to be delivered, you can always download them as ebooks.  So, make sure you’re prepared for the bad weather with your reading selections.  Then, you can worry about eggs and milk and bread.


January 2018

The Case of the Unsuitable Suitor (Enquiries Agency Mystery) by Cathy Ace (Jan. 1st)

Scones and Scoundrels: The Highland Bookshop Mystery Series #2 by Molly MacRae (Jan. 2nd)

In the Shadow of Agatha Christie: Classic Crime Fiction by Forgotten Female Writers: 1850-1917 edited by Leslie S. Klinger (Jan. 2nd)

The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn (Jan. 2nd)

The Blasphemers: Vera and Tolliver #3 by Annamaria Alfieri (Jan. 7th)

What Doesn’t Kill You (A Willa Pennington, PI Mystery) by Aimee Hix (Jan. 8th)

The Hostess with the Ghostess : A Haunted Guesthouse Mystery by E.J. Copperman  (Jan. 9th)

A Reckoning in the Back Country by Terry Shames (Jan. 9th)

The Widows of Malabar Hill (A Mystery of 1920s Bombay) by Sujata Massey (Jan. 9th)

The Wife Between Us: A Novel by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen (Jan. 9th)

The Chalk Man: A Novel by C.J. Tudor (Jan. 9th)

A Treacherous Curse (A Veronica Speedwell Mystery) by Deanna Raybourn (Jan. 16th)

Gia and the Lone Raven (Gia #4, Novella) by Kristi Belcamino (Jan. 19th)

The Wife: A Novel of Psychological Suspense by Alafair Burke (Jan. 23rd)

The Grave’s a Fine and Private Place (Flavia de Luce #9) by Alan Bradley (January 30th)

Into the Black Nowhere: An UNSUB Novel by Meg Gardiner (Jan. 30th)


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