On The Bookshelves Tuesday 10/19/2010

Here's a look at the titles we love that hit shelves this week.

Historical Romance Historical Fiction
  The Year of Living Scandalously
by Julia London

"The premise of switching identities isn’t new, but the execution, mystery and romance are fresh and satisfying."
    Forbidden Places
by Jan Hambright

"The length of Vincenzi’s latest epic novel allows her vivid descriptions and complicated plots to shine ..."


  Chasing the Night
by Iris Johansen

"This latest Eve Duncan thriller moves around the globe with a story that is literally explosive!"
    Worth Dying For
by Lee Child

"... Child is still delivering that suspenseful thrill ride you just can’t put down until the last butt has been kicked."

Sci Fi Fantasy

  All Clear
by Connie Willis

All Clear completes the story that was started in Willis' Blackout.
    Weight of Stone
by Laura Anne Gilman

"Gilman’s second Vineart War offering is a fast-paced and tightly plotted tale that picks up right where the first book left off."
  The Rebel Prince
by Celine Kiernan

"This third in the Moorehawke Trilogy continues the fast and bloody pace, while still capable of being read as a stand-alone."

Young Adult

by Jackie Morse Kessler

"Powerful, fast-paced, hilarious, heart-wrenching, vivid, sad and most of all real ..."
by Andrea Cremer

"The world Cremer creates is quite meaty, while also managing to be sexy and intoxicating, filled with action, suspense and definitely romance."

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