On The Bookshelves Tuesday 3/15/2011

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

Science Fiction/Fantasy
 Rocket Girls: The Last Planet
by Housuke Nojiri

“... Nojiri’s upbeat, comic novel and its resolute, daring protagonists offer a welcome respite from the nihilistic, doom-laden stories that dominate modern SF.”
  The King of Diamonds
by Simon Tolkien

“Two murders occurring several years apart are the catalyst for a collection of conflicted, angst-ridden characters to convene to solve the mystery.”
Mainstream Fiction
 The Lost Sister
by Russel D. McLean

“Not to be missed by fans of straight-up hardboiled noir.”
  State of the Union
by Douglas Kennedy

“Readers, don’t get scared by the 500-plus page count of this novel, as every page is well worth it.”

Mine Is the Night
by Liz Curtis Higgs

“Every part of this novel is extraordinary, and you will not want it to end.”

  No Safe Haven
by Kimberley Woodhouse and Kayla R. Woodhouse

“The authors remind us that faith is simple: All one must do is believe.”

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