On The Bookshelves Tuesday 4/12/2010

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

Romantic Suspense Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
 Chasing Fire
by Nora Roberts

“There’s no better way to spend your money and time.”
  After the Golden Age
by Carrie Vaughn

“More than a superhero story, this is a tale of finding your true self and realizing that good and evil often come in various shades.”

The Illusion of Murder
by Carol McCleary

“Feministas take note —Nellie Bly still rocks and McCleary knows how to twist the factual and the fanciful in equal measure to keep readers up late and women rooting.”

  Hiss of Death
by Rita Mae Brown

“Written with wit and charm, this book will delight her many fans."

One Was a Soldier
by Julia Spencer-Fleming

“Spencer-Fleming’s series only gets better as her characters become some of our favorite people with all-too-human problems."


  Gone With a Handsomer Man
by Michael Lee West

“Mainstream fiction author West wades into mystery waters with this warm, funny page-turner.”

A Hard Death
by Jonathan Hayes

“The action is nonstop, the atmosphere tense and the blood-soaked finale will leave you breathless.”


  Killer Routine
by Alan Orloff

“Gritty and full of surprises, this is a fascinating glimpse into the world of stand-up comedy; it’s definitely worth a read.”
Mainstream FictionScience Fiction/Fantasy
 Save Me
by Lisa Scottoline

“This heart-wrenching tale is fast paced and thought provoking.”
  The Dragon’s Path
by Daniel Abraham

“ ... Abraham’s strengths are in his lushly detailed world and his ability to make his characters walk through the reader’s mind.”
Young Adult 

by Ann Aguirre

Enclave is dark and thrilling, fast-paced and intense.”



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