On The Bookshelves Tuesday 9/14/2010
Tue, 09/14/2010 - 2:01pm — admin
Here's a look at the titles we love that hit shelves this week.
|Mark: Secret Cowboy by Pamela Britton |
"Britton’s characters are stubborn and flawed, and the supporting cast is wonderful and punches up the story."
|What A Westmoreland Wants by Brenda Jackson |
"Is there anything more irresistible than a man so in love with a woman that he’s willing to give her what she believes is her heart’s desire?"
|Shadow Protector by Jenna Ryan |
"Overall, a funny and engrossing read with fabulous characters."
|Fully Involved by Amy Knupp |
"Fully Involved has great characterization and wonderfully drawn detail."
|The Topkapi Secret by Terry Kelhawk |
"Meticulously researched, this richly textured debut novel will capture your imagination from the beginning, pull you into the intrigue and adventure and never let go."
|Hypothermia by Arnaldur Indridason |
"Stieg Larsson fans who are casting about for something new to read would do well to pick up the latest in Indridason’s excellent Inspector Erlendur series."
|The Perfect Family by Kathryn Shay |
"Warmly poignant, realistic, dramatic and honestly presented, Shay’s story is an engrossing family saga for the modern world."
|Waking Up in Dixie by Haywood Smith |
"Smith dishes up a story about midlife crises that’s going to elicit both chuckles and tears as readers follow poor Elizabeth Mooney’s attempts to deal with the dramatic transformation a stroke causes in her cruel and distant husband."
|Esperanza by Trish J. MacGregor |
"The suspense is palpable and the pace relentless as the dread grows. Even those who don’t scare easily will find this bone chilling."
|Antiphon by Ken Scholes |
"Antiphon is a worthy third novel in the popular Psalms of Isaak series. Scholes continues to show his deft hand at crafting characters, and his penchant for the surprising plot twist is displayed to good effect."
|Faithful by Kim Cash Tate |
"Tate has an amazing ability to put difficult but realistic emotions on paper and show the reader the redeeming love of God in the process."
|Her Daughter’s Dream by Francine Rivers |
"The sweeping time period from the 1950s through the present day allows the reader to engage personally in the amazing narrative."
|A Hand to Hold by Virginia Kantra |
"The dual main characters, Ruth and Deborah, add a different twist to the typical Amish novel."