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

Mystery/Suspense/Thriller

THE BURNING AIR

"Kelly’s third book is an exquisitely plotted story of obsession and revenge with a perfectly satisfying ending and a mid-book reveal that will leave your head spinning."

GUILT

"Kellerman’s long-running and consistently excellent Alex Delaware books explore the gritty side of LA lurking beneath the surface glamour. Top-notch as always!"

Science Fiction/Fantasy

BLOOD'S PRIDE
by Evie Manieri

Fantasy


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" ... the perfect mix of romance, family ties, betrayals and agonizing dilemmas."

FIREBRAND
by Gillian Philip

Fantasy


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"The gripping first pages establish the characters, setting and fantasy-lite feel of the book immediately, which infuses the pages of backstory that follow with importance."

THE SHADOW WARS

" ... book two in Rees’ alternate history/steampunk/cyberpunk mashup series certainly delivers on all fronts ... "

Mainstream Fiction

THE SECRET OF THE NIGHTINGALE PALACE
by Dana Sachs

Mainstream


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"Sachs’ latest is so beautiful in every aspect that readers will have difficulty pinpointing the best parts."

Young Adult

HOW TO LEAD A LIFE OF CRIME

"A totally awesome, twist-filled book. Miller subverts the oft-times tired trope of a down-on-his-luck kid enrolling in a secret, special private school."

OVERRIDE

"Slightly X-Men reminiscent, the world and its inhabitants are totally inventive."

MIND GAMES

"A broken, warped and realistic romance fills out the plot. Action-packed yet character driven, this is a great series first."

SHARDS AND ASHES

"These short stories will delight you with their thrills and chills."

THE DIFFERENT GIRL

" ... he bizarre setting and unwitnessed events are likely to draw in sci-fi and mystery fans."

Inspirational

BROKEN WINGS
by Shannon Dittemore

Inspirational


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"Dittemore draws us into the most worshipful moments and equally crafts a thread of fear and despair as the plot leads us into a darker existence that teens are able to rise above."

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