Thursday, September 13, 2012

Reading Ahead: October 2012, part 3

And last but not least, the wrap-up to our chock-full list of new titles being published in October.  I hope you saved a little room on your dance-card, because there's so much more.  Don't believe me?  Read on!

The Round House, by Louise Erdrich

A Christmas Garland, by Anne Perry

Angels at the Table, by Debbie Macomber

Iced, by Karen Marie Moning

The Twelve, by Justin Cronin

The Lawgiver, by Herman Wouk

NYPD Red, by James Patterson and Marshall Karp

A Dangerous Inheritance, by Alison Weir

Say You’re Sorry, by Michael Robotham

Goldberg Variations, by Susan Isaacs

Where to start?  If you're looking to start getting into the holiday spirit on the early side, definitely snap up Anne Perry's A Christmas Garland or Debbie Macomber's Angels at the Table.  If you're looking for something creepy to go with the changing seasons, you might consider Justin Cronin's second installment in his trilogy, following The Passage.  Finally, if you're a history buff, I cannot recommend Alison Weir enough!

See you next week, and until then, happy reading!

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