Thursday, January 9, 2014

Reading Ahead: February 2014, part 1

Publishers know all about the doldrums of winter, and plan accordingly.  Apparently they also have a really good handle on weather projections, too, because they are providing readers with TONS of new reading material to look forward to this winter.  Good thing, too, because right now it's really too cold to think about doing much other than curling up with a good book (or sleeping under a mountain of quilts).  Don't believe me?  Here's just a small taste of what you have to look forward to next month.

Suspense & Thrillers

Survivor, by Vince Flynn

Private L.A., by James Patterson & Mark Sullivan

The Counterfeit Agent, by Alex Berenson

After I’m Gone, by Laura Lippman

Killer, by Jonathan Kellerman

Do or Die, by Suzanne Brockmann

Without Warning, by David Rosenfelt

I'll be back next week with mysteries, more contemporary fiction, and my picks for some of the front-runners of February's new 

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