04 April 2009

Weekly Discoveries (April 4)

What's New in My House?

Not Becoming My Mother by Ruth Reichl
The Monsters of Templeton by Lauren Croff
The Glenn Miller Conspiracy by Hunton Downs
Every Last Cuckoo by Kate Maloy
The Chocolate Run by Dorothy Kogmson
Laura Rider's Masterpiece by Jane Hamilton
The Housekeeper and the Professor by Yoko Ogawa
The Way Home by George Pelecanos
The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane by Katherine Howe

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Here are some books that caught my eye this week. All are from review journals or newspapers. Some I may actually read, others will languish on the wish list.

Available Now

The Kind One by Tom Epperson (mob)
The Manual of Detection by Jedidiah Berry (noir detective)
A Whisper to the Blood by Dana Stabenow (16th in Kate Shugak mystery series)
Wishful Drinking by Carrie Fisher (Autobiography)
September Sisters by Jillian Cantor (now in audio)
A Daughter's Love by John Guy (biography, Thomas More's daughter)

Out in May

Brimstone by Robert B. Parker (3rd in Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch series)
Choral Society by Prue Leith (contemporary fiction, women)
Hunt at the Well of Eternity by Gabriel Hunt (fiction, U.S. Civil War)
Eleanor of Aquitaine by Ralph V. Turner (nonfiction)
Paul Newman: A Life by Shawn Levy (biography)
Language of Bees by Laurie R. King (audio)

Out in June

The Dark Horse by Craig Johnson (5th in Walt Longmire series)

Award-Winning Audio

Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson
The Return of the Dancing Master by Henning Mankell (Swedish police procedural)
Stalking Susan by Juile Kramer (mystery)
Jesus out to Sea by James Lee Burke (2 short stories of post-Katrina New Orleans)
The Help by Kathryn Stockett (1962 Jackson, Mississippi)


John Baird 4/4/09, 10:05 AM  

The Glenn Miller Conspiracy -- What a great title! I'll have to check that out.

Book Psmith 4/4/09, 11:39 AM  

A new Ruth Reichl...yea! It is getting harder and harder to keep my promise not to buy new books when there are so many good ones coming out.

Margot 4/4/09, 4:10 PM  

A couple of yours got my attention: Is this a new Ruth Reichl? I'll read anything by her. And the Walt Longmire character I love. I only have one so I'll have to catch up. Looks like you had a great book week.

Penny (aka Yooperchick) 4/4/09, 11:20 PM  

Oooh! A new book on Eleanor of Aquitaine...she's my fave woman in history. Now I'll have to check it out! Thanks!

Ladytink_534 4/4/09, 11:55 PM  

Enjoy your new reads! Love some of these titles :)

Alabama Book Worm 4/6/09, 12:03 AM  

"Monsters of Templeton" was really good and totally surprises you at the end.

Royce Van Allen 4/6/09, 9:06 AM  

The Glenn Miller Conspiracy by Hunton Downs

Mimdless crap.

farmlanebooks 4/6/09, 4:34 PM  

I'm interested to hear your opinions on The Monsters of Templeton - I read it a few months ago, and enjoyed it, although it did have a few drawbacks - well worth reading though.

The Housekeeper and the Professor is on my mental wishlist - will your review persuade me to buy a copy now?

I'm looking forward to reading your opinions!

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