Sunday, July 1, 2012

Fiction July 2012: Big reads are here


Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness Viking, 592p
The sequel to Discovery of Witches takes place in Elizabethan London where reluctant witch Diana is tutored in magic and Matthew confronts his past.

The After Wife by Gigi Levangie Grazer Ballantine, 288p
Light-hearted story about a recent widow and the quirky and otherworldly support group

Some Kind of Fairy Taleby Graham Joyce Doubleday, 352p
Fantasy with mystery thread about a 16 year old girl who disappears from her English village and then reappears, unchanged, twenty years later

Where We Belong by Emily Giffin St. Martin’s, 384p
The ideal life of a thirtysomething man is interrupted when an 18 year-old girls drops into it

The Next Best Thingby Jennifer Weiner Atria: S. & S., 416p
A woman has a sitcom accepted in Hollywood but then all her dreams come crashing down

Creole Belle: A Dave Robicheaux Novelby James Lee Burke S. & S., 480p
An atmospheric southern thriller--Robicheaux hasn’t fully recovered from the injuries he received in his last investigation when a mysterious visitor leads him to the next one.

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