Are you looking for something fresh to add to your “To Be Read” list? Here are a few of the great new releases scheduled for this month. You can always come browse our New Arrivals collection to stay updated on our newest titles. If you are interested in joining the Bestsellers Club or placing holds on any of these items, please let us know.
Museum of Desire by Jonathan Kellerman
In the 35th installment in his series following Alex Delaware, the psychologist partners with Lieutenant Milo Sturgis to solve an elaborate crime. When they answer a call to an empty mansion, they find a limousine with four bodies staged in a horrific scene. The victims seem to have nothing in common, including the method of their murder. Find out if the duo can untangle this mystery when Museum of Desire releases on February 4.
Golden in Death by JD Robb
The 50th book in JD Robb’s series following Eve Dallas comes out on February 4. When a seemingly saintly pediatrician dies after a mysterious golden egg delivered to his house spews out poisonous fumes, Eve must find the mystery sender while the lab tries to identify the mystery toxin. When another victim is killed in the same way, Eve must find the mystery sender before more people die.
Crooked River by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
Reluctantly pulled away from his vacation early to investigate a nearby crime, Agent Pendergast finds he cannot ignore the puzzle presented to him. When dozens of severed feet, wash up on the shore of a Florida island, there is little indication of where in the Atlantic they originated nor the current state of the dismembered victims. Crooked River, the 19th installment in Preston & Child’s bestselling series following Pendergast, arrives February 4.
The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson
The newest title from Erik Larson, the author of some popular nonfiction titles like The Devil in the White City and In the Garden of Beasts, is set to arrive on February 25. Here, Larson takes on another historical event with his retelling of Winston Churchill’s rise to power and the London Blitz. It is both a picture of a fraught historical moment and an intimate imagining of the daily life of Churchill and his family as they are both literally and metaphorically bombarded.