Here are some spring author and book recommendations for you to enjoy!
Jane Harper is the author of The Dry, Force of Nature, and Exiles, which are all great mystery novels set in
Australia with captivating characters and storylines. It's best to read them in order to follow the main character, who is simply fabulous!
If you're looking for a humorous and insightful read, check out Ms Demeanor by Elinor Lipman. It's a very current book that will make you laugh out loud.
Richard Osman has written an excellent series, including The Thursday Murder Club, The Man Who Died Twice, and The Bullet That Missed. The writing is both poignant and hilarious, and the books are set in a retirement home with some of the most charming literary characters you'll ever meet.
Celeste Ng is the author of Our Missing Hearts, an amazing story set in the near future that's incredibly relevant to today's world. As always, Ng's writing is beautifully crafted.
Finally, Jacqueline Holland's The God of Endings is an outstanding book with an incredible storyline. It's the first vampire book I've ever read, and I highly recommend it to anyone who's open to the genre.
I hope you enjoy each moment of reading these books. Happy reading! ~Chris F.
"Agents Savich and Sherlock are back in the latest installment in Catherine Coulter's #1 New York Times bestselling FBI Thriller series, and this time both are enlisted to help women with traumatic pasts who are in mortal danger." - Amazon
This was a fast paced book that we read using Audible. It was interesting and quite gripping with humor woven in! We were reluctant to stop it at our destinations and anxious to get back to the story whenever we could. The characters were believable. It is always nice to read a book where the main characters seem more like old friends. When new characters are introduced we know we will see them in future Catherine Coulter FBI series books.
A 9 book series concerning an English detective…author is Peter Grainger…the first book is An Accidental Death…and Max recommends that they be read in order!!!?
The Thursday Murder Club, followed by The Man Who Died Twice…by Richard Osman.
4 friends at a retirement home…who all led amazing lives…decide to solve crimes!
The books are funny, poignant, heartwarming, intelligent, very interesting reads!!!?
Chris highly recommends!
West With Giraffes…by Lynda Rutledge…an amazing story of a pair of giraffes being transported from NYC to the San Diego zoo in the late 1930’s…historical fiction based on fact…who knew?? The characters are amazing and I am now in love with giraffes!!?
The Sentence…by Louise Erdrich…incredible story told by this incredible Native author…one year in the life of many Indigenous people, along with some hauntings…beautifully written.?