Week of 26 Nov 2017
The Midnight Line: A Jack Reacher Novel
Rack your seat back as far as it’ll go, folks, buckle up, and get ready for another bone-jarring, teeth-rattling truck ride with Jack Reacher. Just remember that he won’t stop until his quest is completed, and you won’t stop reading until the last page is turned.
NY Journal of Books

The Midnight Line

by Lee Child

Origin
Origin is comfortably predictable, it brings back Robert Langdon and his Mickey Mouse watch for another sprawling romp, and it moves the pages pleasantly on those otherwise stressful nights...
NY Journal of Books

Origin

by Dan Brown

Typhoon Fury (The Oregon Files)

No Critic Review

Typhoon Fury

by Clive Cussler

The Sun and Her Flowers

No Critic Review

The Sun and Her Flowers

by Rupi Kaur

The House of Unexpected Sisters: No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency (18) (No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency Series)

No Critic Review

The House of Unexpected Sisters

by Alexander McCall Smith

Evidence of Evil (A Randa Sorel Mystery)

No Critic Review

Evidence of Evil

by Zero

milk and honey
This book is perfect for getting you through any breakup. Some poems hit you with the power of two lines, while others need two pages to sink in.
http://www.dailyuw.com

milk and honey

by rupi kaur

It
Maybe it's finally time to revisit this old haunt, to reassure myself that It is still as sleek, scary and rambunctiously entertaining as I remember.
Guardian


It

by Stephen King

The Rooster Bar
As in all of Grisham’s best books, the reader of “The Rooster Bar” gets good company, a vigorous runaround and — unlike those poor benighted suckers at Foggy Bottom — a bit of a legal education.
NY Times

The Rooster Bar

by John Grisham

Two Kinds of Truth (A Harry Bosch Novel)

No Critic Review

Two Kinds of Truth

by Michael Connelly

Every Breath You Take (An Under Suspicion Novel)
We are privy to the lives of the rich and famous only to discover they have skeletons in their closest the same as ordinary folks. The suspense builds up until the somewhat surprising conclusion.
NY Journal of Books

Every Breath You Take

by Mary Higgins Clark

Someone to Wed (A Westcott Novel)
On an emotional level, I enjoyed reading Someone to Wed more than my grade will reflect. But I had so many intellectual niggles and discomfiting moments
Dear Author

Someone to Wed

by Mary Balogh

The Noel Diary: A Novel (The Noel Collection)
Richard Paul Evans is a marvelous writer and his fans will come away with good vibes after finishing his books.
https://www.rtbookreviews.com

The Noel Diary

by Richard Paul Evans

Deep Freeze (A Virgil Flowers Novel)

No Critic Review

Deep Freeze

by John Sandford

In This Moment: A Novel (The Baxter Family)
At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas.
https://www.rtbookreviews.com

In This Moment

by Karen Kingsbury