Week of 11 Feb 2018
Judgment Road (Torpedo Ink)
udgment Road is the first book in Christine Feehan’s new series, Torpedo Ink, it has steamy romance, action, funny moments, and amazing characters. If you’re a fan of Feehan, you will love this book, and if you’re new to Feehan’s books I recommend you read Judgment Road, you’ll love it
Open Book Society

Judgment Road

by Christine Feehan

Fall from Grace: A Novel

No Critic Review

Fall from Grace

by Danielle Steel

Little Fires Everywhere
With her second novel, Ng further proves she’s a sensitive, insightful writer with a striking ability to illuminate life in America.

Little Fires Everywhere

by Celeste Ng

Before We Were Yours: A Novel
Wingate sheds light on a shameful true story of child exploitation but is less successful in engaging readers in her fictional characters' lives.

Before We Were Yours

by Lisa Wingate

About That Kiss: A Heartbreaker Bay Novel
The suspense is true to form for Shalvis; just enough to keep the tension steady, but the nature of the crime (and subsequent contact) is very quirky.

About That Kiss

by Jill Shalvis

The Sun and Her Flowers

No Critic Review

The Sun and Her Flowers

by Rupi Kaur

Sisters Like Us (Mischief Bay)
Mallery’s fans will no doubt love the chance to revisit Mischief Bay. An emotional and humorous look at the bonds between the women in an endearingly flawed family.

Sisters Like Us

by Susan Mallery

Need to Know: A Novel
If you don't expect a deeply thoughtful thriller, you’ll get carried away by the action enough to enjoy it.

Need to Know

by Karen Cleveland

The Woman in the Window: A Novel
Crackling with tension, and the sound of pages turning, as twist after twist sweeps away each hypothesis you come up with about what happened in Anna’s past and what fresh hell is unfolding now.

The Woman in the Window

by A. J. Finn

The Wife Between Us: A Novel
One of the subplots, the one about the bad thing in Florida, was fresher than the main plot—maybe Hendricks and Pekkanen should have written a whole book about that. Easy to read, smoothly put together. A good airport book.

The Wife Between Us

by Greer Hendricks

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


by Dan Brown

Ready Player One
...sweet, self-deprecating Wade, whose universe is an odd mix of the real past and the virtual present, is the perfect lovable/unlikely hero.
Publishers Weekly

Ready Player One

by Ernest Cline

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

City of Endless Night (Agent Pendergast series)
One of the best in the series—tense and tightly wound, with death relentlessly circling, stalking, lurking behind every shadow.

City of Endless Night

by Douglas Preston

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.

milk and honey

by rupi kaur