Stacking the Shelves (464)

Not that I’m not looking forward to reading every single book in this stack, sooner or later, but there are a couple I’m way more excited about than the rest. One is The Sacred Bridge, the 25th book in the Leaphorn, Chee and now also Manuelito series by Anne Hillerman, taking over for her late father. I loved the earlier series on audio, way, way back when that still meant actual tapes, and I love them even more now. That the new book generally comes out right around my birthday always makes them a special treat.

And then there’s Crowbones, the third book in Anne Bishop’s World of the Others series, that follows along and kind of next to her Others series that started with Written in Red. There was just something about Written in Red and its sequels, even when it all drove me crazy, and it often did. It was like there was some kind of crack embedded in even the virtual pages. It’s alt-history and paranormal and crackfic all rolled into one delicious ball. I also wasn’t expecting a new book in the series at any particular time, so it’s a treat to see it now – and I’ll probably dive into it WAY ahead of the pub. date because I just can’t resist.

For Review:
Absynthe by Brendan P. Bellecourt
Billy Summers by Stephen King
Bloomsbury Girls by Natalie Jenner
Boss Witch (Fix-It Witches #2) by Ann Aguirre
The City of Dusk (Dark Gods #1) by Tara Sim
Crowbones (World of the Others #3) by Anne Bishop
Dark Things I Adore by Katie Lattari
Forever Home (Dogwood County #2) by Elysia Whisler
Kagen the Damned (Kagen the Damned #1) by Jonathan Maberry
Mr. Dale and the Divorcée (Brazen Beauties #1) by Sophie Barnes
Obsidian by Sarah Daley
The Sacred Bridge (Leaphorn, Chee & Manuelito #25) by Anne Hillerman
The Sorority Murder by Allison Brennan
The Thin Place by C.D. Major
What Moves the Dead by T. Kingfisher
Wild and Wicked Things by Francesca May

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