Another tall stack of books in this week’s STS, some of which look even more interesting than usual. (Not that all books don’t inherently generate at least a tiny bit of interest!) I think the most interesting cover in this bunch probably goes to Legends & Lattes if only in the sense of “who woulda thunk it?” The book I’m most looking forward to, again, not that I’m not looking forward to all of them eventually, but looking forward to immediately as in I’m reading it this weekend, is Kiss Hard by Nalini Singh. I’ve found her Psy-Changeling series interesting but I’ve kind of lost steam with it – or possibly vice versa – with the last couple of entries. But I love her contemporaries – possibly because they’re both excellent and relatively rare. (Rock Hard, which is a precursor to the Hard Play series, is still a big favorite.) And in the “big shoes to fill” category there’s Dead Man’s Hand by James J. Butcher whose urban fantasy protagonist Grimshaw Griswald Grimsby is going to have to live up to – or perhaps that’s down to – the reputation of Harry Dresden every bit as much as son James J. will be compared to his dad Jim Butcher.
Aftermath by LeVar Burton
Base Notes by Lara Elena Donnelly
The Book of Sand by Theo Clare AKA Mo Hayder
Dead Man’s Hand (Unorthodox Chronicles #1) by James J. Butcher
Four Treasures of the Sky by Jenny Tinghui Zhang
Front Page Murder (Homefront News #1) by Joyce St. Anthony
Her Name is Knight (Nena Knight #1) by Yasmin Angoe
Holy Terror by Cherie Priest
Hooked by A.C. Wise
Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Raybourn
Kiss Hard (Hard Play #4) by Nalini Singh
Legends & Lattes by Travis Baldree
Less is Lost by Andrew Sean Greer
The Lunar Housewife by Caroline Woods
The Maker of Swans by Paraic O’Donnell
Midnight Hour by Abby L. Vandiver
The Moonday Letters by Emmi Itäranta
Nobody But Us by Laure Van Rensburg
One-Shot Harry by Gary Phillips
A Proposal They Can’t Refuse (Vega Family Love Stories #1) by Natalie Caña
The Reunion by Meghan Quinn
The Serpent in Heaven (Gunnie Rose #4) by Charlaine Harris
The Shadow of the Empire (Judge Dee #1) by Qiu Xiaolong
They Can’t Take Your Name by Robert Justice
They Come at Knight (Nena Knight #2) by Yasmin Angoe
Borrowed from the Library:
Forging a Nightmare by Patricia A. Jackson
Just Haven’t Met You Yet by Sophie Cousens
The Postmistress of Paris by Meg Waite Clayton
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10 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (494)”
So many books! I’m going to check some of them out further but I just added Nobody But Us and They Can’t Take Your Name to my TBR wishlist. And I didn’t know LeVar Burton wrote books! My kids grew up on Reading Rainbow and even used to call this man “Reading Rainbow”, thinking this was his real name.
Have a good week ahead.
Mia @ My Genre Books and Me recently posted..What My Week Looked Like- 4/30/22
I’m REALLY curious about Levar Burton’s book too! He’s getting a lifetime Emmy this year so hopefully other people will be curious as well.
Marlene Harris recently posted..Stacking the Shelves (494)
Wow this is a lot of books – and so many great ones! I hope that you enjoy them all!
Jodie recently posted..Stacking the Shelves #3 – Gratitude
So many good looking books here. One shot Harry looks so noir. The Homefront mystery looks good too. Moonday has me super curious!!!
Greg recently posted..Sunday Post #450
Some interesting books there! I know what you mean by looking forward to some more than others!
Have a great weekend!
Emily @ Budget Tales Book Blog
Another nice mix of books. I hope you enjoy them all!
Cindy Davis recently posted..Stacking the Shelves #20, Sunday Post #17, Sunday Salon #12
You should enjoy Front Page Fatality. I haven’t read that book, but I read another series by that author and enjoyed it.
Mark recently posted..May 1st’s Sunday/Monday Post
Make that Front Page Murder. 🙂
so many great looking books
sherry fundin recently posted..Sherry’s Shelves 4.24 – 4.30.22
Wow, that’s quite a haul! Legends and Lattes has crossed my radar several times in the last few weeks; I’ll have to check it out. And I had no idea that LeVar Burton had written a book, so thank you for bringing that one to my attention. It doesn’t look like my sort of book (I’m trying to avoid doom-and-destruction these days, for obvious reasons), but I have a few family members who might enjoy it.
Enjoy your books, and have a great week!
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