A new week has begun and here’s what I am reading.

  “The greatest gift is the passion for reading.
It is cheap, it consoles, it distracts, it excites, it gives you knowledge of the world and experience of a wide kind.
It is a moral illumination.”

― Elizabeth Hardwick @PrestonandChild @JillSatopoloAuthor @KellyArmstrongAuthor @katherineardenauthor @christinamac79 @lisa.gornick.5 @EdelweissbyAbovetheTreeline @NetGalley @chesapeakepubliclibrary @absltmom

  Starting off a new week with some really good looking books!

Verses for the Dead (Pendergast, #18)

I have it on good authority (aka my husband) that this one is really good. Who can pass up a chance to read Preston and Child book where once again the mysterious Agent Pendergast is within our midst? Added to the fun, is that Agent Pendergast has a new partner, one very strange FBI agent named Coldmoon. This should be interesting!

More Than Words

A world falls apart as a daughter learns some unpleasant truths about both her father and her boyfriend. A third man enters the fray, the daughter’s charismatic and handsome boss, and he may upend her world even more. I will be reading this one with my book buddy, Jan.

Watcher in the Woods (Rockton, #4)

I have read the previous three books in this series. I am anxious to see where Ms Armstrong takes us next as we delve into further goings on in the hidden town of Rockton.

The Bear and the Nightingale (Winternight Trilogy, #1)

I am not much of a fantasy reader, but since I have heard some really good things about this book, I am branching out. Seems like the perfect time to read about Frost, a blue eyed winter demon whose mission it is to claim unsuspecting souls. …and that cover is so gorgeous….

The Night Olivia Fell

I have begun this one, so I am carrying this book over from last week. Just recently in the news was a story of a woman who was brain dead cared for in a nursing home who gave birth to a child. In this book, a child falls off a bridge, is declared brain dead, but will be kept alive to save the child she is carrying. Was this fall an accident or are there more things going on that caused this terrible tragedy?

The Peacock Feast

I very much enjoy family dramas and this one that spans the twentieth century and three continents sounds perfect to me. So hopng this book is as beautiful as its cover.

Hoping I get to all of these books. They are definitely an assorted group of reads!

Have a super week dear book friends!

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