Coming soon to BOOK SNAPS …

Check out these titles coming soon to BOOK SNAPS.
  • The Latecomer by Jean Hanff Korelitz (2022) Macmillan. Contemporary fiction.
    • The publisher says: The latecomer is a layered and immersive literary novel about three siblings, desperate to escape one another, and the upending of their family by the late arrival of a fourth.
  • Horse by Geraldine Brooks (2022) Hachette. Historical fiction.
    • The publisher says: From the Pulitzer Prize winning author of March and People of the Book comes a vivid and unique new novel for lovers of sweeping historical fiction and books about iconic racehorses like Seabiscuit and Secretariat
  • Cities of the Plain by Cormac McCarthy (1998) Audible
    • The publisher says: Two men marked by the boyhood adventures of All the Pretty Horses and The Crossing now stand together to confront a country changing beyond recognition.
  • The Two Faces of January by Patricia Highsmith (1964) Grove Atlantic. Psychological thriller.
    • The publisher says: The Two Faces of January is a chilling tale of suspense, suffused with her trademark slow, creeping unease.
  • The Language of Food by Annabel Abbs (2022) Simon and Schuster Historical fiction.
    • The publisher says: The Language of Food by Annabel Abbs is the most thought-provoking and page-turning historical novel you’ll read this year
  • The Bees by Laline Paull (2014) Harper Collins. Dystopian fiction.
    • The publisher says: The latecomer is a layered and immersive literary novel about three siblings, desperate to escape one another, and the upending of their family by the late arrival of a fourth.
  • The Two Lives of Lydia Bird by Josie Silver. (2020) Penguin. Contemporary romance.
    • The publisher says: The unputdownable and gorgeously romantic new love story from the Sunday Times bestseller
  • Murder at the Dunwich Asylum by Karen Thurecht (2020) Shawline Publishing Group. Historical fiction. Murder mystery.
    • The publisher says: In order to reach the truth about the murders, they have to uncover the asylum’s darkest secrets…
  • This Wild, Wild Country by Inga Vesper (2022) Bonnier Publishing. Historical fiction.
    • The publisher says: An isolated town. A decades-old mystery. They hate me down there, in Boldville. I can read it in their eyes, smell it on their noxious breaths. That dreaded little town hates everything about me: not just my personality and form, the clothes I wear, but the way I think. The things that I know.
  • Five Bush Weddings by Claire Fletcher (2022) Penguin. Contemporary fiction.
    • The publisher says: As a photographer, Stevie’s been to enough bush weddings to last a lifetime. When’s it going to be all about her?

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