Adult Fiction book review

Eagle & Crane by Suzanne Rindell

Originally published in Library Journal, June 2018. Historical fiction fans will delight in this romantic mystery set in World War II California. Louis Thorn and Haruto "Harry" Yamada have grown up as neighbors being civil to one another, despite the Thorn family's claim that the Yamada's stole part of their land. The pair of daredevils… Continue reading Eagle & Crane by Suzanne Rindell

Adult Fiction book review

Crucible by James Rollins

The latest title in the fast-paced adventure/thriller Sigma Force series, Crucible, will be available from William Morrow on January 22, 2019. Well-known skilled Sigma operatives Monk, Gray, Kowalski, Painter, Seichan, Kat, and Lisa are back for another action-packed race against time. The subject matter of artificial intelligence (AI) is both timely and terrifying to readers.… Continue reading Crucible by James Rollins

Adult Fiction book review

The Amazing Adventures of Aaron Broom by A. E. Hotchner

Originally published in School Library Journal. Gr 9 & up - Hotchner's historical fiction, coming-of-age tale set in Depression-era St. Louis will capture readers at the start with a mysterious robbery which creates an uncertain future for the amiable protagonist. Aaron Broom, is street-smart beyond his 12 years, fending for himself with a mother in… Continue reading The Amazing Adventures of Aaron Broom by A. E. Hotchner

Adult Fiction book review · New Adult

Tell Me Lies by Carola Lovering

Originally appeared in Library Journal, May 2018. Since the Unforgivable Thing, Lucy Albright refers to her mother as CJ, refusing to forgive or forget the scandalous act. Readers first meet 25 year old Lucy, who gave up a dream of being a travel journalist, settling as an account executive for an online publication in New… Continue reading Tell Me Lies by Carola Lovering