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READ IT! Creepy Good! The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon Hoping to convince book club that this should be our next read.
The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon...4 stars...In the hills of West Hall, Vermont something isn't quite right. Dual stories chronicle the lives of Sara Harrison Shea and a young teenager named Ruthie. Nothing is as it seems, and you'll be surprised right up to the last page: reviewed by cee lei.
The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon. “The small Vermont town of West Hall has been the scene of mysterious deaths, disappearances, and ghost sightings. The scattered pages of a turn-of-the-century diary relate the events that lead to a murder and the apparent beginning of all the trouble. Odd and intriguing clues emerge, and the final conclusion is thrilling.”
October 2014 Cove Book Club Pick: The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon! #167, chosen by Cove member Laurie: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0385538499?ie=UTF8&creativeASIN=0385538499&linkCode=xm2&tag=thereadingcov-20
The Winter People - by Jennifer McMahon - mystery and suspense in the town of West Hall and a murder in 1908 that could affect the present day #kobo #eBook
The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon. The Vermont town of West Hall has always been haunted by strange disappearances and ghostly figures in the nearby woods, even into the present day. In this seamless blend of history and horror, a young girl must piece together clues from an old diary and find out who (or what) kidnapped her mother.
On my reading list..secrets, dark choices, and the unbreakable bond between mothers and daughters
Book Review: The Winter People - Jennifer McMahon - S. Krishna's Books (read Dec 2014)
This book was provided by the publisher through Edelweiss in exchange for my review Genre: Thriller Page Count: 336 List Price: $25.95 Print $10.99 Digital Publication Date: February 11, 2014 Publisher: Doubleday My Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars One of the best things about writing reviews for book and blogging is that you come across wonderful new authors that you have not read before. Established author Jennifer McMahon is a perfect example. Although The Winter People is her 7th novel, it is my first by here and I am so excited to find a new author to read. One day 19-year-old Ruthie awakens to find her mother has disappeared. Ruthie lives in an old farmhouse in West Hall, Vermont with her mother Alice and her sister Fawn. The same farmhouse where Sarah Harrison Shea lived in the early 1900s with her husband and daughter Gertie. The same farmhouse where Sarah was found dead just weeks after Gertie is killed in a tragic way. The book begins in 1908 when Sarah sees her first "sleepeer" (a person who has died and is temporarily brought back to life). It continues through her diary which tells about her life, Gertie's death, and the aftermath. Alternate chapters tell the story of Ruthie and her sister, and the search for their missing mother. Telling the stories by alternating them can be confusing at times, but it this case Jennifer McMahon does an excellent job of weaving the two stories together seamlessly. The excellent narrative hooked me from the beginning and my curiosity to see what would happen next kept me going. Although it was not apparent how the two stories connected in the beginning, this was not a problem at all. Each story was compelling and filled with just the right amount of suspense. In addition, the characters in the story were easy for me to become invested in, which also pulled me in quickly. In addition to the main characters, there were several other characters who caught my interest, including Sarah's magical "Auntie" and the wife of a photographer who disappeared while researching Sarah's life. Add to all this the inclusion of the ghostly as well as other supernatural elements that took the story to a seriously creepy level. You know, the feeling you get when someone tells a really great ghost story after dark in the summer. It certainly made me shiver several times, and not just because the story took place during a snow storm. As I said above, this is the first of Jennifer McMahon's books that I have read. What I didn't say is that I have several others that I have never gotten a chance to read. That will be remedied soon. If you have never read anything by Jennifer McMahon, I recommend that you seek out her work, and The Winter People is a great place to start. I am anticipating that the rest of her books are filled with the same excellent narrative, characters, and other elements as this one.
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Jess Reads Your Favorite Books – Review: The Girl Who Chased the Moon by Sarah Addison Allen - 4 out of 5 Stars!
This was probably my second favorite of Sarah Addison Allen's books but it truly is extremely hard to choose! But this book just made me so incredibly happy! Please read it, you'll thank me that you did!
The Girl Who Chased the Moon by Sarah Addison Allen. While Garden Spells is still my favorite of all Allen's books, The Girl Who Chased the Moon is a close second. The magic in this story is palpable and so very very real.
As a Southern girl, The Girl Who Chased the Moon just makes me happy. It's Charming with a capital C. In fact, all the Sarah Addison Allen books make me feel that way. Her stories about the magical little town of Mullaby, North Carolina, are sweet and funny and have a twist or two... good enough, I've started collecting all her books. Fun to read, this one's a keeper. ~~ Houston Foodlovers Book Club
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I love all of Sara Addison Allens books... but this one is probably my favorite.
A little southern magic. I enjoy all of Sarah Addison Allen's books.
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need to add to my reading list The Day She Died by Catriona McPherson (May 2014) Billed as a "tour de force, a creepy psychological thriller that will leave you breathless" by the toughest critics in the business.
The Day She Died by Catriona McPherson Billed as a "tour de force, a creepy psychological thriller. I need to add this one to my kindle.
Jessie Constable has learned the hard way to always keep herself safe. But meeting Gus King changes everything. Before she knows it, Jessie is sleeping at Gus's house, babysitting his kids, becoming a part of his family. And yet, she can't ignore the unsettling questions. Who does she keep seeing from the corner of her eye? Why are strange men threatening her? Most importantly, what really happened to Gus's wife?
The Day She Died, Catriona McPherson. Jessie Constable has learned the hard way to always keep herself safe. Meeting Gus King changes everything. Before she knows it, Jessie is sleeping at Gus's house, babysitting his kids, becoming a part of his family. Who does she keep seeing from the corner of her eye? Why are strange men threatening her? Most importantly, what really happened to Gus's wife? An ominous tale that will keep you guessing until the very end.
"That was the day I met Gus, the day I grew a family as if from magic beans, the day she died. That's the point, see? It was the very same day." The Day She Died, Catriona McPherson. Jessie has learned the hard way to always keep herself safe. But meeting Gus changes everything. Before she knows it, Jessie is sleeping at Gus's house, babysitting his kids, becoming part of his family. Who does she see from the corner of her eye? Why are strange men threatening her? What happened to Gus's wife?
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The Day She Died by Catriona McPherson. Creepy psychological thriller.
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North of Nowhere by Liz Kessler FIC KES Rushing to the sleepy seaside village of Porthaven to help her grandmother when her granddad mysteriously vanishes, Mia discovers a diary on an empty fishing boat and begins exchanging notes with a local girl who makes excuses for not meeting Mia in person, adding to an already mystifying situation.
Top New Children's Books on Goodreads, August 2013. To be added to my list. :)
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The Scent of Rain and Lightning
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Ingrid, leader of the Mystery Book Discussion Group at CADL Haslett, recommends this story of revenge and danger.
Great book we read in book club last month. > just saw this pinned by someone and I know the authors son. Thought it was crazy I saw this book on here. May need to read it now :)
One beautiful summer afternoon, from her bedroom window on the second floor, Jody Linder is unnerved to see her three uncles parking their pickups in front of her parents’ house—or what she calls her parents’ house, even though Jay and Laurie Jo Linder have been gone almost all of Jody’s life. “What is this fearsome thing I see?” the young high school English teacher whispers, mimicking Shakespeare. Polished boots, pressed jeans, fresh white shirts, Stetsons—her uncles’ suspiciously clean vis...
The Scent of Rain and Lightning by Nancy Pickard- such an awesome book
Great book we read in book club last month.
Many have said it is an awesome book!
this was an awesome book.
On my to read list
Tuesday Talk and No Pop Quiz....I Promise Do you belong to a book club? One with grown ups. One that does not have more illustrations than words in the books. My first experience with book clubs was intimidating. And scary. I did not know everyone in the club. These girls in the club had Post-It Notes to mark passages. They compared the book to the classics. They used words I only heard in my college English classes. And then, only the professor used those words. I was more worried if there was going to be a pop quiz in the class. I felt like it was "Mad About You" book club moment. If you do not remember the episode, Paul and Jamie picked Moby Dick as the group read. Neither Paul nor Jamie read the book. They ended up watching the Mr. Magoo version of Moby Dick on the VCR. Well, I was invited to join a book club with some teachers at my school two years ago. It is very different. For one, I know everyone in the club. No guilt if you do not read the book. We read one book per month. Everyone has different taste in books, so there is always a variety. And, there is food! We get to go out and eat. And chat. And use normal words to talk about the book. I never worry about a pop quiz. Here are some of my top picks of our book club. They are in random order. Let me know if there is something I should be reading......I love book suggestions. Have a great week, Amy
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The Uninvited - Cat Winters - I love Cat Winters' books -- they are a dream to read. This is such a beautiful, haunting tale. The book and I were pretty much inseparable once I picked it up. Rich, compelling, and wonderfully atmospheric. I've said it before: Whatever this author writes, I want!
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3 out of 5 stars - Reading Between the Wines Book Club - free from Book Club Girls
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Before I Go to Sleep - S. J. Watson ★★★★☆ // A woman wakes up next to a strange man in strange surroundings. The man, who is her husband, gently explains to her that she suffers from amnesia that makes her forget everything when she goes to sleep at night. Every morning she has to go through the same learning process. She begins to keep a secret journal to remind herself of what she is told and begins to suspect that her husband is lying to her and things are not as they seem.
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Before I Go To Sleep... or don't sleep because you MUST know what happens! September 2012 book club book.
Before I Go To Sleep by S.J. Watson If you are looking for a psychological thriller that will have you guessing until the very last page what is happening, then I have the book for you. This is the best thriller that I have read this year and can hardly believe that it is the author’s first book.
Before I Go to Sleep, S. J. Watson. Published '11. Story of a woman who has amnesia every morning after sleep. [fiction, psychological thriller]
Melani - Before I Go To Sleep by S.J. Watson is a psychological thriller that follows Christine, a woman who loses her memory everyday. She has to piece together who she is through her own journal entries...but even these may not be giving her the full story.
Sounds like a good psychological thriller, putting it on my to read list!
"Before I Go to Sleep" by S.J. Watson - on my to-read list
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Now that summer is coming to a close, I can get back to one of my favorite sections of our site and start sharing again our favorite book reviews. I read so many fabulous books this summer and I can’t wait to share a few of those with you.
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"Great book! It had me on the edge of my seat the whole time. Definitely one of the best suspense/mystery thrillers I've read."
Next on my reading list -- been looking for a good suspense/mystery thriller.
Looks like a great suspense book, on my " to be read" list
Playing Dead: a suspense/mystery thriller
Playing Dead - Julia Heaberlin
On my book list to read!
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The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters. The Little Stranger follows the strange adventures of Dr. Faraday. One summer, he is called to a patient at the Ayres family home, where the once grand Georgian house is now in decline. But are the Ayreses haunted by something more ominous than a dying way of life? Little does Dr. Faraday know how closely, and how terrifyingly, their story is about to become entwined with his
The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters. Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award winner and London novelist Sarah Waters presents The Little Stranger, an eerie and thrilling tale set in post-World War II rural Britain. When Dr. Faraday, a Warwickshire physician, pays a visit to the Ayres family at their Hundreds Hall estate, he unknowingly enters a wickedly haunted house. His life soon becomes entwined with a family plagued by a terrifying past.
Dr. Faraday, the son of a maid who has built a life of quiet respectability as a country physician, is called to a patient at lonely Hundreds Hall. Home to the Ayres family for over two centuries, the Georgian house, once impressive and handsome, is now in decline. Its owners--mother, son, and daughter--are struggling to keep pace with a changing society, as well as with conflicts of their own. But are the Ayreses haunted by something more sinister than a dying way of life?
The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters: Waters reflects on the collapse of the British class system after WWII through an eerie haunted house tale. Dr. Faraday is called to Hundreds Hall, home of the upper-class Ayreses, now fallen on hard times. Ostensibly there to treat Roderick Ayres for a war injury, Faraday sees signs of mental decline—first in Roderick and then his mother. Faraday refuses to accept the explanations of those who believe there is a supernatural presence in the house.
The Little Stranger, Sarah Waters. Pinner writes: "A gothic tale at the close of World War II & the onset of the decline of the aristocracy’s hold on British society. Dr. Faraday is called to a patient at lonely Hundreds Hall, the residence of the Ayres family for more than two centuries. Its owners, mother, son and daughter, are struggling to keep pace with a changing society, as well as conflicts of their own. But the Ayreses are haunted by something more sinister than a dying way of life."
One postwar summer in his home of rural Warwickshire, Dr. Faraday, the son of a maid who has built a life of quiet respectability as a country physician, is called to a patient at lonely Hundreds Hall. Home to the Ayres family for over two centuries, the Georgian house, once impressive and handsome, is now in decline, its masonry crumbling, its gardens choked with weeds, the clock in its stable yard permanently fixed at twenty to nine. Its owners—mother, son, and daughter—are struggling to keep
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The Girl on the Train: A Novel: Paula Hawkins: 9781594633669: Amazon.com: Books
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Our book club choice for March is The Girl on the Train, Paula Hawkins' debut (and much talked about) novel full of twists and turns, and characters who are not quite what they seem. http://www.gransnet.com/life-and-style/books/the-girl-on-the-train
The Girl on the Train, a debut psychological thriller from the UK, has roared out of the station to emerge as the first publishing blockbuster of 2015. Released on Jan. 13 and buzzed about as the next Gone Girl, Paula Hawkins' twisty, Hitchcockian novel, told by three unreliable female narrators (one a drunk) and featuring a buried body, is No. 2 on USA TODAY's #BestSelling #Books list.
"The girl on the train" -Paula Hawkins. After reading many mixed reviews and comparisons to "The Gone Girl" I wasn't sure if I wanted to read it or not. Only once I started I couldn't seem to put it down. Incredibly good psycho-thriller! I kind of saw the ending coming, but it didn't stop my heart from racing as it played out. Every character is a total train wreck, but sadly I feel the saddest for Rachel and little Evie Watson over Scott, Megan, Anna, or Todd.
The Girl on the Train - Paula Hawkins Really a good book, would be great for book club
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The Girl on the Train [Paula Hawkins] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Instant #1 New York Times Bestseller “Nothing is more addicting than The Girl on the Train.”— Vanity Fair “ The Girl on the Train has more fun with unreliable narration than any chiller since Gone Girl. . . . [It] is liable to draw a large
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Publisher: Doubleday Canada Format: Trade Paperback Source: Purchased Rating: ★★★★★ Synopsis: Three women, three men, connected through marriage or infidelity. Each is to blame for something. But only one is a killer in this nail-biting, stealthy psychological thriller about human frailty and obsession. Just what goes on in the houses you pass by every day? Rachel takes the same commuter train every morning and evening, rattling over the same junctions, flashing past the same townhouses.The train stops at the same signal every day, and she sees the same couple, breakfasting on their roof terrace. Jason and Jess, as she calls them, seem so happy. Then one day Rachel sees someone new in their garden. Soon after, Rachel sees the woman she calls Jess on the news. Jess has disappeared. Through the ensuing police investigation, Rachel is drawn deeper into the lives of the couple she learns are really Megan and Scott Hipwell. As she befriends Scott, Rachel pieces together what really happened the day Megan disappeared. But when Megan''s body is found, Rachel finds herself the chief suspect in the case. Plunged into a world of betrayals, secrets and deceptions, Rachel must confront the facts about her own past and her own failed marriage. A sinister and twisting story that will keep you guessing at every turn, The Girl on the Train is a high-speed chase for the truth. Review: I made a last minute decision to participate in the Indigo Reads book club. I picked up The Girl on the Train a couple days before the scheduled Twitter chat with the book's author Paula Hawkins. I really could have gotten it the day before and still finished it in time because the book was THAT good. I started it after the kids went to bed and read it through the night. I paid for it in the morning as I went through the day half asleep, but it was worth it! The book is written from the perspectives of three female characters: an alcoholic voyeur, her ex-husband's new wife and a girl who goes missing. What made the story compelling was that I can relate to the premise. I take a commuter train to and from work and I find myself people watching just like Rachel, the girl on the train. The unexpected twists and turns really hook you into the story making you want to solve the mystery of the missing girl. I recommend this book to anyone who's looking for a gripping story full of surprises. If you decide to read it, I recommend doing it on a day when you have nothing else to do because if you end up enjoying it as much as I did, all you'll want to do is keep reading. The Girl on the Train has made its way onto my "Favourite Book" list. During the Twitter chat with Paula Hawkins she disclosed that she was working on "a dark and twisted tale about a relationship between two sisters". That line got me hooked, I can't wait to get my hands on it once it's ready. Have you read the Girl on the Train? What did you think?
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Promise Not to Tell: A Novel: Jennifer McMahon: Part mystery-thriller and part ghost story, McMahon's well-paced debut alternates smoothly between past and present. 41-year-old Kate Cypher, a divorced Seattle school nurse, returns to New Hope, the decaying Vermont hippie commune where she grew up, to visit her elderly mother, Jean, who's suffering from Alzheimer's. Kate has avoided New Hope since the grizzly, unsolved murder of her fifth-grade friend, Del Griswold, 31 years earlier.
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The blogger said she could not put this down the minute she picked it up and read it straight through. next book club book @Jamie Wise Moffett (Daniels), @Style Space & Stuff Blog White and @Hilary S Ledford ?
One of our Pompus Reads staff recently recommended this book, and I have to say it is a must read! Promise Not To Tell, by Jennifer McMahon, is a murder mystery based off two similar murders years apart. Pick up a copy today at Pompus Reads!
Promise Not To Tell by Jennifer McMahon. Forty-one-year-old school nurse Kate Cypher has returned home to rural Vermont to care for her mother who's afflicted with Alzheimer's. On the night she arrives, a young girl is murdered—a horrific crime that eerily mirrors another from Kate's childhood.
Sarah Reads Too Much: "Promise Not To Tell" by Jennifer McMahon. The very night that Kate Cypher has returned home to care for her Alzheimer's afflicted mother, a young girl is horrifically murdered nearby. It is eerily reminiscent of how Kate's secret best friend Del was murdered 30 years ago. They must be somehow connected, but how? Why? Is Kate herself the connection?
I loved this book, it was the first of hers I read and now I always grab Jennifer McMahon books when I see them.
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Book Description Forty-one-year-old school nurse Kate Cypher has returned home to rural Vermont to care for her mother who's afflicted with Alzheimer's. On the night she arrives, a young girl is murdered—a horrific crime that eerily mirrors another from Kate's childhood. Three decades earlier, her dirt-poor friend Del —shunned and derided by classmates as "Potato Girl"—was brutally slain. Del's killer was never found, while the victim has since achieved immortality in local legends and ghost stories. Now, as this new murder investigation draws Kate irresistibly in, her past and present collide in terrifying, unexpected ways. Because nothing is quite what it seems . . . and the grim specters of her youth are far from forgotten. More than just a murder mystery, Jennifer McMahon's extraordinary debut novel, Promise Not to Tell, is a story of friendship and family, devotion and betrayal—tautly written, deeply insightful, beautifully evocative, and utterly unforgettable.
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We Are Water: A Novel: Wally Lamb
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We Are Water: A Novel: Wally Lamb. The latest from the amazing novelist that delves into the dark and painful truths that fester below the surface of modern life.
We Are Water by Wally Lamb I can't wait to read this! 9780061941023: Amazon.com: Books
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A favorite novel of 2013 - WALLY LAMB - WE ARE WATER
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We Are Water has 37,034 ratings and 4,784 reviews. Kimberly said: I am struggling writing this review. In the past I have LOVED Wally Lamb's books so muc...
Second Life: A Novel by S. J. Watson From the New York Times bestselling author of Before I Go to Sleep, a sensational new psychological thriller about a woman with a secret identity that threatens to destroy her.
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Bookshelf Fantasies is participating in the blog tour for the release of Second Life, author S. J. Watson's second novel following the huge hit Before I Go To Sleep. Synopsis: From the New York Times bestselling author of Before I Go to Sleep, a sensational new psychological thriller about a woman with a secret identity that threatens to…
Sharp Objects: A Novel by Gillian Flynn
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Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn. Book club made me branch out and it is dark but I loved the writing.
Gillian Flynn's books are very dark but very cleverly written and keep you guessing to the end.
Sharp Objects: Gillian Flynn: Camille Preaker faces a troubling assignment: she must return to her tiny hometown to cover the murders of two preteen girls. For years, Camille has hardly spoken to her neurotic, hypochondriac mother or to the half-sister she barely knows: a beautiful thirteen-year-old with an eerie grip on the town. Now, installed in her old bedroom in her family's Victorian mansion, Camille finds herself identifying with the young victims—a bit too strongly. Dogged by her own dem
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Well, crap. Now I'm all out of Gillian Flynn books to read.
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The Daughter: A Novel by Jane Shemilt
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The Daughter: A Novel by Jane Shemilt http://www.amazon.com/dp/0062320475/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_S.d6vb0V40JFK. Good book but......the ending was disturbing to me as a mother. You'll have to read it yourself to see if you agree!
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The Daughter: A Novel [Jane Shemilt] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In the tradition of Gillian Flynn, Tana French, and Ruth Rendell, this compelling and clever psychological thriller spins the harrowing tale of a mother’s obsessive search for her missing daughter. Jenny is a successful family doctor
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No One Understands You and What to Do About It: Heidi Grant Halvorson: 9781625274120: Amazon.com: Books
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Her: A Novel by Harriet Lane
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Blame it on the Books: Review: Her by Harriet Lane
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Well, now that we've managed to cover just about every variation on the best of 2014 book list, it seems appropriate to look ahead. A good rummage around the internet found a few different summaries of 2015's hotly anticipated books, but this great list from Canada's *The Globe and Mail* stood out from the crowd. Covering an eclectic mix of novels, essay collections, poetry, children's books, and everything in between, it provides a good round-up of the year ahead. We also appreciated that alongside the Kazuo Ishiguros and Toni Morrisons, there are a number of debut authors and lesser-known Canadian writers. So go ahead and scroll down to add to that TBR pile! [On a technical note, books are listed chronologically from January to July, and with it being so early in the year, there are some books included whose covers haven't been released. Indeed, a number don't yet have ISBNs allocated and thus aren't in the Riffle system, so here are those titles in good old-fashioned text form: * *Visitants* by Dave Eggers * *The Right to be Cold* by Sheila Watt-Cloutier * *Where Did You Sleep Last Night?* by Lynn Crosbie * *Knucklehead* by Matt Lennox] *-Kate Minckler* [@bookyogi](https://twitter.com/bookyogi)
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Kick off 2015 with a brand-new reading list! This month, there are plenty of exciting new titles hitting shelves. For fans of The Bachelor, there's Sean Lowe's new book, and those who love fiction will be happy to hear that January brings new novels from
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