Feb 12, 2017

Sunday Salon: Reading for Rainy Winters

The author of How To Eat a Cupcake, Meg Donohue, has written a new romance/mystery titled Every Wild Heart, March 14, 2017, an uncorrected proof received thanks to William Morrow Books.
The novel is described as a "mystery, a love story, and a mother-daughter tale about two women on a precarious journey to uncover their true selves." These are themes I enjoy reading, so I'm looking forward to this read.

Even though I enjoy the first half of cozies and like the setting and characters and the murder mystery in each, I don't always finish to the very end. But I'll probably keep reading lots of cozies this way!

Here are some new ones coming up:
The Silence of the Flans
Gone With the Twins
Cold Pressed Murder
This one I have to read through and through, as I promised myself, having not picked up one of these in the Murder, She Wrote series for a while.

Design For Murder by Jessica Fletcher, 2017, NAL
Description: "Jessica Fletcher visits New York City during fashion week, only to discover someone has rather fatal designs..."

New books I crave but don't have....yet:

The Refugees, a collection of stories by Viet Thanh Nguyen, winner of the 2016 Pulitzer for The Sympathizer.

Music of the Ghosts by Vaddey Ratner, April 11, 2017, Touchstone. Ratner is the author of the novel on a family's escape from the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, In the Shadow of the Banyan.

What are you reading and what books do you wish for this week?
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  1. I like the look of Every Wild Heart. I hope you enjoy it!

  2. My husband's friend gave me a Murder She Wrote book for Christmas one year. It isn't really my thing, but I hope you enjoy the books that you got this week!

    SP & STS
    Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

  3. I loved How to Eat a Cupcake, so Every Wild Heart is on my list now.

    Love the titles of the cozies...The Silence of the Flans? LOL.

    Enjoy...and here are MY WEEKLY UPDATES

  4. Harvee, I hope you enjoy reading Every Wild Heart. It sounds like a very engaging story! I am reading a funny novel,Artichoke's Heart (slowly but surely), and also a terrific cartoon collection, Stranger Than Life. Have a relaxing Sunday.

  5. All your cozies look really good! I've enjoyed a few series by Laura Bradford and I've been really wanting to read Kylie Logan. Hope you enjoy them and have a great week!

  6. I do like a good cozy now and then. :)

  7. I have some of those cozies too ... don't they look fun!

  8. I'm happily reading several books right now, but I can't wait for Lincoln in the Bardo.


  9. I'm looking forward to Every Wild Heart!

  10. I haven't read a cozy in a while but think they're fun. I want Every Wild Heart.

  11. I can't leave a book half read! I have to finish. Lots of the books ahead looks good. Come see my week here. Happy reading!

  12. Meg Donohue's book sounds interesting.

  13. Every Wild Heart looks so good.

    Cute cozies too.

    I have been watching Murder She Wrote on Hallmark. :)

    Have a wonderful reading week.

    Silver's Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

  14. I've seen Every Wild Heart around a bit. Hope you enjoy it.
    Those cozies look like fun.
    Happy Reading!


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