fiction

Have You Heard About... Hounded

… the two-thousand­-year-old Druid living in Arizona? Atticus O’Sullivan (born Siodhachan O Suileabhain) is the hero of Kevin Hearne’s Hounded*. He survived over twenty centuries by being very smart, fast, and good at magic. He has also been on the run from Aenghus Og, the Celtic god of love who wants Fragarach, Atticus’ magical sword, preferably over Atticus’ dead body.

Have You Heard About... Coastliners

….another riveting novel by the New York Times bestselling author of Chocolat, Joanne Harris? In Coastliners, Madeleine returns to the small French island she grew up on after a ten year absence.

Have You Heard About... Frozen Stiff

…the latest exploits of deputy coroner Mattie Winston?  In Annelise Ryan’s Frozen Stiff*, the murder of an ex-girlfriend of her boyfriend, hunky Steve Hurley, has Mattie up to her eyeballs in intrigue. Did Steve really kill his ex or is he being framed?

Have You Heard About... Trickster: Native American Tales

… coyote, raven, rabbit, and the other Native American tricksters? Trickster: Native American Tales collects a wide variety of stories in graphic novel format. Edited by Matt Dembicki, this book brings together over twenty stories from a variety of Native American traditions.

Have You Heard About... Gone with a Handsomer Man

Michael Lee West’s new killer comedy? In Gone with a Handsomer Man, Teeny Templeton is a wannabe pastry chef from the wrong side of the tracks, and she sometimes has a grammar problem.

Have You Heard About... Kitty’s Greatest Hits

Carrie Vaughn’s vampires and werewolves and bounty hunters (oh, my)? Kitty’s Greatest Hits is a collection of short stories by the author of the series about Kitty the werewolf*. Many of the stories focus on Kitty Norville, Cormac Bennett, and other characters from the series.

Have You Heard About... Devil’s Food Cake Murder

… the delicious Hannah Swensen mysteries? Devil’s Food Cake Murder is the fourteenth in the “Mystery with Recipes” series* by Joanne Fluke.

Have You Heard About... Though Not Dead

…the incredible Alaskan adventures of Kate Shugak? Dana Stabenow’s latest book, Though Not Dead, follows Kate as she searches for answers after the death of Old Sam Dementieff. Old Sam left Kate most of his possessions, including a homestead she never knew he had and a mystery involving his father and a religious icon that used to belong to their tribe.

Have You Heard About... Eyes like Stars

…the enchanted Theatre Illuminata? You can visit it in Eyes like Stars, by Lisa Mantchev. Bertie (Beatrice Shakespeare Smith) grew up in the Theatre Illuminata with no memory of her parents or a life before that magical place.

Syndicate content