Hello again! And welcome to another week of Want It Wednesday, where I spotlight a few of the new book releases for this week.
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We’ve got a bunch of great sounding releases this week, from mysteries to contemporary feel-good fiction, to nonfiction, there’s a lot here!
The Dog I Loved by Susan Wilson
I’m a fan of Susan Wilson’s books! I’ve read One Good Dog, and also Two Good Dogs. I’m not sure if this book follows along with those same characters, but it’s sure to be a heartwarming tale for dog lovers!
Lethal Pursuit by Will Thomas (Barker & Llewelyn #11)
I’m a huge fan of this historical mystery series set in 1890s London! I’ve reviewed a few entries in this series so far, and I’m looking forward to reading this book. I can’t wait to see what Barker and Llewelyn are up to in this one!
The Body on the Train by Frances Brody (Kate Shackleton #11)
Well, this sounds like such a fun mystery series! This entry is set in London in 1929, and is advertised as for fans of Rhys Bowen and Jacqueline Winspear. I enjoy both of those authors, so this series sounds like one I’d really enjoy! And I love the cover!
An Irish Country Family by Patrick Taylor (Irish Country #14)
Goodness! We’re up to number fourteen in this series?? I am so behind! I know I’ve read the first book, An Irish Country Doctor, but I’m not sure if I’ve read any of the others? Guess I need to get back into this series before I get even further behind!
Citizen 865 by Debbie Cenziper
This nonfiction read sounds particularly chilling, as it sounds like it’s an account of Nazi hunters searching for SS soldiers who tried to hide in the US after WWII. I’m not sure I’ll be buying this one anytime soon, but it does sound fascinating!
Memories and Murder by Lynn Cahoon (Tourist Trap Mystery #10)
Cozy mystery time! I haven’t read any in this series yet, but it sounds like fun! Who doesn’t love a tourist trap?
Love Is A Rebellious Bird by Elayne Klasson
Now this one sounds a bit different. A little more philosophical, about love and relationships, but I’d like to see some reviews before making a purchase of this one. It does sound very interesting!
There you have it, some titles that have been released this week! For me, my have to read, want it right now release this week is Lethal Pursuit!