Want it Wednesday – January 1, 2020

It’s a new beginning for a new year and I’m back with Want It Wednesday where I spotlight the week’s new releases. Hope you all had a lovely holiday!

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There are so many exciting sounding books coming out this year. I can’t wait to share all of the titles with you! Here are some that are releasing this week, lots of mysteries again this week!

***this post contains affiliate links. The links to Amazon are affiliate links which means that if you click the link and make a purchase, then I receive a small commission.***


The Moonshiner’s Daughter by Donna Everhart

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Come Homicide or High Water by Denise Swanson (Welcome Back to Scumble River #3)

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Murder Ink by Lorraine Bartlett with Gayle Leeson (Victoria Square Mystery #6)

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And Dangerous To Know by Darcie Wilde (Rosalind Thorne Mystery #3)

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Dead in Dublin by Catie Murphy (The Dublin Driver Mysteries #1)

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Hems and Homicide by Elizabeth Penney (Apron Shop #1)

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And there are some new releases to get the new year started!

What release are you most looking forward to in 2020?


4 thoughts on “Want it Wednesday – January 1, 2020

    1. It is! The interesting thing about this particular series is that it seems to be a follow-up series to the author’s Scumble River series… I don’t quite know why she started a second series involving the same characters…why not just continue on with the series? Maybe it’s just a re-branding/marketing ploy, but I haven’t caught up with the first series to know what exactly the second series is about. The synopsis mentions all of the same characters, so not sure why!

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