This week’s new releases include far future epics, hostage situations, Rhode Island noir, ancient mysteries, geriatric detectives, and Nazi threats. As usual click on the cover image to check for availability…
Library Journal called Caitlin Kiernan “dark fantasy’s most quixotically brilliant writer.” Thanks the crowdsourcing website Kickstarter, Kiernan was able to fund a book trailer for her latest book, The Drowning Girl.
Here is the publisher’s synopsis:
India Morgan Phelps-Imp to her friends-is schizophrenic. She can no longer trust her own mind, because she is convinced that her memories have somehow betrayed her, forcing her to question her very identity.Struggling with her perceptions of reality, Imp must uncover the truth about an encounter with a vicious siren, or a helpless wolf that came to her as a feral girl, or neither of these things but something far, far stranger . . .
Read on to view the book trailer for The Drowning Girl.
Here is this week’s selection of new releases including mysteries, humorous biographies, and Batman. As usual please click on the cover image to check the catalog for availability.
Here are some of this week’s new releases. As usual click on the cover to check the catalog for availability.