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New reads for May!

May Reads

Join us as we dive into a world of captivating stories from acclaimed authors such as Harlan Coben, John Grisham, and Nora Roberts. From gripping thrillers to heartwarming romances, May has something for every book lover. Stay tuned as we explore the latest releases and timeless classics that will keep you turning the pages all month long.”

Think Twice (Harlan Coben)

A thriller that follows the story of a woman who learns shocking information about her twin sister, leading her on a dangerous journey to uncover the truth.

The Silence Factory (Bridget Collins)

A novel that explores the consequences of a world where silence is enforced, and the power of voice and rebellion.

The Instruments of Darkness (John Connolly)

A gripping mystery that follows a detective as he unravels a series of dark and disturbing crimes.

Irresponsible Adult (Lucy Dillon)

A heartwarming story about love, family, and second chances, as a woman navigates through the complexities of adulthood and relationships.

Clive Cussler’s The Heist (Jack Du Brul)

An action-packed adventure featuring heists, treasure hunts, and thrilling escapades, following the daring exploits of a group of expert thieves.

Camino Ghosts (John Grisham)

A suspenseful novel set on the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route, where a woman must confront ghosts from her past as she embarks on a journey of discovery.

Nero (Conn Iggulden)

A historical fiction novel that delves into the life and reign of the infamous Roman emperor Nero, exploring the political intrigue and power struggles of ancient Rome.

The Nurses of Eastby End (Anna Jacobs)

A heartwarming tale of friendship and bravery, following a group of nurses as they navigate the challenges of World War II and find strength in each other.

They Thought I was Dead. Sandy’s Story (Peter James)

A thrilling mystery that follows a woman who must fight to clear her name and uncover the truth behind a deadly conspiracy.

You Like it Darker (Stephen King)

A collection of dark and chilling short stories from the master of horror, Stephen King, exploring the depths of human nature and the supernatural.

The Cuckoo (Camilla Lackberg)

A gripping psychological thriller that follows a detective as she investigates a series of murders in a small town, unraveling dark secrets and long-buried truths.

Queen Macbeth (Val McDermid)

A reimagining of the classic Shakespearean tragedy, “Macbeth,” from a feminist perspective, exploring themes of power, ambition, and betrayal.

The Witching Hour (Catriona McPherson)

A mysterious and atmospheric novel that delves into the supernatural, witchcraft, and the occult, set in a small Scottish village.

Hunted (Abir Mukherjee)

A thrilling historical mystery set in 1920s Calcutta, following a detective as he investigates a series of gruesome murders with ties to the political unrest of the time.

The Honeymoon Affair (Sheila O’Flanagan)

A heartwarming romance novel that follows a woman as she navigates the complexities of love, friendship, and betrayal during a luxurious honeymoon trip.

Mind Games (Nora Roberts)

A gripping romantic suspense novel that follows a psychic investigator as she uses her powers to solve a series of baffling murders and protect those she loves.

Traitor (Chris Ryan)

A high-octane thriller that follows an elite soldier as he uncovers a deadly conspiracy within the ranks of the military, leading to a dangerous game of cat and mouse.

Warrior King (Wilbur Smith)

An epic historical adventure set in ancient Egypt, following a warrior king as he battles enemies, navigates political intrigue, and fights for his kingdom.

Table for Two (Amor Towles)

A charming and heartwarming novel that follows the interconnected stories of various characters as they cross paths at a bustling restaurant in New York City.

Mary I: Queen of Sorrows (Alison Weir)

A historical biography that explores the tragic life of Mary I of England, delving into her struggles with power, religion, and her personal demons.

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