A Book Is Born - February 2019

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1Carol420
Edited: Jan 25, 2019, 12:18pm



Something Sweet to Warm Your Hearts

A BOOK IS BORN – FEBRUARY 2019


Connections in Death by J.D. Robb
In Death Series Book #48 – February 5
For: Carol & ColinMichaelFelix


The Wedding Guest by Jonathon Kellerman
Alex Delaware series Book #34 – February 5
For: Carol, Brenda & ColinMichaelFelix


The Overnight Kidnapper by Andrea Camilleri
Inspector Montalbano series Book # 24 – February 5
For: Sergei & Andrew


The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff – February 5
For: Andrew

February 7

Dead Man's Lane by Kate Ellis
Wesley Peterson series Book #23 –February 7
For: Carol, Sergei, Andrew & Lynda


Cold As the Grave by James Oswald (Audio only)
Inspector MacLean series Book #9 – February 7
For: Carol, Eadie, Sergei & Andrew & Lynda

February 18

The Chef by James Patterson & Max DiLillo – February 18
For: ColinMichaelFilix

February 19

Never Tell by Lisa Gardner
D.D. Warren series Book #10 – February 19
For: ColinMichaelFelix & Lynda


The Moon Sister by Lucinda Riley
Seven Sisters Series Book #5 – February 19
For: Andrew & ColinMichaelFelix

February 20

Death of An Honest Man by M.C. Beaton
For: Sergei & Andrew

February 26

Why Kill the Innocent by C.S. Harris – (Paperback only)
Sebastian Ste Cyr series Book 13 – February 26
For: Eadie, Sergei, Andrew, Carol, Lynda, Brenda


The Stars Below by David Baldacci
Jane Vega series Book #4 –February 26
For: Carol, Eadie, Andrew, Sergei, Lynda, & ColinMichaelFelix



SWEET STUFF FOR EVERYONE

February 1
Omega Canyon by Dan Simmons – February 1

The Killer Collective by Barry Eisler
John Rain Series Book #10 – February 1

February 5
The Black Ascot by Charles Todd
Ian Rutledge series Book # 21 – February 5

Watcher in The Woods by Kelley Armstrong
Casey Duncan series Book #4 – February 5

I Invited Her In by Adele Parks – February 5

February 12
Say You’re Sorry by Karen Rose
Sacramento series Book #1 – February 12

The Victory Garden by Rhys Bpwen (Historical) – February 12

February 19
The Next to Die by Sophie Hannah – February 19

February 26
Chocolate Crème Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke (Cozy)
Hannah Swensen series Book #24 – February 26

Backlash by Lisa Jackson – February 26

The Buried Girl by Richard Montanari
Jessica Balzano & Kevin Bryne series Book #10 – February 26

Dead Winter by Annelise Ryan
Mattie Winston series Book #10 – February 26

2Sergeirocks
Jan 26, 2019, 7:41am

Wow, I'm spoilt for choice this month, :)

3Carol420
Jan 26, 2019, 7:55am

>2 Sergeirocks: You will just have to either throw darts...close your eyes and pick one...or just give up and read all of them:)

4Sergeirocks
Jan 26, 2019, 8:35pm

>4 Sergeirocks: The last option sounds good to me, :D

5Andrew-theQM
Feb 2, 2019, 5:43pm

Andrea Camilleri, James Oswald, Pam Jenoff, Kate Ellis, Lucinda Riley, M C Beaton, C S Harris, David Baldacci - what a great month. Only problem. I can’t read fast enough! 😂

6Andrew-theQM
Feb 2, 2019, 5:50pm

Also in the U.K. we have the new Ruth Galloway book published, by Elly Griifths, and the next David Hunter book, The Scent of Death - no touchstone yet.

I’m also enjoying the little known DCI Ryan Series, set in the North East of England, and book 11 is published in the U.K. on 10th February. Do recommend this series. The Infirmary. - no touchstone again so here is the author page. L J Ross

7Carol420
Feb 2, 2019, 6:12pm

>6 Andrew-theQM: You'll have to hire a professional reader to follow you around. I'll negotiate for the job for an all expenses paid trip to England:)

8Andrew-theQM
Feb 2, 2019, 6:14pm

<7 We have similar tastes so that would work. 🤣

9ColinMichaelFelix
Feb 2, 2019, 7:07pm

>1 Carol420: The Baldacci and the Patterson are not for me, but you got the other ones perfectly

10Carol420
Edited: Feb 3, 2019, 7:43am

>9 ColinMichaelFelix: You know the one thing I forgot to ask when I asked for a list of favorite authors was if the ones like Baldacci and Patterson & Cussler.... to name a few...that write so many different series.... were favorites for ALL their series or just certain ones. Since Patterson & Cussler especially.... have a new book almost every month...if you could tell me which series of theirs you like and I will only list them for you when a book in that particular series comes out.

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