Fall is coming, and so are new books

August 11, 2017 | Lynn

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It is sad to say that summer is coming to an end again. Signs of this include back to school ads everywhere, Halloween candy in the grocery stores and the signs for the Canadian National Exhibition (August 18 - September 4).  However, this is not all sad news as many authors have new books that come out in the fall.  These are some new books from popular authors that are sure to be good reads.

New Mysteries

Sleeping the ground

Sleeping in the Ground

This is book 24 from Canadian author Peter Robinson about Inspector Alan Banks. This series is set in the busy and charged Yorkshire area of England. A body is found in a churchyard, but that is merely the beginning of this lengthy investigation that is anything but straightforward.


I know a secret

I Know A Secret

This the 12th book in the Rizzoli and Isles series and has been adapted into a successful television program. The television program is quite different from the series, but fans of the books may enjoy it anyway. Rizzoli and Isles must solves two murders in two separate locations and somehow determine how they were killed. All the while dealing with personal struggles.


Y is for ...

Y is for ...

This is the penultimate book in Sue Grafton's Kinsey Millhone series. Fans are most likely happy to finally get this next story in the series, and sad that only one remains, Z.


The Store

The Store

James Patterson continues to thrill his readers with high pressure adventures, this time involving an all knowing, ever present store, which may seek revenge to control everything and everyone.


A stranger in the house

A Stranger in the House

From the author of The Couple Next Door comes another thriller between a husband and wife and the question of how well you truly know someone. Stories no longer match up and you begin to question your time spent with your spouse, but who are they really?


The Other Girl

The Other Girl

Some people are known for being good in a crisis and normally Miranda Rader is one of those people, but not with this new crime bringing up memories from 19 years earlier.