New Releases for March

It’s a bit late but we’re still in March so  time here’s a quick roundup on some new advance review copies that I’ve received.  Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for these:

Thirst by Marina Yuszczuk; translated by Heather Cleary. Across two different time periods, two women confront fear, loneliness, mortality, and a haunting yearning that will not let them rest. A breakout, genre-blurring novel from one of the most exciting new voices of Latin America’s feminist Gothic. And, yes, vampires are involved! On sale 3/5/2024.

Finding Sophie by Imran Mahmood. For the last seventeen years, Harry and Zara King’s lives have revolved around their only daughter, Sophie. One day, Sophie leaves the house and doesn’t come home. Six weeks later, the police are no closer to finding her than when they started. But someone knows what happened. On sale 3/5/2024.

One Moment by Becky Hunter. The day Scarlett dies, her hopes and dreams for the future die with her…or so she thinks. Because she’s still here watching. She’d do anything to go back and join the living, especially Evie, her best friend who needs her now more than ever. On sale 3/12/2024.

Jaded by Ela Lee. “Jade isn’t even my real name. Jade began as my Starbucks name, because all children of immigrants have a Starbucks name.” Can I tell you how often I have used a different name at Starbucks or a restaurant waitlist? Really curious about this one. On sale 3/19/2024.

Little Crosses by Sabrina Reeves. A daughter examines her complicated relationship with a charismatic, narcissistic mother who now lives with alcohol-related dementia. I do enjoy books that explore mother-daughter relationship so this one sounds like it will be quite emotional. On sale 3/19/2024.

A Deadly Walk in Devon by Nicholas George. The first in a charming new mystery series set in the English countryside, as a retired San Diego police detective embarks upon group walking tours in England’s most scenic counties… Of course murder ensues. On sale 3/26/2024.

What do you think about these? Any spark your interest?

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