New Releases for September

It’s been quite a while since I did one of these posts but wanted to share a bit of the new releases which have caught my eye. Thanks to Netgalleyร‚ย and the publishers for the review copies.

The Guest House by Robin Morgan-Bentley. Jamie and Victoria are off for a last quick vacation before the arrival of their first baby. They go to a remote country guesthouse where all seems wonderful until the next day. This might be the perfect choice for spooky season right?

The Means by Amy Fusselman. Shelly Means, a wealthy stay-at-home mom and disgraced former PTA president, is poised to get the one thing in life she really wants: a beach house in the Hamptons. Getting the house will be anything but simple.

The House in the Orchard by Elizabeth Brooks. When a World War II widow inherits a dilapidated English estate, she uncovers a diary written by an adolescent girl named Maude Gower. Looking for answers, she begins reading, only to unravel more questions about the mysterious past and many secrets hidden deep within the walls of Orchard House. I love any story that features a diary or letters.

The Best Friend by Jessica Fellows. Ella and Kate. Kate and Bella. From childhood they were bosom friends, Bella sensible and cautious, Kate gregarious and just a little dangerous. A story of toxic friendship between two kindred spirits.

The Most Likely Club by Elyssa Friedland. In 1997, grunge is king, Titanic is a blockbuster (and Blockbuster still exists), and Thursday nights are for Friends. Four best friends and high school seniors are ready to light the world on fire. Their yearbook superlatives confirm it: Most Likely to Win the White House, Cure Cancer, Open a Michelin-Starred Restaurant, and Join the Forbes 400.Fast forward twenty-five years and nothing has gone according to plan.

Because I Could Not Stop for Death by Amanda Flower. Emily Dickinson and her housemaid, Willa Noble, realize there is nothing poetic about murder in this first book in an all-new series. I tend not to like mystery series which take real-life people as the main characters but I love Emily Dickinson’s poetry so I couldn’t resist this one.

What do you think? Is there a title that interests you the most?

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