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message 1: by Cheryl (new)

Cheryl | 547 comments One of my sources has not sent me the next list, but I have quite a long list. If there are others, I will add them later.

Atherton, Nancy..........Aunt Dimity and the Family Tree
Beaton, M.C..............Death of a Chimney Sweep(Hamish)
Boyd, Noah...............Agent X (The Bricklayer)
Coonts, Deborah..........Lucky Stiff
Fielding, Joy............Now You See Her
Grimes, Martha...........Fadeaway Girl (Emma Graham)
Hayder, Mo...............Gone
Higashino, Keigo.........The Devotion of Suspect X (debut)
Jance, J.A...............Fatal Error (Ali Reynolds)
Marklund, Lisa...........Red Wolf
McDonald, Craig..........One True Sentence
McKevett, G.A............A Decadent Way to Die (Savannah Reid)
Palmer, Michael..........A Heartbeat Away
Parks, Brad..............Eyes of the Innocent
Robb, JD.................Treachery in Death (Eve Dallas)
Rosenfelt, David.........On Borrowed Time (stand alone)
Stabenow, Dana...........Though Not Dead (Kate Shugak)
Stanley, Kelly...........The Curse-Maker (Arcturus)
White, Randy Wayne.......Night Vision (Doc Ford)
Wilhekm, Kate............Heaven is High (Barbara Holloway)
Berenson, Alex...........The Secret Soldier (John Wells)
Bradley, Alan............A Red Herring Without Mustard (Flavia de Luce)
Dorsey, Tim..............Electric Barracuda Serge Storms)
Ellis, David.............Breach of Trust
Henry, Sara J............Learning to Swim (New series)
Lansdale, Joe R..........Hyenas (Hap and Leonard)
Preston and Child........Gideon's Sword (new series)

Notable Paperbacks:
Ellison, J.T.............So Close the Hand of Death (Taylor Jackson)
Ault, Sandi..............Wild Penance
Goodman, Carol...........Arcadia Falls
Stanton, Mary............Angel's Verdict
Webber, Heather..........Absolutely, Positively (Lucy Valentine)
Goddard, Robert..........Found Wanting


message 2: by Ann (new)

Ann (annrumsey) | 14966 comments Thanks Cheryl! I highly anticipate these two especially:
Stabenow, Dana...........Though Not Dead (Kate Shugak)
White, Randy Wayne.......Night Vision (Doc Ford)


message 3: by Marcy (new)

Marcy | 865 comments Of late, I've been enjoying David Ellis. Thanks, Cheryl for letting me know about the new one coming out.


message 4: by Sherry (new)

Sherry  | 3788 comments Marcy wrote: "Of late, I've been enjoying David Ellis. Thanks, Cheryl for letting me know about the new one coming out."

i won a copy of Breach of Trust by david ellis from goodreads. i hadn't read the hidden man yet, so downloaded it to my kindle yesterday. i'm enjoying it so far and looking forward to getting to read breach of trust.


message 5: by Brakedrum (new)

Brakedrum | 1203 comments Preston and Child........Gideon's Sword (new series)

I'm a Preston/Child fan, but I'm not sure about this one. Here's a review:
From Booklist
Gideon Crew, the hero of Preston and Child’s new novel, has a complicated backstory. As a boy, he watched as his father, who had taken a man hostage, was shot down by a sniper. Less than a decade later, he learned from his mother that his father had been used by the U.S. government as a scapegoat for a failed intelligence project. After dispatching the man responsible for his father’s murder, Gideon is offered a job with a private contractor that does hush-hush work for the government. Gideon’s mission: to intercept a Chinese scientist and relieve him of the plans for a top-secret weapon. The mission doesn’t go as drawn, however, and Gideon is left with a mysterious string of numbers. Now, working mostly alone, he must determine what the numbers mean. This novel (which is apparently the first installment in a new series) isn’t as elegantly written or constructed as the authors’ popular Special Agent Pendergast novels, but it does—once you get past the backstory—hold the reader’s interest, and Gideon is undeniably a big-shouldered character, capable of supporting a series. --David Pitt


message 6: by Barry (new)

Barry (barrypz) | 3111 comments I'm still curious enough to read it.


message 7: by Marcy (new)

Marcy | 865 comments It does look interesting. Maybe I'll wait for your review, Barry.


message 8: by Dawn (new)

Dawn | 1320 comments Thank you so much! Somehow I missed some of these in past posting...got on the wait lists for Joy Fielding's and David Rosenfelt's new ones. And just saw that Harlan Coben's Live Wire is being released in March. I'm 200 on the wait list...ugh...but I'm sure it'll go fast.


message 9: by Ann (last edited Feb 07, 2011 08:05PM) (new)

Ann (annrumsey) | 14966 comments Dawn:
Ugh indeed. I had a slot open for another hold and I am number 70! for Live Wire. Woo Hoo a new Myron book!!
Dawn wrote: "And just saw that Harlan Coben's Live Wire is being released in March. I'm 200 on the wait list...ugh...but I'm sure it'll go fast. "


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