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Way To Go It’s Wednesday! 7/26/17

 

Welcome to Wednesday and to some of our favorite new titles:

Cartel 7: Illuminati by Ashley & JaQuavis

The saga of love, loyalty, and crime continues in the next explosive book in the Cartel series from the minds of New York Times bestselling authors Ashley & JaQuavis.

Unit 416 by J. Leon Pridgen, II, A. John Vinci

Five tough as nails men. One hard-assed Sergeant. The only chance to change their lives. These are the men of Unit 416. Push them hard and they push harder. Things are about to get deadly?but with the skill and swagger of Unit 416, no mission is impossible…

Seducing Abby Rhodes by J. D. Mason

“Chock full of unexpected twists, turns, secrets, and spirits plus a healthy dose of redemptive love.”–Kirkus Reviews 

The Prada Plan 5 by Ashley Antoinette

In this explosive addition to the New York Times bestselling series, YaYa’s Prada Plan worked—the man she fought for is hers at last, their daughter is safe, and Leah is gone. Life is supposed to be good. So why isn’t she satisfied? “Caution… Will leave you breathless. It’s that intense.” — Essence Magazine on LUXE

Happy #BookBday (5/23/17 Edition)

Oh what a lovely day for a #BookBday!

A GOOD COUNTRY by Laleh Khadivi
Three starred reviews! An achingly timely novel about the radicalization of a Muslim teen in California—about where identity truly lies, and how we find it. “Brilliantly channeling the minds of angst-filled teenagers with barely formed worldviews who seesaw between brash self-confidence and deflating insecurities, Whiting and Pushcart Prize winner Khadivi has written an important, smart, timely novel that rivals such standouts as Karan Mahajan’s THE ASSOCIATION OF SMALL BOMBS or Mohsin Hamid’s THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST.” — Library Journal, starred review

ISADORA by Amelia Gray
One of Publishers Weekly’s Best Books of Summer 2017! “Historical novels about artists abound, but few attain the psychological intricacy, fluency of imagination, lacerating wit, or intoxicating beauty of Gray’s tale of Isadora Duncan, the courageous mother of modern dance. The spellbinding result is a mythic, fiercely insightful, mordantly funny, and profoundly revelatory portrait of an intrepid and indelible artist.” — Booklist, starred review

MOLLY AND THE CAT CAFE by Melissa Daley
When two-year-old tabby, Molly, loses her beloved owner, she decides to take matters into her own paws and embarks on a grueling journey to the nearest town to find a new home. “As comforting as a purring cat on a cold winter night, Daley’s feel-good feline escapade will warm pet lovers’ hearts. Watch for future Cat Café novels.” — Booklist readmoreremove

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