FANTASTIC NEWS! Macmillan has THREE fabulous books on the October 2014 LibraryReads list!
Coming in at #6 is THE BOY WHO DREW MONSTERS by Keith Donohue
This creepy horror novel about a young boy whose drawings of monsters take on a life of their own is “A sterling example of the new breed of horror: unnerving and internal with just the right number of bumps in the night.” — Kirkus Reviews
Available from Picador on October 7.
Landing at #9 is MALICE by Keigo Higashino
The internationally bestselling author of THE DEVOTION OF SUSPECT X gives readers another puzzling mystery: an acclaimed novelist is found brutally murdered in his home office—a locked room within a locked house—by his wife and best friend who both have solid alibis. “This smart and original mystery is a true page-turner that carries the reader through theories and relationships that will baffle, surprise, and draw out suspicion until the final few pages. With each book, Higashino continues to elevate the modern mystery as an intense and inventive literary form.” — Library Journal, starred review
Available from Minotaur Books on October 7.
Rounding out the list at #10 is MURDER AT THE BRIGHTWELL by Ashley Weaver
We love this Golden Age-style debut from librarian Weaver featuring a spunky heiress, an eccentric group of British aristocrats on holiday at an exquisite seaside resort, and a MURDER. “This debut novel by a librarian lays the foundation for a stylish series with Milo and Amory channeling Nick and Nora Charles.” — Booklist
See the complete October list at LibraryReads.org.
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