It’s New Release Tuesday and I’m especially excited this week. We’ve got some great new releases from Brad Thor, P.J. Parrish, Ian James Corlett, Helen Perelman and so many more! As always, you can see all of this week’s new releases at the Lazy Day Books eBookstore. Here we go!
Full Black by Brad Thor. Born in the shadows and kept from heads of state, there are some missions so deadly, so sensitive, that they simply don’t exist. When one such mission goes horribly wrong, a wave of dramatic terrorist attacks is set in motion. With the CIA’s intelligence abilities hobbled, former Navy SEAL Team 6 member turned covert counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath launches an audacious plan to infiltrate the terrorists’ network and prevent one of the biggest threats the United States has ever faced. Read our review.
The Killing Song by P. J. Parrish. From the USA Today bestselling author of the Louis Kincaid mysteries comes a heart-pounding new thriller with a sizzling new hero–Matt Owens, a South Florida investigative reporter on a desperate hunt for his sister’s killer. Matt Owens is a Pulitzer Prize–nominated journalist, but at thirty-five, he’s adrift, more inclined to hit the bottle alone than the Miami Beach club scene.
The Bride Wore Scarlet by Liz Carlyle. Passion and secrets simmer behind the elegant façade of Victorian London in another deliciously intriguing novel featuring the mysterious men of the St. James Society. Anaïs de Rohan has faced danger in her past, but never anything so great as posing as the new bride to one of the St. James Society’s most magnetic—and ruthless—leaders.
Rock the Casbah by Robin Wright. Rage And Rebellion Across The Islamic World. A decade after the 9/11 attacks, this groundbreaking book takes readers deep into rebellions against both autocrats and extremists that are redefining politics, culture, and security threats across the Islamic world. The awakening involves hundreds of millions of people. And the political transformations– and tectonic changes–are only beginning.
E Is For Ethics by Ian James Corlett. How To Talk To Kids About Morals, Values, And What Matters Most. Helping kids think about their earth’s future is no easy task. These days, there’s a lot of talk about being green, buying organic, and protecting our planet, but making eco-friendly choices can be hard for busy families. Luckily, Ian James Corlett—an award-winning children’s TV writer and author of E Is for Ethics—is back with a guide that makes saving the environment a fun family adventure.
Star Trek: Cast No Shadow by James Swallow. Seven years have passed since a catastrophic explosion on the Klingon moon Praxis touched off a chain of events that would result in the assassination of the reformist High Chancellor Gorkon, and the eventual creation of the historicKhitomer Accords. Now, as part of the ongoing efforts to undo the disastrous fallout from the destruction of Praxis and with the help of aid supplies from the United Federation of Planets, reconstruction is in progress, and after years of slow going hindered by political pressures and old prejudices, headway is at last being made.
Candy Store of Books by Helen Perelman. In Chocolate Dreams, Cocoa the Chocolate Fairy is blamed for the missing chocolate eggs. But soon the other fairies discover that it’s the sour troll Mogu who is toying with their candies. In Rainbow Swirl, Raina is a young Gummy fairy who takes her duties very seriously and carefully tends the Gummy Forest. In Caramel Moon, the crop of candy corns is shrinking! Is someone playing a trick? Mellie the Caramel Fairy and her friends will find out! Ages 6-9
And Then Things Fell Apart by Arlaina Tibensky. Keek’s life was totally perfect. Keek and her boyfriend just had their Worst Fight Ever, her best friend heinously betrayed her, her parents are divorcing, and her mom’s across the country caring for her newborn cousin, who may or may not make it home from the hospital. To top it all off, Keek’s got the plague. (Well, the chicken pox.) Young Adult
The Goddess Girls Set by Joan Holub. Goddess Girls follows four goddesses-in-training – Athena, Persephone, Aphrodite, and Artemis– as they navigate the ins and outs of divine social life at Mount Olympus Academy, where the most priviledged gods and goddesses of the Greco-Roman pantheon hone their mythical skills. In each book, readers get to see how each goddess became who we know today. These much-beloved classic myths are given a modern twist and follow storylines familiar to modern tweens, from dealing with bullies (Athena and Medusa) to first crushes (Persephone and Hades). Ages 8-12
Which new release are you looking forward to this week? Share with us in the comments!