I’ve recently started binge reading Brad Taylor’s Pike Logan Series and am thoroughly enjoying it! I started the series a few days before Christmas with One Rough Man and am now in the middle of book 5 The Polaris Protocol. I won’t be caught up with the series by next Tuesday when Ring of Fire, the newest entry, is released, but I do have it pre-ordered so it’ll be loaded and ready to go when I do finally get caught up.
Category: New Releases
In the next thrilling novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling Mitch Rapp series, the anti-terrorism operative heads to Pakistan to confront a mortal threat he may not be prepared for. In fact, this time he might have met his match.
Mitch Rapp is used to winning.
But in this follow-up to #1 New York Times bestselling The Survivor, the CIA operative finds himself chasing false leads from continent to continent in an effort to keep Pakistani nukes from falling into the hands of terrorists. Together with friend and colleague Scott Coleman, Rapp struggles to prevent the loss of these lethal weapons, particularly because Russia is also interested in the nukes, though not for the same reason as Rapp and Coleman.
I posted here on Thursday with Buzz Books for adults from Book Expo 2016. Today, I want to tell you about the Buzz Books for Young Adults and Middle Grade readers. Every year, I’m amazed at the creativity of authors who are writing for these age groups, there are many fantastic new books on the way that I think your young readers will really enjoy!
Today is the book release day for Rob Sinclair’s Hunt for the Enemy! I haven’t read this series yet, but I’ve heard good things about it and have it coming up next on my TBR list. If you like spy thrillers, give this one a try and let me know your thoughts!
The breathtaking and action-packed finale to the bestselling Enemy series. The Hunt is on. They’ve erased his past. Wiped out his very existence. But Carl Logan isn’t finished yet.
Already optioned for film, The Girl with a Clock for a Heart is Peter Swanson’s electrifying tale of romantic noir, with shades of Hitchcock and reminiscent of the classic movie Body Heat. It is the story of a man swept into a vortex of irresistible passion and murder when an old love mysteriously reappears…
Today we’re excited to feature a guest post from Ian Sansom, author of The Norfolk Mystery.
You’ll probably want to know some background and stuff, yes? Who I am, where I’m from. That sort of thing?
Well, it’s just the usual. Birth. School. Work. And … Well. Not yet. Not quite.
Where am I from? By county, and by country: out of London, through Essex, into Gloucestershire, Cambridgeshire, County Antrim, France, Switzerland, back to London, Oxfordshire, back to London, County Down, Warwickshire. So, in summary: England-Ireland-France-Switzerland-England-Ireland-England. Does that help?
Lazy Day Books is honored to be a part of Rebecca Coleman’s Blog Tour for her new novel Heaven Should Fall.
Every day in the month of October, a different blog posted part of Chapter 1. If you missed any previous excerpts, visit Book Trib to read the entire first chapter.
Today, we are excited to bring you a guest post from Lou Aronica, one of the authors of Differential Equations, where he tells us about the inspiration for the book and more about magic realism. Aronica is a New York Times best selling author and President and Publisher of The Fiction Studio and Publisher of The Story Plant. You can learn more about him here…
Differential Equations, the novel Julian Iragorri and I just published, had numerous sources of inspiration. Julian’s family story was one, as was the fact that both of us had some mind/body experience. Another key source of inspiration were the magic realists. I knew that Julian and I could collaborate well when I learned in our first conversation that both of us considered Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude a favorite novel. Further conversation revealed a shared affection for Isabel Allende, Jorge Amado, and others. I’d wanted to write a magic realist novel for some time, and with Julian I would finally get the chance to do so.