Booklover Mailbox – Graeme Simsion, Sarah Ridout, Boris Fishman
The Best of Adam Sharp by Graeme Simsion
Regular readers will know I’m a fan of Graeme Simsion‘s work (The Rosie Project and The Rosie Effect) and so was excited when a pre-release copy of his much anticipated new novel arrived.
‘ poignant glimpse into human relationships—what it is to love and to be loved… The Best of Adam Sharp hits you right in the morals and leaves you thinking—how far would you go for a second chance? — Books + Publishing
Review copy from Text Publishing.
UPDATE: Read our 4+ Star Review
Le Chateau by Sarah Ridout
Set in France and described as ‘a suspenseful gothic tale that will appeal to readers of Daphne du Maurier and Kate Morton’, this is another beautifully packaged novel from an author that is new to me.
Eerie, sexy and haunting, Le Chateau combines a rich setting with an exquisite, simmering tension. – Kim Lock
Review copy from Echo Publishing.
UPDATE: Read our 3.5+ Star Review
Don’t Let My Baby Do Rodeo by Boris Fishman
I’ll admit I’d not come across author Boris Fishman before but these two titles that arrived from Pushkin Press, his latest release Don’t Let My Baby Do Rodeo and his award winning 2015 debut A Replacement Life sound decidedly different but both very interesting.
Don’t Let My Baby Do Rodeo is a beautifully nuanced and poignant novel about adoption, married love, and what it means to truly belong.
A Replacement Life by Boris Fishman
A failing young Russian American journalist’s life is unexpectedly transformed when he forges Holocaust restitution claims for his rogue grandfather and his friends.
Review copies from Pushkin Press.
Which of these titles most interests you?
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