Three advance copies of titles by some of my favourite authors added to the reading pile recently…
Look for Her by Emily Winslow
This is the fourth title in Emily Winslow‘s highly regarded literary thriller series starring detectives Morris Keene and Chloe Frohmann.
Annalise Wood has haunted the town of Lilling near Cambridge for decades. She went missing in 1976 and while her body was found years later, her name and memory have been etched into the community.
One girl who is especially interested in the case is Annalise Williams who believes that sharing a name with the dead girl has created a connection between them. As Morris Keene and his former partner, Detective Inspector Chloe Frohmann, are called in to reinvestigate the original case, they must question previous assumptions and piece together a forty-year-old puzzle that has fresh roots in a mysterious present-day drowning.
October release. Review copy thanks to Allison & Busby.
UPDATE: Read our review of Look for Her
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The Genius Plague by David Walton
THE CONTAGION IS IN YOUR MIND. In this science fiction thriller, brothers are pitted against each other as a pandemic threatens to destabilize world governments by exerting a subtle mind control over survivors.
October release. Review copy thanks to Pyr Books.
UPDATE: Read our review of The Genius Plague
Atlantic Black by A S Patric
Atlantic Black is the much anticipated new novel from Miles Franklin award-winning author A S Patric. I was blown away by Black Rock White City, so my expectations are high. It is garnering high praise from early reviewers, other talented literary authors:
‘A powerful and mesmerising voyage into darkness. Atlantic Black creates an indelible portrait of humanity sailing towards war.’ ~ Heather Rose, Winner of the 2017 Stella Prize
‘I am still walking the slick decks of Atlantic Black, looking for a way out for both myself and Katerina. She is a singular character – such a perfect and excruciating balance of acting and being acted upon. A brilliant and devastating novel that will not let me go.’ ~ Myfanwy Jones, author of Leap
November release. Review copy thanks to Transit Lounge Publishing.
UPDATE: Read our review of Atlantic Black
What else has been going on here at Booklover Book Reviews?
- Time is running out to enter our worldwide giveaway of an ebook copy of Simon Booker’s latest Morgan Vine thriller – enter now.
- Booklover Book Reviews now has a Youtube channel. I had fun creating a video to celebrate my latest 5 Star read.
- And this weekend I attended the Brisbane Writers Festival. Will make mention of that in book reviews to come over the next week or so….