New Books Publishing In June 2023

So many new books coming out this month; I was hard pressed to narrow it down to the eight you see in the above graphic. I’ll give you my take on them.

Let’s start with Translation State by Ann Leckie. Read it-loved it-highly recommend you grab this book. One of my favorite reads so far in 2023.

Cold, Cold Bones by Kathy Reichs is book 21 in her Temperance Brennan series. This series blows hot and cold for me, so I hope this one is good!

David Baldacci gives us book one of a new thriller series. Travis Devine has a routine life until it’s upended by his ex-girlfriend and coworkers suicide. The NYPD is all over Travis as their main suspect, while his secret Army past is on the verge of being exposed and used as leverage to get him to secretly investigate. The buzz on this one is awesome and I can’t wait to read it.

The 9th Man is book one in a new series from Steve Berry featuring Luke Daniels from the Magellan Billet in the Cotton Malone series. Does “buckle up for a rollicking thrill ride” mean anything to you, dear reader? It should, because this is another book that the pre-release buzz is off the charts.

Doomsday Match is the one I’m on the fence about this month. Jeff Wheeler has written two fantasy series that are very well reviewed, but this one is more like a horror story. A family goes on an island vacation with their neighbors, who turn out to be very sketchy and scary, with an ancient prophecy and a death cult thrown into the plot. I’m not sure if it’s going to be to my taste; it may scare the bejeebers out of me!

Now for something that will also be scary, but I know it will be the good kind of scary. Set in Norway, Whispers at Dusk is a new Krewe of Hunters novel from paranormal suspense stalwart, Heather Graham. It’s going to be murder, mystery, and vampires-yay! The perfect summer read!

Hiss Me Deadly is book 15 in Miranda James’s Cat In The Stacks series. Always a solid read, the series is still going strong and cozy fans ‘otter’ be reading this one.

The Road to Roswell by Connie Willis is being marketed as a romantic comedy with aliens, so I’ve got my fingers crossed that it delivers. If not, dear reader, you can never go wrong with a re-read of any of her Oxford Time Travel series.

There we have eight new books to look forward to this month. I will have extra blog posts for them as I get them read. My book list is already ridiculous so I think I ‘otter’ get back to reading now!

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