For the 3.15.16 Top Ten Tuesday hosted by The Broke and the Bookish Read more on Riffle
Fool Me Once by Harlan Coben
Harlan Coben is one of my favorites! This is another standalone but I still need to find myself a Yoohoo :)
1 / 10
Girl in the Blue Coat by Monica Hesse
A teen release set in WWII Amsterdam. It sounds fabulous.
2 / 10
All Things Cease to Appear: A novel by Elizabeth Brundage
I haven't read Brundage yet but this latest is supposed to be something of a ghost story. You know how I feel about ghost stories!
3 / 10
Roses and Rot by Kat Howard
The cover alone is enough to hook me on this one! The fact that it's a modern-day fairy tale makes it that much better :)
4 / 10
Out of the Blues (A Detective Sarah Alt Novel) by Trudy Nan Boyce
OUT OF THE BLUES is a debut police procedural that's getting a lot of buzz. It's also a cold case, which is always a draw for me. I should mention that I've been craving some excellent mystery reads of late so I expect this one will hit the spot fabulously.
5 / 10
The Darkest Corners by Kara Thomas
This is the newest title from Kara Taylor (as Kara Thomas) author of the PREP SCHOOL CONFIDENTIAL trilogy. This one is a bit of a change - a psychological thriller - but I did so enjoy her previous books that I'm definitely looking forward to this one.
6 / 10
The Taxidermist's Daughter: A Novel by Kate Mosse
I love Mosse's work. Love it! So I've been looking forward to this one since I heard about its release. It helps, too, that it's being compared atmospherically to REBECCA and THE TURN OF THE SCREW.
7 / 10
Harmony House by Nic Sheff
This latest from Sheff is a horror story set in a "creepy old estate" so of course you know I'm on board.
8 / 10
Cambodia Noir: A Novel by Nick Seeley
An exotic locale, a murdered reporter, and a missing girl - I'm more than a little intrigued by this one and planning to dive in very soon.
9 / 10
Into the Dim by Janet B. Taylor
A teen time traveling debut set in twelfth century France - this one sounds like a real stand out if you ask me!
10 / 10