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Happy New Year: Special Greetings with Best January Releases

Saturday, December 31st, 2011

Author: Sherry Helms

Today is the last day of the year 2011. This is the occasion which comes every year, but still so special when we ring out the old year and approach towards a new one with open arms. Today is the day when we recall all the happy and sad moments of the year and we fill our hearts with new hopes, new dreams, new aspirations and new expectations and move on towards welcoming a new year. This is the day of joy, happiness, celebrations and festivities when we forget all our sorrows and enmities and celebrate altogether to collect some more golden memories in our albums.

Check out the books that are coming on the first week of January, 2012 to greet you with more thrill and chill and let you start the New Year with some fun reads. So here are some brief details on those books that you would love to purchase on the first brand new week of the New Year and get a boost to have more fun.

Private: #1 Suspect (Jack Morgan): The year starts with another unstoppable thriller and crime fiction by James Patterson. While Jack Morgan’s investigation firm is the most powerful and smartest one in the whole industry to uncover all truths, this time Jack Morgan himself falls prey to the suspicion of murdering his former lover. There are also cases of thefts and treacheries against him from where it’s hard for him to find a way out to save his life. With lots of twists and turns, this is another uncommon best from James Patterson that is going to be the finest treat on this New Year week.

With a very exciting storyline, James Patterson is once more going to be at the highest peak on your to- be- read list. So ready for the action?

Bloodrose (Nightshade #3): Another best teen read is awaiting you. After the first two thrilling novels in the internationally bestselling series Nightshade Trilogy, Andrea Cremer is all set to publish her third and final installment in the series and it is called Bloodrose. Keep your fingers crossed to know with whom finally Calla ends up with- Ren or Shay? Some ultimate sacrifice for true love is on the roll. The tension and anxiety that follows reading Wolfsbane is going to end very soon just next week and there can no more a dynamic ending to such an engrossing series.

It shall keep you breathless and sleepless from the beginning to the final pages until you end it at a single reading.

Breakdown (V. I. Warshawski Series #15): This time it’s turn for Sara Paretsky to rock the reading world with another bestselling novel. Another murder happens, in an abandoned cemetery and now it’s V.I. Warshawski’s responsibility to come out with all answers to the uprising questions. And while looking for the answers to all her questions, she finds out the most dangerous truth about her surroundings that her enemies are something more powerful than to be called some normal humans.

A complicated story of a private investigator with some very interesting character portrayals, breathless excitements and some very convincing action- packed storyline.

We hope that you take the best joyride on this New Year celebrations with most interesting reads of the coming first week of the New Year, and share all the fun with your loved ones. As joy increases by sharing it. Happy New Year friends!!

Book Review: Killing Lincoln by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

Author: Sherry Helms

It was a time for mourning. It was a time for change. It was a phase of man hunting. It was a time full of conspiracies. It was a time of trials and executions. And all of these were the eventual aftermath of the most harrowing day in American history. It was the Good Friday in the year 1865, when Abraham Lincoln, the American President was shot dead at Ford’s Theatre in Washington D.C. And one gunshot changed the fate of America forever. The mega bestselling authors Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard has brought back the black days and their impact on American history in their latest bestseller Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination that Changed America Forever.

America was just dreaming of a new dawn in her history when the prolonged Civil War was drawing to an end, and Lincoln was at the threshold of integrating the divided nation. But a host of conspirators were not so happy with America getting united, with Lincoln’s dreams getting fulfilled and they set out to perish the patriotic celebrations on the heart of the nation. The stage personality John Wilkes Booth along with his co- conspirators Lewis Powell, David Herold and George Atzerodt got assigned themselves to kill Lincoln (more…)

Life in The Fast Lane

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

Author: Simon Wood

Did Not Finish is a book that is very close to my heart as it’s a mystery centering on the world of motorsport. Twenty years ago, I raced open-wheel cars motorsport in the UK.

In the book, a death threat is circulating around the pits. Derek Deacon says he’ll kill his championship rival, Alex Fanning, unless Alex throws the championship deciding race. Rookie driver, Adrian ‘Aidy’ Westlake, doesn’t put too much stock in the threat. He figures Derek is just playing mind games. That changes when Alex dies on the track after banging wheels with Derek. A cover-up ensues. The police wrap up their investigation without following up on the death threat, TV coverage omits the crash and the racing community seems happy to ignore what they heard. Aidy is the exception. He feels obligated to expose the truth and finds himself dragged into a much larger conspiracy.

A real incident is the basis for Did Not Finish. I was competing in a regional championship (more…)

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