August Top 5 New Books For Holiday Aftermath
There are two options: you have been reading books like crazy because it's the only time of the year you can fully dedicate for shortening your reading list or you completely forgot this activity due to travelling, beach and hot night parties. In any case new novels continue entering the spotlight and if you don't review new publications now, you'll be stuck with a backlog to follow later. Therefore, check out our TOP 5 of new August books and note the attractive titles:
by Patrick deWitt
For those who love witty story telling this novel is worth the effort. This comic novel is about a wealthy widow and her son who decide to leave New York and make a transatlantic trip to Paris to escape disgrace and financial troubles. Here they meet a number of strange characters who menace the two to be run down to complete self destruction.
by Karin Slaughter
Productive Karin Slaughter presents her new crime novel just a year after The Good Daughter. Andrea Cooper thinks she knows everything about her mother Laura. However a tragic event at a shopping mall reveals her mother's true identity. But Laura is determined to remain silent despite murder accusations. So Andrea has to trace her mother's past to save the future.
by Anne Youngson
Those fond of complicated relationships should highlight this title. Sometimes it takes a stranger to really know who you are. Drawn by a common artistic interest, Professor Kristian Larse from Denmark who lost his wife and his hopes, and Tina Hopgood trapped with her life at an English farm start writing letters to each other. All this turns into a blossoming friendship. But one day Tina stops responding...
by J.T. Ellison
If you enjoyed reading Lie To Me, you'll definitely like another novel by J.T. Ellison. Mindy's life is suddenly crashed by a skiing downhill failure and during her surgery the doctors come up with a terrifying truth: Mindy's parents are not her parents at all. How did it happened? What lies and betrayals do lie in the family? And who is determined to hide the deepest secrets?
by Peter Vronsky
Keep browsing criminal pages first? Then you should pay attention to this new publication. It is an in-depth examination of sexual serial killers carried out by a famous investigative historian. What are their motives and their foundations throughout the history? And why we are drawn to their horrifying crimes?