It's Springtime and that means warmer weather, longer days, and the floral blooms that are certain to bring some brightness into our lives. And with Spring comes the newest batch of books soon to be on our shelves at San Jose Public Library! There is quite a selection of brand new fiction, mystery, and historical fiction novels. And with the warmer weather, book clubs at can meet outside, for dining, book discussions and (maybe) a glass of wine at our local bistros.
Here are the selections I'm looking forward to reading!
My Top 4 TBR Spring Reads 2023!
The Soulmate by Sally Hepworth
"There's a cottage on a cliff. Gabe and Pippa's dream home in a sleepy coastal town. But their perfect house hides something sinister. The tall cliffs have become a popular spot for people to end their lives. Night after night Gabe comes to their rescue, literally talking them off the ledge. Until he doesn't. When Pippa discovers Gabe knew the victim, the questions spiral...Did the victim jump? Was she pushed? And would Gabe, the love of Pippa's life, her soulmate...lie? As the perfect facade of their marriage begins to crack, the deepest and darkest secrets begin to unravel"
Homecoming by Kate Morton
Called home to care for her grandmother after a fall, Jess, a journalist, discovers a book chronicling the police investigation into an old unsolved murder that has a shocking connection to her family.
Sisters of the Lost Nation by Nick Medina
"Anna Horn is always looking over her shoulder. For the bullies who torment her, for the entitled visitors at the reservation's casino...and for the nameless, disembodied entity that stalks her every step-an ancient tribal myth come to life, one that's intent on devouring her whole. With strange and sinister happenings occurring around the casino, Anna starts to suspect that not all the horrors on the reservation are old. As girls begin to go missing and the tribe scrambles to find answers, Anna struggles with her place on the rez, desperately searching for the key she's sure lies in the legends of her tribe's past. When Anna's own little sister also disappears, she'll do anything to bring Grace home. But the demons plaguing the reservation-both old and new-are strong, and sometimes, it's the stories that never get told that are the most important."
The Haunting of Alejandra by V. Castro
"A woman is haunted by the Mexican folk demon La Llorona as she unravels the dark secrets of her family history in this ravishing and provocative horror novel."