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Analogue Books Presents:

Here are 10 New Books freshly released that just arrived at the Analogue Bookstore this week! Stop in this weekend to find your next read, we have many, many more titles.


Every Time I Go On Vacation Someone Dies by Catherine Mack Genre: Cozy Mystery

"Fresh, clever, and laugh out loud funny! AN ABSOLUTE MUST-READ!" ~ Jeneva Rose, New York Times Bestselling Author of You Shouldn't Have Come Here.

Notes from Jess: I received an Advanced Listener Copy of the audiobook and it was such a fun read! Beginning to end it entertained me as I drove around Pueblo!"


The Demon of Unrest

by Erik Larson

Genre: Non-fiction

The #1 New York Times Best Selling author of The Devil in the White City AND The Splendid and the Vile. This book is a Saga of Hubris, Heartbreak, and Heroism at the Dawn of the Civil war.


Home is Where the Bodies Are by Jeneva Rose Genre: Mystery - Thriller

"From New York Times bestselling author of The Perfect Marriage and You Shouldn't have Come Here comes a chilling family thriller about the (sometimes literal) skeletons in the closet. "

Notes from Jess: I have read both The Perfect Marriage and You Shouldn't Have Come Here and found them both thoroughly entertaining. I am looking forward to reading this one this month!


Real Americans by Rachel Khong

Genre: Literary Fiction

"From the Award-winning author of Goodbye, Vitamin. An exhilarating novel of American identity that spans three generations in one family and asks: What makes us who we are? and How inevitable are our futures?


Great Expectations

by Vinson Cunningham

Genre: Historical Fiction

"A historic presidential campaign changes the trajectory of a young black man's life in the highly anticipated debut novel from one of The New Yorker's rising stars"


Miss Morgan's Book Brigade by Janet Skeslien Charles

Genre: Historical Fiction

"The New York Times and International bestselling author of The Paris Library returns with a brilliant new novel based on the true story of Jessie Carson, the American Librarian who changed the Literary Landscape of France."


Funny Story by Emily Henry Genre: Contemporary Romance

"Henry operates at the top of her- and her readers'- intelligence, telling sophisticated, heartfelt stories that are conscious of the romantic comedy conventions without being overly meta about them... Henry's dedicated readers know what to expect: wit, charm, and heart, satisfying to the last page." - The Washington Post

Note from Jess: I always enjoy Emily Henry's books. As usual, Emily Henry wrote an excellent, easy to read romance novel that would be perfect to read by the pool.


If You Can't Take The Heat: Tales of FOOD, FEMINISM, and FURY

by Geraldine DeRuiter Genre: Memoir - Essays

"From the James Beard Award-winning blogger behind The Everywhereist come hilarious, searing essays on how food and cooking stoke the flames of her feminism... Deliciously insightful and bitingly clever, If You Can't Take the Heat is a fresh look at food and feminism from one of the culinary world's sharpest voices."


The Familiar

by Leigh Bardugo

Genre: Fantasy - Historical Fiction

"From The New York Times best selling author of Ninth House, Hell Bent, and creator of the Grishaverse series comes a highly anticipated historical fantasy set during the Spanish Golden Age."


Good Material

by Dolly Alderton

Genre: Romance

"Andy love Jen. Jen Loved Andy. and he can't work out why she stopped. Now he is . . . Without a home Waiting for his stand-up career to take off wondering why everyone else around him seems to have grown up while he wasn't looking."


There are so many more books I want to share with you! Please check back for future posts as I ease into a variety of angles to talk about the books we have at Analogue.

To follow what I am reading, check out my blog!

Happy Reading!

~ Jess Hartkop

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