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New Arrivals this Week at Analogue!

July is here! We hope you all have a wonderful and safe 4th of July!



 

The Midnight Feast by Lucy Foley Genre: Mystery-Thriller


"Secrets. Lies. Murder. Let the festivities begin! It all began with a secret, fifteen years ago. Now the past has crashed the party. And it'll end in murder at... The Midnight Feast." (From Goodreads)




 

Husbands & Lovers by Beatriz Williams Genre: Historical Fiction/Romance


"Two women-- separated by decades and continents, and united by a mysterious family heirloom-- discover second chances at love in this sweeping novel from the New York Times best selling author of The Summer Wives."




 

A Happier Life by Kristy Woodson Harvey Genre: Romance, Fiction, Chick-Lit


"Keaton (in present day) & Becks (in 1976) are both facing new challenges and chapters in their lives. They are connected through time by the house on Sunset Lane, which has protected the secrets, hopes, and dreams of the women in their family for generations."



 

Shanghai by Joseph Kanon Genre: Historical Fiction, Thriller, Espionage


"In this dazzling thriller, New York Times best selling author Joseph Kanon gives us his richest setting yet: pre-World War II Shanghai, where glamour and squalor exists side by side annd Murder is just a cost of doing business. A love affair against all odds, a city dancing on the rim of a volcano -- Shanghai is the story of a political haven that becomes a minefield of conflicting loyalties." ~Simon & Schuster

 

Bear by Julia Phillips Genre: Literary Fiction


"A story about the bonds of sisterhood and the mysteries of the animals that live among us -- and within us -- Bear is a propulsive, mythical, and richly imagined novel from on of the most acclaimed young writers in America."


I enjoyed this story. It definitely had a mythical feel to it. I gave it 5/5 stars. ~ JessH

 

Come find these and many other new and used titles in the bookstore!


Other Analogue Book News:

Analogue Book Club: Our next meet up will be July 11th at 7pm. We will be discussing Home is Where the Bodies Are by Jeneva Rose. The book we will be discussing on August 1st will be Lattes & Legends by Travis Baldree


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