New Book Releases On My TBR | February 2019

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Happy February! I’m sharing four new books releasing this month that have made it onto my to-be-read stack. Are you looking forward to any of these new reads?

New February Book Releases 

Suspicious Minds
A Stranger Things Novel by Gwenda Bond
Release Date: February 5, 2019 from Random House
Amazon Affiliate Link: https://amzn.to/2E5DLnO

Readers get a deeper look into the famed sci-fi world from Netflix’s STRANGER THINGS series with a prequel in novel form. Suspicious Minds chronicles the entrance of Eleven’s mother into the MKULTRA experiments in 1969. Written by Gwenda Bond, author of the Lois Lane trilogy.

The Hiding Place
by C.J. Tudor
Release Date: February 5, 2019 from Crown Publishing
Amazon Affiliate Link: https://amzn.to/2tiqhi3

A teacher revisits his strange, isolated hometown where mysterious disappearances have stained local history. Why would he return to a place where skeletons lie buried in every closet? His reasons may be less than innocent. The highly-anticipated second release from the bestselling author of The Chalk Man, CJ Tudor.

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The Winter Sister
by Megan Collins
Release Date: February 5, 2019 from Atria Books
Amazon Affiliate Link: https://amzn.to/2SIAdjg

A middle-aged woman returns to home to care for her ailing mother, a mother with whom she has a less than perfect relationship. Years ago, from the very home her mother still lives, Sylvie’s teenage sister went missing. Her body was found, but her murder remained unsolved. Sylvie searches out long-awaited answers to a lifelong mystery with the help of people from her past, people who may or may not have had something to do with her sister’s death. The Winter Sister is Megan Collins’ debut novel.

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The Victory Garden
by Rhys Bowen
Release Date: February 12, 2019 from Lake Union
Amazon Affiliate Link: https://amzn.to/2SIAkeG

It’s the First World War and Emily Bryce has found herself in a tricky situation. Engaged to a man killed in action overseas and pregnant with his child, she assumes the role of a war widow—though they were never married. She volunteers as a land helper, tending the fields at a neglected estate. It’s there she stumbles across the herbal records of a medicine woman. In these journals, Emily finds solace and an unexpected path to her destiny. Rhys Bowen is the bestselling author of over thirty mystery novels. In recent years, she has published books in the World War II era that have met equal success.


Are any of these books on your radar?

Please note that all of the above books were kindly gifted by their respective publishers in hopes for feature or review.

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Til next time,

Bex


Bex Skoog (formerly Bex Gorsuch) is a Book Blogger and Instagram Influencer who strives to connect readers with their next favorite book and encourages avid bibliophiles to make use of the inspiration found in fiction by implementing story into their day-to-day lives.


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Bex Skoog

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Bex Skoog is the creator of the 'Out of the Bex' website, a guide to a more thoughtful life through books and simple living. If she had three wishes they would be for teacups to never empty, to possess an unending supply of classic films, and have access to the world's greatest libraries. Bex lives in Virginia outside of Washington D.C. with her husband and hundreds of stray books.

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