Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Hot Reads from Dutton for the Summer

I got an email today from Dutton publicizing their hot summer titles. Are any of these on your wishlist?

by Richelle Mead (on sale June 4)

Richelle Mead is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the wildly popular Vampire Academy series,and now we are thrilled to bring her legion of fans Gameboard of the Gods, her very first adult novel. Set in a dystopian near-future, the Republic of United North America (RUNA) has imposed strict laws that deny all existence of religion or the supernatural. When formerly exiled Justin March is sent back to the RUNA to investigate a string of ritualistic murders, he finds himself paired with a beautiful and unlikely partner. Action-packed and full of romance, Gameboard of the Gods is a thrilling start to what promises to be another exceptional series from Mead.

by Lori Roy (on sale June 13) 

Following Lori Roy’s Edgar-Award winning and critically-acclaimed debut novel Bent Road comes Until She Comes Home. Set in 1958 Detroit, it is a novel of spellbinding psychological suspense in which a pair of seemingly unrelated murders crumbles the fa├žade of a once-respectable Detroit neighborhood. Amongst her many fans is author Dennis Lehane, who declared that “Lori Roy’s voice is a welcome addition to American fiction.”

by Bee Ridgway (on sale April 23) 

This imaginative novel from debut author Bee Ridgway is full of genre-bending wonder. In The River of No Return, Nick Davenant, born Lord Nicholas Falcott, is a member of an elite group of time-travelers tasked with protecting the events of the past. But when Nick returns to his past in 1815’s England and is reunited with a mysterious love interest, Julia Percy, he finds himself in the midst of a power struggle that will shape the future. The River of No Return is a fresh and fascinating story that will enthrall readers. 

by Julie Garwood (on sale August 6)

#1 New York Times bestselling author Julie Garwood returns with a novel of family drama, suspense, and—of course—romance. While trying to run and maintain the family resort, Peyton and her sister soon find themselves in over their heads. It becomes apparent that their efforts are being sabotaged, but she refuses to let the threats scare her—until she’s nearly killed. She calls on her childhood friend and protector, Finn MacBain, now with the FBI, and asks for his help. He saved her life once; he can do it again.

Hotshot and Gameboard of the Gods are on my wishlist already.

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