LibraryReads List March 2018

By Emily Z.

In the land of LibraryReads, March appears to be a month for a little madness, or at least, some psychologically intriguing thrillers and realistic fictional dramas filled with twists and trials. The other thread that seems to be linking most of these titles together? Complex female protagonists with troubled pasts. Perhaps this is a subtle nod to National Women’s History Month? Although, not all of these women are paragons of virtue (two of these books even have “lie” in the title). In Sometimes I Lie, a woman trapped inside her own mind must piece together how she ended up in her coma. She has her suspicions, but she’s not entirely above suspicion herself.

Standing definitively apart from this pack is Patricia Briggs’ Burn Bright, the long awaited continuation of her Alpha and Omega series that centers around relationships between werewolf clans.

What new release(s) are you excited for this month? Did the Library Reads librarians miss anything?

I am personally quite curious about The Silent Companions by Laura Purcell. I am easily tempted by Victorian supernatural mysteries, especially when there’s a creepy doll.


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4 responses to “LibraryReads List March 2018”

  1. Lindsey A. says:

    The Silent Companions is on my list, too! I also enjoy a good creepy Victorian doll yarn. i have Girls Burn Brighter on the hold shelf for me right now and I’m really looking forward to it!

  2. Jackie P. says:

    I have heard nothing but good things about the Lippman title.

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