April is coming in any way it chooses this year. Sorry I’m late with my post.

Normally I’d have had this post up by the 15th of the month. Things got a bit busy this year. My eldest grandson told us he was going to ask his girlfriend to marry him. None of us expected this till they’d graduated college next year. On top of that I’m dealing with the holiday I dislike the most. PASSOVER!

I spend and cook more food for the first three days of this holiday then I do for a month any other time of the year. Adding in that the Seder will be at my younger daughter’s house out on Long Island I have to cook in my kitchen and then shlep it out there still warm is making me extremely unhappy.

So, to make all of you happy I’m going to be posting my April list of new titles releases and have added some new authors to the list. I hope you find something interesting to read.

As always this is a multi-genre attempt at entertaining you and introducing you to some really great stories.


April 2021 

Week of April 1st – 9th

The Last Night in London – A Novel – Karen White

The Bookshop in London – A Novel of World War II – Madeline Martin

Northern Spy – A Novel – Flynn Berry

Last Seen – Michael O’Higgins #2 – Kent Harrington

The French Paradox – Wine Country Mystery #11 – Ellen Crosby

You Love Me – A You Novel – Caroline Kepnes

The Drowning Kind – A Novel – Jennifer McMahon

Done Gone – A Hannah Ives Mystery #18 – Marcia Talley

A Wicked Conceit – Last Lady Darby Mystery – Anna Lee Huber

Deceptions – A Helena Marsh Novel – Anne Porter

Stilettos, Bow Ties & Dead Guys – Gianna Mancini Mystery #4 – Jennifer Fischetto

The Bookstore on the Beach – A Novel – Brenda Novak  

Week of April 12th

The Perfect Marriage – A Novel – Adam Mitzner

Turn a Blind Eye – William Warwick Novel #13 – Jeffrey Archer

Death with a Double Edge – A Daniel Pitt Novel – Anne Perry

Finding Elodie – SEAL Team Hawaii – Susan Stoker

Bookshop by the Sea – A Contemporary Romance – Denise Hunter

The Devil’s Hand – A Thriller – Jack Carr

One Got Away – Nikki Griffin Mystery #2 – S.A. Letchuk

Ocean Prey – A Lucas Davenport Mystery #31 – John Sandford

A Changing Light – A Quaker Midwife Mystery – Edith Maxwell

Bitterroot Lake – A Novel of Suspense – Alicia Beckman

Week of April 19th 

Legacy of War – Courtney Family #16 – Wilber Smith

Step into my Web – A Death & Moonlight Mystery – Cynthia Eden

Hour of the Witch – A Novel – Chris Bohjalian

Farewell My Herring – Herring Mystery #6 – L.C. Tylor

In Her Tracks – A Tracy Crosswhite Novel – Robert Dugoni

The Warlord – Rise of the Warlords #1 – Gena Showalter

Ocean Prey – Lucas Davenport #31/ Virgil Flowers #13 – John Sandford

Week of April 26th

Chaos on CatNet – CatNet Novel #2 – Naomi Kritzer

The Ghost and the Haunted Portrait – Haunted Bookshop #7 – Cleo Coyle

For Batter or Worse – A Cupcake Bakery Mystery – Jenn McKinlay

Meant to be Immortal – Argeneau #32 – Lynsay Sands

Against the Wild – The Brodies of Alaska – Kat Martin

Heiress in Red Silk – A Duke’s Heiress Romance #2 – Madeline Hunter

Picnic in Someday Valley – A Honey Creek Novel – Jodi Thomas

Anchored Hearts – Keys to Love #2 – Priscilla Oliveras

An Earl, the girl, and a Toddler – Rogues and Remarkable Women #2 – Vanessa Riley

Loving Mrs. Bontrager – A Little Child Will Lead Them #3 – Loree Lough

Samuel’s Return – The Amish of Southern Maryland #6 – Susan Lantz Simpson

Lone Wolf – Western Novel – Diana Palmer/ Rebecca Zanetti/ Kate Pearce

Churchill’s Secret Messenger – A Historical Novel – Alan Hlad

The Gambit – Kirk McGarvey #26 – David Hagberg

Lemon Drop Dead – Amish Candy Shop #6 – Amanda Flower

Murder at the Taffy Shop – A Cozy Capers Book Group Mystery – Maddie Day

Murder in the Cookbook Nook – Book Retreat Mystery #7 – Ellery Adams

Wining and Dying – A Cookbook Nook Mystery – Daryl Wood Gerber

Picnic in Someday Valley – A Honey Creek Novel – Jodi Thomas

Damsel in a Dress – A Perfectly Proper Paranormal Museum Mystery – Kirsten Weiss.


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2 responses to “April is coming in any way it chooses this year. Sorry I’m late with my post.

  1. Ellen Rappaport

    Hi Nora Adrienne. I’m wondering if it’s ok to mention authors I enjoy that you might consider for your lust. I think you already include V.M. Burns, but please think about Elly Griffiths. She has just started a new series besides the Ruth Galloway series.