These new book releases will surely make your TBR a little bit more hefty
From truly terrifying mysteries to a masterful eye for historical detail, the new books to read in March will undoubtedly give you sunnier days ahead. The end of summer is a bittersweet time, but there’s no better way to celebrate the warmer weather than with new reads.
Here’s our take on some of the best new books to read in March 2023.
The Golden Spoon
By Jessa Maxwell
Full of unexpected twists and turns, The Golden Spoon is made for the mystery buffs. The thriller novel follows a killer on the loose after someone turns up dead on the set of TV’s hottest baking competition. If you’re fans of Nita Prose, Richard Osman, and Anthony Horowitz, then this page turner is perfect for you.
The Love Wager
By Lynn Painter
For the hopeless romantic, this book will have all the heart-melting moments that will tickle your fancy. This romance novel follows Hallie Piper and Jack – the guy whose room she’d snuck out of – who make a wager on who can find love first, but when they agree to be fake dates for a weekend wedding, all bets are off. As they pretend to be a couple, lines become blurred and they each struggle to remember why the other was a bad idea to begin with.
By Ann Napolitano
This contemporary literature follows an emotionally layered and engrossing story about family, love, and the life we choose to live. Vibrating with tenderness, Hello Beautiful is a gorgeous, profoundly moving portrait of what’s possible when we choose to love someone not in spite of who they are, but because of it.
The London Séance Society
By Sarah Penner
From the author of the sensational bestseller The Lost Apothecary comes a spellbinding tale about two daring women who hunt for truth and justice in the perilous art of conjuring the dead. The novel follows Lenna Wickes who has come to Paris to find answers about her sister’s death, but to do so, she must embrace the unknown and overcome her own logic-driven bias against the occult.
By Victor LaValle
This historical fiction blends a mixture oof history, prose, and horror all together. Lone Women is the gripping story of a woman desperate to bury her past—and a portrait of early twentieth-century America like you’ve never seen.
Hang the Moon
By Jeannette Walls
This novel follows Sallie Kincaid who is the daughter of the biggest man in a small town, the charismatic Duke Kincaid. Born at the turn of the 20th century into a life of comfort and privilege, Sallie remembers little about her mother who died in a violent argument with the Duke. When Sallie tries to teach young Eddie to be more like their father, her daredevil coaching leads to an accident, and Sallie is cast out. Nine years later, she returns, determined to reclaim her place in the family.
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