“The First Rule” by Robert Crais: Private investigator Joe Pike teams up with partner Elvis Cole to solve the murders of businessman Frank Meyer and his family. Pike, who has ties to Meyer, finds himself drawn into a dangerous investigation filled with betrayal and vengeance.
Also expected out this week is Beth Hoffman’s debut novel, “Saving Ceecee Honeycutt,” in which 12-year-old CeeCee is left on her own after a truck hits and kills her crazy mother. Her great-aunt Tootie Caldwell comes to the girl’s rescue, delivering her into a world of Southern eccentricity in this story that embraces the strength of female friendship.
Also hitting shelves: “36 Arguments for the Existence of God: A Work of Fiction” by Rebecca Goldstein; “Alice I Have Been” by Melanie Benjamin; “Beneath the Lion’s Gaze” by Maaza Mengiste; “Betrayal of the Blood Lily” by Lauren Willig; “Death of a Valentine” by M.C. Beaton; “Sleepless” by Charlie Huston; “The Swan Thieves” by Elizabeth Kostova; “Treasure Hunt” by John Lescroart; and “Where the God of Love Hangs Out” by Amy Bloom.
Look for reviews of "Saving Ceecee Honeycutt" and "Sleepless" to come to The Book Nook soon.