Books of the month

Books of the month for October

General Fiction: Patrick Gale – A Place Called Winter

British Crime: Anthony Quinn – Curtain Call

Tough Crime: Jason Starr – Savage Lane

Science Fiction: S. K. Dunstall – Linesman

Fantasy: Evie Manieri – Blood's Pride ( Shattered Kingdoms #1 )

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: Jan DeLima – Celtic Moon

Classic of the Month: Mary Shelley – Frankenstein

Teen reading: Chris Priestly – Anything That isn't This

Patrick Gale – A Place Called WinterAnthony Quinn – Curtain CallJason Starr – Savage LaneS. K. Dunstall – LinesmanEvie Manieri – Blood's Pride ( Shattered Kingdoms #1 )Jan DeLima – Celtic Moon Frankenstein - Mary ShelleyChris Priestly – Anything That isn't This

Books of the month for September

General Fiction: Jill Alexander Essbaum – Hausfrau

British Crime: M. J. Carter – The Strangler Vine

Tough Crime: F. H. Batagan – Smaller and Smaller Circles

Science Fiction: Kieran Shea – Koko Takes a Holiday

Fantasy: Joshua Palmatier – Shattering the Ley (Trilogy Two #1)

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: Jamie Schulz – Premonitions

Classic of the Month: Dashiell Hammett – Red Harvest

Teen reading: Jenn Bennett – Night Owls

Hausfrau - Jill Alexander EssbaumThe Strangler Vine - M J CarterF. H. Batagan – Smaller and Smaller CirclesKieran Shea – Koko Takes a HolidayJoshua Palmatier – Shattering the Ley (Trilogy Two #1)Jamie Schulz – PremonitionsDashiell Hammett – Red HarvestJenn Bennett – Night Owls

Books of the month for August

General Fiction: Roxanne Gay – Untamed State

British Crime: Quintin Jardine – Mathew's Tale

Tough Crime: Wiley Cash – This Dark Road to Mercy

Science Fiction: John Scalzi – Lock In

Fantasy: Ishbelle Bee – Singular & Extraordinary Tale of Mirror & Goliath: From the Peculiar Adventures of John Lovehar

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: M. L. Brennan – Generation V

Classic of the Month: Wilkie Collins – The Moonstone

Teen reading: Julie Mayhew The Big Lie

Roxanne Gay – Untamed StateQuintin Jardine – Mathew's TaleWiley Cash – This Dark Road to MercyJohn Scalzi – Lock InIshbelle Bee – Singular & Extraordinary Tale of Mirror & Goliath: From the Peculiar Adventures of John LoveharM. L. Brennan – Generation VWilkie Collins – The MoonstoneJulie Mayhew – The Big Lie

Books of the month for July

General Fiction: Peter Nichols – The Rocks

British Crime: Claire Mackintosh I Let You Go

Tough Crime: Lisa Brackmann – Rock Paper Tiger

Science Fiction: Danni Kollin, Eytan Kollin – Unincorporated Man (#1)

Fantasy: Chris Evans – Of Bone and Thunder

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: David B. CoeSpell Blind

Classic of the Month: Harper Lee – To Kill a Mockingbird

Teen reading: Leah Thomas  Because You'll Never Meet Me

Peter Nichols – The RocksClaire Mackintosh – I Let You GoLisa Brackmann – Rock Paper TigerDanni Kollin, Eytan Kollin – Unincorporated Man (#1)Chris Evans – Of Bone and Thunder David B. Coe – Spell Blind Harper Lee – To Kill a Mockingbird Leah Thomas – Because You'll Never Meet Me

Books of the month for June

General Fiction: Judy Chicurel – If I Knew You Were Going To Be This Beautiful, I Never Would Have Let You Go

British Crime: Frances Brody – Death of an Avid Reader (Kate Shackleton Mysteries #6)

Tough Crime: Bryan Quertermous – Murder Boy

Science Fiction: Charles Gannon – Fire with Fire

Fantasy: K. M. Mcinley – The Iron Ship

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: Clay Griffith, Susan Griffith  Shadow Revolution (Crown & Key)

Classic of the Month: Flann O'Brien – Third Policeman

Teen reading: Steve Brezenoff – Guy in Real Life

Judy Chicurel – If I Knew You Were Going To Be This Beautiful, I Never Would Have Let You Go Frances Brody – Death of an Avid Reader (Kate Shackleton Mysteries #6) Bryan Quertermous – Murder Boy Charles Gannon – Fire with FireK. M. Mcinley – The Iron ShipClay Griffith, Susan Griffith – Shadow Revolution (Crown & Key) Flann O'Brien – Third Policeman Steve Brezenoff – Guy in Real Life

Books of the month for May

General Fiction: Luke Brown – My Biggest Lie

British Crime: Mark Sanderson Robin Hood Yard

Tough Crime: Lou Berney – The Long and Faraway Gone

Science Fiction: Jane Lindskold – Artemis Awakening

Fantasy: S. Andrew Swann – Dragon Princess

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: John Birmingham – Emergence: Dave vs. the Monsters

Classic of the Month: Joseph ConradThe Secret Agent

Teen reading: Cammie McGovern Say What You Will

Luke Brown – My Biggest LieMark Sanderson – Robin Hood YardLou Berney – The Long and Faraway Gone Jane Lindskold – Artemis AwakeningS. Andrew Swann – Dragon PrincessJohn Birmingham – Emergence: Dave vs. the Monsters Joseph Conrad – The Secret AgentCammie McGovern – Say What You Will

Books of the month for April

General Fiction: Rufi Thorpe – The Girls From Corona del Mar

British Crime: Matthew Frank – If I Should Die

Tough Crime: Salar Abdoh – Tehran at Twilight

Science Fiction: Ursula K. Le Guin – The Left Hand of Darkness

Fantasy: Stephen Leigh – Immortal Muse

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: Lynsay Sands – The Immortal Who Loved Me

Classic of the Month: William Shakespeare – Macbeth

Teen reading: Jandy Nelson – I'll Give You the Sun

Rufi Thorpe – The Girls From Corona del MarMatthew Frank – If I Should DieSalar Abdoh – Tehran at Twilight Ursula K. Le Guin – The Left Hand of DarknessStephen Leigh – Immortal MuseLynsay Sands – The Immortal Who Loved MeWilliam Shakespeare – MacbethJandy Nelson – I'll Give You the Sun

Books of the month for March

General Fiction: Laline Paull – The Bees

British Crime: Judith Flanders – A Murder of Magpies

Tough Crime: Yuri Herrera – Signs Preceding the End of the World

Science Fiction: Rjurik Davidson – Unwrapped Sky

Fantasy: Katherine Addison – The Goblin Emperor

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: Diana Rowland – How the White Trash Zombie Got Her Groove Back

Classic of the Month: Charlotte Brontë – Villette

Teen reading: Lee Harper – To Kill A Mockingbird

Laline Paull – The BeesJudith Flanders – A Murder of MagpiesYuri Herrera – Signs Preceding the End of the WorldRjurik Davidson – Unwrapped SkyKatherine Addison – The Goblin EmperorDiana Rowland – How the White Trash Zombie Got Her Groove Back Charlotte Brontë – Villette Harper Lee – To Kill A Mockingbird

Books of the month for February

General Fiction: Dinaw Mengestu – All Our Names

British Crime: Susan Elia MacNeal – Mr Churchill's Secretary (Maggie Hope #1)

Tough Crime: Edney Silvestre – Happiness is Easy

Science Fiction: Allen Steele – V-S Day

Fantasy: Marshall Ryan Maresca – The Thorn of Dentonhill (Maradaine #1)

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: Anne Bishop – Written in Red (Others #1)

Classic of the Month: Aldous Huxley – Brave New World

Teen reading: Kate Hendrick – The Accident

Dinaw Mengestu – All Our NamesSusan Elia MacNeal – Mr Churchill's Secretary (Maggie Hope #1) Edney Silvestre – Happiness is Easy Allen Steele – V-S DayMarshall Ryan Maresca – The Thorn of Dentonhill (Maradaine #1) Anne Bishop – Written in Red (Others #1) Aldous Huxley – Brave New World Kate Hendrick – The Accident

Books of the month for January

General Fiction: Matt Haig – The Humans

British Crime: Ann Granger – The Testimony of the Hanged Man

Tough Crime: G. M. Ford – Chump Change (Leo Waterman #8)

Science Fiction: Jacey Bedford – Empire of Dust (Psi-Tech #1)

Fantasy: C. S. Friedman – Dreamwalker (#1)

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: Karen Marie Moning – Iced (O'Malley #1)

Classic of the Month: Djuna Barnes – Nightwood

Teen reading: Jennifer Niven – All the Bright Places

The Humans by Matt HaigThe Testimony of the Hanged Man by Ann GrangerChump Change (Leo Waterman #8)  by G. M. FordEmpire of Dust (Psi-Tech #1) by Jacey BedfordDreamwalker (#1) by C. S. FriedmanIced (O'Malley #1) by Karen Marie MoningNightwood by Djuna BarnesAll the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

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