2014 is shaping up to be a banner year for readers, and as you put together your “Year at a Glance,” be sure to mark the release dates for these brand new page-turners. Now grab some reading glasses, and make it your year to sit back, relax, and tackle this list!
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1. Unlucky 13
by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
Mackie Morales is said to be “the most deranged and dangerous mind the Women’s Murder Club has ever encountered.” Will they find her before she finds them? Available this May.
by Kay, Korie, Missy, Jessica, and Lisa Robertson
When The Women of Duck Commander: Surprising Insights from the Women Behind the Beards About What Makes This Family Work is released this April, take a peek into the real power behind this dynasty.
by Danielle Paige
Novelist Danielle Paige has been tagged to write three books and three digital novellas re-imagining L. Frank Baum’s classic Oz. This first — available in April — has been described as The Wizard of Oz meets Kill Bill.
by Janet Evanovich
Starting this June, Evanovich fans will follow her latest journey through a wacky world populated by thugs, crooks, hookers, and a certain sexy-little bounty hunter named Stephanie Plum.
5. Rising Tide
by Randy Roberts and Ed Krzemienski
In August, sports fans will score with a story about Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant and his star quarterback at the University of Alabama, Joe Namath. During the civil rights movement, they turned football into a national pastime by leading the Crimson Tide to a national championship.
by Tim Dorsey
If you like Carl Hiaasen, you’ll love this laugh-out-loud crime caper starring Florida trivia buff and lovable serial killer Serge Storms. Place this tasty treat on your eBook reader the last week of January.
7. The Web
by Jonathan Kellerman, adapted by Ande Parks, and illustrated by Michael Gaydos
Kellerman, known as the “king of psychological suspense,” thrills fans with a graphic novel version of his best-selling novel, The Web. This graphic novel debuts in May.
by Hillary Rodham Clinton
Left and Right alike, this June, everyone will be talking about the political book of the year. The possible 2016 presidential candidate reflects on the key moments during her time as Secretary of State, as well as her thoughts about how to navigate the challenges of the 21st century.
9. Mr. Mercedes
by Steven King
After a hit-and-run driver plows through a job fair waiting line and kills eight, retired cop Bill Hodges and a couple of highly unlikely allies must track down the driver. Why? He’s promised to do it again, and this time even more will die. The car chase begins this June.
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