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This week I decided to share the books I'm most eager to read. Most of these have been released in hardcover, but because I prefer paperbacks, I'm waiting for those editions to be released. I have to admit that I'm most excited for Ruth Ware's and B.A. Paris' new novels. I've read their previous books and really enjoy their writing. However, I'm also looking forward to the other two novels I'm sharing with all of you! I've heard good things about the books on this list... If any of you are debating whether to read any of these or you have already, share your thoughts with us down in the comments below (please no spoilers)!
The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware
On an ordinary day, Hal receives a strange letter referring to her upcoming inheritance. As she's reading it, she realizes that this letter has been sent to the wrong person. However, she's also realized that this newfound information could assist her in claiming the large sum of money. Soon enough, Hal finds herself at the funeral of the deceased...where she comes to terms with the fact that there is something very wrong about this situation and the letter she has "accidentally" received.
Bring Me Back by B.A. Paris
A young couple is driving through France on vacation when they decide to stop for gas. He runs in to pay, she stays in the car. When he returns to the car, her door is open, but she's nowhere near. That was the last time she was ever seen.
Ten years later, he's engaged and happy. Until one day, he comes home from work to find his wife-to-be holding something familiar in her hands. He's seen this familiar item before, and suddenly, memories of his missing first love come flooding back. Is it possible that his first love has returned years later? Or is the person who took her toying with his mind?
The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn
Anna Fox lives alone in her New York City home. She spends her day drinking wine, reminiscing on her past, and watching neighbors. One day, a new family moves into the house across the way. Anna soon comes to admire the perfect family. But when one night, she sees something she shouldn’t, Anna finds herself in the center of a dark secret with no way out.
The Good Samaritan by John Marrs
After Ryan has lost his pregnant wife in a mysterious suicide, he finds himself calling End of the Line for hope and assurance. He's immediately put through to Laura, an employee at End of the Line who finds herself craving calls from people who's hardships surpass hers. Will Ryan uncover his and Laura's truths before she gets her way?