Weekly Reads: September 3rd


September has finally arrived, which means cooler temperatures have to be on the horizon! Maryland didn’t get the memo and the weather is nothing short of steamy here. At least it’s Labor Day, which means I’m soaking up a three day weekend.

This week I’m planning to read…

img_8630Kicking off the month of September is THE GUILTY DEAD. I’m about halfway through this one and loving it. The story has definitely hit it’s stride and I’m loving the read. Last year I read NOTHING STAYS BURIED and thought it was brilliant. The Monkeewrench series, at least from the two books I’ve read, seems to be an easy one to read out of order.

Next up will be #FASHIONVICTIM, which was just selected as a September Book of the Month selection. I didn’t originally have this one on my radar, but with the lovely folks over at Crooked Lane Books asked if I was interested I jumped at the opportunity to read a book with a tagline of “Bitches get stitches” and a comparison of Heathers meets The Devil Wears Prada. Sign me up!

Once I’m back into the work groove tomorrow I’ll be starting my final Louise Penny book, GLASS HOUSES as my audiobook selection. I’ll then have to wait impatiently for KINGDOM OF THE BLIND to come out and after that I’m sure I’ll enter into a sense of mourning from not having my beloved Chief Inspector Gamache around to keep me company each month.

Rounding out the week and taking me into the weekend will be a highly anticipated read for me, GUESS WHO. I almost bought this one from Book Depository a few months ago because I loved the synopsis so much. I am so grateful to Hanover Square Press for sending me a copy. I think it’s going to be a book that I’ll absolutely love!

What are you reading this week? Have you read any of these titles?

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