Hurray! September has arrived!! While there will still be some warm afternoons and humid evenings, I'm sure you've noticed trees beginning to shed leaves and anticipate some chilly days in your future. Of course living where we do, this time of year also means being prepared for Mother Nature's unexpected fury. And while I've never seen it listed on any preparedness list, I always make sure I have a book or two close by to grab in case of evacuation or having the opportunity to enjoy a rainy day with a good book.
I hope this list reminds you of some authors you've enjoyed in the past or a couple you've always meant to give a try. Have a great reading autumn.
Harland Coben ~ Don't Let Go
Reed Farrel Coleman ~ Robert B. Parker's The Hangman's Sonnet
Catherine Coulter ~ Enigma (also in large print)
Clive Cussler ~ The Romanov Ransom (also in large print)
Nelson DeMille ~ The Cuban Affair (also in large print)
Ken Follett ~ A Column of Fire
Stephen King ~ Sleeping Beauties
John LeCarre ~ A Legacy of Spies
Fern Michaels ~ Holly and Ivy (also in large print
James Patterson ~ Haunted
Anne Perry ~ An Echo of Murder: A William Monk Novel (also in large print)
J. D. Robb ~ Secrets in Death (also in large print)