- Words Without Music, by Philip Glass (left over from previous haul, released April 2015)
- Lilac Girls, by Martha Hall Kelly
- On Second Thought, by Kristan Higgins (Released Jan. 31, 2017)
- Huck Out West, by Robert Coover (Released Jan. 2017)
- The Patriots, by Sana Krasikov (released Jan. 24, 2017)
Bone Box, by Faye Kellerman (releases Feb. 2017)A tremendously satisfying cold case mystery procedural. One in a long-running series, and I’m inclined to seek out the others.
- I See You, by Clare Mackintosh (released Feb. 21, 2017)
- The Fortunate Ones, by Ellen Umansky (released Feb. 2017)
- Setting Free the Kites, by Alex George (Released Feb. 21, 2017)
- We Are Okay, by Nina LaCour (released Feb. 14, 2017)
- Gilded Cage, by Vic James (released Feb. 14, 2017)
- The Lonely Hearts Hotel, by Heather O’Neill (released Feb. 7, 2017)
The Underworld, by Kevin Canty (Releases March 2017)Inspired by real events. At times intensely gripping, other times pretty lackluster. If you’re into gritty “reality,” this might be for you.
In the Name of the Family, by Sarah Dunant (releases March 7, 2017)While I enjoyed the inclusion of Niccolo Machiavelli into this novel about the end of the Borgia papacy, I didn’t care for its being written in present tense. Dead Letters, by Caite Dolan-Leach (Released March 2017)Another twisty turny mystery full of some sordid little realities of the world. Takes a VERY unexpected twist at the end. Well played, author, well played.
Bleaker House: Chasing My Novel to the End of the World, by Nell Stevens (releases March 14, 2017)Odd little story – half memoir, half drafts of fiction. Works surprisingly well. The Hollywood Daughter, by Kate Alcott (Release March 7, 2017)A sufficiently engrossing read, but at its core bears a striking similarity to her earlier work, A Touch of Stardust.
- The Wanderers, by Meg Howrey (released March 14, 2017)
- Becoming Leonardo: An Exploded View of the Life of Leonardo da Vinci, by Mike Lankford (released March 2017)
The Family Gene: A Mission to Turn My Deadly Inheritance Into a Hopeful Future, by Joselin Linder (Releases March 2017)Fascinating, in a horrifying kind of way.
- The Tiger in the House, by Jacqueline Sheehan (Released March 2017)
- The Roanoke Girls, by Amy Engel (Released March 2017)
- The Gargoyle Hunters, by John Freeman Gill (released March 2017)
- A Crown of Wishes, by Roshani Chokshi (released March 28, 2017)
The Ashes of London, by Andrew Taylor (releases March 28, 2017)Gripping but straightforward murder mystery set in the aftermath of the Great Fire of London in 1666. Would make an excellent travel read.
- Sins of Empire, by Brian McClellan (released March 7, 2017)
- The Arrangement, by Sarah Dunn (released March 21, 2017)
- The Barrowfields, by Phillip Lewis (releases April 2017)
- Music of the Ghosts, by Vaddey Ratner (releases April 2017)
- The Women in the Castle, by Jessica Shattuck (releases April 4, 2017)
- Unearthly Things, by Michelle Gagnon (releases April 2017)
- The Excellent Lombards, by Jane Hamilton (releases April 4, 2017)
- Toward a Secret Sky, by Heather Maclean (releases April 4, 2017)
- Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, by Gail Honeyman (releases May 9, 2017)
- Confessions of a Domestic Failure, by Bunmi Laditan (releases May 2, 2017)
- Standard Deviation, by Katherine Heiny (releases May 2017)
- The Scribe of Siena, by Melodie Winawer (releases May 2017)
- The Original Ginny Moon, by Benjamin Ludwig (releases May 2017)
- Under a Sardinian Sky, by Sara Alexander (releases Spring 2017)
- Chemistry, by Weike Wang (releases June 2017)
- The Ultimatum, by Karen Robards (Releases June 1, 2017)
- Lonesome Lies Before Us, by Don Lee (releases June 2017)
- The Almost Sisters, by Joshilyn Jackson (releases July 2017)
- Devastation Road, by Jason Hewitt (releases July 3, 2017)
- Grace, by Paul Lynch (releases July 11, 2017)
- The Reluctant Queen (Queens of Renthia #2), by Sarah Beth Durst (Releases July 2017)
- The Thing With Feathers, by McCall Hoyle (releases Sept. 5, 2017)
DAYS UNTIL I PICK UP THE NEXT BATCH OF ARCS: 84
Do you think I’ll finish by then?