On My Radar Late February, Early March

C.S. Harris

When Maidens Mourn
Sebastian St. Cyr Mysteries
Release date, March 6, 2012
hardcover: 9780451235770 

Madeline Hunter

The Surrender of Miss Fairbourne
Fairbourne Quartet (new)
Release date, March 6, 2012

Leigh LaValle

The Runaway Countess
Release date, March 6, 2012

Caroline Linden

Blame it on Bath
deLacey series
Release date, February 28, 2012

Julia London

The Revenge of Lord Eberlin
Secrets of Hadley Hall series
Release date, February 21, 2012

Sarah MacLean
A Rogue by Any Other Name
The First Rule of Scoundrels series
Release date, February 28, 2012

Mia Marlowe

Touch of a Rogue
Touch of Seduction series
Release date, March 1, 2012

Sophia Nash

Between the Duke and the Deep Blue Sea
The Royal Entourage series (new)
Release date, February 28, 2012

Lynsay Sands

The Husband Hunt
Madison Sisters series
Release date, February 28, 2012

The Title Caught My Eye:

A. Lee Martinez

Emperor Mollusk Versus the Sinister Brain
Release date, March 5, 2012

Sarah Bowers

The Needle in the Blood
Historical fiction.  A tale of the Bayeux tapestry
U.S. release date, March 1, 2012

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1 comment:

Belgie said...

The Needle in the Blood is based off of true events in British history. The tapestry central to this story actually exists and depicts the events that lead to Norman control. One particular scene woven into the tapestry shows the Bishop Odo caressing the face of his mistress. Quite possibly this was the inspiration for this work of fiction.

The writing is intelligent and engaging. Be forewarned though, this is not a light read. It's obvious Ms. Bower spent time researching historical events and the time period for accuracy. Besides forbidden love, it's also a tale of survival and politics of the era. One just doesn't know what will happen next during the reading.