April bookshelf

I updated the Win Books page for April and I’m really excited about these thrillers! This is a great collection of NY Times bestsellers, solid storytellers and some newbies.

Andrew Gross offers up his latest, Everything to Lose. If you’re not familiar with Gross, and you should be – his thriller training was with the master himself, James Patterson. I adore Lisa Scottoline and her newest, Keep Quiet, is up for grabs. M.J. Rose is back with another historical thriller with erotic overtones in The Collector of Dying Breaths. Whirlwind by Rick Mofina, Code Zero by Jonathan Maberry and Warriors by Ted Bell will delight thriller fans. Also on the bookshelf – The Johnstown Girls by Kathleen George, Stalk Me by Richard Parker, Say That to My Face by Bernard Maestas,  Courier by Terry Irving, and Hanging by a Hair by one of my favorites, Nancy J. Cohen.

If you are new to the site, each month I run a contest in conjunction with the International Thriller Writers group. We put together a list of books including bestsellers and debut authors, so you can win some of your favorites and find some new favorites.

What makes this contest really special is that all of the books (except ebooks) are signed by the author!

Don’t forget, if you subscribe to the newsletter or follow this blog, you get an extra entry into every contest you enter.

Thanks for reading, and good luck!

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2 Responses to April bookshelf

  1. Barbara Kaforke says:

    I’m 63 & have been using your website for 8-9 yrs. now & thanks to you & your contributors I have read so many books that I would have never read. Thanks for introducing me to new authors who are very talented. However, your original web site was much better. Really miss the alphabetical listing. The old one was also easier to read and navigate. Thank you so much for your efforts.

    • Stacy Alesi says:

      Thanks for your input, Barbara. I just found the old layout too unwieldy with that many reviews. But the biggest drawback was the lack of searchability. Now I have categories & tags – if you want thrillers or romance or book discussion titles, just click on those! Finally, the old alphabetical lists are still available; click on Archives. Unfortunately, the newer reviews are not alpha, I had to make some hard choices due to my time constraints. I hope you find the more frequent updates a plus as well. Thanks for writing & I hope you’ll keep coming back.

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