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This month's My TBR List will be the June 2016 Reading Assignment edition--the three books selected to be voted on below are all from my 2016 Reading Assignment book list. I'm going to let go of my own reading schedule for the Reading Assignment this month and let everyone else choose one of my Reading Assignment books.
I had already decided on two of them, the winning My TBRL book will be the third, and then the fourth may or may not be one of these three books as well... or I could decide otherwise and choose yet another book.
We'll see where my reading mood takes me.
There is no rhyme or reason to why these three books were chosen... except maybe that two of them have the word "Hanover" in it.
Thanks to everyone for stopping by and voting!
Also, I will be out of town next weekend and might not be able to post the winning book announcement next Saturday. The post will more than likely go up on Monday, unless I am able to pre-schedule it somehow. Thanks!
The Hanover Square Affair by Ashley Gardner
-- Book 1 of Captain Lacey Mystery series
Cavalry captain Gabriel Lacey returns to Regency London from the Napoleonic wars, burned out, fighting melancholia, his career ended. His interest is perked when he learns of a missing girl, possibly kidnapped by a prominent member of Parliament. Lacey's search for the girl leads to the discovery of murder, corruption, and dealings with a leader of the underworld. He faces his own disorientation transitioning from a soldier's life to the civilian world at the same time, redefining his role with his former commanding officer and making new friends--from the top of society to the street girls of Covent Garden.
Icebound by Dean Koontz
A secret Arctic experiment becomes a frozen nightmare, when a team of scientists are set adrift on an iceberg--with a murderer in their midst, and a massive explosive charge only hours away from detonation.
Hanover House by Brenda Novak
-- Prequel (Book # 0.5) of The Evelyn Talbot Chronicles
Psychiatrist Evelyn Talbot has dedicated her life to solving the mysteries of the antisocial mind. Why do psychopaths act as they do? How do they come to be? Why don’t they feel any remorse for the suffering they cause? And are there better ways of spotting and stopping them?
After having been kidnapped, tortured and left for dead when she was just a teenager—by her high school boyfriend—she’s determined to understand how someone she trusted so much could turn on her. So she’s established a revolutionary new medical health center in the remote town of Hilltop, Alaska, where she studies the worst of the worst.
But not everyone in Hilltop is excited to have Hanover House and its many serial killers in the area. Alaskan State Trooper, Sergeant Amarok, is one of them. And yet he can’t help feeling bad about what Evelyn has been through. He’s even attracted to her. Which is partly why he worries.
He knows what could happen if only one little thing goes wrong...
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Again, thank you for stopping by and voting!
Previous My TBR List months at Ani's Book Abyss can be found at the Bookish Memes page.