New Releases: Books (February 3, 2011)

It’s wintry and cold this week, so curl up with a cup of hot cocoa, your favorite blanket and the lastest book releases!

As One by Mardad Baghai and James QuigleyBuy Now!
A leadership book all about the leadership you can get when you don’t appoint any leaders. Huh?

In the Blink of an Eye: Dale, Daytona, and the Day That Changed Everything by Michael WaltripBuy Now!
One of the NASCAR racers involved in the wreck that killed Dale Earnhardt Sr. discusses his life before and after the tragedy. We’re sure that sucked, but since the racers still drive in circles, we don’t know that everything changed.

The Pioneer Woman: Black Heels to Tractor Wheels by Ree DrummondBuy Now!
A non-fiction story of a big city socialite who meets and marries a super-hot, rugged cowboy and goes to live on his ranch. Sounds a bit like “gloating” to us.

Blackveil by Kristen BritainBuy Now!
Book Four of the Green Rider series. Having been whisked to a fantasy world, a former college student becomes a Green Rider, one of the King’s messengers. It’s kind of like FedEx, but with unicorns.

The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine by Michael LewisBuy Now!
The acclaimed financial journalist explains how and why the U.S. economy tanked. And you thought doomsday machines were just for mad scientists!

Fatal Error by J.A. JanceBuy Now!
Forty-year-old Ali Reynolds is a waitress in her parent’s restaurant, a police cadet-in-training, and her friend’s only hope when her friend’s fiancé is murdered and discovered to be a serial killer. She is also clearly a coffee achiever.

Swamplandia! by Karen ReynoldsBuy Now!
This debut novel from the acclaimed author of the short-story collection St. Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves is without a doubt the best book about an alligator-wrestling theme park you’ll read all week.

A Crafty Killing by Lorraine BartlettBuy Now!
When young widow Katie Bonner’s business partner in the Artisan’s Alley art studio is killed, she tries to solve the mystery to clear her name. We were hoping it was about a serial killer who murders people with crochet needles, but no dice.


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