New Book Releases :: September 10th, 2019

by Sean Frankel

These are all the new releases for September 10th! #titletuesday

We are super excited about the brand new Margaret Atwood book! Can’t wait to dive in to it!


The New Releases
A Treason of Thorns by Laura E Weymouth – YA
Akin by Emma Donaghue – Lit. Fiction
As the Light Fades by Catherine West – Fiction
At Death’s Door by Sherrilyn Kenyon – Paranormal Romance
Boundless by R A Salvatore – Fantasy
Claiming Sarah by Susan Stoker – Romance
Frankly in Love by David Yoon – YA
Gideon the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir – Sci Fi
Gun Island by Amitav Ghosh – Lit. Fiction
Killer Instinct by James Patterson – Thriller
Life Is Short and Then You Die by Kelly Armstrong – YA
Lost and Found by Orson Scott Card – YA
Strands of Truth by Colleen Coble – Romance
The Ascent by Edward Brody – Fantasy
The Bitterest Pill by Robert B. Parker – Thriller
The Deception by Kat Martin – Romance
The Divers’ Game by Jesse Ball – Sci Fi
The Dog Who Lost His Bark by Eoin Colfer – Kids
The Fifth Column by Andrew Gross – Thriller
The Institute by Stephen King – Horror
The Last Train to London by Meg Waite Clayton – Historical
The Minor Third by Neil Patrick Harris – Kids
The Nanny by Gilly MacMillan – Mystery
The Nobodies by Liza Palmer – Fiction
The Second Chance Supper Club by Nicole Meier – Fiction
The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix Harrow – Fantasy
The Testaments by Margaret Atwood – Sci Fi
The Titanic Secret by Clive Cussler – Thriller
The Vanished Bride by Bella Ellis – Historical Mystery
Where the Light Enters by Sarah Donati – Historical

Our 7 Favorite New Book Releases In June 2019

By Sean Frankel

Summer has officially kicked off! It is definitely time to start picking up those new trendy summer reads to take with you on your vacation(s). Here are a few of the new releases this month that the Bounty Books team have put on our summer TBR (to be read) list.


1. Magic for liars by sarah gailey

Everything about this book that I have read so far has me acting like a little kid who is impatiently waiting for grandma to give me candy. Magic For Liars has everything you would want in a book –murder, magical academy, amazingly gifted magical professors, and estranged private investigator siblings. The book follows the character Ivy –someone who dislikes magic– and how she is investigating a murder, but also investigating the life she could have had… Releases June 4th, 2019.


2. Recursion by blake crouch

Blake Crouch is back at it again with another mind blowing novel. This novel takes everything we think about how the brain works and our memories and twists it in to a new phenomenon of thrills. By giving us the adventure of a neuroscientist who is working on a device to save people’s memories forever –allowing them to relive their first kiss or the greatest day of their life– but also uncovering ‘False Memory Syndrome’ which forces people’s brains to live a life they never lived, but while driving them absolutely crazy. Releases June 11th, 2019.


3. Dear wife by kimberly belle

This might be the next big psycho-thriller everyone has been waiting for after The Woman In the Window by A.J. Finn. This story is told in multiple perspectives and follows a plot that has many twists and turns. It will keep you guessing throughout the whole book and it will have you on a read-a-thon.


4. Sorcery of thorns by margaret rogerson

This book makes my life at the bookstore look like a travesty –because why can’t I be a battle ready bookseller who guards it from evil? Don’t get me wrong the love story part is all fine and dandy too, but I just want to slay demons. Okay, and maybe I want to live in a huge mansion too. Releases on June 4th, 2019.


5. Fix Her up by Tessa bailey

An old baseball star, Travis, gets injured and has to start anew. Travis goes back to his hometown to hammer out his frustrations in life working for a construction company that flips houses. He reconnects with old friends –especially his best-friends younger sister Georgie– who have all grown in to people that he doesn’t recognize anymore. This is a love story about re-connection, friendship morality, and re-discovery –everything that is perfect for a summer read! Releases June 11th, 2019.


6. Summer of ’69 by elin hilderbrand

This is the perfect flashback to the free love era. I mean, what happens when you go on vacation to enjoy chill vibes and have a good time on Nantucket Beach? The perfect summer read for all –full of drama and fun times– even being that it is a Historical Fiction Novel. Elin really did a great job taking us all back to 1969 and re-living a time that gave us Woodstock, short skirts, lava lamps, and Jimi Hendrix.. Releases June 18th, 2019.


7. Storm and fury by jennifer l. armentrout

Witches… Gargoyles… Ghosts… Angels… Demons… and a blind girl who can still see and communicate with them. A dangerous gift that Demons and Wardens are trying to devour to enhance their own power(s). A minor love story that is bound to develop through the rest of the series… This book is a spin-off from the Dark Elements series, and definitely brings in the cameos from characters in her other series as well. Jennifer has done a beautiful job at building her own fantasy world and making it come to life. Releases June 11th, 2019.