I have had a pretty awesome week book-wise, having been lucky enough to receive several amazing novels that I am quite excited to read. I have been waiting for several of these novels for some time now and I have very high hopes for all of them.
The Pariah by Anthony Ryan
The first book on this list is one of the most anticipated fantasy releases of 2021, The Pariah by Anthony Ryan. Ryan is a highly regarded fantasy author who has written some incredible sounding novels over the last few years, and his latest one, The Pariah looks to be particularly awesome. The first entry in a whole new series, The Pariah will follow a notorious outlaw who goes a deadly mission of vengeance. This book has so much potential and it is likely to be one of the best books of the year.
I was pretty pleased to receive the cool new debut, The Dying Squad by Adam Simcox. The Dying Squad is interesting and fun read that follows a recently deceased detective who must solve his own murder in order to save his soul from purgatory. I am very keen to see how this new novel turns out and I think it will be a great read.
The Devil’s Advocate by Steve Cavanagh
The master of the twisty legal thriller, Steve Cavanagh, returns with another cool and unique case. His latest book, The Devil’s Advocate, sees his conman lawyer protagonist, Eddie Flynn, attempt to save an innocent man accused of murder from a deadly prosecutor who thrives on death sentence cases. This should be a truly awesome read, and I cannot wait to see all the cool twists and turns Cavanagh includes.
Hostage by Clare Mackintosh
The thrillers keep on rolling in, as I was also lucky enough to get a copy of the new Clare Mackintosh novel, Hostage. This intriguing novel follows a flight attendant aboard a major international flight who finds her daughter held hostage and must bring down the plane in order to save her. I am very interested in seeing how this book turns out, and it should be a great read.
Rabbit Hole by Mark Billingham
I have to say that I really love the premise of this next cool book I have received, Rabbit Hole by Mark Billingham. This novel features a murder in a secure ward, where all the patients and staff are considered suspects, and the protagonist is a former cop turned mental patient, who may have committed the crime herself. This book sounds extremely dark and I am expecting a very intense psychological thriller/mystery.
Rogue Asset by Andy McDermott
Get ready for an intense thrill ride with the latest Alex Reeve novel by Andy McDermott, Rogue Asset. This new Alex Reeve novel follows the titular rogue spy as he once again finds himself dragged into an deadly conspiracy where everyone wants to kill him. I look forward to checking this book out and I imagine it is going to be an absolute blast to get through.
The Swift and the Harrier by Minette Walters
Bestselling historical fiction author, Minette Walters returns with a brand new historical epic, The Swift and the Harrier. This latest book is set in the English Civil War and looks set to portray a dark and dramatic tale of love and loss on the battlefield. I am rather intrigued by this new release, and it should be quite a compelling and moving read.
Corporal Hitler’s Pistol by Tom Keneally
The final book I have received is the rather unique and interesting Australian historical fiction novel, Corporal Hitler’s Pistol. Written by bestselling Australian author Tom Keneally, whose previous work Schindler’s Ark, was adapted into the iconic film, Schindler’s List. His latest book is set in 1933 Kempsey, New South Wales, and features a murder that was committed using the Luger formerly owned by Hitler during World War I. This looks to be one of the most unique historical fiction reads of 2021, and I am extremely curious to see what happens in it.
Well that’s the end of this latest Book Haul post. As you can see I have quite a bit of reading to do at the moment thanks to all these awesome books that have come in. Let me know which of the above you are most interested in and make sure to check back in a few weeks to see my reviews of them.