As the new month gets underway, there are plenty of new books on the way. Here are some select releases for March that are worth checking out.
No matter what your cup of tea is when it comes to books, there isn’t much that you can’t find on Amazon. The online giant has solidified its place in the ebook world and physical copies are always a great option, too. This month, you’ll find a ton of new thrillers, sci-fi, fantasy, and non-fiction books, among many other genres.
Cemetery Road by Greg Iles
Greg Iles writes some lengthy books and this new one is no exception. It comes in at a little over 600 pages and it tells the tale of a successful journalist who left home when he was 18, never to return, until he finds out that his father is sick.
Daisy Jones & the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid
As someone who understands the importance of the music scene in Los Angeles, this book immediately grabbed my attention. The story revolves around Daisy Jones & the Six, a 70s rock band, with a dream of playing at the Whisky a Go Go. Music fans will love this one.
Star Wars: Queen’s Shadow by E.K. Johnston
With the number of books that Star Wars continues to crank out, this pick feels pretty obvious. E.K. Johnston previously wrote Ahsoka to fill in some blanks with the character and Ahsoka happens to be one of my favorite Star Wars characters. I’ll absolutely be checking this one out.
Bonus: Outer Order, Inner Calm by Gretchen Rubin
Wolf Pack by C.J. Box
Joe Pickett has his job back and if you’ve been following along with his story, you won’t want to miss this one. The game warden has to be asked by the FBI and DOJ to stand down in this story. What could possibly go wrong?
House on Fire by Bonnie Kistler
Bonnie Kistler brings us a tragic event that isn’t as straight-forward as it might seem. If you’re looking for some good suspense novel to dive into, consider checking this one out.
The DNA of You and Me by Andrea Rothman
This is the debut novel from Andrea Rothman and critics seems to be enjoying it. It gives a good portrayal of what it is like to work in a lab for academic purposes.
Run Away by Harlan Coben
This bestselling author knows how to write a suspense story. While I’m more familiar with his television work, I’ve been buying up his books faster than I can even start them.
Internment by Samira Ahmed
Set in the future, this book touches on topics of religion, prejudice, and race. While this is a work of fiction, it makes a statement about society today.
Lot: Stories by Bryan Washington
If short stories are more your speed, Bryan Washington has you covered. He covers a wide variety of humanity in these stories and it all revolves around people in the Houston area.
Fake Plastic Girl by Zara Lisbon
I’ve been hearing a lot about this YA novel and it almost seems as if it’s anything but a YA novel at heart. It’s another debut novel that makes the list and it’ll take you for quite the ride.
Cheer Up, Mr. Widdicombe by Evan James
For the comedy fans, please don’t think we forgot about you. The upcoming novel from Evan James has you covered with this eccentric family.
The Last Second by Catherine Coulter and J.T. Ellison
This espionage thriller will keep you on your toes. Coulter and Ellison are veterans and know just how to tell a competing story.
What books do you plan to pick up this month? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @AmazonAdviser.
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