A continuing series that highlights books recently acquired by publishing houses for future release. Each post features a book we’re looking forward to, and a book we’re . . . not.
John Lockwood and Charles Lockwood’s The Siege of Washington, an account of the nerve-wracking 12 days in April, 1861—following Virginia’s secession and until the arrival of Union reinforcements—when it seemed possible Washington D.C. might fall into Confederate hands.
Michele Bardsley’s Never Again, the next two books in a new paranormal series beginning the story of a cursed witch, who has the power to heal any wound but only at great cost to herself, and the Wizard of Nevermore, and her ex-brother-in-law who was almost killed by her sister, and is now the only person she can turn to for help—if he’ll give it.
Got all that?