With hope for a better year ahead, I’m not looking back.
Here are a few anticipated books to read in the first half of 2022. Maybe by then, we will be back to “normal”?
If you are a fan of Isabel Allende, her new book Violetta, to be published in January, tells the life of a woman born in 1920, whose life spans 100 years.
Lucy Foley, author of The Guest List is back with a new mystery – The Paris Apartment – out in February.
Booth by Karen Joy Fowler – the author of We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves returns with a novel charting the fortunes of the Booth family – including the man who shot Abraham Lincoln – due out in March.
Fans of Jennifer Egan’s Goon Squad will be happy to see their return In The Candy House, due out in April.
Emily Henry, author of Beach Read, has a new fun story in Book Lovers, published in May.
Patrick Radden Keefe has another page-turning book of people behaving badly in Rogues: True Stories of Grifters, Killers. Rebels, and Crooks to steam up your summer – due out in June.
One of my favorite authors, Ruth Ware, has a new thriller in The It Girl, but you will have to wait until July.