The 5 most interesting book releases of March 2019
I’m already back with 5 new interesting book releases of March 2019!
If you’re looking for your next read, or simply new books to add to your list of books to read, this post is for you!
Here are 5 books that are being released in the month of March 2019. By the time this post is published, three of these books will already have been released, so you’ll be able to acquire them quickly, should one interest you.
Without further ado, here are the 5 most interesting book releases of March 2019!
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You Owe Me a Murder by Eileen Cook – March 5th
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers
Seventeen-year-old Kim’s boyfriend ends their relationship for another girl. On a school trip to London, England, Kim has to see him every day with his new girlfriend, and kind of wishes she could kill him (but not really).
That’s when Kim meets Nicki, a stranger on the plane. Nicki is funny and listens to Kim talk about all her problems. Jokingly, Nicki offers to exchange murders and Kim joins in on the joke. Until Kim’s ex-boyfriend mysteriously dies …
Threatened by Nicki, Kim will have to carry out the murder that she owes or take the blame for the murder of her ex-boyfriend.
In Another Time by Jillian Cantor – March 5th
Publisher: Harper Perennial
1931, Germany. Max Beissinger meets Hanna Ginsberg and they quickly fall in love and plan their future together. However, the climate changes drastically in Germany over the next 5 years, as Hitler comes to power. The love between Max and Hanna is put to the test in the realties of war, especially since Hanna is Jewish and Max is not. But unbeknownst to Hanna, Max has a secret, a secret that causes him to leave for several months at a time, but which could save Hanna if Germany becomes too dangerous for her …
1946, Hanna wakes up in a field outside of Berlin, disoriented. She can’t remember the last ten years and she does not know where Max is. Hanna decides to go live with her sister in London, until she gets her memory back. Violinist, Hanna starts playing the instrument that she was once so passionate about. Thanks to music, her memory is gradually coming back. Will she be able to find Max, the only man she has ever loved?
Before She Knew Him by Peter Swanson – March 5th
Publisher: William Morrow
Hen (short for Henrietta) and her husband Lloyd finally live a quiet life in the suburbs of Boston, now that Hen is taking the right medication to control her bipolar disorder. Until they meet their neighbors next door, and Hen notices a familiar object in the husband’s library.
For years, Hen has been obsessed with unresolved murders. And now the object in the library of their neighbor, Matthew, looks a lot like a sports trophy from the house of a young man murdered two years ago. Hen knows, however, that it could be just one of her psychotic episodes.
But the more she watches Matthew, the more Hen feels like he’s planning something horrible. One night, Hen finds herself face to face with him, and realizes he knows she is watching him. And it’s the beginning of a nightmare that she might not be able to survive …
House on Fire by Bonnie Kistler – March 12th
Publisher: Atria Books
The story of a reconstituted family ravaged by a tragedy.
The family life of Leigh and Pete could not be better: their children, each born of previous marriages, get on well. To celebrate their anniversary, Leigh and Pete go away for a few days alone, leaving Kip, Pete’s 17-year-old son, in charge of Chrissy, Leigh’s 14-year-old daughter. But on the way home, they receive the phone call that no parent wants to get…
Kip was arrested for impaired driving after his truck crashed into a tree – and Chrissy was with him. A few hours later, Chrissy is dead and Kip is charged with manslaughter. When Kip changes his version of the story before his trial, and says that Chrissy was driving, Leigh does not know what to believe, while Pete clings to this story that could save his son. Will the family survive this tragedy and the events that incur?
The Witch’s Kind by Louisa Morgan – March 19th
Barrie Anne Blythe lives with her aunt Charlotte on the outskirts of a small coastal village. The two women live alone and steer clear of the other inhabitants, who find them strange. But they live that way to protect their secret…
Suddenly, two events threaten their isolated lives: the mysterious abandonment of a baby who seems to have powers like theirs, and the return Barrie Anne’s long-lost husband, who is not the man she thought she married.
Together, Barrie Anne and Charlotte will have to determine how far they are willing to go to protect themselves and the child they now see as theirs.
And that’s it for the 5 new interesting book releases of March 2019!
Do any interest you? Do you think you’ll read one or more? Let me know in the comments below!
Until next time!
For more interesting book releases of the previous months:
- 6 fascinating new book releases of February 2019
- The most exciting book releases of January 2019
- The most anticipated books of Fall 2018