Here Are Our Favorite 7 New Books Coming Out in March 2019
March will bring you two nice things: Spring and really good new books.
These New March Books Come in Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb and You'll Love It
March isn't many people's favorite month. There's no hope for a three day weekend like January and February. The weather is not nearly nice enough to do anything outside like May and the summer month. You might even have to start filing your taxes this month. As a young girl, I hated having a birthday in March because in Maryland, the state I inhabited, there was likely a snowstorm brewing.
Now, in my adulthood, I welcome bad weather and a distraction from firing up TurboTax. I get to read new books by talented writers who have created characters that my feeble mind could never conjure up.
1. Between the Lies
Want a new book to obsess over endlessly this spring? Let me introduce you to Between the Lies, the latest from author Michelle Adams. Because it is the epitome of a page-turner, I won't give too much away. Let's just say protagonist Chloe Daniels lost her memory and is living with a family she can't remember. The secrets, lies, and deception are too good to pass up in this new March psychological thriller.
2. A Woman's Place
I love this new March book for so many reasons. First, it's historically accurate. Did you know a woman invented your favorite fancy Champagne, Veuve Clicquot? How about dishwashers, coffee filters, and the first ever buffalo wings?! All thanks to women! You'll learn all about trailblazing women who contributed so much to society and the world yet never (or hardly) get the recognition they deserve.
And to the one internet troll who commented on the Women.com Facebook page who told us to "get back in the kitchen" when we published an article about all the women who are running for president, I hope you read A Woman's Place, that is if you know how to read. It's a perfect gift for a young woman who might have to deal with such comments the rest of her life.
Corinne Sullivan's literary debut is a home run. Not only is the cover captivating, the characters inside will have you thinking about them well after you're done reading. Imogene Abney always wanted to be part of the fancy prep school world. When she graduates college and accepts a job at the Vandenberg School for Boys, she might get too close to the elite world. Popular and wildly handsome Adam Kipling oozes charm and Imogene can't help but notice his demeanor, regardless of his age... and hers. When she finds herself in an illicit affair with the teenager, she can't see clearly, which might be the end of her career and freedom.
4. Killing Eve: No Tomorrow
Fans of Killing Eve will be excited to read what happens next with Eve and Villanelle. Catch up with your favorite spies before the second season of the critically acclaimed TV show. After all, books are usually better than their Hollywood adaptation.
5. The Night Visitors
Follow along as Alice and Oren seek shelter in the middle of a snowstorm in Delphi, NY. They stumble upon Mattie, a social worker who breaks protocol and brings them in for the night. Mattie can't help but see a resemblance in Oren, a child who looks just like her brother who died 30 years ago at the age of 10. Alice isn't all she seems either, keeping secrets from her new host. Each character has a past they're trying to hide, but as the snowstorm gets worse, they begin to unravel.
6. The Parting Glass
Set in 19th century New York, Mary Ballard is a lady's maid to a wealthy New York City society member, Charlotte Walden. Mary's obsession with Charlotte grows deeper and deeper, but she must hide a checkered past if she wants to keep her job. Both women are holding onto secrets and living double lives that could ruin everything in a split second. Parting Glass is an entertaining read, touching upon class, sexuality, and race.
7. White Elephant
If you live in suburbia, this might hit a little too close to home, but Julie Langsdorf does a spectacular job of highlighting the inner workings of the American Dream. Or at least, an attempt at the American Dream. When Nick Cox cuts down Allison and Ted Millers' beloved red maple, things get personal in Willard Park. The dysfunction of a neighborhood and the inhabitants make such a perfect novel and White Elephant is here to make your March much, much better.
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What new March release are you going to read? We want to know!