Save the dates for these HarperCollins must-read books

A New year. And lots of new books . . . now and to come. HarperCollins/Thomas Nelson tells us these books are the “most anticipated books–THE books to watch in 2019”.

Save the dates!

Glory Road by Lauren Denton (on sale March 19, $16.99) In this new offering from a USA Today bestselling author, three generations of women run a garden center in South Alabama and find the route to love takes as many turns as a southern dirt road.

Midnight at the Tuscany Hotel by James Markert (April 9, $16.99)  The water from the fountain at an abandoned hotel can suddenly restore memories. Is it a wonderful phenomenon, or are there strings attached? Midnight at the Tuscany HotelAward-winning author Markert weaves a story of magical realism and the joy and pain of being alive.

The Printed Letter Bookshop by Katherine Reay (May 14, $16.99) When Madeline inherits her aunt’s struggling book store, she plans to sell it. However, the shop’s two employees and a handsome gardener may change her mind. The Printed Letter BookshopBut, is it too late?

Murder in the City of Liberty by Rachel McMillian(May 28, $15.99) McMillan continues her 1930s mysteries as amateur sleuth Hamish DeLuca (who suffers from panic disorder) and his sidekick Regina “Reggie” van Buren are hired by a famous baseball player. Murder in the City of Liberty (A Van Buren and DeLuca Mystery Book 2)Are a series of violent acts linked to the outbreak of war in Europe?

The Enlightenment of Bees by Rachel Linden (July 9, $16.99) Jilted by a sudden breakup, Mia West pushes reset on her life. A recurring dream of honeybees leads her to embark on the trip of a lifetime alongside a grunge rock star, The Enlightenment of Bees by [Linden, Rachel]Ethiopian immigrant, Hawaiian urban farmer and Rosie, her vivacious roommate.

Stars of Alabama by Sean Dietrich (July 9, $26.99)  Set in the Depression-era South, the story of two migrant workers, an abandoned baby, corrupt preacher and a girl with miraculous powers Stars of Alabamaintertwine to show how ugly circumstances can create beautiful people.

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