Great Reads - February 2024

by BTM

Tue, 06 February 2024

Great Reads - February 2024

What can be better than relaxing with a good book?
Bahrain This Month brings you the latest releases to satisfy your fiction fix.

Sarah J. Maas

The stunning third book in the action-packed Crescent City series, following the global bestsellers House of Earth and Blood, and House of Sky and Breath. 

Bryce Quinlan never expected to see a world other than Midgard, but now that she has, all she wants is to get back. Everything she loves is in Midgard: her family, her friends and her mate. Stranded in a strange new world, she’s going to need all her wits about her to get home again. And that’s no easy feat when she has no idea who to trust. 
Hunt Athalar has found himself in some deep holes in his life, but this one might be the deepest of all. After a few brief months with everything he ever wanted, he’s in the Asteri’s dungeons again, stripped of his freedom and without a clue as to Bryce’s fate. He’s desperate to help her, but until he can escape the Asteri’s leash, his hands are quite literally tied. 

Elly Conway

When a Russian magnate tries to restore his nation to greatness again, he ticks off a series of events that will spiral the world out of control. Only the CIA’s legendary spymaster Frances Coffrey can save the day. But she needs the help of Argylle, a troubled man with the exact set of skills needed to save the day.

Kate Alice Marshall

Emma has purposely kept her husband in the dark about her past. But when they get evicted, laid off and Emma finds she is pregnant, Emma is forced to reveal that she jointly owns her parent’s estate with her estranged sisters. The house where her parents were murdered and Emma was the prime suspect. As Emma is forced to reconcile with her sisters, she worries that long buried secrets will threaten to ruin her new family. 

Alex Michalides    

Reclusive former movie starlet Lana Farrar invites her closest friends to her private Greek island every Easter. Yet bitter resentments between old friends come to a head, resulting in a cat-and-mouse game that ends in a murder. Told through the enigmatic narrator Elliot Chase, The Fury is sure to contain Alex Michaelides’s trademark twist you didn’t see coming.