Are you looking for something new to read this summer? Some of our favorite clients have new books coming! PLM is proud to present four new books coming soon to a bookstore near you.
Just like the summer season, all good things must come to an end. In the much-anticipated conclusion to Debbie Macomber’s beloved Rose Harbor series, set in the picturesque town of Cedar Cove, SWEET TOMORROWS is a vibrant and poignant novel of letting go of fear, following your heart, and embracing the future—come what may.
Are the kids away at camp and you finally have some time to yourself? Then go buy a copy of Emily Giffin's new book, FIRST COMES LOVE. Prolific author, Emily Giffin has done it again. In this touching and dazzling tale, a pair of sisters find themselves at a crossroads as the anniversary of their tragedy looms, and painful secrets from the past begin to surface. FIRST COMES LOVE is a story about family, friendship, and the courage to follow your own heart—wherever that may lead.
Unable to travel this summer? Pick up a copy of Emily Voigt's THE DRAGON BEHIND THE LOOKING GLASS. The book will take you on a riveting journey into the bizarre world of the Asian arowana or “dragon fish”—the world’s most expensive aquarium fish. A young man is murdered for his prized pet fish. An Asian tycoon buys a single specimen for $150,000. Meanwhile, a pet detective chases smugglers through the streets of New York. Globe-trot without ever leaving your seat!
Are you dreading the mandatory family vacation? Then pick up a copy of debut author, Leigh Himes's new book THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY. In this charming "sliding doors" romantic comedy, you'll meet Abbey Lahey — overworked mom, underappreciated publicist, and frazzled wife of an out-of-work landscaper, who takes a tumble down an escalator and receives an unexpected glimpse of what her life would have been like, had she said yes to a date with Alex van Holt all those years ago.
Abbey van Holt may live in a lavish penthouse, wear ball gowns,
and rub elbows with the crème of Philadelphia society, but is this truly the life she was meant to lead?
Explore the road not taken with Abbey, and join her on her journey to find her true self—whoever that may be. This book will certainly make you appreciate the people in your life that we often take for granted . . . .