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April Mystery Booxies

April Mystery Booxies

Welcome back, book lovers! It's that time again where we unveil the latest additions to our shelves.

Mystery Booxies is a monthly service that delivers a curated selection of books directly to your doorstep. It's a fantastic way to explore new authors and broaden your literary horizons in the new year.

Each box contains a brand new book, a bookmark, and exciting extras like tea, snacks, and drinks (alcoholic or non-alcoholic, depending on your preference). All books are hand-picked by passionate bibliophiles and are guaranteed to be a delightful surprise from recent releases.

Mystery Booxies offers flexible subscription options, including monthly, bi-monthly, and annual plans. For a lighter option, choose the boxless subscription, which includes a book, tea, and a bookmark.

Whether you're looking to fulfill your reading resolution, discover new genres, or simply enjoy a delightful surprise, Mystery Booxies is the perfect treat for bookworms of all ages. Plus, you'll be supporting independent booksellers and publishers!

This April, get ready to immerse yourself in a world of mystery and excitement with these captivating reads. From thrilling suspense to enchanting tales, there's something for every reader. Let's jump right in and explore the mysteries awaiting you!


The Fury by Alex Michaelides

This is a tale of murder. Or maybe that's not quite true. At its heart, it's a love story, isn't it? One spring morning, reclusive ex-movie star Lana Farrar invites a small group of her closest friends for a weekend away, on her small private island, just off the coast of Mykonos. Beneath the surface, old friendships conceal violent passions and resentments. And in forty-eight hours, one of them will be dead. But that was just the beginning...


The Library Of Heartbeats by Laura Imai Messina

On the peaceful Japanese island of Teshima there is a library of heartbeats, a place where the heartbeats of visitors from all around the world are collected. In this small, isolated building, the heartbeats of people who are still alive or have already passed away continue to echo.
Several miles away, in the ancient city of Kamakura, two lonely souls meet: Shuichi, a forty-year-old illustrator, who returns to his home-town to fix up the house of his recently deceased mother, and eight-year-old Kenta, a child who wanders like a shadow around Shuichi's house.


Faebound by Saara El-Arifi

Yeeran is a warrior in the elven army and has known nothing but violence her whole life. Her sister, Lettle, is trying to make a living as a diviner, seeking prophecies of a better future. When a fatal mistake leads to Yeeran’s exile from the Elven lands, they are both forced into the terrifying wilderness beyond their borders. There they encounter the impossible: the fae court. The fae haven’t been seen for a millennium. But now Yeeran and Lettle are thrust into their seductive world – torn between their loyalty to each other, their elven homeland, and their hearts. . .
Faebound by Saara El-Arifi


Balcony Over Jerusalem by John Lyons 

Leading Australian journalist John Lyons takes readers on a fascinating personal journey through the wonders and dangers of the Middle East. In this updated edition, Lyons draws from his years living in Jerusalem to give context to the devastating war between Israel and Palestinians in Gaza and gives readers a behind-the-scenes look at the Israeli occupation of the West Bank.
Balcony over jerusalem by John Lyons


A Love Song For Ricki Wilde by Tia Williams 

Ricki Wilde has many talents, but being a Wilde isn't one of them. As the impulsive, artistic daughter of a powerful Atlanta dynasty, she's the opposite of her famous socialite sisters. Where they're long-stemmed roses, she's a dandelion: an adorable bloom that's actually a weed, born to float wherever the wind blows. In her bones, Ricki knows that somewhere, a different, more exciting life awaits her.


Frenemies With Benefits by Lydia Sharp 

Jess’s older brother’s best friend—aka her giant crush—is staying at their house for the summer. She either has the best luck ever or the worst. This is her chance to show him she’s not just his best friend’s shy little sister anymore. But he’s a college boy. And she’s…her. Just turned eighteen. Just graduated high school. Just way too innocent for him.
frenemies with benefits by Lydia SHarp
As April unfolds, these mystery books offer the perfect escape into worlds of intrigue, magic, and romance. Whether you're seeking pulse-pounding thrills, heartwarming tales, or fantastical adventures, these captivating reads have something for everyone. So, why wait? Pick up a copy, settle in with a cup of tea, and let the mysteries of April sweep you away on unforgettable literary journeys. Happy reading! 

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