It might be chilly out, but winter is often the best time to curl up in your apartment in Mooresville, NC and sit down with the hottest books. Looking for a new great read? Here are some of the winter’s hottest, most anticipated books.
Sue Grafton—Kinsey and Me: Stories—A series of shorts featuring the beloved heroine of Grafton's "alphabet" series of mystery books. This should whet readers appetites, as the next book "W is for..." is expected later in 2013.
Melanie Benjamin—The Aviator's Wife—This historical novel, released Jan. 15, focuses on Charles Lindberg's wife, Anne Morrow.
Cissy Houston—Remembering Whitney—Whitney Houston's mom recalls her daughter's tumultous life.
Woody Guthrie—House of Earth—Not only is this an unpublished book written in 1947, it's also the first book to be published by actor Johnny Depp's new imprint.
Eddie Huang—Fresh Off The Boat—The memoir of Huang, the son of Taiwanese immigrants. Name sound familiar? Huang is a chef who stars on the Cooking Channel.
Jodi Picoult—The Storyteller—The famed New Hampshire author does it again with another moral tale determined to make you think. In The Storyteller, a young Jewish woman befriends an elderly man, who was once a Nazi SS guard.
Kim Ghattas—The Secretary: A Journey with Hillary Clinton from Beirut to the Heart of American Power—A nonfiction tome that examines Hillary Clinton's time as Secretary of State.
Owen King—Double Feature—Stephen King's son steps out with his debut novel about the son of a B-movie actor making his own film.
Elizabeth Strout—The Burgess Boys—The author of Olive Kitteridge, a Pulitizer winner, tells the story of two brothers from Maine who move to New York but are later called home to deal with a family scandal.
David Sheff—Clean: Overcoming Addiction and Ending America's Greatest Tragedy—A new look at battling addictions.
List from Sudbury Patch