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Fantasy & Science Fiction
Blackfish City by Sam J. Miller
When a climate-wars project involving the construction of a sophisticated floating city in the Arctic Circle begins to succumb to corruption and crime, the arrival of a woman riding an orca at the side of a polar-bear companion subtly brings together four marginalized people to stage strategic acts of resistance. By the award-winning author of the young-adult novel, The Art of Starving.
The City of Lost Fortunes by Bryan Camp
Maintaining a low profile in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, a street magician who inherited an ability to find lost things from his superhuman father, is drawn back into the world by the murder of a Fortune god to whom he owes a debt, an event that exposes a plot that threatens the city's soul. A first novel. Crescent City series
Head On by John Scalzi
A follow-up to Lock In finds the near-future world reveling in a violent but seemingly harmless, robot-bodied sport until a star athlete dies unexpectedly on the field, prompting an investigation by two FBI agents into the game's increasingly lucrative competition. By the award-winning author of Redshirts. Lock In No. 2
Noir by Christopher Moore
A mad-cap noir set on the streets of post-World War II San Francisco follows a smitten barkeep and unofficial fixer-for-hire as he investigates his paramour's disappearance amid a series of weird events involving an unidentified flying object and a mysterious plane crash. By the author of Secondhand Souls.
The Comedown by Rebekah Frumkin
A street-smart drug dealer and a simpering addict become unlikely partners when a deal gone tragically wrong and the disappearance of a quarter of a million dollars set in motion a series of odd and captivating events that evince racial, class, religious and generational divides.
Dead on Arrival by Kiki Swinson
Because of her husband Reese's gambling debts, Dawn Spencer and Reese get drawn into a lucrative illegal-immigrant-smuggling ring, but after several immigrants turn up dead on arrival and Reese bets more than he can ever repay, the Feds and cold-blooded loan sharks begin closing in.
Death of a She Devil by Fay Weldon
In a sequel to the author’s 1983 classic The Life and Loves of a She Devil, the men of the world make a decision to take back the power they lost when women grew tired of romance, subservience and submission.
The Female Persuasion by Meg Wolitzer
A shy college freshman finds her perspectives transformed by a mentor activist at the center of the women's movement who challenges her to discover herself in ways that take her far from the traditional life she envisioned at the side of her boyfriend. By the best-selling author of The Interestings.
First Person by Richard Flanagan
A down-on-his-luck ghost writer penning the memoirs of a notorious con man in the six weeks before the latter's trial for a $700 million heist begins to experience a chilling psychological downward spiral that makes him question his perceptions of the truth. By the award-winning author of The Narrow Road to the Deep North.
Flying at Night by Rebecca L. Brown
Learning that her abrasive hero pilot father has sustained a debilitating brain injury at the same time her young son is confirmed on the autism spectrum, Piper embarks on a journey of devotion and self-discovery while watching her son and his grandfather start to connect in near-miraculous ways. A first novel.
The Girl Who Never Read Noam Chomsky by Jana Casale
A college student's procrastination over reading a Noam Chomsky novel becomes a metaphor throughout subsequent decades of milestones that reflect the disparity between the carefully planned life she wants and the person she is really meant to be. A first novel.
The Husband Hour by Jamie Brenner
When a young widow's reclusive life in a charming beach town is interrupted by a surprise visitor, she is forced to reckon with dark secrets about her family, her late husband and the past she tried to leave behind.
If We Had Known by Elise Juska
A mother and daughter struggle with guilt, fear and the dangerous bonds of family in the aftermath of a mass shooting in their small New England town. By the author of the The Blessings.
Lawn Boy by Jonathan Evison
Faced by a life of menial prospects in the years after high school, Mike Muñoz, a young Mexican-American, attempts over and over to change his life for the better and achieve the American dream, only to be stymied by social-class distinctions and cultural discrimination. By the author of The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving.
The Only Story by Julian Barnes
A man who ran away as a teen university student with a married woman more than twice his age reflects on how they fell in love, how he freed her from a sterile marriage and how their relationship fell apart as she succumbed to depression. By the award-winning author of The Sense of an Ending.
The Overstory by Richard Powers
A National Book Award-winning author presents an impassioned novel of activism and natural-world power that is comprised of interlocking fables about nine remarkable strangers who are summoned in different ways by trees for an ultimate, brutal stand to save the continent's few remaining acres of virgin forest.
Paris by the Book by Liam Callanan
When her eccentric novelist husband disappears, leaving behind nothing but a hidden pair of plane tickets to Paris, Leah relocates to France and takes ownership of a small bookstore, where clues she discovers in an unfinished manuscript and in the literary paths of beloved Parisian classics lead to consequential truths for her daughters.
Raising the Dad by Tom Matthews
Navigating the challenges of a stale marriage, a hostile teen daughter, his washed-up heavy-metal singer brother's recent prison release and his mother's progressive dementia, an overwhelmed family man stumbles on an incredible secret that changes his relationships in dramatic and profound ways.
Sophia of Silicon Valley by Anna Yen
A brilliant young Asian woman navigates the dynamic world of Silicon Valley in the boom years of the tech industry, working for some of the world's leading minds including Steve Jobs and Elon Musk, while enduring a comedy-of-errors and bad-boy behavior in would-be professional environments, often from the perspective of the only woman on her teams.
We Own the Sky by Luke Allnutt
When a devastating illness takes his beloved family from him, a man who once believed himself incredibly lucky takes solace in photographing the skyscrapers and cliff tops his son and he once visited before embarking on a powerful journey through forgiveness back to life. A first novel.
Women in Sunlight by Frances Mayes
Four American expats and strangers become unexpected friends during a magical year in Tuscany marked by a writer's complicated relationship with the subject of her biography, long-postponed dreams and shifting senses of adventure and bravery. By the best-selling author of Under the Tuscan Sun.
Circe by Madeline Miller
A highly anticipated follow-up to the award-winning The Song of Achilles follows the banished witch daughter of Titans as she hones her powers and interacts with famous mythological beings before a conflict with one of the most vengeful Olympians forces her to choose between the worlds of the gods and mortals.
Country Dark by Chris Offutt
A long-awaited new novel by the award-winning author of The Good Brother is set in rural Kentucky between the Korean War and 1970 and follows the efforts of a young veteran and bootlegger who is pushed into a life-altering act of violence by threats against his family.
Ecstasy by Mary Sharratt
Coming of age in the glittering hotbed and cultural whirlwind of turn-of-the-20th-century Vienna, beautiful aspiring composer Alma Schindler loses her heart to the brilliant Gustav Mahler, who demands she give up her music as a condition for their marriage.
The Good Pilot Peter Woodhouse by Alexander McCall Smith
A heartwarming tale of hope and friendship is set during World War II and traces the intersection of a British farm girl, an American pilot and a German soldier who are brought together by an adorable border collie. By the best-selling author of the No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series.
The Home for Unwanted Girls by Joanna Goodman
Forced to give up her baby in 1950s Quebec when she becomes pregnant with her childhood sweetheart, Maggie makes the wrenching decision to abandon a more secure life to search for her daughter, Elodie, who, after enduring torturous conditions in orphanages and psychiatric hospitals, struggles to survive in an unnerving alien world.
The Magnificent Esme Wells by Adrienne Sharp
The irrepressible daughter of a two-bit gangster and a movie showgirl comes of age in golden-era Hollywood and a nascent Las Vegas before her beauty captures the attentions of one of the Strip's most powerful men. By the author of The True Memoirs of Little K.
My Dear Hamilton: A Novel of Eliza Schuyler Hamilton by Stephanie Dray & Laura Kamoie
The best-selling authors of America's First Daughter draws on thousands of letters and original sources in an epic retelling of the life of Eliza Hamilton that describes her passionate dedication to a fledgling America's independence, her unlikely marriage to penniless but brilliant officer Alexander Hamilton and the turmoil and tragedies that challenged her legacy.
Speakeasy by Alisa Smith
A respectable linguistics expert who works as a Navy code-breaker during World War II fights to hide her past as the gangster girlfriend of charismatic, high-profile bank robber, a secret that becomes more perilous upon the discovery of an old diary and the activities of a possible spy among her colleagues.
This I Know by Eldonna Edwards
While trying to deal with her depressed mother and her pious father in a small Midwest town in the 1960s, 11-year-old Grace struggles with inherited psychic powers that her aunt calls "The Knowing."
This Scorched Earth by W. Michael Gear
An Arkansas pioneer family journeys from devastation to rebirth in the years after the American Civil War, a period marked by the destruction of a family home, self-reinvention, guilt-induced tyranny and explorations into mysticism and mental illness. By the best-selling author of People of the Songtrail.
Varina by Charles Frazier
Forced by limited prospects to marry much-older widower Jefferson Davis, teenaged Varina Howell finds her expectations as the wife of a Mississippi landowner upended by his appointment as the leader of the Confederacy, a situation that renders her and her children fugitives in a divided and increasingly hostile nation.
Mystery & Detective
Antique Blues by Jane K. Cleland
When her friend Mo's family asks her to appraise two rare and valuable pieces right before Mo is murdered, amateur sleuth, antiques expert and bride-to-be Josie Prescott follows leads to an unscrupulous boyfriend, who has manipulated the sale of one of the items before disappearing into the realm of a high-end underground casino. By the Agatha Award-winning author of Glow of Death. Joes Prescott Antiques Mysteries No. 12
Antiques Wanted by Barbara Allan
After her mother decides to run for mayor, and Brandy Borne agrees to be the campaign manager, but as the gals receive a valuable signed photo of an old-timey cowboy actor from the elderly aunt of Vivian’s political opponent, a massive explosion sends Brandy to the ER and the aunt to the grave, putting Brandy and her mother on the trail of a killer. Trash 'n' Treasures Mysteries No. 12
Cave of Bones by Anne Hillerman
Preparing to speak at an outdoor character-building program for at-risk teens, Tribal Police Officer Bernadette Manuelito discovers the camp in a panic over a missing instructor and a traumatized girl's discovery of a human skeleton in the wilds of the mythology-steeped lava wilderness bordering the Ramah Navajo Reservation. Leaphorn, Chee & Manuelito No. 3
Date with Malice by Julia Chapman
Dismissing the claims of a pensioner that someone in her elder-care home is trying to kill her, Samson O'Brien finds his detective skills pushed to the limit and teams up with tempestuous Delilah Metcalfe to infiltrate the local retirement community in the wake of disturbing incidents. By the author of Date with Death. Samson and Delilah No. 2
A Death of No Importance by Mariah Fredericks
A highly skilled ladies' maid working among in the upper echelons of 1910 New York society uses her insider knowledge of her entitled employer's family to investigate the class-driven case of her mistress' brutally murdered playboy fiancé. A first adult novel by the author of The Girl in the Park.
The Fleur De Sel Murders by Jean-Luc Bannalec
Commissaire Dupin is attacked while on vacation in the “white country” during harvest time on the salt marshes and investigates after a journalist friend goes missing, in the third novel of the series, following Murder on Brittany Shores. A Brittany Mystery No. 3
Hide and Sneak by G. A. McKevett
Savannah Reid of the Midnight Magnolia Detective Agency takes on the case of a rising-star actor whose wife and toddler went missing right before their nanny was found murdered, in the latest addition to the series following Every Body on Deck. Savannah Reid Mysteries No. 23
In Prior's Wood by G. M. Malliet
When the lady of the local manor house is found dead among rumors of a suicide pact with her young lover, handsome vicar Max Tudor lends his MI5 expertise to the ensuing investigation, which is tied to the victim's far-from-bereaved husband, a local writers' retreat, an insufferably smug author and a missing girl. By the Agatha Award-winning author of Devil's Breath. Max Tudor No. 7
Lost Books and Old Bones by Paige Shelton
When a medical student who was one of several new patrons selling her antique medical tomes is found murdered in her store's alley, Edinburgh bookseller Delaney Nichols follows leads to the story of a long-dead doctor before discovering that she has been targeted by the killer herself. Scottish Bookshop No. 3
The Marmalade Murders by Elizabeth J. Duncan
An agricultural show of delicious local fare and small rivalries is upended by the absence of a prominent community member, a missing carrot cake and the discovery of a dead body under the baked goods table, prompting amateur sleuth Penny Brannigan to clear the name of a transgender newcomer who is wrongly targeted with suspicion. By the award-winning author of Murder Is for Keeps. Penny Brannigan No. 9
Miss Julia Raises the Roof by Ann B. Ross
Learning that a nosy local gossip has teamed up with a new pastor to set up a secret home for wayward teens in the lot beside Hazel Marie's home, Miss Julia is shocked to discover that the venture has a sinister underlying agenda with the power to permanently disrupt their quiet and peaceful community. By the best-selling author of Etta Mae's Worst Bad-Luck Day. Miss Julia No. 19
A Necessary Evil by Abir Mukherjee
A sequel to the award-winning A Rising Man finds Captain Wyndham and Sergeant Banerjee of the 1920 Calcutta Police Force investigating the assassination of a Maharajah's progressive-minded son, a crime that has left the country in the hands of the victim's brother, a feckless playboy. Sam Wyndham No. 2
Queen Anne's Lace by Susan Wittig Albert
Discovering a box of antique handcrafted lace and old photographs in the loft above her shop, China hears ghostly humming and smells lavender from an invisible source before a series of strange occurrences in the building she shares with Ruby reveals the story of a young, widowed lacemaker who died under suspicious circumstances a century earlier. China Bayles No. 26
Shot in the Dark by Cleo Coyle
Setting a date for her wedding at the same time her ex and other locals begin arranging dates at her coffeehouse, Village Blend manager Clare Cosi is entangled in the untimely demise of a lothario associated with innumerable brokenhearted conquests, including one who swears she has been framed for murder. Coffeehouse Mysteries No. 17
Too Close to Breathe by Olivia Kiernan
Investigating the suspicious hanging death of a woman in a quiet Dublin suburb, Detective Chief Superintendent Frankie Sheehan, still recovering from injuries sustained during a prior murder investigation, struggles to piece together clues from the enigmatic victim's life, before a mysterious caller implies that the killer is closer than anyone would like. A first novel. Frankie Sheehan No. 1
Twenty-One Days by Anne Perry
Daniel Pitt, the young lawyer son of London's Special Branch investigation team Thomas Pitt, puts himself at odds with his father as he races against time to save his client, an arrogant biographer, from execution. By the best-selling author of the William Monk series. Daniel Pitt No. 1
Whispers of the Dead by Spencer Kope
A series of bizarre murders that have left the victims nearly unidentifiable forces Magnus "Steps" Craig of the FBI's Special Tracking Unit to match wits with the most cold-blooded killer he has ever encountered. By the author of Collecting the Dead. Special Tracking Unit No. 2
Why Kill the Innocent by C. S. Harris
The murder of a beautiful young musician during a brutal winter in 1914 London ensnares nobleman Sebastian St. Cyr in the unsavory agendas of the British royal court. By the best-selling author of When Falcons Fall. Sebastian St. Cyr No. 13
Bad Men and Wicked Women by Eric Jerome Dickey
When his pregnant and bitter daughter blackmails him for $50,000, Los Angeles enforcer Ken Swift embarks on a clash of wills that is complicated by a contract that spirals out of control, revealing the vengeful nature of a dangerous adversary. By the best-selling author of Finding Gideon.
The Designs of Lord Randolph Cavanaugh by Stephanie Laurens
#1 New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Laurens returns with a new series that captures the simmering desires and intrigues of early Victorians as only she can. Ryder Cavanaugh’s stepsiblings are determined to make their own marks in London society. Seeking fortune and passion, The Cavanaughs will delight readers with their bold exploits. The Cavanaughs No. 1
The Family Gathering by Robyn Carr
A highly anticipated latest entry in the series that includes What We Find and Any Day Now continues the story of the residents of and visitors to the rustic campground of Sullivan's Crossing. Sullivan's Crossing No. 3
A Lady's Guide to Selling Out by Sally Franson
An ambitious young woman navigates the slippery world of advertising and the just-as-perilous question of who she wants to be in the face of a hard-to-please boss, a top-secret marketing campaign and the real characters of her literary idols. A first novel.
Love and Other Words by Christina Lauren
Macy Sorensen has decided to settle, and is planning her marriage to an older man, until she bumps into Elliot Petropoulos--her first and most intense love, who eventually broke her heart--sending her reeling into reminiscence--and doubt. By a New York Times best-selling author.
A Nantucket Wedding by Nancy Thayer
The long-awaited nuptials of a woman to the love of her life are thrown into turmoil and drama by family dynamics involving her daughters, including one whose husband has just revealed an affair and another who falls for her soon-to-be stepbrother. By the best-selling author of the Hot Flash Club series.
The Thief by J. R. Ward
Committing themselves to eradicating the Lessening Society at the side of their new Band of Bastards allies, the Brotherhood finds their efforts complicated by former second-in-command Throe's use of an ancient tome to summon a new army engineered by a force more dangerous and evil than the Omega. By the best-selling author of the Bourbon Kings series. Black Dagger Brotherhood No. 16
Property: Stories Between Two Novellas by Lionel Shriver
A collection of 10 short stories and two novellas by the author of the National Book Award finalist, So Much for That, is set in America and Britain and explores the dynamics of real estate and personal possessions and how they act as both revelatory proxies and the catalysts of power dynamics in relationships.
You Think It, I'll Say It: Stories by Curtis Sittenfeld
The best-selling author of Eligible presents a collection of 10 short stories that features both original pieces and two previously published in the New Yorker, including "The World Has Many Butterflies," in which married acquaintances play a strangely intimate game, with devastating consequences.
The 17th Suspect by James Patterson
A series of shootings in San Francisco and a tip from a reluctant confidential informant lead Sergeant Lindsay Boxer to uncover disturbing activities within the police department itself, a situation that is further complicated by Lindsay's worsening medical problems. Women's Murder Club No. 17
After Anna by Lisa Scottoline
Marrying a wonderful woman after years of loneliness and single fatherhood, John finds his newfound happiness turned upside-down by the arrival of his beautiful sociopath teen daughter, whose campaign to destroy their family and untimely murder force John to prove his innocence in the face of malevolent discoveries.
All the Beautiful Lies by Peter Swanson
Devastated when his father commits suicide days before his college graduation, Harry returns to his home in Maine, where he is baffled by the increasingly sensual attentions of a mysterious woman and his own alluring stepmother, who he comes to realize are hiding dangerous secrets. By the award-winning author of The Girl With a Clock for A Heart.
American by Day by Derek B. Miller
Police Chief Inspector Sigrid Odegard from Norwegian by Night departs Oslo for the United States to search for her missing brother, a quest that plunges her into the political minefields and backwoods undercurrents of the Adirondacks.
Bluff by Michael Kardos
Shunned by her fellow performers after a disastrous liaison with an older magician, card-trick prodigy Natalie Webb writes an article about the art of cheating at cards to supplement her meager income, only to be drawn into the world of a talented poker cheat who entices her to help orchestrate a lucrative trick.
The Cutting Edge by Jeffery Deaver
Returning to New York City from their honeymoon to learn that a serial killer has been targeting couples in the process of buying engagement rings, Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs discover that their target has a larger agenda than originally realized and that there is something unusual about the ring that Rhyme gave Sachs. Lincoln Rhyme No. 14
The Dark Clouds Shining by David Downing
In the final novel in the series, Jack McColl is sent to Soviet Russia in 1917, where the civil war is coming to an end with the Bolsheviks the victors but the country in ruins; and, with the hopes engendered by the revolution hanging by a thread, plots and betrayals abound. Jack McColl No. 4
Dead Girl Running by Christina Dodd
Surviving a gunshot wound to the head and struggling to remember an entire year of her life, Kellan Adams finds herself on the run from a husband she hopes is dead and takes a job at a Pacific Coast resort, where she is embroiled in a murder investigation that makes her question both her past and her sanity. Cape Charade No. 1
The Elizas by Sara Shepard
Unable to get anyone to believe that she was pushed before she was rescued from the bottom of a hotel pool, a rising author struggling with suicidal depression and memory loss begins to question her sanity as elements from her debut novel begin to mix up with events in her real life. By the best-selling author of Pretty Little Liars.
The Fallen by David Baldacci
Visiting a friend's family home in an economically troubled western Pennsylvania community, Amos Decker, a detective with an uncanny eidetic memory, spots suspicious lights and discovers two dead bodies with no clear indication of how either victim died before corrupt local authorities and other mysterious roadblocks challenge his investigation. Memory Man No. 4
The First Family by Daniel Palmer & Michael Palmer
When the president's teen-chess-prodigy son abruptly stops playing and begins to succumb to a virtually unprecedented gene mutation, Dr. Lee Blackwood tracks down the cases of two other patients, who he discovers were also gifted and who have been murdered under circumstances linked to the nation's highest levels of security.
Greeks Bearing Gifts by Philip Kerr
Taking a job as a claims adjuster for a major German insurance company in 1956 Munich, an undercover Bernie Gunther investigates the brutal murder of a thieving soldier in a case with ties to Nazi plunder that prompts his collaboration with a lieutenant who has been looking for an opportunity to bring an untouchable killer to justice. Bernie Gunther No. 13
Hold Back the Dark by Kay Hooper
Called in to the small North Carolina mountain town of Prosperity, where residents are acting out their nightmares and waking up the next day with no memory of their horrific acts, the Special Crimes Unit uncovers a sinister pattern that pits their most advanced skills against an unprecedented darkness. Bishop/SCU No. 6
I've Got My Eyes on You by Mary Higgins Clark
When an 18-year-old woman is found murdered at the bottom of her family's pool, her older sister, a guidance counselor, rules out the chief suspects and teams up with the Prosecutor's Office to uncover the truth, unaware that doing so is putting her own life at risk. By the best-selling author of As Time Goes By.
The Knowledge by Martha Grimes
Investigating a double homicide involving a brazen heist at a rarefied art gallery and casino, Scotland Yard Detective Superintendent Richard Jury teams up with a motley assortment of Baker Street Irregulars to solve a case with ties to astrophysics, the Tanzanian gem mines and a long-planned act of revenge. By the award-winning author of Vertigo 42. Richard Jury No. 24
Macbeth by Jo Nesbo
A modern retelling of Macbeth by the award-winning author of the Harry Hole series is set in a run-down industrial town in the 1970s and follows the efforts of a popular but increasingly corrupt police officer and his calculating casino owner girlfriend to work with a powerful local drug dealer to murder a professional rival and set up his best friend.
The Neighbor by Joseph Souza
After moving to a new home in Maine, Leah is left alone in a housing development full of aloof people while her husband works long hours, and soon, Leah becomes obsessed with the couple next door, to the point that she begins sneaking into their home and reading the woman's diary--and discovering things she shouldn't.
The Oracle Year by Charles Soule
Awakening from a dream with 108 predictions about the future in his head, an unassuming Manhattan bassist catapults to one of the world's most powerful men and hides his identity behind an online persona that is targeted by greedy corporations and dangerous enemies who would change the playing field by recruiting or eliminating him.
Our Little Secret by Roz Nay
The interrogation-weary, longtime ex of a man whose wife has gone missing imparts the story of their relationship a decade earlier to a criminologist who appears to be the first person who believes her, an account that raises troubling possibilities about a group of retribution-seeking suspects.
The Saint of Wolves and Butchers by Alex Grecian
An enigmatic hunter and his highly skilled dog track a Nazi concentration-camp administrator who has been hiding in the United States, a case that is complicated by the man's secret ongoing work and his band of fanatical followers, who reveal a violent willingness to go to any length to protect him. By the best-selling author of The Yard.
Shattered Mirror by Iris Johansen
Fan-favorite Eve Duncan is embroiled in a deadly game of intrigue after receiving a skull and instructions for its reconstruction, a project that reveals the story of a beautiful woman whose identical twin's life is in danger. By the best-selling author of Mind Game. Eve Duncan No. 22
Shoot First by Stuart Woods
New York City cop turned Manhattan law firm rainmaker Stone Barrington navigates a case that becomes so scandalous that it tests the limits of his skills and credibility. By the Edgar Award-winning author of Chiefs. Stone Barrington No. 45
The Sixth Day by Catherine Coulter & J. T. Ellison
When several major political figures who are linked to sophisticated drone assassinations die under mysterious circumstances, the Covert Eyes team follows leads to a wealthy cybersecurity genius and descendant of Vlad the Impaler who is desperate to unlock the secret of curing his severely ill twin brother's blood disorder. A Brit in the FBI No. 5
Skyjack by K. J. Howe
Expert hostage negotiator Thea Paris battles a diabolical enemy for control of a genetically targeted bioweapon. By the author of Freedom Broker. Kidnap-and-Ransom Thrillers No. 2
Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell
Struggling to put her life back together a decade after her beloved teen daughter's disappearance, a divorced woman bonds with a charming single father whose young child eerily resembles the woman's own lost daughter and who compels a wrenching search for answers. By the best-selling author of The Third Wife.
True Fiction by Lee Goldberg
When a passenger jet crashes onto the beaches of Waikiki, best-selling thriller writer Ian Ludlow knows the horrific tragedy wasn’t an accident. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author. Ian Ludlow Thrillers No. 1
Twisted Prey by John Sandford
Federal marshal Lucas Davenport confronts an old nemesis in U.S. senator Taryn Grant, a rich psychopath who he has resolved to bring to justice for her role in three murders that he cannot prove, a situation that is further complicated by her new position on the Senate intelligence committee. By the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of the Virgil Flowers series. Prey No. 28
Unbury Carol by Josh Malerman
A woman prone to secret temporary comas that make her appear to be dead receives protection from a redemption-seeking former lover who would save her from being buried alive by her fortune-hunting husband. By the best-selling author of Bird Box.
Warning Light by David Ricciardi
A routine surveillance job becomes a do-or-die mission in the Middle East for CIA analyst Zac Miller, who, in the wake of an agent's blown cover and an emergency landing, makes his way over the mountains of Iran and through the Persian Gulf while outmaneuvering Islamic Revolutionary Guards and former teammates who believe he has gone rogue.
The Waters & The Wild by Desales Harrison
A successful Upper West Side psychiatrist begins to doubt a young client's suicide when he receives the first of an ominous series of notes by a sender who kidnaps his daughter and shares clues leading him back to a love affair in Paris that upended his life decades earlier.
The Way I Die by Derek Haas
The author of the Assassin Trilogy presents an explosive thriller set 10 years after the events of The Silver Bear that finds anti-hero Columbus enduring self-imposed exile in the aftermath of losing his family, before elements from his past arrive to kill him in one of several possible, endlessly brutal ways. Silver Bear No. 5