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Fantasy & Science Fiction
Beneath the Sugar Sky by Seanan McGuire
Arriving with a splash in the pond behind Eleanor West's Home for Wayward Children, Rini is informed that her mother, Sumi, died years before Rini was conceived, a baffling revelation that Rini is forced to come to terms with in order to save the world. By the Hugo Award-winning author of the InCryptid series. Wayward Children No. 3
Gnomon by Nick Harkaway
A tale set in a near-future, high-tech surveillance state follows the suspicious death of a dissident in custody and finds state inspector Mielikki Neith immersing herself in the victim's world, where she encounters a panorama of characters and innovations that transform her perspectives. By the author of Angelmaker.
The Infinite Future by Tim Wirkus
An obsessive librarian, a down-at-heel writer and a Mormon historian embark on a search for a mystical, life-changing book about the true nature of the universe, and experience weird, out-of-this world paradigm shifts when they find it. By the award-winning author of City of Brick and Shadow.
Iron Gold by Pierce Brown
A first entry in a new trilogy set 10 years after the events of Morning Star finds Darrow and the Rising battling the remaining Gold loyalist forces in order to abolish the color-coded caste system only, to be challenged by dangerous new enemies. Red Rising No. 4
Shroud of Eternity: Sister of Darkness by Terry Goodkind
A sequel to Death's Mistress is set in the world of The Sword of Truth and finds the warrior sorceress Nicci and her companions embarking on a quest to the shrouded city of Ildakar to restore Nathan's magic. Nicci Chronicles No. 2
The Sky Is Yours by Chandler Klang Smith
Navigating their burned-out, futuristic city home under constant threat from a pair of dragons circling the skies, three young people, including a spoiled heir, his tempestuous fiancée and a wild beauty are forced to flee everything they have ever known and confront challenges ranging from fire and conspiracies to taboo drugs and dragon-worshippers. A first novel.
The Wolves of Winter by Tyrell Johnson
A brave survivor in a postapocalypse society broken by nuclear war and disease practices hunting skills in the snowy Canadian Yukon before being compelled into a role she never imagined by an enigmatic man who carries dark secrets. A first novel.
Anatomy of a Scandal by Sarah Vaughan
Desperate to clear the name of her loving and charismatic public figure husband in the wake of scandalous accusations, Sophie clashes with a determined prosecution lawyer, Kate, who resolves to uncover the truth and bring Sophie's husband to justice. By the author of The Art of Baking Blind.
The Boat People by Sharon Bala
Journeying to what he hopes will be a new life with his young son on a rusty cargo ship with 500 fellow refugees from Sri Lanka's civil war, a young father arrives on Vancouver's shores, where the group is thrown into a detention processing center and threatened with deportation amid accusations of terrorism. A first novel.
Brass by Xhenet Aliu
Told in biting parallel narratives, the stories of a Lithuanian immigrant waitress and her illegitimate daughter follow the former's struggles to secure a better life and the latter's determined efforts to connect with the father she never knew. A first novel.
The Days When Birds Come Back by Deborah Reed
A woman struggling with her divorce, sobriety and a stalled career returns to the Oregon coast of her childhood to renovate and sell her late grandparents' memory-laden home and shies away from a relationship with a contractor who is reeling from his own losses. By the author of Things We Set on Fire.
Eternal Life: A Novel by Dara Horn
Ever since she made a deal to save her son's life in Roman-occupied Jerusalem, Rachel has been doomed to live eternally—having hundreds of children and being stalked by an obsessed man—but as her descendants develop new technologies for immortality, she realizes that, for them to live fully, she must die. By the author of The World to Come.
Everything Here Is Beautiful by Mira T. Lee
The bond between a responsible, self-contained older sister and her mentally ill, impulsive younger sister is shaped and tested over years marked by the loss of their mother, an impetuous first marriage, a fling that results in the birth of a baby and painful sacrifices. A first novel.
The Family Business 4 by Carl Weber & La Jill Hunt
After being shot by a mysterious gunman, Duncan and Chippy decide to return to Georgia to visit family but trouble follows them, including a longtime family enemy and the mother of their son’s baby, who disappeared shortly after the birth. Family Business No. 4
Fire Sermon by Jamie Quatro
A highly anticipated, provocative debut novel by the author of I Want to Show You More charts with bold intimacy and immersive sensuality the experiences of a married woman in the grip of a magnetic affair.
Green by Sam Graham-Felsen
Struggling with bullying in his largely segregated, working-class neighborhood in 1992 Boston, Dave, a white boy at a mostly black middle school, befriends a youth who lives in public housing and who confounds Dave's assumptions about black culture before their bond is tested by girls, family secrets and national violence. A first novel.
Heart Spring Mountain by Robin MacArthur
A young woman returns to her rural Vermont hometown in the wake of a disastrous storm to search for her missing mother and unravel a powerful family secret stretching back through three generations of women ancestors. A first novel by the award-winning author of Half Wild: Stories.
The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin
Sneaking out to get readings from a traveling psychic reputed to be able to tell customers when they will die, four adolescent siblings from New York City's 1969 Lower East Side hide what they learn from each other before embarking on five decades of respective experiences shaped by their determination to control fate. By an award-winning author.
The Music Shop by Rachel Joyce
The owner of a 1988 music shop in a down-at-heel suburban community uses his talent for connecting customers to the music they seek and resists a chance at an intimate relationship with a beautiful young woman, who hides a mysterious agenda and compels him to confront painful elements from his past. By a best-selling author.
Oliver Loving by Stefan Merrill Block
The complicated bonds uniting a family and the members of their community are tested by a devastating school shooting that has left a young man in a coma for nine years, a tragedy that is illuminated by an experimental diagnostic technology that suggests that his mind may still be active and capable of revealing what happened.
Our Lady of the Prairie by Thisbe Nissen
Setting aside the complications of her extramarital affair to oversee her unstable daughter's wedding on the Iowa prairie, a newly single theater professor navigates such challenges as a wedding-day tornado, a fascist mother-in-law and her once-docile ex's tragicomic revenge fantasies.
Phone by Will Self
A conclusion to the trilogy that began with Umbrella and Shark finds unorthodox psychiatrist Zack Busner struggling to manage the symptoms of advancing Alzheimer's, while enigmatic MI6 operative Jonathan De'Ath hides the truth of his affair with Gawain Thomas. By the award-winning author of The Butt.
Red Clocks by Leni Zumas
Five women—including a high-school teacher, a biographer, a frustrated mom, a pregnant adopted teen and a forest-dwelling homeopath—struggle with changes in a near-future America where abortion and assisted fertility have been outlawed and where the homeopath is targeted by a modern-day witch hunt. By the author of The Listeners.
Say My Name by Allegra Huston
A woman in a stale, sexless marriage discovers freedom and fulfillment through an affair with a younger man, a relationship that leads to profound life changes. By the author of Love Child.
A State of Freedom by Neel Mukherjee
Five characters in very different circumstances—from a domestic cook in Mumbai to a vagrant and his dancing bear—find the meanings of dislocation and the desire to get more out of life. By a Man Booker Prize-shortlisted author.
This Could Hurt by Jillian Medoff
Five human resources colleagues navigate the emotional complexities of their ambitions, hopes and fears as their small company is buffeted by economic forces that threaten to upend its employees. By the best-selling author of I Couldn't Love You More.
Winter by Ali Smith
A follow-up to Autumn depicts in wry observations a bleak, post-truth era rooted in history, memory, art and laughter at a time of endurance and survival. By the award-winning author of The Accidental. Seasonal Quartet No. 2
Woman at 1,000 Degrees by Hallgrímur Helgason. Trans by Brian FitzGibbon.
A octogenarian living out her final days in a garage with a laptop and a hand grenade reflects on her life as the daughter of a prominent political family in idyllic western Iceland, who in the aftermath of her father's fateful alliance with the Nazis is forced to rely on her wits to survive in the United States, Argentina and a native Iceland vastly changed by technology and economic crashes.
Beneath the Darkest Sky by Jason Overstreet
When ex-Bureau agent Prescott Sweet has the opportunity to live in Moscow and work at the U.S. Embassy, he and his family seize the chance to at last put down roots in what they believe is a fair society; but when they are reduced to bare survival in Stalin's Russia and Prescott's son becomes gravely ill, the former spy must draw on all his skills to free his family. The Renaissance Series
The Bloody Spur by Mickey Spillane & Max Allan Collins
When stubborn rancher George Cullen takes a stand against the Sante Fe Railroad—which wants to build a spur through Trinidad, New Mexico—Sheriff Caleb York must deal with a colorful cast of dangerous characters and Cullen’s former cronies—all of whom have arrived in town with murder on their minds. By a pair of New York Times best-selling authors. Caleb York Westerns
Carnegie's Maid by Marie Benedict
An impoverished Irish immigrant in the industrial 1860s takes a job as a lady's maid in the home of prominent businessman Andrew Carnegie, with whom she falls in love before going missing, triggering Carnegie's search for answers and the establishment of his enduring legacy. By the author of The Other Einstein.
Dangerous Crossing by Rachel Rhys
Hoping to start over in Australia on the eve of World War II, young Lily Shepherd enjoys a magical voyage of entertainments and exotic stops while bonding with high-society passengers, a situation that is complicated by her growing love for a man far above her station, the secrets of her newfound friends and an untimely double murder.
The English Wife by Lauren Willig
A fairytale marriage between two English aristocrats erupts at a Shakespeare-themed ball where the husband dies and the wife is presumed dead, a scandalous event that prompts an unlikely alliance between the husband's sister and a reporter who is determined to uncover the truth. By the award-winning author of The Mischief of the Mistletoe.
Fools and Mortals by Bernard Cornwell
The estranged younger brother of William Shakespeare observes the first production of A Midsummer Night's Dream while navigating a high-stakes game of duplicity and betrayal that threatens his acting career, his potential fortune and the lives of his fellow players. By the New York Times best-selling author of the Saxon Tales.
The Girls in the Picture by Melanie Benjamin
An intimate reimagining of the powerful creative partnership between Hollywood superstars Frances Marion and Mary Pickford traces their friendship and boundary-breaking achievements against a backdrop of pre-World War I Hollywood. By the best-selling author of The Swans of Fifth Avenue.
The Outcasts of Time by Ian Mortimer
With 1348 Britain in the grip of the Black Death, brothers John and William fear that they will die and suffer in the afterlife; but as the end draws near, they are given an unexpected choice: either to go home and spend their last six days in their familiar world, or to search for salvation across the forthcoming centuries—living each one of their remaining days 99 years after the last.
The Pearl Sister by Lucinda Riley
Outcast adopted daughter CeCe investigates the mystery of her family origin, shaped a century earlier by a pioneering clergyman's daughter who became a wealthy woman's companion before finding love and adventure among the Aboriginal people of Australia's dusty Red Centre plains. By the New York Times best-selling author of the The Shadow Sister. The Seven Sisters No. 4
Peculiar Ground by Lucy Hughes-Hallett
Years after a grand English country estate is enclosed within a great wall, the daughter of the estate's manager comes of age amid dramatic upheavals shaped by family legends and the historical events of the mid-to-late 20th century. By the award-winning author of The Pike.
White Chrysanthemum by Mary Lynn Bracht
Having spent her entire youth under Japanese occupation, a young woman in World War II-era Korea follows in her mother's footsteps as an elite female diver, only to be forced into prostitution in order to save her beloved younger sister, who decades later resolves to find healing and closure from the ghosts of the past.
The Winter Station by Jody Shields
An aristocratic Russian doctor stationed in a Manchurian outpost races to contain a deadly plague before it spreads to the rest of the world. By the best-selling author of The Fig Eater.
Mystery & Detective Fiction
The Black Painting by Neil Olson
Four adult cousins from a family that has been estranged for decades amid suspicions regarding the theft of a cursed Goya painting gather at the mansion of their grandfather, who is found murdered. By the author of The Icon.
Dark in Death by J. D. Robb
When a young woman is brutally murdered while attending a screening of Psycho at Times Square, Eve Dallas is contacted by a writer of crime fiction who recognizes the case, and other recent killings, from storylines in her books. By the best-selling author of Echoes in Death. Eve Dallas No. 46
Darkness, Sing Me a Song by David Housewright
When the doyenne of a socially prominent family of great wealth is arrested for the murder of her son's fiancé, private investigator Holland Taylor, who had discovered that the victim's identity had been fabricated, struggles to uncover the truth amid false testimonies and a controversial business development. By the Edgar Award-winning author of Penance. Holland Taylor No. 4
Death by Chocolate Cherry Cheesecake by Sarah Graves
Opening a waterfront bakery in a coastal Maine fishing village, Jake Tiptree and her best friend, Ellie, find their summer launch complicated by an unseasonal hurricane that strands her family away from home and renders her a suspect in the murder of a corrupt health inspector. By the best-selling author of the Home Repair Is Homicide series. Death by Chocolate No. 1
The Grave's a Fine and Private Place by Alan Bradley
Joining her older sisters for a recuperative boating trip in the aftermath of a devastating tragedy, 12-year-old Flavia de Luce discovers a body in the water near the church of a murderous vicar. By the co-author of Ms. Holmes of Baker Street. Flavia de Luce No. 9
Lies That Comfort and Betray by Rosemary Simpson
Heiress Prudence MacKenzie and attorney Geoffrey Hunter wonder if Jack the Ripper has sailed across the pond when Prudence's maid and a string of other women wind up dead on the streets of Gilded Age New York City. Gilded Age Mysteries No. 2
A Map of the Dark by Karen Ellis
Racing against time to find a teenage girl who has gone missing from Queens, FBI agent Elsa Myers navigates a frustrating series of false leads while enduring the collapse of her own carefully compartmentalized world, shaped by her experiences of being lost, her painful past and her father's terminal illness. Agent Elsa Myers No. 1
The Mitford Murders by Jessica Fellowes
A Golden Age-style mystery based on a real unsolved murder and written by the best-selling author of the official companion novels to the Downton Abbey series follows the experiences of a lady's maid to the youngest of three wealthy sisters in an Oxfordshire countryside manor, whose dark secrets implicate them in a murder. The Mitford Murders No. 1
The Pope of Palm Beach by Tim Dorsey
Venturing into the cozy Riviera Beach of their youths on a frenzied literary pilgrimage, Serge A. Storms and his perpetually baked sidekick, Coleman, investigate the stories of a popular local surfer and an eccentric hermit before uncovering secrets that draw the attention of a murderous band of villains. By a New York Times best-selling author. Serge Storms No. 21
Scones and Scoundrels by Molly MacRae
The latest mystery from the author of Plaid and Plagiarism brings together a body outside a pub, a visiting author determined to find the killer and a murderously good batch of scones. Highland Bookshop Mysteries No. 2
The Silent Room: A Thriller by Mari Hannah
Working diligently to clear his former boss of corruption charges, Detective Sergeant Matthew Ryan struggles to uncover the truth when his boss disappears amid suspicions that he escaped, was abducted or worse. By the award-winning author of the Kate Daniels series.
Strangers by Ursula Archer & Arno Strobel
A man desperate to protect his amnesiac fiancée and a woman who has lost her memory through foul play struggle to trust each other in order to survive life-threatening adversaries, in a U.S. release of an international best-seller. By the award-winning author of Five and the best-selling author of The Flood.
A Treacherous Curse by Deanna Raybourn
When the enigmatic Stoker's former expedition partner goes missing from an archaeological dig with a priceless Egyptian diadem, Victorian adventurer Veronica Speedwell investigates mishaps that have plagued the expedition as well as malevolent enemies that threaten Stoker's career. By the New York Times best-selling author of A Perilous Undertaking. Veronica Speedwell Mysteries No. 3
A Whisper of Bones by Ellen Hart
Visiting her mother's family home for the first time since her own childhood, Britt is shocked when her relatives tell her that a cousin she played with never existed, a mystery that is investigated by private investigator Jane Lawless amid a suspicious fire, the discovery of a buried body and an untimely death. By the award-winning author of Fever in the Dark. Jane Lawless No. 25
Whisper the Dead by Stella Cameron
When Alex Duggins comes across a terrifying scene at the site of a new housing development, once again she is drawn into a case of brutal murder. By the author of Lies That Bind. Alex Duggins Mysteries No. 5
The Widows of Malabar Hill: A Mystery of 1920s Bombay by Sujata Massey
A debut entry in a new series by the Agatha Award-winning author of The Sleeping Dictionary introduces Bombay's first female lawyer, Oxford graduate Perveen Mistry, as she investigates a suspicious will on behalf of three Muslim widows living in strict purdah seclusion who become subject to a murderous guardian's schemes for their inheritances. Perveen Mistry No. 1
About That Kiss by Jill Shalvis
Forced to contact a seductive fixer who never called her after a passionate first kiss, a woman desperate to recover a precious stolen object makes surprising discoveries that compel both to give their relationship a chance. By the New York Times best-selling author of Accidentally on Purpose. Heartbreaker Bay No. 5
All That Glitters by Diana Palmer
Taking a job at a prestigious fashion house in New York, Ivory Keene is about to realize her dreams of becoming a fashion designer, but she puts her career on the line when she has a forbidden affair with her older boss, Curry Kells. By a New York Times best-selling author.
Blood Fury by J. R. Ward
A vampire warrior in training and her fellow aristocratic trainee struggle against the attraction they feel for one another as they prepare for a looming war. By the best-selling author of the Black Dagger Brotherhood series. Black Dagger Legacy No. 3
The Burial Society by Nina Sadowsky
Discovering her father dead in a luxury hotel room in Paris, Natalie is forced to confront the violent events that led to her mother's disappearance years earlier and finds herself on a collision course with her brother, a mysterious woman and dangerous family secrets. By the author of Just Fall.
Fall From Grace by Danielle Steel
When her wealthy and devoted husband dies suddenly in an accident, Sydney is devastated to learn that he left his estate to his vindictive daughters, a situation that forces her to take a job where she is wrongly set up to take the fall for a corrupt employer's illegal activities. By the best-selling author of Blue.
Happiness for Humans by P. Z. Reizin
Working to humanize a sophisticated AI, a London software company employee falls for an equally lonely aspiring writer in Connecticut before discovering that their match has been arranged by her AI charge, a situation that is further complicated by a hostile adversary.
Keep Her Safe by K. A. Tucker
The privileged son of a highly decorated Austin police chief struggles with his mother's end-of-life revelation about her role in destroying an innocent family's life, a dangerous secret he investigates at the side of a corrupt police officer's hardworking daughter. By a national best-selling author.
Promise Not to Tell by Jayne Ann Krentz
Having spent years battling demons stemming from her childhood in a cult and a fire that ended her mother's life, a Seattle gallery owner is devastated when one of her artists commits suicide after sending her a mysterious picture that compels her to team up with a fellow cult survivor, a private investigator who uncovers the work of a determined killer. Cutter, Sutter & Salinas No. 2
Sisters Like Us by Susan Mallery
Despite dealing with the chaos caused by her live-in mother, her virtual-assistant business, her rebellious teenage daughter and her pregnant sister, Bunny can’t help entertaining the notion that a handsome client that keeps coming around just may be for her. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author. Mischief Bay No. 4
Still Me by Jojo Moyes
The irrepressible Louisa Clark from Me Before You and After You arrives in New York to start a new life and a long-distance relationship with Ambulance Sam while working for the super-wealthy Gopniks, a job that introduces her to New York high society and a secretive man who reminds her of her own past. Me Before You No. 3
It Occurs to Me That I Am America: New Stories by Richard Russo, et al.
Published to coincide with the one-year anniversary of the Trump inauguration and the Women's March, a provocative anthology of original short stories by 30 best-selling and award-winning writers—including Alice Walker, Alice Hoffman and Lee Child—considers the fundamental ideals of a free, just and compassionate democracy as expressed through fiction and graphic artwork.
The Largesse of the Sea Maiden: Stories by Denis Johnson
A posthumous story collection by the National Book Award-winning author of Jesus' Son contemplates subjects ranging from old age and mortality to the unexpected ways the mysteries of the universe manifest, depicting haunted characters who would atone for the past, remember departed loved ones or come to terms with lifelong obsessions.
Points North: Stories by Howard Frank Mosher
Features stories centering around multiple generations of the Kinneson family in Vermont's fabled Northeast Kingdom and follows the experiences of a loquacious itinerant preacher who beguiles the residents of a small New England town, Kinneson fishermen whose livelihoods are threatened by a dam project and a young man who fruitlessly searches for love.
Act of Revenge by Dale Brown & Jim DeFelice
When Boston is hit by a coordinated string of terrorist attacks, robotics innovator Louis Massina leads a team of tech geniuses to deploy every bot, drone and cyberweapon at their disposal to save the city and bring the plot's mastermind to justice. By a pair of New York Times best-selling authors. Puppetmaster No. 2
Best Friends Forever by Margot Hunt
An intense friendship between the wealthy, manipulative Kat and the financially and emotionally struggling Alice takes a disturbing turn when Kat's loutish husband tumbles from the balcony of their mansion home and new revelations come to light.
Blood Sisters by Jane Corry
Years after a child of their acquaintance dies on a sunny school morning, Kitty languishes in an institution with no memory of the accident that put her there, while artisan Alison works as an art teacher in a prison where a series of threatening notes and an assault on a prisoner reveals the workings of a vengeful killer. By the best-selling author of My Husband's Wife.
The Bomb Maker by Thomas Perry
A lethally clever designer of explosives tests the skills and collective strength of the highly experienced LAPD Bomb Squad. By the award-winning author of the Jane Whitefield series.
The Chalk Man by C. J. Tudor
Three decades after his circle of friends is traumatized by the discovery of a murder victim while passing secret messages through a chalk-figure code of their invention, Eddie finds himself targeted by an unknown adversary who is using their former communication methods to torment and kill his friends. A first novel.
City of Endless Night by Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child
Heading an investigation into the murder of a wealthy tech billionaire's daughter, Lieutenant CDS Vincent D'Agosta teams up with FBI Special Agent A.X.L. Pendergast, only to uncover the work of a serial killer whose agenda threatens an entire city. By a pair of #1 Wall Street Journal and #1 New York Times best-selling authors. Pendergast No. 17
False Witness by Andrew Grant
Investigating the disappearances and murders of women on sequential birthdays, Detective Devereaux makes a high-profile arrest, only to discover that the wrong person has been taken into custody, a situation that leads to a race against time to prevent another killing. Detective Cooper No. 3
The Girlfriend by Michelle Frances
When her son, a handsome doctor, is left in a coma after a terrible accident, wealthy Laura Cavendish sets in motion a chain of events to make his manipulative girlfriend, Cherry, pay for her involvement, but Cherry has her own plans—to become Laura’s worst nightmare. Original. A #1 best-seller in the United Kingdom.
The God Gene by F. Paul Wilson
A sequel to Panacea finds Rick Hayden and Laura Fanning investigating the baffling disappearance of Rick's brother, a prominent NYU zoologist whose writings alluded to a mysterious gene marking the evolutionary development of human consciousness. By the award-winning author of the Repairman Jack series. The ICE Sequence No. 2
Grist Mill Road by Christopher J. Yates
Years after three friends from an idyllic hamlet 90 miles north of New York City are bound and then separated by a devastating, seemingly senseless crime, the trio revisits their painful pasts in even more traumatizing ways. By the award-winning author of Black Chalk.
Hellbent by Gregg Hurwitz
When the man who raised and trained him warns him that secret government forces are trying to eliminate all surviving members of the Orphan Program, Evan Smoak is challenged to track down and protect his teacher's last protégé from a brutal new Program leader. By the best-selling author of The Nowhere Man. Evan Smoak No. 3
House of Secrets by V. C. Andrews
Working as a servant at a gothic mansion, young Fern develops a close bond with the son of her wealthy employer before becoming subject to the new lady of the estate, a cruel and punishing mistress who interferes with the young couple's plans for the prom by exploiting haunting family secrets. House of Secrets No. 1
I Know My Name by C. J. Cooke
Appearing on the shores of a small Greek island with no memory of who she is or how she became shipwrecked, a woman discovers from her caregivers that she is both stranded and the object of a dark mystery, while in a faraway London suburb, a frantic husband searches for his missing wife while the police examine suspicious divides in their marriage.
If You Knew Her by Emily Elgar
Investigating the story of a beautiful comatose patient who was the victim of a hit-and-run, chief nurse Alice Marlowe uncovers a dark secret that threatens her own career at the same time a patient on the same ward, unable to communicate because of locked-in syndrome, comes to understand that the comatose woman's life is in danger. A first novel.
Into the Black Nowhere by Meg Gardiner
An FBI profiler is forced to navigate the twisted mind of a charismatic, ruthless serial killer responsible for the murders of a series of women in southern Texas, in a thriller inspired by the case of Ted Bundy. By the Edgar Award-winning author of China Lake. UNSUB No. 2
Killer Choice by Tom Hunt
When his pregnant wife falls dangerously ill, a financially strapped man is approached by a mysterious benefactor who offers him money for treatment in exchange for committing a murder, a situation that forces the desperate husband to confront the darkest reaches of his soul and betray those closest to him. A first novel.
King Zeno by Nathaniel Rich
A traumatized police officer, a conflicted Mafia matriarch and a talented trumpet musician cross paths in 1918 New Orleans against a backdrop of the Spanish flu, the birth of jazz and the brutal activities of an ax murderer. By the author of The Mayor's Tongue.
Light It Up by Nick Petrie
Helping a friend whose daughter's security company has been attacked by hijackers targeting cannabis transports, combat veteran Peter Ash investigates the disparity between the sophisticated heists and the suspiciously lower value of the cargo they are stealing. By the author of The Drifter. Peter Ash No. 3
Munich by Robert Harris
A spy thriller set against a backdrop of the fateful Munich Conference of 1938 follows the experiences of a rising star in the British diplomatic service and his Oxford friend, a secret member of the anti-Hitler resistance, who while on a disastrous collision course with each other witness pivotal events involving Chamberlain, Mussolini and other historical figures.
Need to Know by Karen Cleveland
A dedicated CIA counterintelligence analyst assigned to uncover the leaders of Russian sleeper cells in the United States stumbles on a secret dossier of deep-cover agents before facing an impossible choice that tests her loyalties to the agency and her own family. A first novel.
The Night Market by Jonathan Moore
Investigating a crime scene in a luxurious city home where a victim's body has been contaminated by an unknown substance, Inspector Ross Carver is confronted by FBI agents and awakens in his bed under the care of a neighbor who tells him a suspicious story about what happened.
The Night Trade by Barry Eisler
When an effort to arrest a trafficking kingpin goes violently wrong, sex-crimes detective Livia Lone forges a partnership with a former Marine sniper who is tracking the same criminal, only to uncover a conspiracy with ties to the highest levels of American intelligence. By the New York Times best-selling author of The Detachment. Livia Lone No. 2
Operator Down by Brad Taylor
Veteran operator Pike Logan and his team embark on a high-risk search for an undercover Mossad agent, only to stumble on a ruthless military coup in Africa, a situation that tests his Taskforce loyalties. By the best-selling author of Ring of Fire. Pike Logan No. 12
Perish by Lisa Black
Maggie and Jack investigate the brutal murder of the founder of a large financial company and enter the cutthroat world of big finance, where everyone is intent on making killing, in the latest addition to the series following Unpunished. Gardiner and Renner No. 3
Robicheaux by James Lee Burke
Struggling with PTSD, alcoholism and wrenching loss, Dave Robicheaux discovers that he may have committed the homicide he is investigating and endeavors to clear his name and make sense of the killing. By the Edgar Award-winning author of Creole Belle. Dave Robicheaux No. 21
Sunday Silence by Nicci French
Declared a person of interest when a body is discovered beneath the floorboards of her own home, London psychologist Frieda Klein realizes that a copycat killer of the chief suspect is responsible before she finds herself in a deadly game of tug-of-war between two obsessive murderers. Frieda Klein No. 7
The Take by Christopher Reich
Preferring work that allows him to stay under the radar, freelance industrial spy Simon Riske reluctantly takes a high-profile job from the CIA involving a gangster's theft of millions from a visiting Saudi prince and a stolen letter containing highly sensitive information. By the New York Times best-selling author of Rules of Deception.
Traitor by Jonathan de Shalit
Years after a materially minded Israeli rises to the upper echelons of Israel's government by betraying state secrets to a CIA agent who is actually a Russian mole, a top-secret investigative team is forced to consider an act of brutal treachery to outmaneuver one of history's most ruthless double agents.
Two Girls Down by Louisa Luna
Hired by the devastated mother of two young girls who have gone missing from a small Pennsylvania town strip mall, enigmatic bounty hunter Alice Vega is rebuffed by the overextended local police and partners with disgraced former cop, Max Caplan, on a case involving a dangerous web of lies, false leads and complex relationships.
Unbound by Stuart Woods
New York City cop-turned-Manhattan law firm rainmaker Stone Barrington encounters an adversary more threatening than any of his career, in a work of suspense by the Edgar Award-winning author of Chiefs. Stone Barrington No. 44
Watch Me by Jody Gehrman
A creative-writing professor fears she is diminishing into obscurity in the wake of her divorce and the failure of her latest book before embarking on a psychologically charged affair with a promising student who leads her into a deadly web of lies and forbidden desire. By the award-winning author of Babe in Boyland.
The Weight of an Infinite Sky by Carrie La Seur
A story inspired by Shakespeare's Hamlet follows the experiences of a Montana cattle rancher's son whose career disappointments give way to the death of his father, his scheming uncle's advances toward his mother and a mining company's designs on his family's land. By the acclaimed author of The Home Place.
The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen
A psychologically charged tale of suspense follows the unexpected twists that shape a divorce and second marriage that are anything but what they seem. Co-written by the author of The Opposite of Me.
The Wife by Alafair Burke
Marrying an economics professor she met while catering an East Hampton dinner party, Angela finds her tragic past coming under scrutiny at the same time she is asked to defend her husband against wrongful accusations. By the New York Times best-selling author of the Edgar Award-nominated The Ex.
The Woman in the Window by A. J. Finn
An agoraphobic recluse languishes in her New York City home, drinking wine and spying on her neighbors, before witnessing a terrible crime through her window that exposes her secrets and raises questions about her perceptions of reality. A first novel.