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Fantasy & Science Fiction
Blood of the Four by Christopher Golden & Tim Lebbon
A princess' desire for power in a realm where everyone is a slave upsets the delicate balance of peace between the royal and working classes, triggering a series of events that will end in her either becoming a goddess or destroying the kingdom.
Burn Bright by Patricia Briggs
When the rest of their pack goes into voluntary exile for the sake of peace, mated werewolves Charles and Anna are asked to help rescue an abducted wolf only to find themselves confronted by dark magic elements from the past. By the best-selling author of Silence Fallen. Alpha and Omega No. 5
A Call to Vengeance by David Weber & Timothy Zahn with Thomas Pope
When a shadowy enemy launches an attack on the Star Kingdom, Royal Manticoran Navy officers Travis Long and Lisa Donnelly struggle to defend the kingdom at the same time their corrupt government discredits the navy to advance a political conspiracy. Manticore Ascendant No. 3
Census by Jesse Ball
Learning that he does not have long to live and will need to figure out how to provide for his developmentally disabled adult son, a widower signs up as a census taker for a mysterious government bureau and leaves town with his son on a cross-country journey of memories and revelations.
The Coincidence Makers by Yoav Blum
Working for a secret group that orchestrates seemingly coincidental occurrences that actually spark significant changes in the lives of their targets, Guy receives an assignment of the highest level with the capacity to profoundly change lives and teach the true nature of fate, free will and love, in a first U.S. release by an internationally best-selling author from Israel.
The Feed by Nick Clark Windo
Living in a world where everyone is willingly addicted to The Feed, a technology that instantly connects everyone to news, information and the thoughts and feelings of others, Tom uses his skills of existing without being connected to help his family survive when The Feed collapses, decimating modern society.
Lake Silence by Anne Bishop
Taking over the management of a rustic resort in the aftermath of a divorce, Vicki teams up with shape-shifting lodger Aggie to investigate a murder that is complicated by corrupt detectives and the awakening of omnipotent ancient forces. World of the Others No. 1
The Last Jedi by Jason Fry
An official novelization of the highly anticipated Star Wars film, The Last Jedi, continues the epic adventures of Rey, Finn, Poe and Luke Skywalker. By the author of The Secret Life of Droids. Movie tie-in.
The Queens of Innis Lear by Tessa Gratton
An epic adult fantasy inspired by Shakespeare's King Lear depicts a once-bountiful isle decimated by a prophecy-obsessed king's erratic decisions, where three rival princesses use respective approaches to prepare for a war that will determine their realm's leadership and survival. By the author of the Gods of New Asgard series.
The Adulterants by Joe Dunthorne
A tech journalist and expectant father makes merciless observations about the foibles and failings of groups he blames for rising conflicts in the streets of his community, a situation he unconsciously complicates with a stubborn refusal to accept adult responsibilities. By the award-winning author of Wild Abandon.
Alternate Side by Anna Quindlen
Living in a quiet Manhattan brownstone that has become its own little community, Nora discovers her true self in the wake of a violent attack that exposes the racial, economic, martial and interpersonal tensions beneath her neighbors' façade of harmony. By the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Object Lessons.
Anatomy of a Miracle by Jonathan Miles
Confined to a wheelchair after a paralyzing injury, an Afghanistan War veteran endures a hardscrabble existence in his sister's ramshackle Mississippi home before spontaneously regaining his ability to walk, an apparent miracle that subjects him to scientific and religious debates and exposes his most private secrets.
Every Note Played by Lisa Genova
A once-celebrated concert pianist who is gradually succumbing to ALS is forced to accept help from the estranged wife he pushed away, a situation that forces the couple to reconcile their past before time runs out. By the best-selling author of Still Alice.
The Family Next Door by Sally Hepworth
A new mother struggling with profound depression in the aftermath of her first child's birth hides the truth about her unhappiness before forging a friendship with an unpopular single mother and renter who chose to move to the community for a secret purpose. By the author of The Mother's Promise.
Feast Days by Ian MacKenzie
A young wife relocates with her financier husband to São Paulo, where she encounters crime, protests, refugees, gentrification and the collision of art and commerce while confronting the crisis slowly building inside her own marriage.
The Fighter by Michael Farris Smith
The author of Desperation Road presents a blistering novel of violence and deliverance set against the mythic backdrop of the Mississippi Delta.
The Flicker of Old Dreams by Susan Henderson
Finding fulfillment in her job as an embalmer in her father's Midwestern mortuary, outsider Mary bonds with a villainized local who was blamed for a fatal accident 20 years earlier, a friendship that compels her to consider what might happen if she were to leave their fading community.
Girls Burn Brighter by Shobha Rao
Forging a deep friendship with impoverished but passionate fellow weaver Savitha, motherless Poornima begins to reconnect with the beauty of the world before a devastating act of cruelty drives her friend away, compelling her to leave behind everything she knows to search for her friend in the darkest corners of India's underworld and beyond. A first novel.
Graffiti Palace by A. G. Lombardo
A creative adaptation of The Odyssey is set against a backdrop of the 1965 Watts Riots and follows the experiences of a street-art aficionado who navigates the sometimes dangerous, culturally rich and gang-controlled underworld of period Los Angeles. A first novel.
Happiness by Aminatta Forna
An American scientist and an Ghanaian psychologist become unlikely partners and friends during a search for a missing child that challenges their perspectives on their careers and happiness. By the author of The Hired Man.
His Risk by Shelley Shepard Gray
When a sibling's illness compels him to return to the Amish community he left at the age of 14, an undercover DEA agent falls for a skeptical Amish schoolteacher and worries in the face of a surge in criminal activity that his double life is putting everyone he loves at risk. Amish of Hart County No. 4
The House of Broken Angels by Luis Alberto Urrea
Across one bittersweet weekend in their San Diego neighborhood, revelers mingle among the palm trees and cacti, celebrating the lives of family patriarch Miguel "Big Angel" De La Cruz and his mother, and recounting the many tales that have passed into family lore. By the Pulitzer Prize-finalist author of The Hummingbird's Daughter.
I'll Be Your Blue Sky by Marisa de los Santos
Three weeks after an elderly neighbor helps her find the courage to end an unhealthy relationship, Clare unexpectedly inherits a small house from the woman and with the help of loved ones pieces together the story of the house and her courageous benefactor. By the best-selling author of Belong to Me.
The Italian Teacher by Tom Rachman
An Italian youth raised to revere the genius artist father who abandoned their family strives to become worthy of his father's attentions through a series of failed career pursuits before he hatches a scheme to secure his father's legacy. By the best-selling author of The Imperfectionists.
Laura & Emma by Kate Greathead
Conceiving a child during a weekend fling, a 30-something product of progressive Manhattan old money raises her daughter in the same blue-blood world of her own upbringing before her daughter begins to question their environment in ways she never could herself. A first novel.
Memento Park by Mark Sarvas
Learning that a painting that was stolen from his family during World War II has been found, Hungarian native Matt Santos is challenged to repair complicated relationships, uncover important family history and restore his own connection to Judaism in order to recover the artwork. By the author of Harry, Revised.
Paris Metro by Wendell Steavenson
Working as an American news correspondent in the Middle East for several years after 9/11, Kit learns the stories of people from all walks of life and marries an Iraqi diplomat before the Charlie Hebdo attack forces her to confront her fears about terrorism and the trustworthiness of those closest to her.
The Parking Lot Attendant by Nafkote Tamirat
A reviled member of a dysfunctional Ethiopian immigrant community in Boston reflects on the experiences that brought her and her introverted father to America and traces her growing bond with the community's charismatic con-man leader, whose schemes embroil her in a plot with unanticipated repercussions.
The Recipe Box by Viola Shipman
When her efforts to pursue a professional culinary life away from her family's northern Michigan orchard end in disappointment, Sam spends a summer working for the family pie shop and begins to learn about and understand the women in her life, her family's history and her passion for food as she prepares beloved ancestral recipes. By the best-selling author of The Charm Bracelet.
Sociable by Rebecca Harrington
Discovering her talent for writing viral fluff pieces, a young reporter sets aside her former ambition to become a serious journalist and becomes an overnight sensation before the realities of fame and low income compel her to reevaluate her perspectives about creativity and happiness.
Speak No Evil by Uzodinma Iweala
An Ivy League-bound star athlete from a prestigious private school in Washington, D.C., and his best friend, the daughter of prominent government insiders, struggle with brutal responses to the young man's sexual orientation before finding themselves speeding toward a violent and senseless future. By an award-winning author.
Stray City by Chelsey Johnson
Building a home for herself in the thriving but insular lesbian underground of Portland away from her Midwestern Catholic childhood, a young artist becomes unexpectedly pregnant after a reckless night and is forced to come to terms with her past a decade later when her precocious daughter asks about her father. A first novel.
Trenton Makes by Tadzio Koelb
Decades after a World War II factory worker kills her army veteran husband in a domestic brawl and assumes his identity to secure a fair job and an independent life, a woman builds a family that begins to crumble under the intolerable pressure of her long ruse. A first novel.
What You Don't Know About Charlie Outlaw by Leah Stewart
The author of The Myth of You and Me explores an untraditional love story through the lens of a character actor who must finally become the hero of her own story.
All the Beautiful Girls by Elizabeth J. Church
A spirited young woman fights the demons of her past by becoming a dancer in 1960s Las Vegas, where her sensual beauty leads to her work in glamorous productions and a consuming affair with a fiery photographer. By the author of The Atomic Weight of Love.
Bachelor Girl by Kim Van Alkemade
A tale inspired by the true story of Yankees owner Jacob Ruppert and his mysterious 1939 bequest traces how a Jazz Age millionaire takes his personal secretary and a young actress under his wing and oversees their growing love for each other before triggering dark rumors with his decision to leave the young woman the bulk of his fortune. By the best-selling author of Orphan #8.
The Balcony by Jane Delury
A century-spanning portrait—from the Belle Époque to the present day—of the inhabitants of a French village reveals the deception, despair, love and longing beneath the calm surface of ordinary lives.
The Cloister by James Carroll
A priest and a Holocaust survivor find their perspectives and senses of identity reshaped by their shared investigation into the classic romance between discredited religious scholar Peter Abelard and his intellectual paramour, Héloïse.
Court of Lions by Jane Johnson
Moving to the culturally rich city of Granada in the aftermath of a personal trauma, Kate discovers a scrap of paper hidden in an ancient garden wall containing a 15th-century message that changes her life forever. By the author of The Tenth Gift.
Gods of Howl Mountain by Taylor Brown
Concocting potions and cures for her mountain-dwelling community, a folk healer with a dark past helps her bootleg-whiskey-runner grandson outmaneuver rivals, federal agents, snake charmers and the mystery of his mother's long confinement in a mental hospital. By the award-winning author of The River of Kings.
I Was Anastasia by Ariel Lawhon
An evocative retelling of the Anastasia survival myth follows the appearance of a traumatized, badly scarred young woman who claims to be the youngest Romanov daughter, launching a half-century of questions, accusations and changing perspectives on identity as conveyed by her supporters and detractors. By the author of Flight of Dreams.
The Italian Party by Christina Lynch
Arriving in 1956 Tuscany, newlyweds Scottie and Michael find their sensory experiences in the ancient city overshadowed by dark secrets, the disappearance of a troubled teen and unsettling revelations about their roles in a dangerous political game. A first novel.
The Last Watchman of Old Cairo by Michael David Lukas
A Berkeley literature student from a mixed-faith family receives a mysterious package that draws him into a quest to uncover his ancestors' tangled history as watchmen for Old Cairo's storied Ibn Ezra Synagogue. By the award-winning author of The Oracle of Stamboul.
One House Over by Mary Monroe
Longing to enjoy life on the wild side without consequences in their 1930s Alabama community, spouses Joyce and Odell forge a secret friendship with a pair of successful bootleggers whose resentment over being marginalized leads to the exposure of Odell's scandalous double life. Neighbors No. 1
A Reckoning by Linda Spalding
A Virginia family must come to terms with their slave-owning past as the Civil War approaches and an abolitionist visits their plantation, throwing it into turmoil before compelling the family to move West. By the award-winning author of The Purchase.
The Room on Rue Amélie by Kristin Harmel
An American newlywed whose romantic dreams are shattered by the realities of war, an 11-year-old Jewish girl witnessing the horrors of mass deportations, and a British Royal Air Force soldier who wonders if he is making a difference are brought together by fate and loss in Nazi-occupied Paris, where together they find the courage to survive.
The Sparsholt Affair by Alan Hollinghurst
A World War II-era Oxford engineering student who hides secret ambitions to join the Royal Air Force and the lonely son of a celebrated novelist forge a fateful bond that reverberates throughout seven decades of shared family life and friendship. By the award-winning author of The Line of Beauty.
Mystery & Detective
The Affliction by Beth Gutcheon
When a talkative teacher is murdered during the tensions of an evaluation to see if Rye Manor School will remain open, retired school head Maggie Detweiler is joined by madcap socialite friend Hope to identify a killer among multiple suspects, in a sequel to Death at Breakfast. Maggie Detwiler and Hope Babbin No. 2
Auntie Poldi and the Sicilian Lions by Mario Giordano. Trans by John Brownjohn.
Retiring to Sicily in the hopes of spending her final years enjoying the ocean view, the wine and the company of friends, 60-year-old Auntie Poldi discovers that her new home is not quite as tranquil as anticipated when her handsome young handyman is found murdered. Auntie Poldi Adventures No. 1
The Bags of Tricks Affair by Bill Pronzini
When a woman who is the only witness to a murder is violently targeted by the culprit's family, Carpenter and Quincannon are forced to split up to outmaneuver two tricky con men and protect the woman's life, a situation that is complicated by Quincannon's growing feelings for her. Carpenter and Quincannon No. 6
Black and White Ball by Loren D. Estleman
A first crossover novel stars fan-favorite private investigator Amos Walker and hit man Peter Macklin, who struggle to protect Macklin's estranged wife from a murderous killer who may or may not be Peter's own son. By the Shamus Award-winning author of The Lioness Is the Hunter. Amos Walker No. 27
The Darling Dahlias and the Unlucky Clover by Susan Wittig Albert
When the post-Prohibition community of Darling is thrown into a turmoil by disappointments surrounding a Dixie barbershop competition and a breakdown in the local telephone system, sheriff Buddy Norris makes a perspective-changing discovery while confronting Cypress County's most notorious bootlegger. Darling Dahlias No. 7
Death Comes in Through the Kitchen by Teresa Dovalpage
Arriving in 2003 Havana to marry his fiancée, a San Diego journalist is shattered by her murder and immediately targeted with suspicion by the authorities, prompting the young man's desperate personal investigation to clear his name and find justice for a woman who may have been hiding the truth about her identity.
The Echo Killing by Christi Daugherty
When a murder that eerily resembles a 15-year-old cold case rocks Savannah, crime reporter Harper McClain risks everything to find the identity of a calculating killer. A first adult novel by the author of the Night School series. Harper McClain No. 1
Jackrabbit Smile by Joe R. Lansdale
Hired by a couple of Pentecostal white supremacists to find their missing daughter, Hap, a self-proclaimed white-trash rebel, and Leonard, a tough-as-nails black gay Vietnam vet and Republican, find themselves mixed up in a revivalist cult that believes Jesus will return flanked by an army of lizard-men. Hap and Leonard No. 13
The Last Equation of Isaac Severy: A Novel in Clues by Nova Jacobs
Receiving a cryptic letter from her famous mathematician grandfather just before his suicide, adopted granddaughter Hazel, the owner of a struggling bookstore in Seattle, is charged with tracking down and protecting a dangerous equation before dangerous enemies can exploit it. A first novel.
Plum Tea Crazy by Laura Childs
When a banker believed to have died accidentally is discovered to have been hit by a crossbow, Theodosia is challenged to identify the killer among multiple suspects, including an estranged wife, a disgruntled co-worker and a real-estate partner. By the author of the Cackleberry Club mysteries. Tea Shop Mysteries No. 19
The Punishment She Deserves by Elizabeth George
Inspector Thomas Lynley of Scotland Yard and the pugnacious but loyal detective sergeant Barbara Havers tackle one of the most sinister murder cases they have ever encountered. By the Agatha Award-winning author of A Banquet of Consequences. Inspector Lynley No. 20
The Purloined Puzzle by Parnell Hall
Agreeing to help an obnoxious teen solve a puzzle, amateur sleuth and crossword impresario Cora Felton discovers a blood-stained knife in the puzzle's place before a body is discovered in the middle of Main Street, a case that is further complicated by her ex-husband's real-estate scam. By the co-author of the Teddy Fay series. Puzzle Lady No. 19
Red Alert by James Patterson & Marshall Karp
When a fundraiser involving New York's wealthy elite is targeted by a fatal blast, detectives Zack Jordan and Kylie MacDonald discover a link between the bombing and the murder of a high-profile woman filmmaker before realizing that the bombers may be among the A-list guests they were hired to protect. NYPD Red No. 5
The Temptation of Forgiveness by Donna Leon
A suspicious accident involving the father of a boy suspected of doing drugs finds Commissario Guido Brunetti pursuing a series of false and contradictory leads before uncovering a long-standing scam and unleashing unintentional consequences. By the award-winning author of Earthly Remains. Commissario Guido Brunetti No. 27
The Third Victim by Phillip Margolin
When a series of abductions, tortures and murders are traced to the home of a prominent attorney in rural Oregon, a rookie lawyer becomes a second chair to a legendary criminal defense attorney who holds a dangerous secret. By the best-selling author of Lost Lake.
To Die But Once by Jacqueline Winspear
Investigating the disappearance of an apprentice craftsman who had been working on a secret government contract, Maisie Dobbs discovers suspicious links to the London underworld and another boy close to her heart. By the best-selling author of In This Grave Hour. Maisie Dobbs No. 14
Accidental Heroes by Danielle Steel
A decorated former Air Force pilot, a pregnant flight attendant and a dedicated TSA agent find their fates colliding with those of other fellow passengers who must fight for their lives during a fateful flight from New York to San Francisco. By the best-selling author of The Mistress.
As You Wish by Jude Deveraux
Gathering in a house in Summer Hill, Virginia to support one another through marital woes, three women from different generations reflect on their experiences with estrangement, expectation and infidelity while resolving to pursue life on their own terms. By the award-winning author of For All Time. Summerhouse No. 3
Covert Game by Christine Feehan
When one of the world's leading experts on artificial intelligence is captured by a criminal mastermind, a GhostWalker assassin desperate to escape from the demons of his past embarks on what could prove to be a suicide mission. By the best-selling author of the Shadow Riders series. GhostWalker No. 14
A Dangerous Game by Heather Graham
When a desperate woman shoves an infant into her arms and flees only to be murdered minutes later, psychologist Kieran Finnegan teams up with FBI Special Agent Craig Frasier to expose and end a human-trafficking operation. New York Confidential No. 3
High Voltage by Karen Marie Moning
A first entry in a new story arc set in the world of the best-selling Fever series finds Christian MacKeltar, Ryodan, Dani, Mac, Barrons and other fan-favorite characters working to protect Dublin from deadly, power-hungry factions. By the author of the Highlander series. Fever No. 10
The River House by Carla Neggers
Hired to organize an entrepreneurial boot camp, a successful party planner reconnects with a childhood friend who has become a high-flying businessman and whose professional ambitions complicate their growing bond. Swift River Valley No. 8
Sweet Vengeance by Fern Michaels
Wrongly accused of murdering her husband and children, an innocent woman endures 10 years in prison before a technicality prompts a new trial that she prepares for by retreating to a small tropical island to gather information that she hopes will lead to her exoneration. By the best-selling author of the Sisterhood series.
The Woman Left Behind by Linda Howard
A gruff, no-nonsense GO-Team leader who relies on the sensual voice of the team's communication expert to guide him through dangerous assignments becomes her rescuer in the aftermath of an attack that leaves her stranded on a deserted station. By the award-winning author of Troublemaker.
Awayland: Stories by Ramona Ausubel
An inventive story collection explores themes of love, identity, coming of age and parenthood as they are shaped by mythology and universal experiences in different world regions, from a girl who watches her homesick mother dissolve into mist to a Mars-bound chef who embarks on a more treacherous journey closer to home. By the award-winning author of No One Is Here Except All of Us.
Bring Out the Dog: Stories by Will Mackin
A short-story collection from a U.S. Navy veteran who completed five tours in Iraq and Afghanistan stands as a remarkable series of episodes reflecting the absurdity and poetry that define life in the most clandestine circles of modern warfare.
Cloudbursts: Collected and New Stories by Thomas McGuane
An abundant collection of 45 short stories by the acclaimed author of Crow Fair depicts protagonists on the fringes of society whose twisted pasts complicate their future prospects, in a volume set in the seedy corners of Key West, the remote shores of the Bahamas and McGuane's hallmark Big Sky country.
Barbed Wire Heart by Tess Sharpe
In a book set in upstate New York near the Canadian border, Harley McKenna has had to work for her North Country-criminal father since she was 16, and as she is trying to decide whether to stay in the family business or get out, her family's biggest rivals, the Springfields, come gunning for her.
The Bishop's Pawn by Steve Berry
Former Justice Department agent Cotton Malone uncovers a disturbing link between a case from his past and the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. that risks innocent lives and threatens the legacy of the Civil Rights movement's iconic martyr. By the best-selling author of The 14th Colony. Cotton Malone No. 13
Bone Music by Christopher Rice
Raised by a pair of serial killers who murdered her mother and tried to reshape her in their own twisted image, Charlotte is further victimized by tabloid tell-alls that erupt after her rescue before she is dosed with an experimental drug that gives her a shocking new power and causes her to be targeted by a power-hungry corporation. Burning Girl No. 1
The Broken Girls by Simone St. James
More than 60 years after one of four friends in a reputedly haunted boarding school goes missing, journalist Fiona Sheridan resolves to learn her sister's fate before a harrowing discovery is made. By the award-winning author of The Haunting of Maddy Clare.
Caribbean Rim by Randy Wayne White
When a discriminating director of the Florida Division of Historical Resources and his young assistant go missing, Doc Ford navigates a high-stakes mission to fight a murder charge against his amateur archaeologist friend. By the award-winning author of Mangrove Lightning. Doc Ford No. 25
Closer Than You Know by Brad Parks
Enduring a brutal foster-care upbringing, Melanie embarks on an adult life that she hopes will allow her to leave the past behind, only to be framed for drug charges that threaten her ability to keep her baby, a situation that is aided by an attorney who would solve the cold case of a serial rapist. By the Shamus Award-winning author of Say Nothing.
Crimson Lake by Candice Fox
Wrongly accused of the brutal abduction of a 13-year-old girl, Sydney detective Ted is forced to hide in the crocodile-infested wetlands of Crimson Lake, where he agrees to help convicted killer Amanda Pharrell in a case involving dangerous secrets. By the award-winning co-author of Never Never. Crimson Lake No. 1
The Day She Disappeared by Christobel Kent
When a fly-by-night party girl disappears from a bar in Cornwell, her best friend, Natalie, refuses to believe that the missing woman has simply left of her own accord, a situation that is complicated by an older alcoholic's struggles to remember something he may have witnessed. By the author of The Drowning River.
The Disappeared by C. J. Box
Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett tackles two parallel cases involving the disappearance of a prominent British executive and a group of falconers who are being harassed by the feds, a double assignment that catches the attentions of a dangerous adversary. By the Edgar Award-winning author of Vicious Circle. Joe Pickett No. 18
Duel to the Death by Judith A. Jance
The best-selling author of the J. P. Beaumont and Joanna Brady thrillers presents a latest entry in the popular series starring Ali Reynolds, former Los Angeles news anchor-turned-amateur sleuth. Ali Reynolds No. 13
The Escape Artist by Brad Meltzer
Discovering that a military artist-in-residence who has been officially declared dead by the government is actually alive and on the run, Zig, a worker at Dover Air Force Base, uncovers disturbing facts about the young woman's past before learning that she witnessed something she was not supposed to see. By a best-selling author.
Exhibit Alexandra by Natasha Bell
An abducted woman held against her will in a room suffers tortuous worries about her husband and children, who, in the wake of unsettling evidence, are led to believe she has been killed.
Fade to Black by David Rosenfelt
Struggling to recover his memory after being wounded in the line of duty, New Jersey state police officer Doug Brock is approached by a fellow member of his amnesia support group who has discovered a cold-case murder victim's scrapbook and possible ties to Doug's own past. By the award-winning author of the Andy Carpenter series. Doug Brock No. 2
Flash Points by David Hagberg
When an unpredictable new American president is elected, retired CIA assassin Kirk McGarvey is challenged to stop a dual plot involving terrorist assassins and staged attacks on volatile world regions designed to expose the new President's inability to fulfill his duties. By author of Tower Down. McGarvey No. 22
The Flight Attendant by Christopher A. Bohjalian
A binge-drinking flight attendant wakes up in an unfamiliar hotel room beside a dead body and sneaks back to her work, telling a series of lies that complicate her ability to figure out what really happened. By the best-selling author of Midwives.
The Girl in the Moon by Terry Goodkind
Having an abusive childhood and now living a secluded life in a cabin in the woods, Angela Constantine finds that her inherited ability to recognize killers has attracted the attention of international terrorists. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author.
The Hunger by Alma Katsu
A supernatural reimagining of the Donner Party story follows a group of wagon-train pioneers who navigate sanity-testing misfortunes, including the mysterious death of a little boy and a series of disappearances that cause a beautiful member of the group to be accused of witchcraft. By the author of The Taker.
If I Die Tonight by Alison Gaylin
When a once-famous 80s pop queen stumbles into a quiet Hudson Valley police station to report a hit-and-run auto theft, the case goes viral on social media, transforming the lives of locals who remember their interactions with the victim and perpetrator in ways that distort popular opinions about what really happened.
I'll Keep You Safe by Peter May
A novel that alternates between the glamorous fashion world of Paris and the rugged beauty of the Isle of Harris centers around the murder of a pair of fabric entrepreneurs, which leaves the Parisian police to wonder whether the motive was money or something far more personal.
The Innocent Wife by Amy Lloyd
Falling in love with a man on Death Row she believes was falsely accused, a young schoolteacher successfully campaigns for the man's release and becomes his wife, only to begin to wonder about his possible guilt in the aftermath of his release.
Let Me Lie by Clare Mackintosh
Struggling to come to terms with her parents' double suicide, new mother Anna commits herself to uncovering what really happened, only to be confronted by a mysterious adversary who would keep the past hidden. By the award-winning author of I See You.
Not That I Could Tell by Jessica Strawser
An innocent weekend get-together of women friends turns sinister when the group discovers on Monday morning that one of their number has gone missing, a disappearance that places the woman's husband under suspicion and forces two of the women two reckon with personal secrets. By the author of Almost Missed You.
The Other Mother by Carol Goodman
A woman on the run with her infant daughter from a controlling husband takes a job at a Catskills estate and navigates the difficult challenges of post partum mood disorder at the side of a charismatic new friend who proves to have a disturbing hidden nature. By the award-winning author of The Lake of Dead Languages.
Rip Crew by Sebastian Rotella
Maverick agent Valentine Pescatore investigates a killing that leads him across borders and reveals a vast conspiracy of wealth and power close to home. By the author of The Convert's Song.
The Rising Sea by Clive Cussler & Graham Brown
Investigating an alarming rise in the world's sea levels, Kurt, Joe and the rest of the NUMA scientific team uncover a diabolical plot to upset the Pacific balance of power by triggering natural disasters to displace billions of people. NUMA Files No. 15
The Sandman by Lars Kepler. Trans by Neil Smith.
The internationally best-selling author of The Hypnotist presents the chilling story of a manipulative serial killer and two brilliant police agents who must hold fast to their sanity to beat him at his own game and rescue a girl who went missing 13 years earlier. Joona Linna No. 4
Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney
A psychological thriller by a former BBC News producer depicts the harrowing experiences of a coma patient with shut-in syndrome who while unable to move or speak must listen to those around her to figure out what happened and who is responsible for her injuries.
The Stakes by Ben Sanders
Planning to use his position as an NYPD detective to rob wealthy criminals and retire early, Miles Keller is investigated for his role in the shooting of a hit man and teams up with a crime boss' estranged wife when the hit man's vengeful cousin targets them both. By the author of Marshall's Law.
Tangerine by Christine Mangan
Arriving in Tangier with her new husband only to encounter the estranged best friend she has not seen in more than a year, Alice allows her friend to introduce her to the rhythms and culture of Morocco, only to be quickly stifled by the woman's controlling nature, a situation that turns sinister when her husband goes missing. A first novel.
The Terminal List by Jack Carr
A Navy SEAL who has lost everything, including his family and his teammates, uncovers a dark conspiracy behind the murders before resolving to use his elite skills to exact justice.
Truth or Dare by Fern Michaels
After Joe Espinosa and his dog, Cyrus, discover three scared children alone in the woods off an isolated country road, the Men of the Sisterhood launch an investigation that produces shocking discoveries. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author. Men of the Sisterhood No. 4
The Wild Inside by Jamey Bradbury
Spending her days tracking and running with her dogs in the Alaskan wilderness, Iditarod contender Tracy survives a mysterious encounter in the woods and begins to question the agenda of a stranger who she fears may be targeting her family. A first novel.