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Fantasy & Science Fiction
The Collapsing Empire by John Scalzi
When humanity discovers the existence of an extra-dimensional field capable of transporting travelers to different worlds instantly, a significantly depopulated Earth is threatened by a subsequent finding that the field is unstable and may be cutting travelers off on the wrong side of Earth-friendly worlds. No. 1
Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop
Struggling to maintain the peace after Lakeside Courtyard survives the Elder cleansing, wolf shifter leader Simon Wolfgard and blood prophet Meg Corbyn are confronted by a shady scavenger who instigates tensions and draws the negative attentions of the Elders. By the award-winning author of the Black Jewels Trilogy. Others No. 5
New York 2140 by Kim Stanley Robinson
When a New York City of the near future is submerged by rising waters, the residents rapidly adapt the thriving metropolis until it becomes a vibrant, though permanently changed, canal region of island skyscrapers and remarkable inhabitants.
Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs
Rendered a pawn against werewolf Adam and the Tri-Cities vampires, Mercy flees her captor and struggles to recruit allies while avoiding activities that could cause an interspecies war. By the best-selling author of Fire Touched. Mercy Thompson No. 10
The Song Rising by Samantha Shannon
A latest installment in the best-selling series that began with The Bone Season finds a clairvoyant underworld queen forging a tentative alliance with the Ranthem only to have her rule threatened by catastrophically powerful technology. Bone Season No. 3
Spaceman of Bohemia by Jaroslav Kalfar
Raised by his grandparents on the Czech countryside and rising to the country's first astronaut, Jakub abandons his wife to atone for his father's sins as a Communist informer by accepting a dangerous solo mission to Venus and encounters fantastical, philosophical elements before clashing with Russian rivals. A first novel.
Spymaster by Margaret Weis & Robert Krammes
Pirates from the warring Rosian and Freyan empires continue preying on each others’ ships, unaware that they are being controlled by a sinister cabal, in the first book of a new series set in the world of the Dragon Brigade trilogy. Dragon Corsairs No. 1
The Wanderers by Meg Howrey
Auditioning for the first-ever mission to Mars, three astronauts share experiences that push the boundary between the real and surreal while irrevocably changing their relationships and familial bonds.
All Grown Up by Jami Attenberg
Hiding the truth about her unhappiness and struggles with anxiety from everyone including her family, best friend and therapist, an alcoholic designer joins her loved ones in a reevaluation of family strength in the wake of a newborn's heartbreaking ailment. By the best-selling author of The Middlesteins.
Almost Missed You by Jessica Strawser
A seemingly loving husband abruptly walks out on his wife, taking their baby with him, and turns up at the home of his best friend, who faces an impossible choice between calling the police and allowing him to stay when he threatens to expose a terrible secret. A first novel.
The Arrangement by Sarah Dunn
A progressive New York couple with an autistic son move to a bucolic Hudson Valley exurb and immerse themselves in the local community only to have their bond tested by an invitation to become an open-marriage couple. By a senior writer for Murphy Brown and the author of The Big Love.
The Barrowfields by Phillip Lewis
Growing up in an immense house of iron and glass on a North Carolina mountainside under the shadow of his brilliant, ambitious father, Henry flees his home when a tragedy triggers his father's fearsome breakdown. A first novel.
The Book of Polly by Kathy Hepinstall
A 10-year-old girl in a small conventional Texas community resolves to keep up with her aging, crazy-as-a-fox mother in order to keep them both alive and learn the truth about her mother's long-secret past. By the author of Sisters of Shiloh.
The Devil and Webster by Jean Hanff Korelitz
The first woman president of an elite progressive college responds to student protests about a popular professor's tenure denial before the group's controversial leader emerges and shocking acts of vandalism begin to destabilize the campus. By the best-selling author of You Should Have Known.
Edgar and Lucy by Victor Lodato
A grieving little boy who had been cared for by his late grandmother during his mother's dysfunctional episodes becomes an at-risk youth in the New Jersey Pine Barrens home of an unsettlingly attentive adult who harbors dubious intentions.
Every Wild Heart by Meg Donohue
A popular radio host whose career was launched years earlier by an on-air rant about her unfaithful husband struggles with falling in love in career-risking ways, an obsessed stalker and her socially fearful teen daughter, who emerges from a riding accident with a high-risk new personality.
Exit West by Mohsin Hamid
The internationally best-selling author of The Reluctant Fundamentalist presents the story of two young lovers whose furtive affair is shaped by local unrest on the eve of a civil war that erupts in a cataclysmic bombing attack, forcing them to abandon their previous home and lives.
The Fall of Lisa Bellow by Susan Perabo
When a popular middle-school girl is abducted in broad daylight by a masked man, the victim's rival, Meredith, struggles with terror while their community organizes vigils and searches. By the author of The Broken Places.
The Gargoyle Hunters by John Freeman Gill
Recruited into his estranged father's illicit architectural salvage business in 1974 Manhattan, young Griffin is assigned to steal 19th-century gargoyle sculptures while navigating the challenges of his father's increasing demands and his own changing views about his life.
Her Secret by Shelley Shepard Gray
A young woman and her family are forced to move from their bustling Amish town to a new community to escape a threatening stalker who challenges her faith and makes her afraid to trust her growing feelings for a kindhearted neighbor. The Amish of Heart County series
The Hope Chest by Viola Shipman
Three individuals, including fiercely independent ALS patient Mattie, her devoted but in-denial husband and her caretaker unlock a parent's hope chest, in which they discover long-ago treasures that trigger inspirational memories. By the author of The Charm Bracelet.
The Idiot by Elif Batuman
Embarking on her freshman year at Harvard in the early tech days of the 1990s, a young artist and daughter of Turkish immigrants begins a correspondence with an older mathematics student from Hungary while struggling with her changing sense of self, first love and a daunting career prospect.
Ill Will by Dan Chaon
A psychologist is unwittingly embroiled in two spectacular unsolved murders, three decades apart, when the foster brother convicted of killing their family years earlier is exonerated, making him question the testimony that led to the conviction. By the award-winning author of Among the Missing.
It Happens All the Time by Amy Hatvany
Returning home for the summer after graduating college and becoming engaged, a young woman lets her fears about early marriage lead her to drink too much and kiss a longtime best friend who has always secretly hoped they could share more, a slip that changes their lives in permanent ways. By the author of Best Kept Secret.
Never Trust a Stranger by Mary Monroe
Taking incrementally greater risks to pursue the love and excitement they have always craved, best friends Lola Poole and Joan Proctor-Riley are drawn in by the fantasy life of seemingly kind and responsible trucker Calvin, whose talented sexual healing leads to the revelation of a deadly secret. Lonely Heart, Deadly Heart No. 2
One of the Boys by Daniel Magariel
Leaving Kansas with the father who won a bitter custody dispute, a 12-year-old boy and his older brother start over in Albuquerque, only to be dismayed by the odd and sinister characters that make up their father's new social circle.
The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See
Explores the lives of a Chinese mother and her daughter, who has been adopted by an American couple, tracing the very different cultural factors that compel them to consume a rare native tea that has shaped their family's destiny for generations.
The Underworld by Kevin Canty
A tale inspired by true events from an isolated Iowa mining town in the 1970s traces the experiences of a handful of survivors after a disastrous fire and how they struggled to endure wrenching losses while rebuilding and pursuing dreams rendered harder by the tragedy.
The Weight of This World by David Joy
Unable to reacclimate after a traumatic service in Afghanistan, combat veteran Thad Broom becomes estranged from his haunted mother and finds support from a fellow drug-using friend before the murder of their drug dealer leaves them with a fortune in cash and drugs. By the author of Where All Light Tends to Go.
White Tears by Hari Kunzru
Two ambitious young musicians, one shy, the other a glamorous heir, are drawn into the dark underworld of blues-record collecting while navigating the ghosts of a repressive past and the fallout of a scam involving one's claim that a viral video of an unknown singer is long-lost recording of a famous blues musician.
The Adventures of John Carson in Several Quarters of the World: A Novel of Robert Louis Stevenson by Brian Doyle
Shares the parallel stories of Robert Louis Stevenson in his early years and his unwritten literary tale about his landlady's globe-trotting, adventurous husband, describing milestone events that led to Stevenson's later masterpieces.
Before the War by Fay Weldon
An unfashionable and intelligent spinster in the 1920s gets married to a charismatic gentleman while hiding the secret that she will die in childbirth after bearing another man's baby. By the award-winning author of Wicked Women.
The Confessions of Young Nero by Margaret George
A tale inspired by the rise of the Emperor Nero follows the ascension of a youth to the head of Julius Caesar's imperial dynasty, where he navigates corruption and his mother's ruthless ambitions to pursue his ideals in the arts and athletics. By the best-selling author of Mary, Called Magdalene.
Girl in Disguise by Greer Macallister
Going undercover to infiltrate the seedy side of Chicago, first female Pinkerton detective Kate Warnes assumes a range of sophisticated identities to track down evildoers and bring them to justice. By the best-selling author of The Magician's Lie.
The Hearts of Men by Nickolas Butler
A scarred Vietnam veteran and successful businessman reflects on his teen years as a social outcast and friend to a popular youth during a summer camp reunion marked by selflessness and an unthinkable event involving his friend's family members. By the award-winning author of Shotgun Lovesongs.
The Hollywood Daughter by Kate Alcott
A coming-of-age novel inspired by Hollywood icon Ingrid Bergman describes how the daughter of a PR executive helps make Bergman a star in the face of the illegitimate child the actress has with Robert Rossellini, the heated era of McCarthyism and family secrets that challenge her father's health.
In Farleigh Field: A Novel of World War II by Rhys Bowen
World War II arrives at the ancestral home of Lord Westerham and his five daughters when a soldier with a failed parachute falls to his death on the estate and MI5 operative and family friend Ben Cresswell is covertly tasked with investigating at the same time one of the daughters takes a secret job at Bletchley Park.
In the Name of the Family by Sarah Dunant
When his cold and treacherous son, Cesare, grows out of control, Pope Alexander VI struggles to balance the demands of his thrice-married daughter and becomes a pawn in the schemes of her latest paramour before the family's increasing sovereignty compels Rome to send envoy spies to their Italian city-state region. By the author of Blood and Beauty.
Mister Memory by Marcus Sedgwick
Transferred to a famous asylum after being arrested for his wife's murder at the end of the 19th century, a man with an eidetic memory is investigated by a doctor and a police officer who discover links between the bizarre crime and the highest and lowest establishments in France. By the Edgar Allan Poe Award-winning author of A Love Like Blood.
The Night Ocean by Paul La Farge
A tale inspired by the scandals, secrets and pulp fiction of H. P. Lovecraft and his literary circle follows the experiences of a psychiatrist whose husband goes missing during his obsessive investigation into the story of H. P. Lovecraft's unspoken relationship with a gay teen fan. By the award-winning author of Luminous Airplanes.
The River of Kings by Taylor Brown
Two brothers, a college student and a Navy SEAL, travel the storied past and present of Georgia's "Little Amazon" Altamaha River to scatter their enigmatic father's ashes while exploring the work of 16th-centry artist Jacques Le Moyne and sharing what they know about their father's death. By the prize-winning author of Fallen Land.
Taduno's Song by Odafe Atogun
A first novel by a rising Nigerian author, lightly informed by the life of music superstar Fela Kuti, follows the experiences of musician Taduno, who returns from exile to his homeland only to discover that he has been forgotten and his girlfriend has been abducted by government agents.
Mystery & Detective
Blue Light Yokohama by Nicolas Obregon
Newly reinstated Tokyo Homicide Division Police Inspector Iwata works with reluctant colleagues to investigate the brutal murder of an entire family and other deaths that are identified as the work of the same killer. A first novel.
Catalina Eddy: A Novel in Three Decades by Daniel Pyne
The renowned Hollywood screenwriter behind such productions as The Manchurian Candidate presents an anthology of three interconnected novellas about crime and corruption in Southern California's underworld.
Conviction by Julia Dahl
Investigating when a Jewish man convicted 22 years earlier for the brutal murders of a Crown Heights black family writes to her, pleading his innocence, journalist Rebekah Roberts is challenged to infiltrate Brooklyn's insular Hasidic community, where she is targeted by a determined killer. Rebekah Roberts No. 3
The Devil's Feast by M. J. Carter
Investigative team Blake and Avery find themselves entangled in a discreet murder investigation at a grand gentleman's club shaped by political conflicts, personal vendettas and England's first celebrity chef. By the author of Anthony Blunt. Blake and Avery No. 3
Duplicity by Jane Haseldine
A follow-up to The Last Time She Saw Him finds Detroit reporter Julia Gooden struggling to overcome past demons and support a high-profile case against a drug trafficker who has orchestrated a bombing that has left Julia's assistant district attorney husband critically injured. Julia Gooden No. 2
Elementary, She Read by Vicki Delany
When Gemma Doyle—owner of Cape Cod's Sherlock Holmes Bookshop and Emporium, as well as Moriarty the cat—finds a rare and potentially valuable magazine containing the first Sherlock Homes story hidden in her shop, she and her friend, Jayne (who runs the adjoining Mrs. Hudson's Tea Room), set off to find the owner, only to stumble upon a dead body. Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mysteries No. 1
In This Grave Hour by Jacqueline Winspear
Maisie Dobbs is plunged into a treacherous personal battle when she stumbles upon the deaths of refugees who may not be who they seem against a backdrop of the outbreak of World War II in England. By the best-selling author of Journey to Munich. Maisie Dobbs No. 13
Murder at an Irish Wedding by Carlene O'Connor
The O’Sullivan clan of County Cork, Ireland, are thrilled to be catering the matrimonial affairs of a celebrity couple—until a cunning killer turns an Irish wedding into an Irish wake. Irish Village Mysteries No. 2
Murder on the Serpentine by Anne Perry
Privately summoned by Queen Victoria when one of her closest confidantes is found murdered, Thomas Pitt navigates the secretive world of London society in what becomes the most dangerous case of his career. By the best-selling author of the William Monk series. Charlotte and Thomas Pitt No. 32
My Darling Detective by Howard Norman
When her future mother-in-law shocks the art world by destroying a master work of photography, police detective Martha Crauchet conducts the ensuing interrogation against a backdrop of her fiancé's shocking discovery about his father. By the award-winning author of The Northern Lights.
The No. 2 Feline Detective Agency by Mandy Morton
Indignantly dispatched to a home for older cats, feline detective Hettie Bagshot teams up with new sidekick, Tilly, to solve the mystery of a series of body snatchings behind the disappearances of three former residents from their graves. Hettie Bagshot No. 1
Pekoe Most Poison by Laura Childs
Invited by one of Charleston's most prominent hostesses to a philanthropic "Rat Tea" where guests are served by attendants in rodent costumes, Indigo Tea Shop owner Theodosia Browning lands in the middle of a dangerous game of cat and mouse when the hostess' husband is poisoned. Tea Shop Mysteries No. 18
Saratoga Payback by Stephen Dobyns
Torn between helping and breaking the law when a local troublemaker is found dead on the sidewalk near his home, erstwhile detective Charlie Bradshaw becomes entangled in a mission to rescue an old acquaintance's stolen horse. By the author of The Burn Palace. Charlie Bradshaw series
The Satanic Mechanic by Sally Andrew
When Slimkat the Bushman's life is threatened by an unknown adversary, recipe writer-turned-crime fighter Tannie Maria becomes embroiled in a nature-reserve land dispute among Bushmen descendants, diamond miners and cattle companies. Tannie Maria No. 2
Skeleton God by Eliot Pattison
The constable of a remote Tibetan town investigates when the locals are terrified after a nun has seemingly been brutally attacked by ghosts in an ancient tomb. By the author of Soul of the Fire. Inspector Shan Tao Yun No. 9
The Whole Art of Detection: Lost Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes by Lyndsay Faye
The Edgar Award-nominated author of the Timothy Wilde trilogy presents a collection of 15 Sherlock Holmes stories that features pieces previously published in literary journals and two new works, including "The Lowther Park Mystery" and "The Adventure of the Thames Tunnel."
The Will to Kill by Mickey Spillane & Max Allan Collins
Discovering a body while strolling along the Hudson River at midnight, Mike Hammer determines the victim's identity to be the butler of a recently deceased millionaire, in a case that takes Hammer to upstate New York to investigate numerous family suspects. Mike Hammer series
The Woman on the Stairs by Bernhard Schlink. Trans by Joyce Hackett & Bradley Schmidt.
Hired by an artist and the beautiful woman he painted, who want to reclaim a portrait from the woman's husband to keep it from being deliberately destroyed, a naïve young lawyer in Frankfurt becomes embroiled in an unexpectedly toxic case marked by a disappearance, a natural disaster and a past betrayal.
Close Enough to Touch by Colleen Oakley
A young woman with a rare and debilitating allergy to other humans is forced to venture out into the world after the death of her abandoning mother before forging an unusual bond with a struggling single dad. Book-club materials available online. By the award-winning author of Before I Go.
Dangerous Games by Danielle Steel
A television journalist and an ex-Navy SEAL place their lives at risk during a perilous assignment involving a corrupt vice president and his connections to the revered widow of a visionary, assassinated scion of a powerful political family.
Forever a Hero by Linda Lael Miller
Successful vintner and third Carson brother Mace is unsuspectingly reunited with a woman whom he rescued from an attacker back in his college days, who is representing a company that would buy his winery and who has never forgotten the hero who once stole her heart. Carsons of Mustang Creek No. 3
If Not for You by Debbie Macomber
Moving away from her oppressive parents in the hopes of taking charge of her own life, Beth takes a job as a school music teacher and initially resists her attraction to a tattooed mechanic who is the epitome of everything her conservative parents fear. By the best-selling author of A Girl's Guide to Moving On.
Million Dollar Cowboy by Lori Wilde
The embittered illegitimate son of a Texas ranching dynasty, having achieved his goal of becoming more successful than the father who rejected him, unexpectedly falls in love with the daughter of his father's foreman during a strained family wedding. By a New York Times best-selling author. Cupid, Texas No. 5
Miramar Bay by T. Davis Bunn
Setting aside his fiancée and acting career to find himself in a small coastal Los Angeles community, Connor bonds with hardworking artist's daughter Sylvie, who captures his heart and inspires him to rethink his life choices. By the best-selling author of The Presence.
Next Year, for Sure by Zoey Leigh Peterson
Longtime romantic partners experiment with an open relationship that challenges them to reconsider everything they thought they believed about love. A first novel.
Red Clover Inn by Carla Neggers
Rethinking her decision to avoid romance when she is asked to be a bridesmaid at a cousin's wedding, marine archaeologist Charlotte Bennett agrees to house-sit for the newlyweds and clashes with fellow guest, Diplomatic Security Service agent and single father Greg Rawlings. By the best-selling author of The Spring at Moss Hill. Swift River Valley No. 7
The Accusation: Forbidden Stories from Inside North Korea by Bandi. Trans by Deborah Smith.
A first work of dissident fiction from North Korea, written by an anonymous author and smuggled out of the country, depicts a powerful portrait of life under the North Korean regime as it impacts a diverse range of people, from a disillusioned war hero to a family man who travels without a permit to visit his critically ill mother.
The Lucky Ones by Julianne Pachico
Sharing an intersecting life in Columbia during the ongoing civil war, a prismatic group of characters forge unexpected common ground, providing a lens on the intensity of life in Columbia during the violent years of guerrilla insurgencies and corruption. A first novel.
The Black Book by James Patterson & David Ellis
A devoted Chicago cop from a family of career detectives miraculously survives an attack that kills his partner but that he cannot remember himself, an event that causes him to be charged with double murder and tasked with uncovering what really happened to clear his name. By the authors of The Murder House.
Celine by Peter Heller
Establishing an excellent record as a missing-persons tracker who specializes in reuniting families to make amends for a loss in her own past, Celine searches for a presumed-dead photographer in Yellowstone, only to be targeted by a shadowy figure who would keep the case unsolved. By the best-selling author of The Dog Stars.
The Cutaway by Christina Kovac
A young television producer lands in a deadly, tangled web of corruption and cover-up in Washington, D.C., when she investigates the disappearance of a beautiful Georgetown lawyer. A first novel.
The Cutthroat by Clive Cussler & Justin Scott
Hired to find a young woman who ran away from home to become an actress in 1911, Chief Investigator Isaac Bell begins a manhunt that is complicated by the acts of a serial killer whose victims resemble the missing girl. By the authors of Gangster. Isaac Bell Adventures No. 10
Dead Man Switch by Matthew Quirk
The suspicious deaths of two members of an elite undercover military team are investigated by Special Ops legend Captain John Hayes, who is horrified to discover that his protégé, a brilliant assassin, is the prime suspect. By the best-selling author of The 500. John Hayes No. 2
The Devil's Triangle by Catherine Coulter & J. T. Ellison
Recently appointed Covert Eyes team heads Nicholas Drummond and Michaela Caine tackle a dangerous first case when an artifact is stolen from Istanbul and they receive a warning that a series of fatal Gobi sandstorms are actually manmade phenomena. A Brit in the FBI No. 4
The Forgotten Girls by Owen Laukkanen
Stumbling on the cold case of a murdered and forgotten runaway, Kirk Stevens and Carla Windermere of the joint FBI-BCA violent crime force uncover the work of a serial killer who has been targeting young women drifters who were unlikely to be missed. Stevens and Windermere No. 6
Lenin's Roller Coaster by David Downing
Published to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, a latest Jack McColl British spy thriller finds him accepting a sabotage mission in German-influenced central Asia, while his suffragette journalist girlfriend risks her life to cover the revolution from a first-person perspective. By the author of One Man’s Flag. Jack McColl No. 3
Lola by Melissa Love
Hiding her role as the true leader of a small gang in South Central Los Angeles, Lola pretends to be the submissive girlfriend of the gang's purported boss while her intelligence and leadership are increasingly tested by high-stakes betrayals and escalating violence between rival drug cartels. A first novel.
The Loving Husband by Christobel Kent
Wrongly targeted for her husband's shattering murder, Fran struggles with isolation and paranoia while their claustrophobic community is increasingly unraveled by dark secrets. By the author of The Crooked House.
Man Overboard by J. A. Jance
When a brilliant software engineer falls to his death from a stateroom-suite balcony, the police are unable to collect needed information from the victim's tough maiden aunt and enlist the help of Ali Reynolds to discover that really happened. Ali Reynolds No. 12
Mangrove Lightning by Randy Wayne White
Approached by a legendary charter captain who believes his family has been cursed for their role in a multiple murder in 1925, a skeptical Doc Ford follows trails of attacks on the family from Key Largo to Tallahassee, only to suffer a series of near-fatal mishaps himself. Doc Ford No. 24
Mississippi Blood by Greg Iles
A conclusion to the best-selling trilogy that includes The Bone Tree finds a shattered Penn Cage shut out by his once-revered Southern doctor father, who is about to be tried for murder in the wake of revelations about a mixed-race child and KKK associations. Natchez Burning No. 3
Never Let You Go by Chevy Stevens
Ending a marriage to an abusive man sentenced to prison, Lindsey starts over with a new business while raising a traumatized daughter who she is challenged to protect when her ex is released and someone begins stalking through their new hometown. By the award-winning author of Still Missing.
The Outsider by Anthony Franze
Intervening in a violent mugging and catching the eye of the Chief Justice of the U. S., a young law clerk becomes caught in the crosshairs of a serial killer in a fast-paced thriller set in the high-pressure world of the Supreme Court.
A Perfect Obsession by Heather Graham
Investigating a serial killer who is leaving his victims gruesomely displayed in mausoleums and underground tombs, FBI Special Agent Craig Frasier and forensic psychologist Kieran Finnegan become increasingly desperate to track down the murderer, who may be targeting Kieran. New York Confidential No. 2
The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel
Returning to her family's Kansas estate in the hopes of discovering the fate of her missing cousin, Lane reconnects with a young man from her past and is confronted by dark family secrets that prompted her to flee years earlier. A first adult novel by the author of The Book of Ivy.
Say Nothing by Brad Parks
When their children are abducted by a man who blackmails them to follow instructions at the risk of the children's lives, a judge and his wife endure a terrorizing ordeal of no-holds-barred deceit and bond-breaking suspicions. By the award-winning author of The Player.
A Simple Favor by Darcey Bell
A single mother's life is turned upside down when her best friend vanishes, an inexplicable event that prompts her to reach out to her blog readers and the missing woman's handsome husband before nightmarish realities come to light.
The Trophy Child by Paula Daly
An ambitious wife and mother who expects her family to achieve high goals no matter the cost is forced to confront her impossible standards as her husband and children rebel, exposing deep cracks in the family's foundation. By the author of Just What Kind of Mother Are You?
The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley by Hannah Tinti
A once-professional killer protects his daughter from the legacy of his criminal past, an effort that is challenged by his daughter's struggles with the death of her mother and the reckoning of old enemies. By the prize-winning author of The Good Thief.
A Twist of the Knife by Becky Masterman
Traveling back to her Florida hometown when her former partner asks for her help with a case that is not going well, ex-FBI agent Brigid Quinn turns skeptical when she learns that her former colleague would save an innocent man on death row. By the Edgar Award-nominated author of Fear the Darkness. Brigid Quinn No. 3
Two Good Dogs by Susan Wilson
A sequel to One Good Dog finds a worried mom taking her daughter to a new town to get a fresh start by opening a bed and breakfast, where the daughter bonds with a rescued pit bull who helps mother, daughter and his owner recover from trust issues to build a family together.
Vicious Circle by C. J. Box
Rescuing his daughters from the violent Cates family, game warden Joe Pickett realizes that his new adversaries have plotted revenge against his entire family before teaming up with his friend, Nate, to take defensive steps. By the Edgar Award-winning author of Off the Grid. Joe Pickett No. 17
The Violated by Bill Pronzini
When a registered sex offender who has been implicated in a string of attacks is found murdered in a small California town, police chief Griffin Less and detective Robert Ortiz are pressured by a results-oriented mayor as they reconstruct events from the testimonies of the offender's wife and the irate husbands of women victims.
Without Mercy by David Hunt & R. J. Pineiro
An illicit acquisition of nuclear weapons by ISIS triggers panic and two devastating attacks on strategic American targets, including Manhattan, causing hundreds of thousands of deaths before Islamabad CIA Station Chief Bill Gorman unearths evidence of a third bomb.