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    A Death in Eden

    A Death in Eden - Keith McCafferty

    It's bad enough that scarecrows bearing signs protesting the projected Smith River Mine are popping up along the river's cliffs. Now fishing guide and sometime investigator Sean Stranahan must float a party downriver that includes both the manager of the mine and the leader of the local group protesting it.
    A Gathering of Secrets

    A Gathering of Secrets - Linda Castillo

    In this next in the popular Amish mystery series featuring Chief of Police Kate Burkholder, a stately old barn burns to ash with 18-year-old Daniel Gingerich inside. It's no accident, and Kate soon learns that Daniel wasn't the sweet, self-effacing guy he appeared to be.
    A Measure of Darkness

    A Measure of Darkness - Jonathan Kellerman

    When a West Oakland party gets violent, Alameda County coroner's deputy Clay Edison gets a call. The bad news: several people are dead. The really bad news: there's a victim no one can identify, and she's been strangled instead of shot.
    A Noise Downstairs

    A Noise Downstairs - Linwood Barclay

    Deeply disturbed after he surprises a murderer dumping bodies on a lonely, moon-scoured road, college professor Paul Davis is gifted with an old-fashioned typewriter by his worried wife. Great for writing that new novel—except Paul insists that the typewriter is doing its own typing at night, somehow in league with the murderer.
    A Terrible Country

    A Terrible Country - Keith Gessen

    In 2008, with girlfriend, job prospects, and funds all missing in action, Brooklyn-based Andrei Kaplan agrees to travel to his native Moscow to care for his ailing grandmother. Even as he becomes involved with activist Yulia, Andrei realizes that neither Russia nor America is really home. The first novel in a decade from n+1 founding editor Gessen, author of All the Sad Young Literary Men.
    All These Beautiful Strangers

    All These Beautiful Strangers - Elizabeth Klehfoth

    Optioned for television by Bruna Papandrea's Made Up Stories (e.g., Big Little Lies ), this white knuckler from a Glimmer Train and AWP Intro Award finalist features teenage Charlie, still haunted by her mother's disappearance when she was seven. Now a secret society at her elite New England school wants her to join their fun, but doing so entails a creepy, semester-long scavenger hunt that could wreck her life.
    All We Ever Wanted

    All We Ever Wanted - Ellen Giffin

    Nina married into an upper-crust Nashville family, while single dad Tom works multiple jobs to support daughter Lyla. When Nina's son posts an incriminating picture of Lyla, Nina understands Tom's reactions better than her husband's.

    Alliances - Timothy Zahn

    The sequel to New York Times bestseller Thrawn, Thrawn: Alliances will continue to follow the rise of Grand Admiral Thrawn to the heights of Imperial power—and accompany him into the past, witnessing his first encounter with the man who will one day become Darth Vader.
    America For Beginners

    America For Beginners - Leah Franqui

    Award-winning playwright Franqui unfolds the story of Pival Sengupta, who flies from Kolkata to New York, then travels to California to discover what happened to her son, Rahi, who had announced that he was gay. Pival won't believe it when she's told that he is dead.
    Any Man

    Any Man - Amber Tamblyn

    In her blazingly original and unforgettable debut novel Any Man, Amber Tamblyn brings to startling life a specter of sexual violence in the shadowy form of Maude, a serial female rapist who preys on men.


    Aunt Dimity and the King's Ransom

    Aunt Dimity and the King's Ransom - Nancy Atherton

    In the 23rd installment of the bestselling Aunt Dimity series, a dark and stormy night kicks off a ghost chase in rural England.
    Baby Teeth

    Baby Teeth - Zoje Stage

    In the tradition of The Dinner and We Need To Talk About Kevin comes a “bad seed” debut about a mom desperate to find help for her mute young daughter, whose disturbing behavior grows increasingly dangerous.
    Before and Again

    Before and Again - Barbara Delinsky

    People come to Devon, VT, to escape their pasts and reinvent themselves. Then a teenage hacker brings in the Feds and the press.
    Believe Me

    Believe Me - J.P. Delaney

    In this twisty psychological thriller from the New York Times bestselling author of The Girl Before, an actress plays both sides of a murder investigation.
    Better Late Than Never

    Better Late Than Never - Kimberla Lawson Roby

    Fans will feel nostalgic to learn that Roby is wrapping up her best-selling Curtis Black series, but at least Curtis is going out with a bang. He's been hiding a terrible childhood, which comes out even as his estranged sister becomes ill and his 12-year-old daughter becomes a tyrant.
    Bloody Sunday

    Bloody Sunday - Ben Coes

    A new assignment for ready-to-retire Dewey Andreas: in less than 24 hours, scotch an exchange between Iran and North Korea that would have made them both nuclear superpowers and facilitate North Korea's attack on the United States.
    Brief Cases

    Brief Cases - Jim Butcher

    With twelve stories in all, Brief Cases offers both longtime fans and first-time readers tantalizing glimpses into Harry's funny, gritty, and unforgettable realm, whetting their appetites for more to come from the wizard with a heart of gold.
    Bring Me Back

    Bring Me Back - B.A. Paris

    A wife vanished ten years ago while motoring with her husband through France, and he's now engaged to her sister, with questions starting to churn.

    Caged - Ellison Cooper

    FBI neuroscientist Sayer Altair studies the brains of serial killers, but even she's not prepared for a blood-chilling case involving the death of a senator's daughter, caged and slowly starved to death.
    Charmed Bones: A Sarah Booth Delaney Mystery

    Charmed Bones: A Sarah Booth Delaney Mystery - Carolyn Haines

    Three sisters want to open a Wiccan school in Zinnia, MS, even renting a manor house for that purpose from local artist Trevor Musgrove. Then Trevor dies under suspicious circumstances, the sisters are suspects, and private detective Sarah Booth Delaney gets involved. From award-winning author Haines.
    Clock Dance

    Clock Dance - Anne Tyler

    From her mother's early-on disappearance to widowhood at a young age, Willa Drake has known tragedy; now she just wants to become a grandmother. But when her son's ex-girlfriend is shot, Willa rushes cross-country to tend to her and her nine-year-old daughter. There she learns how a community can bond as closely as family, how solace can be found in small, unexpected places, and how rebirth can come from pain.
    Cottage By the Sea

    Cottage By the Sea - Debbie Macomber

    Knocked down by tragedy, Annie settles into the summer cottage where her family once vacationed. As she connects with those around her, making friends and even tempting a romance with a soft-spoken artist, Annie learns that helping others is the best way to heal.
    Double Blind

    Double Blind - Iris Johansen

    Clutched by a murdered man, an envelope addressed to FBI/CIA hired gun Kendra Michaels contains the video of a wedding reception. Nothing special, except the groom has also been knocked off, and the victims starting to pile up all helped to convict a serial killer. So who's pulling the trigger?

    Eden - Andrea Kleine

    Kleine, who won big attention in 2015 with her small-press debut, Calf, returns with the story of sisters Hope and Eden, abducted while waiting for their divorced father to pick them up for the weekend. Twenty-plus years later, Hope is a struggling New York playwright desperate to find her out-of-touch sister: their testimony is needed to keep their abductor in jail.
    Every Time You Go Away

    Every Time You Go Away - Elizabeth Harbison

    Jane Holcomb's cheating husband got the beach house in the divorce settlement, then died ten months after the papers were signed. So what's he doing back there, haunting her as she tries to clean up the house for sale? He's protesting that he realizes what a mistake he made—she was his one true love—and getting all huffy when she seems to be falling for the hunky contractor.
    Fade to Black

    Fade to Black - David Rosenfelt

    In Fade to Black, the thrilling sequel to Blackout from David Rosenfelt, policeman Doug Brock helps a fellow victim of amnesia untangle a murder case and discovers he may not be as distant as he thinks.
    Fight No More

    Fight No More - Lydia Millet

    In her first book since the National Book Award long-listed Sweet Lamb of Heaven and her first collection since the Pulitzer Prize finalist Love in Infant Monkeys, Millet presents linked stories about our longing for home. At its center is a real estate broker whose splintered family manages to bridge gaps.

    Florida - Lauren Groff

    The New York Times best-selling author of three novels, including Fates and Furies, a National Book Award and National Book Critics Circle finalist, Groff also wins prizes (and hearts) for her short stories. She grounds this new collection in the heat and storminess of her adopted state, Florida, while plumbing human heat and storminess as well.
    Fruit of the Drunken Tree

    Fruit of the Drunken Tree - Ingrid Rojas Contreras

    Already the winner of several honors (e.g., a Bread Loaf Bakeless Camargo Fellowship), Bogotá-born Rojas Contreras draws on her own life to chronicle the relationship between seven-year-old Chula, sheltered within her gated community from the violence of 1990s Colombia, and the family's new teenage maid.
    Fudge Cupcake Murder

    Fudge Cupcake Murder - Joanne Fluke

    Small-town baker Hannah (Blueberry Muffin Murder) discovers the body of Lake Eden's longtime sheriff in a dumpster. The main suspect happens to be her brother-in-law, who planned to run against the sheriff in the upcoming election, so it's Hannah to the rescue.

    Ghosted - Rosie Walsh

    Sarah meets Eddie, and they have six fabulous, love-drenched days together until he heads off on a scheduled vacation and fails to call from the airport as promised. Despite what her friends say, Sarah knows something has happened to him. Big in-house excitement for this English author's American debut.
    Give Me Your Hand

    Give Me Your Hand - Megan Abbott

    Kit Owens gets both a new friend and an academic jolt when she meets charismatic Diane Fleming in her high school chemistry class. Then Diane shares a secret that blows them apart, and years later Kit finds herself in dangerous competition with her former friend for her dream job.
    Half Moon Bay

    Half Moon Bay - Alice LaPlante

    Devastated by the loss of her daughter, Jane moves from San Francisco to quiet, salt-sprayed Half Moon Bay. Then the town's children start disappearing, and both Jane and her neighbors wonder whether she's somehow brought terror to their midst. From the author of the psychological twisters A Circle of Wives and the New York Times best-selling Turn of Mind.
    Her Fear

    Her Fear - Shelley Shepard Gray

    When pregnant, unmarried Amish girl Sadie Detweiler is sent to stay with chilly relatives, she is befriended by outgoing Amish EMT Noah Freeman after he visits her ailing Aunt Verba. Several suspicious deaths make Noah protective of Sadie, but does this romance have a future?
    How to Be Famous

    How to Be Famous - Caitlin Moran

    Moran followed her award-winning, New York Times best-selling feminist memoir, How To Be a Woman, with the widely and hand-clappingly reviewed debut novel, How To Build a Girl. In this sequel, 18-year-old Johanna Morrigan (aka Dolly Wilde) lives in London and writes for an of-the-moment music magazine. She's jealous of friend John's big BritPop music success—until she has the idea of writing a column about the ups and down of getting and being famous.
    Island of the Mad

    Island of the Mad - Laurie R. King

    Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes untangle the slippery threads of insanity and deadly secrets as they investigate a disappearance in this chilling novel from New York Times bestselling Laurie R. King.
    It All Falls Down

    It All Falls Down - Sheena Kamal

    In this follow-up to last summer's gritty The Lost Ones, Nora Watts tries to make sense of her father's brutal life and death by traveling from her native Vancouver, BC, to Detroit, where he grew up as one of numerous Canadian native children adopted by American families. Private investigator Jon Brazuca needs to warn Nora that she's in danger, but she's swerved off the grid.

    Kudos - Rachel Cusk

    Granta Best Young British Novelist Cusk completes the trilogy begun with Outline and Transit, which features a penetrating but elusive woman writer. Here she visits a Europe in turmoil, where people are troubled about who they are, what their nation stands for, and how to distinguish between truth and outward, publicly sanctioned appearance.
    Liar, Liar

    Liar, Liar - Lisa Jackson

    In this riveting page-turner from #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Jackson, a woman searches for the mother she hasn’t seen in twenty years, and uncovers a nightmare of greed and deception . . . 
    Mary B

    Mary B - Katherine J. Chen

    Though Mary Bennet lays claim to only a few lines of dialog in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, she's the character with whom recent Princeton graduate Chen identifies. In a debut that encompasses events before, during, and after Austen's novel, introverted Mary bears witness to a scandal that brings out the best in her.
    Murder on the Left Bank

    Murder on the Left Bank - Cara Black

    When lawyer Éric Besson receives a notebook detailing the laundering of dirty money for dirty cops, Besson sends it straight to the authorities via his assistant/nephew. But the nephew is murdered and the notebook stolen, so Besson turns to Paris's coolest PI, Aimée Leduc. Shatteringly, the cops listed in the book murdered Aimée's father.
    Ocean Light

    Ocean Light - Nalini Singh

    New York Times bestselling author Nalini Singh dives beneath the surface of her Psy-Changeling world into a story of passionate devotion and selfless love...
    Pale as Death

    Pale as Death - Heather Graham

    While trying to crack the case of an actress found dead, her blood siphoned from her body, LAPD detective Sophie Manning is visited by ghosts. Thank goodness she's getting help from ghost whisperer Bruce McFadden, a consultant for the FBI's paranormal team the Krewe of Hunters.
    Pandora's Boy

    Pandora's Boy - Lindsey Davis

    In the next in a new series starring Flavia Albia, daughter of Davis's longtime hero Marcus Didius Falco, Albia must contend with the death of a girl on Quirinal Hill—reputedly owing to a love potion. The neighborhood witch who supplied it seems to be into darker stuff, and with the murder of one of Albia's friends, a whole Pandora's box of trouble opens. Cozy doings in ancient Rome.

    Paradox - Catherine Coulter

    An ex-con seeking revenge, human bones cluttering a lake bottom, and a trussed-up victim starving to oblivion in a closet—according to Coulter's July 2017 newsletter, these are some of the creepy details you'll find in the next in her New York Times best-selling "FBI Thriller" series.
    Probable Claws

    Probable Claws - Rita Mae Brown

    Postmistress Mary Minor "Harry" Haristeen and friends, both two-legged and four-legged, follow up on a mystery, hinted at in A Hiss Before Dying, that originated in Virginia's post-Revolutionary past. In a parallel story line, Virginians of that era struggle to launch a new nation. A 27th series entry.

    Rescued - David Rosenfelt

    Lawyer Andy Carpenter eagerly takes on 70 abandoned dogs when the truck driver transporting them is murdered, bringing many to his famed dog-rescue organization. But he's not so thrilled about having to defend the murder suspect, his wife's former fiancé.
    Shelter in Place

    Shelter in Place - Nora Roberts

    From #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts comes Shelter in Place—a powerful tale of heart, heroism . . . and propulsive suspense.

    Starless - Jacqueline Carey

    Carey follows up the New York Times best-selling "Kushiel's Legacy" series with a new world of selfless heroes and exiled gods, as Khai takes up his role of protector to the princess Zariya.
    Stay Hidden

    Stay Hidden - Paul Doiron

    On a chilly Maine island, contentious author Ariel Evans appears to have been shot to death by a local deer hunter. But ballistic evidence proves otherwise, and then freshly minted warden investigator Mike Bowditch gets the real surprise: the victim isn't even Ariel, who walks off the ferry determined to solve the murder herself.
    Suicide Club: A Novel About Living

    Suicide Club: A Novel About Living - Rachel Heng

    Featured in extract in the Huffington Post's "15 Stellar Short Stories You Can Read Online," this debut from a Pushcart and Prairie Schooner honoree is set in a near-future where the genetically blessed can live for 300 years—or maybe forever. That's lucky "Lifer" Lea Kirino's plan, which calls for furious juicing and the right kind of exercise. But then her renegade father draws her into the Suicide Club, whose members resist the quest for immortality.
    The Amazing Adventures of Aaron Broom

    The Amazing Adventures of Aaron Broom - A.E. Hotchner

    The author of international best sellers such as Papa Hemingway and cofounder, with Paul Newman, of Newman's Own (great recommendations!), Hotchner takes us through Depression-era St. Louis as young Aaron Broom seeks to prove that his father wasn't responsible for a jewelry store robbery gone haywire.
    The Cabin at the End of the World

    The Cabin at the End of the World - Paul Tremblay

    Wen is vacationing with parents Eric and Andrew at a New Hampshire cabin when strangers approach and tell her, "Your dads won't want to let us in, Wen. But they have to. We need your help to save the world." From a Bram Stoker Award winner.
    The Corpse at the Crystal Palace: A Daisy Dalrymple Mystery

    The Corpse at the Crystal Palace: A Daisy Dalrymple Mystery - Carola Dunn

    A casual outing to the Crystal Palace in London takes a mysterious and murderous turn in the latest mystery in Carola Dunn’s beloved Daisy Dalrymple series.
    The Dante Chamber

    The Dante Chamber - Matthew Pearl

    Five years after the Inferno -inspired killings of The Dante Club, mayhem inspired by Purgatory rocks London, and poet Christina Rossetti asks folks like Robert Browning to follow the clues and protect her Dante-impassioned brother.
    The Dark Angel

    The Dark Angel - Elly Griffiths

    Helping archaeologist Angelo Morelli identify bones found in the Italian mountain village of Fontana Liri takes forensic archaeologist Ruth Galloway far from her Norfolk cottage, and her task is complicated by secrets involving resistance during World War II.
    The Day of the Dead

    The Day of the Dead - Nicci French

    Psychologist Frieda Klein, who's helped the London police on challenging cases since 2012's Blue Monday , has been hiding out from psychopathic killer Dean Reeve. In this wrap-up to the series, she's got to face him.
    The Death of Mrs. Westaway

    The Death of Mrs. Westaway - Ruth Ware

    Since blasting onto the scene with In a Dark, Dark Wood, Ware has come up with some pretty intriguing premises, and this sounds no different. Protagonist Hal quickly realizes that a letter she's received about a big inheritance was misdirected and just as quickly realizes that certain skills she has developed as a tarot card reader can help her claim it anyway. But at the deceased's funeral, she gets the sense that there's something really off about this death.
    The Dying of the Light

    The Dying of the Light - Robert Goolrick

    Coming of age after World War I, striking Diana Cooke holds her nose as she marries Captain Copperton, nasty and vulgar but rich enough to assure the future of the Cooke family home, Saratoga. The real trouble starts years later when her son, Ashton, comes home from college.
    The Family Tabor

    The Family Tabor - Cherise Wolas

    In this follow-up to The Resurrection of Joan Ashby, Wolas's absorbing, multistarred debut, Harry Tabor's family gathers in Palm Springs to celebrate his being proclaimed Man of the Decade. But son Simon seems troubled, attorney daughter Phoebe is tight-lipped about her boyfriend, and another daughter, Camille, remains uncertain about her path in life. Then there's Harry, hiding a dark secret.
    The Fifth to Die

    The Fifth to Die - J.D. Barker

    A girl is found beneath the ice of the Jackson Park Lagoon, which had been frozen rock-hard for weeks before her disappearance. What's more, she's wearing the clothes of another just-vanished victim. Sounds like the spooky work of the Four Monkey Killer, last seen in The Fourth Monkey. Detective Porter is on his trail, even after he's suspended for his unorthodox activities.
    The Good Fight

    The Good Fight - Danielle Steel

    Having learned about social justice while spending her childhood in Germany, where her father served as prosecutor at the Nuremberg trials, Meredith McKenzie hits the Sixties running. She fights for Civil Rights, opposes the Vietnam War, and determines to become a lawyer despite her traditional father's objections.
    The Gray Ghost

    The Gray Ghost - Clive Cussler

    The search for a legendary automobile threatens the careers and lives of husband-and-wife team Sam and Remi Fargo in this thrilling new adventure in Clive Cussler's bestselling series.
    The Killing Habit

    The Killing Habit - Mark Billingham

    Award-winning British crime writer Billingham gives us another spin with Tom Thorne, whose investigation of several animal killings leads to a serial killer even as DI Nicola Tanner tracks the emergence of a dangerous new drug.
    The Last Cruise

    The Last Cruise - Kate Christensen

    PEN/Faulkner Award winner Christensen takes us on the final voyage of the 1950s-era ocean liner Queen Isabella , as guests nostalgically enjoy retro drinks and luscious jazz, with both cell phones and children banned. Belowdecks, tensions simmer among the crew, some of whom know the ship is creakier than it looks.
    The Last Time I Lied

    The Last Time I Lied - Riley Sager

    Having made a strong showing with last year's Final Girls, the pseudonymous Sager returns with another edgy thriller featuring young women in trouble. When up-and-coming artist Emma is invited to be a painting counselor at Camp Nightingale, she welcomes the opportunity to come to terms; years back, three of her cabin mates vanished there. But the atmosphere is pretty unsettling.
    The Late Bloomers' Club

    The Late Bloomers' Club - Louise Miller

    Two sisters, beloved diner owner Nora and her short-on-cash filmmaker sibling, Kit, are inheriting the property of local cake-making legend Peggy. The town is divided on whether the sisters should sell the land to a big-box developer, which Nora opposes, but everyone wants to find Peggy's lost dog. Following The City Baker's Guide to Country Living, Miller's popular debut.
    The Moscow Deception

    The Moscow Deception - Karen Robards

    Already targeted by a bunch of irate assassins, Bianca St. Ives gets a tough new assignment: steal back King Priam's Treasure, invaluable artifacts taken by the Soviets during World War II. Second in a new series begun with The Ultimatum .
    The Moscow Offensive

    The Moscow Offensive - Dale Brown

    Brad McLanahan and the Iron Wolf Squadron join forces with the freshly minted Alliance of Free Nations in Eastern Europe when rumor has it that Russia is planning to hit America where it hurts—on American soil.
    The Other Woman

    The Other Woman - Daniel Silva

    Art restorer and sometime Israeli secret agent Gabriel Allon is back, though he doesn't yet have a brief.
    The Perfect Couple

    The Perfect Couple - Elin Hilderbrand

    At the height of Nantucket's wedding season, a bride-to-be is found dead in the harbor, and Chief of Police Ed Kapenash must check out everyone in the bridal party.
    The Pharaoh Key

    The Pharaoh Key - Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child

    Terminally ill Gideon Crew is shocked when a former employer disappears. Then he learns that the final project of her now shuttered lab involved translating an ancient stone tablet whose secrets could save Gideon's life—or end it with a bang.
    The Quiet Side of Passion

    The Quiet Side of Passion - Alexander McCall Smith

    Because their sons attend school together, single mother Patricia has latched onto a reluctant Isabel Dalhousie, who doesn't like the shady company Patricia keeps. She starts wondering whether little Basil's father is really a celebrated local organist, as Patricia claims, and learns that the man feels shut out of his son's life. Now what?
    The Removes

    The Removes - Tatjana Soli

    From the author of The Lotus Eaters: two young women come into their own on the American frontier. Anne is a captive who eventually joins the Cheyenne, while Libbie heads west with her husband, George Armstrong Custer.
    The Secrets Between Us

    The Secrets Between Us - Thrity Umrigar

    In the luminous Umrigar's sequel to The Space Between Us, Bhima has long served the upper-middle-class Dubashes, but speaking up about a crime visited on her own family gets her summarily fired. Soon, though, she begins selling fruits and vegetables with an older woman named Parvati and discovers her one true friend.
    The Sinners

    The Sinners - Ace Atkins

    Along with wedding plans and newbie deputies, county sheriff Quinn Colson faces the retributive wrath of the noxious Pritchard family patriarch, locked up by Colson's late uncle and now out of prison.
    The Summer Wives

    The Summer Wives - Beatriz Williams

    In summer 1951, when 18-year-old Miranda Schuyler comes to Winthrop Island in Long Island Sound with her mother and new stepfather, she enters uneasily into the high society there even as she befriends Joseph Vargas, who helps out on his father's lobster boat. Tension between Joseph and Miranda's half-sister Isobel results in tragedy, shattering the balance between the island's have-a-lots and not-so-fortunates, and Miranda does not return for nearly two decades, renowned as an actress and questing for justice.
    The Woman in the Woods

    The Woman in the Woods - John Connolly

    A young woman whose corpse is found in the forest gave birth before dying, and Charlie Parker is hired to keep an eye on the police investigating the baby's whereabouts. Unfortunately, someone badly intentioned is after the baby, too.
    The Word is Murder

    The Word is Murder - Anthony Horowitz

    The source of hit TV shows such as the BAFTA-winning Foyle's War and the New York Times best-selling Moriarty, Horowitz offers meta-mystery that opens with a woman arranging her own funeral shortly before she's strangled to death. Famously difficult detective Daniel Hawthorne gets the case but, fortunately, he has novelist Anthony Horowitz as a partner.
    This Body's Not Big Enough for Both of Us

    This Body's Not Big Enough for Both of Us - Edgar Cantero

    Off Fisherman's Wharf, private eye twins A. Kimrean and Z. Kimrean share one office—and one androgynous body, which makes for considerable conflict, since she's impulsively creative and he's all icy logic. Now someone in San Carnal, CA, is murdering the sons of a nasty drug cartel boss, and the twins must discover the culprit, rescue an undercover cop,and avert a major gang war. Following the Barcelona-based writer/cartoonist's New York Times best-selling Meddling Kids.

    Turbulence - Stuart Woods

    Stone Barrington is back in action--and back in the line of fire--in the newest thriller from perennial fan favorite and #1 New York Times-bestselling author Stuart Woods.
    Us Against You

    Us Against You - Fredrik Backman

    The New York Times best-selling Backman revisits Beartown, where the cherished hockey team is slated for the dust heap. The players join a rival team in Hed, a new team forms (with a surprise coach), and a tense match with Hed ends in tragedy. Can love of the game be reclaimed?
    What We Were Promised

    What We Were Promised - Lucy Tan

    Among the Chinese-born, Western-educated professionals flocking back to rapidly modernizing Shanghai are Zhen Wei and his family. It's a tough adjustment made worse when Wei's bad-boy brother Qiang arrives in town.
    When We Found Home

    When We Found Home - Susan Mallery

    Malcolm, Callie, and Kiera are suddenly linked when they learn that they share a father, whom none of them knew, and a grandfather eager to embrace his newfound family. The No 1 New York Times best-selling author's third hardcover, after Daughters of the Bride and Secrets of the Tulip Sisters.
    Whistle in the Dark

    Whistle in the Dark - Emma Healey

    "I can't remember." That's what 15-year-old Lana says repeatedly as she lies bruised and confused in a hospital bed after having been missing for four days. Always worried about Lana's emotional seesawing, her mother quietly goes off to reconstruct Lana's lost time and discover what happened to her.
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