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by Kirsten WeissSmall Town. Big Murder. The number one secret to my success as a bodyguard? Staying under the radar. But when a wildly public disaster blew up my career and reputation, it turned my perfect, solo life upside down. I thought my tiny hometown of Nowhere would be the ideal out-of-the-way refuge to wait out the media storm. It wasn’t. My little brother had moved into a treehouse. The obscure mountain town had decided to attract tourists with the world’s largest collection of big thing... more
by Daniel G. Miller
The second book in the bestselling Tree of Knowledge Series Albert has seen the future...does he have the power to change it? An unstoppable force is sweeping the United States. Powered by a secret ability to predict and manipulate events, Cristina Culebra and her RED Army relentlessly accumulate followers with one goal in mind: Absolute Power. While Cristina and her movement captivate the country, the one man who knows their next move-- who knows their every move--Mathematics Professor Alber... more
by Cynthia ThomasonCome aboard a sparkling floating palace of 1898 as librarian-turned-sleuth, Gwen Barlow, deals with headstrong actors, a heap of debt and a corpse on stage. Will she solve the murder so her showboat can move down river and begin making a profit? Will the handsome captain she hires distract her or be just the help she needs? Problems deeper than Mississippi mud in this tale of humor and suspense.
by Jason MonaghanLondon, 1935 and the Blackshirts of the British Union of Fascists are on the march. Hugh Clifton is recruited by MI5 to infiltrate the movement, but a twist of fate turns him into a hero of the Blackshirts. His simple mission is about to become much more dangerous.
by Matt GrahamTwo powerful judges battle over conflicting allegations of sexual misconduct and racism. Full of surprise twists, Hidden Behind the Robe provides an inside look at a gritty and salacious dysfunctional courthouse. One thing is clear from the beginning--not all the bad guys are in the courthouse lockup.
by Michael GrigsbyDR. NICK VANDEROFF, 64, retired marketing analytic expert, hopes to reestablish a relationship with his single-parent daughter MARY, 35, and her daughter, math-prodigy HOLLY, 12. When a ruthless serial killer, the Gun Crier, suddenly escalates his shootings, a desperate Dallas police department enlists Nick’s unorthodox consumer behavior techniques to help find and stop him. Nick’s analysis gives much greater intelligence and the police nearly catch the Gun Crier ... more
by Jelena HrvojHouse of Durga is not just an escape from the cruel reality. Nor is it a place where it all starts and ends. The sisterhood of the House of Durga is far more than that. Their beginning, short existence, and end. That summer, the life of young Pixela Omnia changed forever. From her parents' divorce, moving to the suburbs, and meeting two girls who will become her only support, but also her ruin. Hidden from the world and problems, in the heart of an abandoned amusement park, three young gir... more
by Nicole Asselin
MADELINE BOUCHER is still reeling from her first few weeks of working for her family’s Independent League Baseball Team, the Abington Armadillos. She found a dead body and survived a kidnapping before finally clearing her brother of a murder. She didn’t think anything could be as dramatic as that, but she was wrong. Her parents have given her more responsibility in running ballpark events in the hopes that they could retire and leave the team in her hands. Her brother is moving on... more
by Lorenzo DeStefano"HOUSE BOY” is a contemporary thriller set in Southern India and in the polite suburb of Hendon, North London. At 321 Finchley Lane, ancient traditions take root and prosper in our so-called civilized society. The lives of a boy from rural India, Vijay Pallan, and an Indo-British woman and her son, Binda and Ravi Tagorstani, collide as if decreed by history. Through Vijay, we experience the shocking realities of modern slavery, the human spirit’s boundless capacity for pain, and the ultimate bl... more
by Karmen ŠpiljakA spy with a criminal past. A dark family secret. Freedom at the cost of betrayal. To escape her mobster family, Toni fakes her own death, but before she can start anew in Mexico City, she’s pulled into a world of spies and deadly secrets. Her new life crumbles when she discovers her boss is keeping secrets of his own. When word gets around that Toni’s brother is on his way to Mexico, she fears the worst - he wants to hunt her down. Cornered and with nowhere to turn, Toni must decide: wil... more
by Tom LubbenBJ Gleeson is sitting at a South Jersey bar with his new girlfriend when an old woman totters in and sits down next to them. Crying and mumbling, she opens a small box to show a bloodied severed finger. “It’s my daughter!” she sobs. Follow Gleeson, a divorced family man and washed up baseball player turned teacher and amateur detective, as this event catapults him into a labyrinth of bizarre murders (which could be historical, gang related, or cult based) in the middle of a cold winter in the Ne... more
by Alexandra ShapiroAlexandra Shapiro's first novel, Presumed Guilty, tells the story of Emma Simpson, a successful portfolio manager running the Manhattan office of a big-time hedge fund. March 14th, 2012 was a typical day for Emma. She followed her usual routine, interacting with coworkers and clients before returning to her quiet family home in the Hudson Valley, where she lives with her husband and two children. But more than a year later, Emma’s world is forever changed—all because of a short email she dashe... more
by Robert Brace
SPEED GRAPHIC is the third Lysander Dalton book.
Ex-special forces marine captain Lysander Dalton is escorted in what is little more than a polite abduction from the jungles of Central America to an aircraft carrier waiting offshore. There, occupying the admiral’s chair, he finds an old enemy: Dortmund—the shadowy Washington insider for whom Dalton once ran an operation, one that ended badly.
Dortmund has a new job for him: track down Hanna Moran, mistress... more
by Michael CoppockA vigilante is brutally massacring drug dealers and their customers across the city. The police have no leads. The Witness is a psychologist and former police officer, unable to handle the day-to-day tragedy. Feeling like a failure and battling depression he is now an alcoholic and drug addict. Separated from his wife for years who cares for the child he has never met. In a dingy basement, the Witness is in a drug-induced haze. The Vigilante enters and begins indiscriminately killing. Assumed... more
by Amanda DuBoisThe first in the Camille Delaney Mystery series, The Complication is a fast-paced legal and medical mystery filled with greed, murder, and intrigue.
by Julia Ash
Someone drowned teen beauty queen, Juliette Annabella Parker.
Prior to her death, 15-year-old Jules reigned as the nation’s darling of beauty pageantry. On her parents’ waterfront estate in rural-rich Hickory Thicket, however, she was beset by dark family secrets—those which kept her isolated. Of course, Jules had harbored a few secrets of her own, including her forbidden friendship with the new teen next door, 17-year-old Truitt Windsor.