New DVDs

movie nightBatman v. Superman: Fearing the actions of Superman are being left unchecked, Batman takes him on, while the world wrestles with what kind of a hero it really needs. With Batman and Superman fighting each other, a new threat, Doomsday, is created by Lex Luthor. Starring Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill.

 A Hologram for the King: In a rising Saudi Arabian city, far from weary, recession-scarred America, a struggling businessman named Alan Clay pursues a last-ditch attempt to stave off foreclosure, pay his daughter’s college tuition, and finally do something great. Starring Tom Hanks based on the novel by Dave Eggers.

Me Before You: Louisa ‘Lou’ Clark lives in a quaint town in the English countryside. With no clear direction in her life, she takes a job at the local ‘castle’ and becomes caregiver and companion to Will Traynor, a wealthy young banker who became wheelchair bound in an accident. Both Lou and Will get more than they bargained for. Based on the novel by Jojo Moyes.

Triple 9: A bank robbery is just the tip of the iceberg when two cops in Atlanta start suspecting members of their own team are involved. Not knowing who to trust and how deep the corruption goes, time is ticking for them to uncover the truth, before they become the target for the next deadly job. Starring Casey Affleck, Woody Harrelson, and Kate Winslet.

The Finest Hours: In February of 1952, one of the worst storms to ever hit the East Coast struck New England, damaging an oil tanker off the coast of Cape Cod and literally ripping it in half. On a small lifeboat faced with frigid temperatures and 70-foot high waves, four members of the Coast Guard set out to rescue the more than 30 stranded sailors. Based on a true story and starring Casey Affleck.

Mother’s Day: This celebration of mothers everywhere invites all to enjoy the laughter, tears and love as three generations come together in the week leading up to Mother’s Day. Starring Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Julia Roberts, and Jason Sudeikis.

Sisters: The story of two disconnected sisters summoned home to clean out their childhood bedroom before their parents sell the family house. Looking to recapture their glory days, they throw one final high-school-style party for their classmates. Starring Amy Poehler and Tina Fey.

The Hunt: Take an intimate look at the remarkable strategies of hunters and in some cases, the hunted, exploring the challenges animals face and the tactics they employ both on land and in the water. It is a celebration of nature’s most determined, specialized and cunning predators and their equally cunning and elusive prey. Starring David Attenborough

Baby Mama: Kate is a businesswoman who, at 37, has decided to have a child on her own. Unable to get pregnant, a driven Kate allows South Philly working girl Angie Ostrowiski to become her unlikely surrogate. In a battle of wills, they prepare for the baby’s arrival. They soon discover that there are two kinds of family: the one you’re born to and the one you make. Starring Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.

New Nonfiction

The World According to Star Wars by Cass Sunstein: Explores the lessons of Star Wars as they relate to childhood, fathers, the Dark Side, rebellion, and redemption. As it turns out, Star Wars also has a lot to teach us about constitutional law, economics, and political uprisings. Sunstein tells the story of the films’ wildly unanticipated success and explores why some things succeed while others fail.

 Perfume River by Robert Olen Butler: Tenured professor Robert Quinlan finds himself in a stalwart marriage with a brother he won’t speak to and a father on his death bed. when an unstable homeless man whom Robert at first takes to be a fellow Vietnam veteran turns out to have a deep impact not just on Robert, but on his entire family.

Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur: Milk and honey is a collection of poetry and prose about survival that takes readers through a journey of the most bitter moments in life and finds sweetness in them because there is sweetness everywhere if you are just willing to look.

The Day the President was Shot by Bill O’Reilly: A chronicle of the events leading up to the attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan. Includes a discussion of the aftermath and provides biographical information on the former president.

Harry Potter: the artifact vault by Judy Revenson: Chronicles the work of the graphics department in creating vibrant and imaginative labels for potions bottles, brooms, and candy; the creation of Quidditch Quaffles, Bludgers, and Golden Snitches, lovingly crafted by the prop making team; and the stunning inventiveness used by the entire crew to create a rich, bewitched filmic universe.

Outlander Kitchen by Theresa Carle-Sanders: Professional chef and founder of OutlanderKitchen.com Theresa Carle-Sanders offers up this extraordinary cuisine for your table. Featuring more than one hundred recipes, “Outlander Kitchen” retells Claire and Jamie’s incredible story through the flavors of the Scottish Highlands, the French Revolution, and beyond.

Liars by Glenn Beck: In his signature no-holds-barred way, Beck destroys the false promises of Progressivism and takes us through its history, showing how each “wave” built up on the one before it, ultimately washing up to the beach in the form of Barack Obama—and whoever is next.

Storm Over Leyte by John Prados: Gives readers an unprecedented look at both sides of this titanic naval clash, demonstrating that, despite the Americans’ overwhelming superiority in firepower and supplies, the Japanese achieved their goal, inflicting grave damage on U.S. forces. Provides access to naval intelligence reports that influenced key strategic decisions on both sides.

The Mathews Men by William Geroux: One of the last unheralded heroic stories of World War II: the U-boat assault off the American coast against the men of the U.S. Merchant Marine who were supplying the European war, and one community’s monumental contribution to that effort.

New Fiction

The House at the Edge of Night by Catherine Banner: Follows the lives of the Esposito family and the other islanders who live and love on Castellamare who are transformed by two world wars and a great recession, by the threat of fascism and their deep bonds of passion and friendship, and by bitter rivalries and the power of forgiveness.

Perfume River by Robert Olen Butler: Tenured professor Robert Quinlan finds himself in a stalwart marriage with a brother he won’t speak to and a father on his death bed. when an unstable homeless man whom Robert at first takes to be a fellow Vietnam veteran turns out to have a deep impact not just on Robert, but on his entire family.

Heroes of the Frontier by Dave Eggers: Josie and her husband have split up, and when her ex asks to take the children to meet his new fiancé’s family, Josie makes a run for it, figuring Alaska is about as far as she can get without a passport. But as they drive, pushed north by wildfires, Josie is chased by enemies both real and imagined, past mistakes pursuing her tiny family to the edge of civilization.

Belgravia by Julian Fellowes: Two families living in 1840s London must guard a secret that originated at the Duchess of Richmond’s legendary ball on the eve of the Battle of Waterloo.

Among the Wicked by Linda Castillo: Kate Burkholder is called upon by the sheriff’s department in rural, upstate New York to assist on a situation that involves a reclusive Amish settlement and the death of a young girl. Kate travels to New York, poses as an Amish woman, and infiltrates the community.

Night and Day by Iris Johansen: Protecting Cara Delaney from the enemies who want her dead leads Eve to be their target. It will take everything she has to rescue Cara, and doing so will put that which is dearest to her at risk.

The Fisherman by John Langan:  When Abe and Dan, two widowers who have found solace in each other’s company and a shared passion for fishing, hear rumors of a Creek with the possibility of a catch more fantastic than fish, the men find themselves drawn into a tale as deep and old as the Reservoir.

Chase by James Patterson: A man plunges to his death from the roof of a Manhattan hotel. It looks like a suicide – except the victim has someone else’s fingerprints and $10,000 in cash. Enter Detective Michael Bennett.

Barkskins by Annie Proulx: Rene Sel, an illiterate woodsman, makes his way from Northern France to the homeland to seek a living. Proulx tells the stories of Rene’s children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren, as well as the descendants of his friends and foes, as they travel back to Europe, to China, to New England, always in quest of a livelihood or fleeing stunningly brutal conditions–war, pestilence, Indian attacks, the revenge of rivals.

New Fiction

The House at the Edge of Night by Catherine Banner: Follows the lives of the Esposito family and the other islanders who live and love on Castellamare who are transformed by two world wars and a great recession, by the threat of fascism and their deep bonds of passion and friendship, and by bitter rivalries and the power of forgiveness.

Perfume River by Robert Olen Butler: Tenured professor Robert Quinlan finds himself in a stalwart marriage with a brother he won’t speak to and a father on his death bed. when an unstable homeless man whom Robert at first takes to be a fellow Vietnam veteran turns out to have a deep impact not just on Robert, but on his entire family.

Heroes of the Frontier by Dave Eggers: Josie and her husband have split up, and when her ex asks to take the children to meet his new fiancé’s family, Josie makes a run for it, figuring Alaska is about as far as she can get without a passport. But as they drive, pushed north by wildfires, Josie is chased by enemies both real and imagined, past mistakes pursuing her tiny family to the edge of civilization.

Belgravia by Julian Fellowes: Two families living in 1840s London must guard a secret that originated at the Duchess of Richmond’s legendary ball on the eve of the Battle of Waterloo.

Among the Wicked by Linda Castillo: Kate Burkholder is called upon by the sheriff’s department in rural, upstate New York to assist on a situation that involves a reclusive Amish settlement and the death of a young girl. Kate travels to New York, poses as an Amish woman, and infiltrates the community.

Night and Day by Iris Johansen: Protecting Cara Delaney from the enemies who want her dead leads Eve to be their target. It will take everything she has to rescue Cara, and doing so will put that which is dearest to her at risk.

The Fisherman by John Langan: When Abe and Dan, two widowers who have found solace in each other’s company and a shared passion for fishing, hear rumors of a Creek with the possibility of a catch more fantastic than fish, the men find themselves drawn into a tale as deep and old as the Reservoir.

Chase by James Patterson: A man plunges to his death from the roof of a Manhattan hotel. It looks like a suicide – except the victim has someone else’s fingerprints and $10,000 in cash. Enter Detective Michael Bennett.

Barkskins by Annie Proulx: Rene Sel, an illiterate woodsman, makes his way from Northern France to the homeland to seek a living. Proulx tells the stories of Rene’s children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren, as well as the descendants of his friends and foes, as they travel back to Europe, to China, to New England, always in quest of a livelihood or fleeing stunningly brutal conditions–war, pestilence, Indian attacks, the revenge of rivals.

New Fiction

Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty: Sam and Clementine have a busy life as working parents, but they can always count on each other. The two agree to go to a barbecue with friends, and afterwards it won’t stop raining, and Clementine and Sam can’t stop asking themselves the question: What if we hadn’t gone?

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by J.K. Rowling: As an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic, a husband, and a father, Harry Potter struggles with a past that refuses to stay where it belongs while his youngest son, Albus finds the weight of the family legacy difficult to bear.

Nine Women, One Dress by Jane Rosen: A charming, hilarious, irresistible romp of a novel that brings together nine unrelated women, each touched by the same little black dress that weaves through their lives, bringing a little magic with it.

The Hopefuls by Jennifer Close: Laced with sly humor and insider detail, Jennifer Close’s new novel tells the story of a young wife who follows her husband and his political dreams to DC, a city of idealism, ambition and complicated friendships among young Washington’s aspiring elite.

Dark Matter by Blake Crouch: Jason Dessen awakens to find himself strapped to a gurney, surrounded by strangers in hazmat suits. In this world he’s woken up to, Jason’s life is not the one he knows. His wife is not his wife. His son was never born. And Jason is not an ordinary college physics professor, but a celebrated genius who has achieved something remarkable. Something impossible.

The Light of Paris by Eleanor Brown: Madeleine, who is unhappy in a failing marriage, finds a diary detailing her grandmother’s romantic trip to Jazz Age Paris. She decides to return to her hometown and stay with her critical, disapproving mother. Shaken by the revelation of a long-hidden family secret and inspired by her grandmother’s bravery, Madeleine creates her own Parisian summer.

The Bones of Paradise by Jonis Agee (Nebraska Author): Ten years after the massacre at Wounded Knee, J.B. Bennett, a white rancher, and Star, a young Native American woman, are murdered in a remote meadow on J.B.’s land. The deaths bring together the scattered members of the Bennett family exposing dark secrets and the conflicted heart of a nation caught between past and future.

The Muse by Jessie Burton: Odelle Bastien, a Caribbean émigré living in London in 1967, discovers a painting rumored to be the work of Isaac Robles, a young artist of immense talent and vision whose mysterious death has confounded the art world for decades.

Die Like an Eagle by Donna Andrews: Meg tangles with Biff Brown, the petty, vindictive league head. On baseball season’s opening day, Biff’s lookalike brother is found dead in the porta-potty at the ball field. So many people think Biff’s scum that it would be easy to blame him, but he has an alibi and Meg suspects he may actually have been the intended victim.

New Fiction

Invincible Summer by Alice Adams: Four close friends who graduate college together in 1998 venture off to pursue their fortunes in the new millennium, but find themselves drawn back together twenty years later amidst broken dreams, lost jobs, and shattered relationships.

Insidious by Catherine Coulter: FBI agents Savich and Sherlock must discover who is trying to murder eighty-six-year-old Venus Rasmussen, a powerful, wealthy society icon.

Sweet Tomorrows by Debbie Macomber: Nine months ago, Mark Taylor abruptly left Cedar Cove on a perilous mission to right a wrong from his past. Though Mark finally confessed his love for her, innkeeper Jo Marie Rose is unsure if he’s ever coming back.

Bullseye by James Patterson: Detective Michael Bennett must trace the source of a threat that could rip the country apart–and ignite a war the likes of which the world has never seen. With allegiances constantly in doubt and no one above suspicion, only Bennett can save the president–and the country–before the assassins’ deadly kill shot hits its mark.

The Hike by Drew Magary: When Ben, a businessman away from home, decides to take a short hike, he realizes he may have chosen the wrong path. With no choice but to move forward, Ben finds himself falling deeper and deeper into a world of man-eating giants, bizarre demons, and colossal insects.

Good as Gone by Amy Gentry: Thirteen-year-old Julie Whitaker was kidnapped. Then one night: the doorbell rings. A young woman who appears to be Julie is finally home. Anna, Julie’s mother, has doubts and begins a torturous search for the truth about the woman she desperately hopes is her daughter.

Falling by Jane Green: Emma Montague leaves her world of finance for a tiny beach. To Emma, her landlord, Dominic, is somewhat of a fixer-upper, like the house. A local handyman with a six-year-old son, he’s a world away from the men she should be interested in. Emma finds herself falling for Dominic But setting down roots doesn’t come easily when two lives as different as their own merge into one

The Great Ordeal by Scott Baker: As Fanim war-drums beat just outside the city, the Empress Anasurimbor Esmenet searches frantically throughout the palace for her missing son Kelmomas. Meanwhile, untold leagues away, Esmenet’s husband’s Great Ordeal continues its epic crusade ever northward, where their first encounter of the Consultant and their alien Tekne has catastrophic effects.

The Innocents by Ace Atkins: She was just seventeen, a high school dropout named Milly Jones, found walking down the middle of the highway, engulfed in flames. Even in a tough Mississippi county like Tibbehah, it shatters the community, and it is up to Sheriff Quinn Colson, back on the job after a year away, and his deputy Lillie Virgil, to investigate what happened and why.

New Nonfiction

Look at You Now by Liz Pryor: In 1979, privileged and pregnant Liz Pryor is take to live in a dismal government facility for impoverished pregnant teenagers. She was a fish out of water—a girl from privilege surrounded by girls from the foster system and juvie. This is a story a story about unexpected friendships and the moments that shape us for the rest of our lives.

M Train by Pattie Smith: M Train is a journey through eighteen “stations.” Woven throughout are reflections on the writer’s craft and artistic creation, alongside signature memories including her life in Michigan with her husband, guitarist Fred Sonic Smith, whose untimely death was an irremediable loss. Augmented by black-and-white Polaroids taken by Smith herself.

Rosemary: the hidden Kennedy daughter by Kate Larson: The revelatory, poignant story of Rosemary Kennedy, the eldest and eventually secreted-away Kennedy daughter, and how her life transformed her family, its women especially, and an entire nation

The Winter Fortress by Neal Bascomb: Documents the Allied raid against occupied Norway’s Vemork hydroelectric plant, the world’s only supplier of an essential ingredient needed by the Nazis to build an atomic bomb, citing the teamwork of British Special Ops, a brilliant scientist and refugee Norwegian commandos that foiled Hitler’s nuclear ambitions.

Libertarians on the Prairie by Christine Woodside: Reveals for the first time the full extent of the collaboration between Laura and her daughter, Rose Wilder Lane. Their secret collaboration would lead in time to their estrangement.

The Secret War by Francis Russell: Text and photographic essays tell of espionage in World War II: the spies, spy networks, codes, electronic eavesdropping, weapons and hoaxes used by both sides.

Hillary’s America by Dinesh D’Souza: The best-selling author of Obama’s America characterizes presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as a Nixonian political gangster out to control the country’s wealth in a scathing critique that makes controversial claims about Clinton family corruption.

Grunt: the curious science of humans at war by Mary Roach: Grunt’ tackles the science behind some of a soldier’s most challenging adversaries– panic, exhaustion, heat, noise– and introduces us to the scientists who seek to conquer them.

Commander in Chief by Nigel Hamilton: Nigel Hamilton’s Mantle of Command drew on years of archives to portray FDR in a tight close up, as he determined Allied strategy in the crucial initial phases of World War II. Commander in Chief reveals the astonishing sequel — suppressed by Winston Churchill in his memoirs — of Roosevelt’s battles with Churchill to maintain that strategy.

New Fiction

A Most Curious Murder by Elizabeth Buzzelli: With the destruction of her mother’s Little Library and the discovery of curmudgeon Adam Cane murdered in the neighbor Zoe Zola’s fairy garden, divorcée Jenny Weston begins to doubt the soundness of her decision to return to her hometown of Bear Falls.

Mortal Fall by Christine Carbo: A wildlife biologist’s shocking death leads to chilling discoveries about a home for troubled teens set in the wilds of Glacier National Park.

A Hero of France by Alan Furst: Members of the French Resistance network young and old, aristocrats and schoolteachers, defiant heroes and ordinary people all engaged in clandestine actions in the cause of freedom.

A Few Right Thinking Men by Sulari Gentill: Historical crime fiction which brings together art, money, crime, politics and treason in an extraordinary tale set in Australia’s Great Depression of the 1930s.

Lost and Gone Forever by Alex Grecian: Many changes have happened to the Murder Squad. Sergeant Nevil Hammersmith lost his job and set up his own detective agency. Inspector Walter Day has been missing for a year. Hammersmith has made finding Day his primary case, and he has company–a pair of bounty hunters. It is only gradually that he has come to realize that they are not what they seem.

Gone Again by James Grippando: Teenanger Sashi Burgette vanished three years ago. Ex-con Dylan Kyle was stopped for drunk driving. An article of Sashi’s clothing was found in his truck, and a police videotape of his drunken explanation under interrogation sealed his fate at trial. Now, just days from Kyle’s execution, Sashi’s mother visits Jack Swyteck and delivers shocking news: “Sashi called me.”

The Crow Girl by Eric Sund: When the body of a young boy is found, detective Jeanette Kihlberg heads the investigation, which quickly dead-ends: no trace of the boy’s identity can be found. But with the discovery of two more children’s bodies in similar condition, it becomes clear that a psychopathic serial killer is at large.

America’s First Daughter by Stephanie Dray (Large Print): As Thomas Jefferson’s oldest daughter, Patsy becomes his helpmate, protector, and constant companion in the wake of her mother’s death. Meanwhile, Patsy has fallen in love with her father’s protégé William Short, a staunch abolitionist and ambitious diplomat. Her choices will follow her in the years to come.

The Pursuit by Janet Evanovich (Large Print): Nicolas Fox, international con man, thief, and one of the top ten fugitives on the FBI’s most-wanted list, has been kidnapped from a retreat in Hawaii. What the kidnapper doesn’t know is that Nick Fox has been secretly working for the FBI. It isn’t long before Nick’s covert partner, Special Agent Kate O’Hare, is in hot pursuit of the crook who stole her con man.

New Fiction

Tom Clancy Duty and Honor by Grant Blackwood: Even though he’s on forced leave from the clandestine intelligence group known as The Campus, Jack Ryan, Jr., still finds himself caught in the crosshairs after an attempt on his life is thwarted when he turns the tables on his would-be dispatcher.

Field of Graves by J.T. Ellison: All of Nashville is on edge with a serial killer on the loose. A madman is trying to create his own end-of-days apocalypse and the cops trying to catch him are almost as damaged as the killer: the haunted Lieutenant Taylor Jackson; her blunt, exceptional best friend, medical examiner Dr. Samantha Owens; and troubled FBI profiler Dr. John Baldwin.

The Excellent Lombards by Jane Hamilton: Frankie Lombard is fiercely in love with her family’s sprawling apple orchard and the tangled web of family who inhabit it, but change is inevitable, and threats of urbanization, disinheritance, and college applications shake the foundation of Frankie’s roots.

Born of Legend by Sherrilyn Kenyon: Dagger Ixur is on the run for his life. As one of the most recognizable members of his royal house, he has a bounty on his head that guarantees him no quarter from any friend or even family. But surrender isn’t in him. He will fight to the bitter end.

Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Enigma by Eric Lustbader: On the eve of Russian General Boris Karpov’s wedding, Jason Bourne receives an enigmatic message from his old friend and fellow spymaster. In Moscow, what should be a joyous occasion turns bloody and lethal. Now Bourne is the only one who can decipher Karpov’s cryptogram.

The House of Secrets by Brad Metlzer: After an accident leaves her with no memory, Hazel Nash must put together the pieces of her past and present to find the truth about her father and his connection to a corpse with a book found in his chest.

A Meal in Winter by Hubert Mingarelli: Three German soldiers head into the frozen Polish country to bring back for execution ‘one of them’ – a Jew. Having flushed out a young man hiding in the woods, they decide to rest in an abandoned house. Before long, the group’s sympathies begin to splinter as each man is forced to confont his conscienence as the moral implications of their mission become clear.

Ghosts of War by Brad Taylor: Pike Logan and Jennifer Cahill travel to Poland only to find themselves caught amid growing tensions between East and West. A Russian incursion into Belarus under the facade of self-defense is trumped by a horrific attack against the United States. Unbeknownst to them, there is another attack on the way. One that will guarantee World War III.

Dishonorable Intentions by Stuart Woods: Stone Barrington’s latest lady friend is full of surprises, both good and ill. A sensual woman with unexpected desires he finds extremely agreeable, she also has unfinished business with a temperamental Man. Stone and his friend remain just one step ahead of their opponent. But their pursuer is not a man who can stand to be thwarted, and tensions are mounting.

Murder on the Quai by Cara Black: In November 1989, first year medical student Aimee Leduc finds her life crumbling when her lab work is sabotaged, her relationship ends, and Aimee’s detective father takes off to Berlin on a mysterious errand. Murder and mayhem ensue.

First Comes Love by Emily Giffin: The sisters, whose relationship was strained by the tragic death of their older brother over a decade ago, find that they need each other more than they realized when they begin to question their life choices and search for deeper connections.

Redemption Road by John Hart: A boy with a gun waits for the man who killed his mother. A troubled detective confronts her past in the aftermath of a brutal shooting. After thirteen years in prison, a good cop walks free. But for how long? And deep in the forest, on the altar of an abandoned church, the unthinkable has just happened. This is a town on the brink. This is a road with no mercy.

Defender by Diana Palmer: The man Isabel can’t forgive is the one thing standing between her and a deadly stalker .

Bay of Sighs by Nora Roberts: To celebrate the rise of their new queen, three goddesses of the moon created three stars, one of fire, one of ice, one of water. But then they fell from the sky, putting the fate of all the worlds in danger. And now three women and three men join forces to pick up the pieces.

Before the Fall by Noah Hawley: Ten privileged individuals one down-on-his-luck painter depart Martha’s Vineyard on a private jet. Sixteen minutes later, the unthinkable happens: the plane plunges into the ocean. The only survivors are Scott Burroughs-the painter-and a four-year-old boy, who is now the last remaining member of an immensely wealthy and powerful media mogul’s family.

Foreign Agent by Brad Thor: Near the Syrian border, a operations team readies to launch a dramatic mission. Their target: the director of social media for ISIS. Before the team can launch, the safe house is attacked. What unfolds in the bloody aftermath is a political and public relations nightmare.

Grace Sees Red by Julie Hyzy: Grace Wheaton is called to Indwell, an upscale assisted-living facility. they discover one of the elderly residents has been found dead under suspicious circumstances. Grace’s trusted assistant, Frances, was seen arguing with the man earlier in the day and is now of interest.

 Liberty’s Last Stand by Stephen Coonts: Jake Grafton and Tommy Carmellini suddenly find themselves on the wrong side of the law when a public act of violence throws the country into chaos just before a presidential election. After martial law is declared and rioting begins, Grafton and Carmellini must risk everything to unravel a massive conspiracy and help a new resistance movement rise up against an unimaginable enemy.

New Fiction

Murder on the Quai by Cara Black: In November 1989, first year medical student Aimee Leduc finds her life crumbling when her lab work is sabotaged, her relationship ends, and Aimee’s detective father takes off to Berlin on a mysterious errand. Murder and mayhem ensue.

First Comes Love by Emily Giffin: The sisters, whose relationship was strained by the tragic death of their older brother over a decade ago, find that they need each other more than they realized when they begin to question their life choices and search for deeper connections.

Redemption Road by John Hart: A boy with a gun waits for the man who killed his mother. A troubled detective confronts her past in the aftermath of a brutal shooting. After thirteen years in prison, a good cop walks free. But for how long? And deep in the forest, on the altar of an abandoned church, the unthinkable has just happened. This is a town on the brink. This is a road with no mercy.

Defender by Diana Palmer: The man Isabel can’t forgive is the one thing standing between her and a deadly stalker .

Bay of Sighs by Nora Roberts: To celebrate the rise of their new queen, three goddesses of the moon created three stars, one of fire, one of ice, one of water. But then they fell from the sky, putting the fate of all the worlds in danger. And now three women and three men join forces to pick up the pieces.

Before the Fall by Noah Hawley: Ten privileged individuals one down-on-his-luck painter depart Martha’s Vineyard on a private jet. Sixteen minutes later, the unthinkable happens: the plane plunges into the ocean. The only survivors are Scott Burroughs-the painter-and a four-year-old boy, who is now the last remaining member of an immensely wealthy and powerful media mogul’s family.

Foreign Agent by Brad Thor: Near the Syrian border, a operations team readies to launch a dramatic mission. Their target: the director of social media for ISIS. Before the team can launch, the safe house is attacked. What unfolds in the bloody aftermath is a political and public relations nightmare.

Grace Sees Red by Julie Hyzy: Grace Wheaton is called to Indwell, an upscale assisted-living facility. they discover one of the elderly residents has been found dead under suspicious circumstances. Grace’s trusted assistant, Frances, was seen arguing with the man earlier in the day and is now of interest.

 Liberty’s Last Stand by Stephen Coonts: Jake Grafton and Tommy Carmellini suddenly find themselves on the wrong side of the law when a public act of violence throws the country into chaos just before a presidential election. After martial law is declared and rioting begins, Grafton and Carmellini must risk everything to unravel a massive conspiracy and help a new resistance movement rise up against an unimaginable enemy.