Robert B. Parker’s Wonderland by Ace Atkins: A developer is trying to buy up Revere Beach and sends thugs to move the process along. Soon Spenser and his apprentice find a trail leading to a mysterious, a Las Vegas kingpin, and plans to turn land north of Boston into a sprawling casino.
The King’s Deception by Steve Berry: When Cotton Malone agrees to escort a teenage fugitive back to America, the youth and Cotton’s son are taken at gunpoint in London, Malone becomes entangled in Operation King’s Deception and the mystery it’s trying to solve.
The Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes: A time-traveling serial killer is impossible to trace– until one of his victims survives. In Depression-era Chicago, Harper Curtis finds a key to a house that opens on to other times. But it comes at a cost.
Lovers and Players by Jackie Collins: The reunion of three brothers at the bidding of their billionaire father sparks a dramatic chain of events including a murder, a one-night, and a risky relationship with a married hip-hop mogul.
The Mourning Hours by Paula Treick DeBoard: Kirsten Hammarstrom hasn’t been home since the mysterious disappearance of a local teenage girl rocked the town and shattered her family. Now, years later, a new tragedy forces Kirsten and her siblings to return home, where they must confront the devastating event that shifted the trajectory of their lives.
Zero Hour by Clive Cussler: Kurt Austin, Joe Zavala and the rest of the NUMA team are called on to find the scientist who thinks he has found zero energy.
Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend by Matthew Dicks: Max Delaney has Asperger’s and an imaginary friend named Budo. Budo defends Max from bullies in school and fears the day when Max will stop believing in him.
Killing Floor by Lee Child: Jack Reacher, an ex-military policeman, is passing through the town of Margarve, Georgia, when he is accused of murder, and must somehow find the real killer and prove his innocence–with virtually the whole town against him.
Flashpoint by Lynn Hightower: Police officer Sonora Blair becomes involved in a case thought to be arson but it soon escalates into murder and threats against her family and herself.
Let it Burn by Steve Hamilton: Reluctantly returning to Detroit to reconnect with a woman and confront the trauma of a shooting that left his partner dead, Alex McKnight investigates an untapped clue and discovers that the man sentenced for the crime may not have been the killer.