New Adult Fiction

new bookwormKing and Maxwell by David Baldacci: The teenage son of a missing soldier in Afghanistan hires Sean King and Michelle Maxwell–former Secret Service agents turned private investigators–to solve the mystery surrounding his father.

The Spymistress by Jennifer Chiaverini: Pledging her loyalty to the North at the risk of her life when her native Virginia secedes, Quaker-educated aristocrat Elizabeth Van Lew uses her innate skills for gathering military intelligence to help construct the Richmond.

The Gods of Guilt by Michael Connelly: Attorney Mickey Haller defends a suspect accused of killing a prostitute, whom Mickey represented years early and thought he had helped change her life.

Command Authority by Tom Clancy: There’s a new strong man in Russia but his rise to power is based on a dark secret hidden decades in the past. The solution to that mystery lies with a most unexpected source, President Jack Ryan.

Billionaire Blends by Cleo Coyle: When a car bomb nearly kills tech whiz Eric Thorner, Clare comes to his aid and he hires her for an extraordinary project: creating the world’s most expensive coffee blend.

Takedown Twenty by Janet Evanovich: Stephanie Plum must try and find mobster Salvatore “Uncle Sunny” Sunucchi, and to make things more complicated she is also helping to solve a murder in which her grandmother played bingo with the victim.

What I Had Before You by Sarah Cornwell: Returning home with her teenage daughter and her son Daniel, who has bipolar disorder, Olivia must finally embrace the birthright inherited from her mother, Myla, a beautiful and erratic psychic, when Daniel disappears.

Fear Nothing by Lisa Gardner: Detective D.D. Warren has a new foe as a serial killer, who is unable to feel pain, terrorizes Boston.

Snowblind by Christopher Golden: The small New England town of Coventry is haunted by its memories of a deadly winter… in which loved ones were lost, families torn apart, and a town buried in a terrible blizzard.

The Museum of Extraordinary Things by Alice Hoffman: In the early twentieth century, a romance is sparked between freak show performer, Coralie Sardie, and young immigrant photographer, Eddie Cohen.

Innocence by Dean Koontz: During a night excursion to the library, Addison an outsider who lives with his face hidden, meets Gwyneth, a girl who cannot bear to be touched, and together they face the most terrifying night of their lives, and may possibly see the end of the world by dawn.

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