New Adult Fiction

new bookwormThe Last Dead Girl by Harry Dolan: A chance encounter draws David close to Jana, an enigma living in a run-down apartment and sporting a bruise on her cheek that she refuses to explain. David would like to know her secrets, but he lets them lie–until it’s too late.

Hazardous Duty by W.E.B. Griffin: Mexican drug cartels are shooting up the streets of Laredo and El Paso. Somali pirates are holding three U.S. tankers for ransom. The President is fed up and has what he thinks is a pretty bright idea-to get hold of Colonel Charley Castillo and his merry band and put them on the case.

What Darkness Brings by C.S. Harris: The death of a notorious London diamond merchant draws aristocratic investigator Sebastian St. Cyr and his new wife Hero into a sordid world of greed, desperation, and the occult.

The Secret of Magic by Deborah Johnson: Working for a prominent member of the NAACP in 1946 when a request comes from her favorite childhood author to investigate the murder of a black war hero, Regina Robichard travels to Mississippi, where she navigates the muddy waters of racism, relationships, and her own tragic past.

Hostage by Kay Hooper: Haven operative Luther Brinkman has been sent into the wilderness of the Appalachian Mountains of Tennessee to locate escaped felon Cole Jacoby, a mentally unstable bank robber.

The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd: The story follows Hetty “Handful” Grimke, a Charleston slave, and Sarah, the daughter of the wealthy Grimke family.

The Night Guest by Fiona MacFarlane: An elderly Australian woman lets a mysterious and possibly sinister caretaker into her beach-side home and into her life

The Red Road by Denise Mina: Police Detective Alex Morrow is entwined in a case involving abrutal arms dealer and a priviledged Scottish lawyer.

Innocent Blood by James Rollins: The second installment in the bestselling gothic series, about an ancient order who speak the truth behind Christ’s miracles and strive to protect the world from evil.

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