New Fiction

new bookwormThe Edge of Dreams by Rhys Bowen: Molly Murphy Sullivan’s husband Daniel is chasing a murderer whose victims have nothing in common nothing except for notes sent to Daniel. When Molly starts having strange dreams, it may help Daniel catch the taunting killer.

Aunt Dimity and the Summer King by Nancy Atherton: Overseeing her baby, a family wedding and her own 40th birthday celebration amid rumors that a developer has unwanted plans for Finch village, Lori bonds with a warmhearted inventor only to discover his true intentions.

The Dream Lover by Elizabeth Berg: In a major departure, Elizabeth Berg has created a gorgeous novel about the life of George Sand, written in luminous prose, with exquisite insight into the heart and mind of a woman who was considered the most passionate and gifted genius of her time.

The Stranger by Harlan Coben: When Adam Price learns a devastating secret about his wife, Corinne, he confronts her, and their mirage of perfection disappears as if it never existed at all. Soon Adam finds himself tangled in something far darker than even Corinne’s deception.

Chasing Sunsets by Karen Kingsbury: Growing up in a comfortable home, Mary Catherine pursues meaning through charity work. Despite intentions to stay single, she finds herself drawing close to Marcus, and their budding romance offers an exciting life she never dreamed of.

Someone is Watching by Joy Fielding: Deeply shaken after a brutal attack, Bailey Carpenter struggles to reclaim control over her life, unable to face her job, her friends, or even the world outside her apartment, and even then, the enemy may be much closer than she realizes.

The Wedding Circle by Ashton Lee: Maura Beth Mayhew, Cherico’s librarian, finds a local politician trying to divert library funds, while Maura Beth’s socialite parents insist on a lavish New Orleans wedding, which she desperately wants to avoid.

The Dead Lands by Percy Benjamin: In the post-apocalypse, folks getting by in the Sanctuary (the remains of St. Louis) are surprised when a woman rushes in to report that in the West, civilization flourishes and crops grow. Unfortunately, there’s also an army on the march that enslaves everyone it encounters.

Blood on Snow by Jo Nesbo: This is the story of Olav: an extremely talented “fixer” whose unexpected capacity for love is as far-reaching as his talent for murder. But it’s becoming clear that the more you know about your boss, the more your boss might want you fixed, especially if you’ve fallen in love with his wife…

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