New Fiction

new bookwormPicked to Die by Sheila Connolly (Large Print): When a skeleton is found beneath the porch of Seth’s renovation project, and a relative of one of Meg’s former apple pickers is found dead behind the feed store. Meg can’t help but wonder: is there something rotten in Granford?

Garden of Lies by Amanda Quick (Large Print): When Ursula Kern discovers the body of one of her best secretaries, she immediately suspects murder. But no one, including the police, believes her. So Ursula seeks the help of her newest and most mysterious client, Slater Roxton.

The Great Zoo of China by Matthew Reilly (Large Print): The Chinese have kept secret for years. They’ve proven the existence of dragons. Now a small group of VIPs has been brought to the greatest zoo ever constructed deep within China to see the fabulous creatures for the first time.

Debbie Doesn’t Do It Anymore by Walter Mosley: When porn queen Debbie Dare returns home to find her producer husband dead and riddled with massive debt that various L.A. heavies want to collect on, she must find a way to extricate herself from the peculiar subculture of the porn industry and reconcile herself to sacrifices she’s made along the way.

Dayshift by Charlaine Harris: No one knows what Olivia Charity does; they only know that she’s beautiful and dangerous. Psychic Manfred Bernardo finds out just how dangerous when he goes on a working weekend to Dallas and sees Olivia there with a couple who are both found dead the next day.

I, Ripper by Stephen Hunter: A vivid reimagining of Jack the Rippers personal story entwined with that of an Irish journalist who covered the case, knew the principals, charted the investigation, and at last, stymied, went off in a bold new direction.

The Border by Robert McCammon: On an Earth devastated by a war between two marauding alien civilizations, it is not just aliens that endanger the remaining humans. The world itself has turned against the handful of survivors, as one by one they succumb to despair, suicide or something much worse.

The Fall by John Lescroart: San Francisco lawyers Dismas Hardy and his associate and only daughter Rebecca find themselves in the middle of a difficult murder case involving a teenage African American foster child.

The Enemy Inside by Steve Martini: Defending an innocent young man, defense attorney Paul Madriani uncovers a morass of corruption and greed that leads to the highest levels of political power.

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