The End Game by Catherine Coulter: Working with the CIA, the Secret Service, Mossad, MI-5, and even Savich and Sherlock, Nicholas and his team put their lives on the line to prevent another conflagration of environment fueled terrorism – and save the President.
The Scam by Janet Evanovich: Nicolas Fox is a charming con man and master thief on the run. Kate O’Hare is the FBI agent who is hot on his trail. At least that’s what everyone thinks. In reality, Fox and O’Hare are secretly working together to bring down super-criminals the law can’t touch.
Make Me by Lee Child: When he teams up with Michelle Chang, Jack Reacher finds himself involved in a private investigation that has turned lethal.
Corridors of the Night by Anne Perry: When Monk’s wife, Hester, is kidnapped, he is desperate to rescue her. When his investigation leads him to the remote home of the wealthy Bryson Radnor–and to several bodies buried on his grounds–he realizes there is more to the kidnapping than meets the eye.
The Photograph by Beverly Lewis: When Jed Stutzman, a young Amish buggy maker from Ohio, shows up in Lancaster with a photo of a Plain young woman, Eva’s world begins to tilt. She feels powerfully drawn to the quietly charming stranger– but the woman in the forbidden photograph is no stranger at all…. Outlines how the American economic system is failing, with increasing income inequality and a shrinking middle class, and reveals how a market designed for broad prosperity can reverse the trend toward diminished opportunity.
The Girl in the Spider Web by David Lagercrantz: After receiving a call from a trusted source claiming to have vital information to the United States, journalist Mikael Blomkvist turns to hacker Lisbeth for help.
Patriot by Ted Bell: When the Kremlin develops a new weapon with the potential of reshaping Europe, MI6 officer Alex Hawke investigates a series of assassinations to prevent a full-scale world war.
Driving Heat by Richard Castle: After her promotion to captain, Nikki Heat finds her relationship with her fiancé being tested when he interferes in an important case.
A.D. 30 by Ted Dekker: A sweeping epic set in the harsh deserts of Arabia and ancient Palestine about a war that rages between kingdoms on the earth and in the heart, and the harrowing journey of the woman at the center of it all. Step back in time to the year of our Lord…A.D. 30.
The Gilded Hour by Sara Donati: The year is 1883, and in New York City, it’s a time of dizzying splendor, crushing poverty, and tremendous change. Anna Savard and her cousin Sophie–both graduates of the Woman’s Medical School–treat the city’s most vulnerable, even if doing so may put everything they’ve strived for in jeopardy.
The Blue Guitar by John Banville: Oliver Otway Orme, a semi-famous artist and petty thief, despairing of limits in his talents, flees when his latest theft is discovered and sequesters himself in his childhood home, where he struggles to understand how he reached his current state.
Dishing the Dirt by M.C. Beaton: When a woman is found strangled to death in her office, Agatha becomes the prime suspect. But Agatha, along with her team of private detectives, is determined to prove her innocence and find the real culprit. This time Agatha must use her skills to save her own skin.
Lash-Up by Larry Bond: In a bid to dominate Asia and the western Pacific, China provokes a military crisis with the United States and then starts shooting down GPS satellites. America has only a short amount of time to devise some way of protecting advantage in the coming conflict.
The Solomon Curse by Clive Cussler: Legend has much to say about the area around the Solomon Island and the bay off the Guadalcanal coast– gold, gemstones, advanced civilizations, giants, and the Fargos, the treasure-hunting married team, aim to find out the truth behind these legends.
Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff: Every story has two sides. Every relationship has two perspectives. And sometimes, it turns out, the key to a great marriage is not its truths but its secrets. At the core of this rich, expansive, layered novel, Lauren Groff presents the story of one such marriage over the course of twenty-four yearsOutlines how the American economic system is failing, with increasing income inequality and a shrinking middle class, and reveals how a market designed for broad prosperity can reverse the trend toward diminished opportunity.
Come Rain or Come Shine by Jan Karon: Graduating from vet school and opening an animal clinic, Dooley Kavanagh, Father Tim Kavanaugh’s adopted son, plans what he hopes will be a simple, affordable wedding with soulmate Lace Harper.
Robert B. Parker’s The Devil Wins by Reed Coleman: In the wake of a huge storm, three bodies are discovered in the rubble of an abandoned factory. It’s up to Police Chief Jesse Stone to pull away the veil of the past to see how all the murders are connected.
Sign Wave by Andrew Vachss: When a calculating predator threatens his loved ones, mercenary soldier Dell attempts to track down a killer who possesses an uncanny talent for disguise.
Archmage by R.A. Salvatore: Victory reigns at Mithral Hall but Drizzt knows that the dark elves of Menzoberranzan, including the powerful Archmage Gromph, aren’t done with him yet, and the drow may just be desperate enough to call on demonic forces from the deepest reaches of the Abyss, and unleash a disaster even the Underdark could never have prepared for.
Star Wars, Aftermath by Chuck Wendig: As the Empire reels from its critical defeats at the Battle of Endor, the Rebel Alliance–now a fledgling New Republic–presses its advantage by hunting down the enemy’s scattered forces before they can regroup and retaliate.