Lake House by Kate Morton: Alice Edevane is sixteen-year-old who loves to write stories. But the mysteries she pens are no match for the one her family is about to endure when the Edevanes discover that their youngest child, eleven-month-old Theo, has vanished without a trace.
The Bazaar of Bad Dreams by Stephen King: Stephen King delivers a generous collection of stories, several of them brand-new, featuring revelatory autobiographical comments on when, why, and how he came to write (or rewrite) each story.
Crimson Shore by Preston and Child: A secret chamber. A mysterious shipwreck. A murder in the desolate salt marshes. A seemingly straightforward private case turns out to be much more complicated-and sinister-than Special Agent A.X.L. Pendergast ever could have anticipated.
Buffalo Trail by Jeff Gruin: Fleeing from his nemesis, Killer Boots, Cash McLendon seeks refuge in Dodge City with a band of buffalo hunters who head south to the Texas panhandle into forbidden Indian Territory.
Home by Nightfall by Charles Finch: It’s London in 1876, and the whole city is abuzz with the enigmatic disappearance of a famous foreign pianist. Lenox has an eye on the matter – as a partner in a now-thriving detective agency, he’s a natural choice to investigate.
Shadow Play by Iris Johansen: When Eve receives a request for help on the reconstruction of the skull of a nine-year-old girl whose body has been buried for eight years, and the ghost of the girl begins communicating with her, Eve finds herself wrapped up in the case more intensely than she could have ever imagined.
Avenue of Mysteries by John Irving: Juan Diego–a fourteen-year-old boy, who was born and grew up in Mexico–has a thirteen-year-old sister. Her name is Lupe, and she thinks she sees what’s coming–specifically, her own future and her brother’s.
Stars of Fortune by Nora Roberts: To celebrate the rise of their new queen, three goddesses of the moon created three stars, one of fire, one of ice, one of water. But then they fell from the sky, putting the fate of all worlds in danger. And now three women and three men join forces to pick up the pieces.
Golden Lion by Wilbur Smith: Henry “Hal” Courtney was raised at sea to become the captain of his own ship. Navigating his crew across the waves of danger, Hal sails his ship in search of fortune and treasure and will learn that the more a man achieves, the more he has to lose.