New Fiction

new bookwormTricky Twenty-Two by Janet Evanovich: When the leader of the Zeta fraternity is arrested for assaulting the dean of students, he goes into hiding. Things aren’t adding up, and Stephanie can’t shake the feeling that something funny is going on at the college — and it’s not just Zeta fraternity pranks.

The Burned Bridges of Ward, Nebraska by Eileen Curtwright: Rebecca Meer’s hometown of Ward, Nebraska is small – so small that she can’t even sneak home after a drunken girl’s night without running unto at least three people she knows. But she has bigger problems than her reputation.

Streams of Mercy by Lauraine Snelling: A recent widow from Norway settles with her children in the early 1900s community of Blessing, North Dakota, where her growing friendships with two men in the community bring her to a challenging choice.

Brooklyn by Colm Toibin: In Ireland in the early 1950s, Eilis Lacey cannot find work, so when a job is offered in America, she must go. Leaving behind her family and country, Eilis heads for unfamiliar Brooklyn where the pain of parting is buried beneath the rhythms of her new life, and slowly, happiness.

The Revenant by Michael Punke: Hugh Glass is an experienced frontiersman who is viciously mauled by a grizzly bear and abandoned by his companions. They take his only means of protecting himself — including his precious gun and hatchet, so Glass is driven to survive by one desire: revenge.

The Bitter Season by Tami Hoag: Minneapolis resident Evi Burke has a life she only dreamed of as a kid in and out of foster homes: a beautiful home, a family, people who love her, a fulfilling job. Little does she know that a danger from her past is stalking her perfect present.

Cross Justice by James Patterson: When his cousin is accused of a heinous crime, Alex Cross returns to his North Carolina hometown, where he discovers evidence of widespread corruption and a shattering family secret.

The Grownup by Gillian Flynn: When a fraudulent “psychic” visits an eerie Victorian home that has been the source of a client’s terror and grief, she realizes she may not have to pretend to believe in ghosts anymore.

Dead to the Last Drop by Cleo Coyle: After the White House Clare Cosi to consult on the coffee service for a Rose Garden Wedding, she discovers a historic pot was used as a CIA “dead drop” decades before. Now long-simmering secrets boil over, scalding Clare and the people around her.

House of the Rising Sun by James Burke: A story of a father and son separated by war and circumstance and whose encounter with the legendary Holy Grail. A tale of love, loss, betrayal, vengeance, and retribution that follows Texas Ranger Hackberry Holland on his journey to reunite with his estranged son, Ishmael, a captain in the United States Army.

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