New Fiction

new bookwormThe Things We Keep by Sally Hepworth: Anna and Luke, both in their prime of life, find themselves in an assisted living facility due to Alzheimer’s, and they form a strong bond. When a tragic incident leads to their separation, caretaker Eve questions what she is willing to risk to help them.

The Wolves by Alex Berenson: John Wells has just barely managed to stop an operation designed to drive the United States and Iran into war, but the instigator himself disappeared behind an impenetrable wall of security. Now it’s time for him to pay, and Wells has made it his personal mission.

Breakdown by Jonathan Kellerman: When an actress turns up dead after a public breakdown weeks earlier, Alex Delaware assists lieutenant Milo Sturgis with the case and wonders if there is a connection to the victim’s missing daughter and a second celebrity killing.

Loving Eleanor by Susan Wittig Albert: When AP political reporter Lorena Hickok is assigned to cover Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of 1932 Democratic candidate FDR, the women become deeply, intimately involved.

The Pharaoh’s Secret by Clive Cussler: When a power broker’s scheme to build a new Egyptian empire requires his manipulation of a Saharan aquifer, Kurt and Joe race to learn the truth about an underworld plant extract at his disposal that may have the power to restore life to the dead.

Even Dogs in the Wild by Ian Rankin: Recently retired John Rebus is brought in on a case when a local gangster receives a mysterious warning similar to one found at a robbery-related death.

Tail Gait by Rita Mae Brown: There’s nothing like a tail well-told. Rita Mae Brown and her feline co-author Sneaky Pie Brown return with Mary Minor “Harry” Haristeen, crime-solving cats Mrs. Murphy and Pewter, and ever-faithful Tee Tucker the corgi.

Swans of Fifth Avenue by Melanie Benjamin: Through Fifth Avenue socialite Babe Paley, Truman Capote gains unparalleled access to the scandal and gossip of her powerful circle. Babe never imagines the destruction Truman will leave in his wake– even when the stories aren’t his to tell.

Coconut Cowboy by Tim Dorsey: Embarking on a plan to finish the motorcycle journey of his Easy Rider heroes in the Florida panhandle, Serge Storms and his sidekick Coleman encounter corrupt politicians, homicides, and mind-altering drugs.

Brotherhood in Death by J.D. Robb: Sometimes brotherhood can be another word for conspiracy. When a real estate scuffle ends with Dennis Mira taking a blunt object to the back of the head, his wife Charlotte Mira, the NYPSD’s top profiler and a good friend of Lieutenant Eve Dallas, is on the case.

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