You Will Know Me by Megan Abbott: How far will you go to achieve a dream? That’s the question a celebrated coach poses to Katie and Eric Knox after he sees their daughter Devon, a gymnastics prodigy and Olympic hopeful, compete. For the Knoxes there are no limits–until a violent death rocks their close-knit gymnastics community and everything they have worked so hard for is suddenly at risk.
Spinning the Moon by Karen White: Time and again, New York Times bestselling author Karen White has proven herself to be the “ultimate voice of women’s fiction.” Now you can revisit the emergence of her signature style in two of her earliest novels–completely revised and together in one volume for the first time.
Rushing Waters by Danielle Steel: People from different walks of life are thrust together when a major hurricane descends upon New York City and wreaks unimaginable chaos and devastation. Yet through the darkness they manage to find hope and revitalization.
Damaged by Lisa Scottoline: After suing the Philadelphia school district to get help for a middle school boy with emotional issues, Mary ends up becoming the guardian ad litem of her minor client. As she goes up against Nick Machiavelli, her opposing counsel and the dark prince of South Philly lawyers who will use any means necessary to defeat her, she becomes more and more invested in the case.
The Last Days of Night by Graham Moore: A young lawyer named Paul Cravath takes a case that seems impossible to win. Paul’s client, George Westinghouse, has been sued by Thomas Edison over a billion-dollar question: Who invented the light bulb and holds the right to power the country?
The Wish by Beverly Lewis: Years after her friend Gloria’s family was expelled from the Old Order church, Leona unexpectedly hears from Gloria and endeavors to convince her to rejoin the Amish church, but Leona’s fiancé has reservations about her mission.
Killer Look by Linda Fairstein: High fashion means high stakes when businessman and designer Wolf Savage is found dead in an apparent suicide, mere days before the biggest show of his career. When the man’s daughter insists Savage’s death was murder, the case becomes more than a media sensation: It is a race to find a killer in a world created entirely out of fantasy and illusion.
An Obvious Fact by Craig Johnson: A young biker is run off the road and ends up in critical condition. When Sheriff Walt Longmire and Henry Standing Bear are called to Hulett, Wyoming, to investigate, things start getting complicated. It rapidly becomes clear that there is more to get to the bottom of at this year’s Sturgis Motorcycle Rally than a bike accident.
Razor Girl by Carl Hiaasen: When Lane Coolman’s car is bashed from behind, what appears to be an innocent accident is anything but. Behind the wheel is Merry Mansfield–the eponymous Razor Girl–so named for her unique, eye-popping addition to what might be an otherwise unexciting scam. But, of course, the scam is only the very beginning of a situation that’s going to spiral crazily out of control.