New Fiction

In Farleigh Field by Rhys Bowen: World War II arrives at the ancestral home of Lord Westerham and his five daughters when a soldier with a failed parachute falls to his death on the estate and MI5 operative and family friend Ben Cresswell is covertly tasked with investigating at the same time one of the daughters takes a secret job at Bletchley Park.

Death’s Mistress by Terry Goodkind: Deadly Nicci captured Richard Rahl in order to convince him that the Imperial Order stood for the greater good. But it was Richard who converted Nicci instead, and for years thereafter she served Richard and Kahlan as one of their closest friends. Now, with the reign of Richard and Kahlan finally stabilized, Nicci has set out on her own for new adventures.

Twelve Angry Librarians by Miranda James: When interim library director Charlie is seen having a heated argument with his old library school nemesis, Gavin, the day before he turns up dead, Charlie finds himself on the top of the suspect list.  Now Charlie must check out every clue to refine their search for the real killer among them before the next book Charlie reads comes from a prison library.

 Heartbreak Hotel by Jonathan Kellerman: At nearly one hundred years old, Thalia Mars is a far cry from the patients that child psychologist Alex Delaware normally treats. What Thalia wants from Alex are answers to unsettling questions–about guilt, patterns of criminal behavior, and victim selection. When Alex asks the reason for her morbid fascination, Thalia promises to tell, then turns up dead.

Racing the Devil by Charles Todd: Scotland Yard’s Ian Rutledge finds himself caught in a twisted web of vengeance, old grievances, and secrets that lead back to World War I.

Anno Dracula 1899 and Other Stories by Kim Newman: A brand new collection of chilling stories by master of horror Kim Newman, in which Jack the Ripper still stalks the streets, Frankenstein’s monster rises from the Arctic ice, and the terrifying legacy of Dr Jeyll and Mr Hyde haunts fog-shrouded London.

Always by Sarah Jio: Torn between two men, Kailey Crane is faced with an impossible choice: embrace the bright future she has with her fiance, or dedicate herself to reclaiming a past love. Set amidst the Seattle music scene of the 90s as well as the present day, Always parallels the past and present in a unique love story about a woman who discovers what she’s willing to save and what she will sacrifice.

Gunmetal Gray by Mark Greaney: After five years on the run Court Gentry is back on the inside at the CIA. But his first mission makes him wish he had stayed on the outs when a pair of Chinese agents try to take him down in Hong Kong. Normally the Chinese prefer to stay eyes-only on foreign agents. So why are they on such high alert?

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