New Fiction @ your library

Munich by Robert Harris: September 1938. Hitler is determined to start a war. Chamberlain is desperate to preserve the peace. The issue is to be decided in a city that will forever afterwards be notorious for what takes place there. Munich. When the stakes are this high, who are you willing to betray? Your friends, your family, your country or your conscience?

The Dry by Jane Harper: Federal Agent Aaron Falk attends the funeral of his best friend, Luke. Twenty years ago when Falk was accused of murder, Luke was his alibi. But now more than one person knows they didn’t tell the truth back then, and Luke is dead.

Unbound by Stuart Woods: Stone Barrington has wiggled his way out of some tricky situations before, but his latest adversary might pose the biggest threat he’s ever faced. This time, it will take every bit of his shrewd cunning to come out on top.

Need to Know by Karen Cleveland: Vivian Miller is a dedicated CIA counterintelligence analyst assigned to uncover the leaders of Russian sleeper cells in the United States. After accessing the computer of a potential operative, Vivian stumbles on a dossier of deep-cover agents within America. A few clicks later, everything that matters to her–her job, her husband, even her four children–are threatened.

Look for Me by Lisa Gardener: A perfect day in Boston is shattered when four family members are gunned down in the comfort of their own home. Still missing is the sixteen-year-old daughter, Roxanna Baez. Witnesses report that she took the family’s two dogs for a walk shortly before the shooting. Was she lucky to have escaped the carnage? Or does her absence speak of something more sinister?

The Deceivers by Alex Berenson: CIA agent John Wells confronts a plot that was supposed to be a terrorist sting. The guns were supposed to be disabled. The FBI had told Ahmed Shakir that his drug bust would go away if he helped them, and they’d supply all the weaponry, carefully removing the firing pins before the main event. It never occurred to Ahmed to doubt them, until it was too late.

The It Girls by Karen Harper: Promoting themselves from genteel poverty to fame, two beautiful sisters, one a daring fashion designer and the other a writer of scandalous novels, become each other’s most staunch supporter and harshest critic in the face of misunderstandings and confidences.

The Overneath by Peter S. Beagle: An odd couple patrols a county full of mythological beasts and ornery locals. A familiar youngster from the world of The Last Unicorn is gifted in magic but terrible at spell-casting. A seemingly incorruptible judge meets his match in a mysterious thief who steals his heart. Two old friends discover that the Overneath goes anywhere, including locations better left unvisited.

A Death in Live Oak by James Grippando: When the body of Jamal Cousin, president of the pre-eminent black fraternity at the Florida’s flagship university, is discovered hogtied in the Stygian water swamps of the Suwanee River Valley, the death sets off a firestorm that threatens to rage out of control when a fellow student, Mark Towson, the president of a prominent white fraternity, is accused of

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