New Fiction Titles

The Storyteller’s Secret by Sejal Badani: An epic story of the unrelenting force of love, the power of healing, and the invincible desire to dream.

White Rose Black Forest by Eoin Dempsey: German dissenter Franka Gerber is alone in her family’s home in the Black Forest until she rescues an airman with a secret.

Desolation Mountain by William Kent Krueger: All his life, Stephen O’Connor has had visions of tragedies to come. When he experiences the vision of a great bird shot from the sky followed by the crash of a plane that kills a United States senator, Stephen joins his father a few Ojibwe men to sift through the smoldering wreckage when the FBI arrives and quickly assumes control of the situation. What seems like the end of his involvement is, however, only the beginning of a harrowing journey to understand the truth behind the Senator’s death.

The Quiet Side of Passion by Alexander McCall Smith: Isabel finds herself befriended by Patricia, a single mother whose son, Basil, goes to school with Isabel’s son. Though Isabel doesn’t really like Patricia, she tries to be civil and supportive, but when she sees Patricia in the company of an unscrupulous man who peddles fake antiquities, her suspicions are aroused and she begins to investigate the paternity of Basil Jr.

A Killer’s Mind by Mike Omar: Forensic psychologist Zoe Bentley investigates the deaths of three Chicago women, finding a chilling connection to gruesome murders from her childhood.

Juror #3 by James Patterson: Struggling young attorney Ruby Bozarth defends a man she passionately believes to be innocent in a first murder trial that could make or break her career, only to discover that the case is affected by a juror’s shocking secret.

A Forgotten Place by Charles Todd: Working in an amputee clinic in Wales, Bess Crawford advocates on behalf of disabled former soldiers who endure life-risking conditions in coal mines while trying to discern the whereabouts of a missing Army captain.

The Girl with No Name by Lisa Regan: Detective Josie Quinn is horrified when she’s called to the house of a mother who had her newborn baby snatched from her arms. A woman caught fleeing the scene is Josie’s only lead. As Josie digs deeper, a letter about a mix-up at a fertility clinic links the nameless girl and the missing child to a spate of killings across the country. Josie is faced with an impossible decision: should she risk the life of one innocent child to save many others . . . or can she find another way?

The Money Shot by Stuart Woods: Disguising himself as a stuntman to investigate blackmail threats against an actress starring in a new production, Teddy Fay discovers that the perpetrators are looking for something other than money.

Widdershins by Alex Alexander: Everyone knows cats can’t talk. Everyone except Niclas, a halfwit slum boy who’s just landed a new job as a talking cat’s man servant. But this is Laburnum and the age of Rationalism. Here, the Academy’s Inquisition takes illogical happenings very seriously. And it’s not just the Crimson Men Niclas and his new master have to worry about. A man with no name has come to the capital in search of the Black Science and they call hum Witchhunter.

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