New Fiction Titles

The Missing by Bernard Burgess: A high level child goes missing. The investigators are among the many suspects. Undercover, B & N Investigations must identify and rule out the innocent, in order to find those responsible. Can they wade through the myriad of twists in time to save the missing?

Delta-V by Daniel Suarez: Isolated and pushed beyond their breaking points, Tighe and his fellow twenty-first century adventurers–ex-soldiers, former astronauts, BASE jumpers, and mountain climbers–must rely on each other to survive the dangers of a multi-year expedition to mine a near-earth asteroid as well as the hard realities of conducting business in space.

The Peppermint Tea Chronicles by Alexander McCall Smith: To everything there is a season and a time for every purpose; it is summer in Scotland Street (as it always is) and for the residents of Edinburgh’s favorite street some extraordinary adventures lie in waiting.

Robert B. Parker’s The Bitterest Pill by Reed Coleman: The opioid epidemic has reached Paradise, and Police Chief Jesse Stone must rush to stop the devastation. When a popular high school cheerleader dies of a suspected heroin overdose, he finds himself battling self-interested administrators, reluctant teachers, distrustful schoolkids, and overprotective parents. At the end of the line are the true bad guys, the ones with a lucrative business they’d kill to protect

The Long Call by Ann Cleeves: After attending his father’s funeral, Detective Matthew Venn is called to investigate a body has been found on the beach nearby: a man with a tattoo of an albatross on his neck, stabbed to death. The case calls Matthew back into the community he thought he had left behind, as deadly secrets hidden at its heart are revealed, and his past and present collide.

The Inn by James Patterson: The seclusion of the Inn at Gloucester suits former Boston police detective, Bill Robinson. Robinson runs the Inn and doesn’t ask any questions, until Mitchell Cline arrives bringing drugs and violence to the peaceful inn.

Outfox by Sandra Brown: FBI Drex Easton is driven to outmaneuver the conman known as Weston Graham. When eight women turn up missing, Easton is convinced Graham is responsible and that he murdered them.

The Lake of Learning by Steve Berry: Cassiopeia Vitt is building an authentic castle using thirteenth-century materials when a relic is unearthed–an ancient Book of Hours–and a key to the most precious object of the medieval Cathars.

Tightrope by Amanda Quick: Former trapeze artist Amalie Vaughn turns a mansion said to be cursed into a bed-and-breakfast. When the first guest, Dr. Norman Pickwell, is murdered by his robot invention during a sold-out demonstration, rumors circulate that the curse is real. Matthias Jones is on the trail of a groundbreaking prototype cipher machine and suspects Pickwell stole the device. Amalie and Matthias must decide if they can trust each other and the passion that binds them, because time is running out.

The Oysterville Sewing Circle by Susan Wiggs: Caroline Shelby rolls into Oysterville, Washington, a place she thought she’d left forever. Ten years ago, Caroline launched a career in the fashion world of Manhattan. Then a wave of scandal and tragedy, forced her to flee to the only safe place she knows.

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