New Fiction

The Shadow by James Patterson: Only two people know Lamont Cranston’s secret identity as the Shadow, a vigilante of justice: his greatest love, Margo Lane — and his fiercest enemy, Shiwan Khan. Then Khan ambushes the couple, who have the slimmest chance of survival … in the uncertain future. A century and a half later, Lamont awakens in a world both unknown and disturbingly familiar.

Sleeping Bear by Connor Sullivan: Army veteran Cassie Gale decides to take a few days of solitude in the Alaska wilderness. When her dog is discovered injured at her wrecked campsite, her father knows that this is much more than a camping trip gone awry. As it turns out, Cassie’s not the first person to disappear without a trace in Alaska’s northern interior. Bears. Wolves. Avalanches. Frostbite. Starvation. There are many ways to die in here. But not all disappearances can be explained, including Cassie’s

The Guilt Trip by Sandie Jones: Six friends travel to Portugal for a destination wedding weekend. As the wedding weekend unfolds, the secrets each of them hold begin to spill, and friendships and marriages threaten to unravel. Soon, jumping to conclusions becomes the difference between life and death.

A Thousand Ships by Natalie Haynes: From the Trojan women whose fates now lie in the hands of the Greeks, to the Amazon princess who fought Achilles on their behalf, to Penelope awaiting the return of Odysseus, to the three goddesses whose feud started it all, these are the stories of the women whose lives, loves, and rivalries were forever altered by this long and tragic war. 

The Fiancée by Kate White: Summer’s looking forward to the annual family get-together at her in-laws’ sprawling estate. Her husband’s brother brings his new flame Hannah, whom Summer immediately recognizes from a few years before. Oddly, Hannah claims not to know her. Then the reunion is rocked by tragedy when a family member is found dead. Summer fears that the too-good-to-be-true Hannah is involved, even as Gabe dismisses her suspicions. How far will Summer go to expose the truth?

Ridgeline by Michael Punke: In December 1866, tensions were rising in Wyoming between the Native American tribes and the settlers who would destroy their home. As the tribes set forth with repeated attacks to discourage the settlers, Captain William J. Fetterman, anxious and arrogant, claimed that he could take offense and rid the area of Native American people with only a small army of 80 men. And he would–unless Crazy Horse could find a way to lure the army to their doom.

Rock the Boat by Beck Dorey-Stein: When Kate Campbell’s life in Manhattan suddenly implodes, she is forced to return to Sea Point, the small town full of quirky locals, quaint bungalows, and beautiful beaches where she grew up. As the summer swells, white lies, and long-buried secrets prove as corrosive as the salt air, threatening to forever erode not only the bonds between friends but also the landscape of the beachside community they call home.

Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid: Malibu: August 1983. It’s the day Nina Riva, the famous girl with the rich family everyone wants to be, will host her annual end-of-summer party.  By midnight the party will be completely out of control. By morning, the Riva mansion will have gone up in flames. It is one unforgettable night in the life of a family: the night they each have to choose what they will keep from the people who made them and what they will leave behind.

The Old Man’s Place by John Sanford: On the shore of Lake Superior, a Russian man is found shot dead, and though nobody knows why he was killed, everybody – the local cops, the FBI, and the Russians themselves – has a theory. Before he can find the answers, Davenport will have to follow a trail back to another place, another time, and battle the shadows he discovers there – shadows that turn out to be both very real and very deadly.

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