Chasing the Boogeyman by Richard Chizmar: In the summer of 1988, the mutilated bodies of several missing girls turn up in a small Maryland town. Soon a rumor begins to spread that the evil stalking local teens is not entirely human.
The Heron’s Cry by Ann Cleeves: Detective Matthew Venn is called out to a rural crime scene at the home of a group of artists. Matthew soon finds himself treading carefully through the lies that fester at the heart of his community and a case that is dangerously close to home.
Ghosts by Dolly Alderton: For Nina Dean, her thirties have not been the liberating, uncomplicated experience she was sold. Everywhere she turns, she is reminded of time passing and opportunities dwindling, so a new relationship is just what the mid-life-crisis ordered.
The Guide by Peter Heller: A young man who, escaping his own grief, is hired by an elite fishing lodge in Colorado where amid the natural beauty of sun-drenched streams and forests he uncovers a plot of shocking menace.
The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman: Elizabeth has received a letter from an old colleague, a man with whom she has a long history. He’s made a big mistake, and he needs her help. His story involves stolen diamonds, a violent mobster, and a very real threat to his life.
The Jailhouse Lawyer by James Patterson: In picture-perfect Erva, Alabama, the most serious crimes are misdemeanors. Speeding tickets. Shoplifting. Contempt of court. Then why is the jail so crowded? And why are so few prisoners released? Sometimes the best education a lawyer can get is a short stretch of hard time.
Tales of Naybor Manor by Joann Keder: Strange occupants, mysterious disappearances and unexplained deaths have frightened the locals away from Naybor Manor. Lanie is asked uncover the truth of Naybor Manor and end the rumors once and for all. When more bodies are discovered, Lanie realizes she might be in over her head.
Friends Like These by Kimberly McCreight: Everyone has those friends – the ones you always show up for – no questions asked. We did have the best of intentions. Especially after what happened to Alice all those years ago, we can’t bear to think of losing anyone else. In fact, we’ll do anything to make sure that doesn’t happen.
Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty: If your mother was missing, would you tell the police? Even if the most obvious suspect was your father? Two of the Delaney children think their father is innocent, two are not so sure—but as the two sides square off against each other, all of the Delaneys will start to reexamine their shared family history in a very new light.