Trust No One by Gregg Horowitz
Over the past two decades, Nick Horrigan has built a quiet, safe life until, one night, a SWAT team bursts into his apartment, grabs him, and drags him to a waiting helicopter. A terrorist has seized control of a nuclear reactor, threatening to blow it up.
And the only person he will talk to is Nick.
When the come face-toface, he promises to tell Nick the real truth behind the events that shattered his life twenty years ago.
The Voice of the Night by Dean Koontz
No one could understand why Colin and Roy were best friends. Colin was so shy; Roy was so popular. Colin was nervous around girls; Roy was a ladies’ man. Colin was fascinated by Roy-and Roy was fascinated by death. Then one day Roy asked his timid friend: “you ever killed anything?” And from that moment on, the two were bound together in a game too terrifying to imagine…and too irresistible to stop.
9 Dragons by Michael Connelly
Detective Harry Bosch feels a close connection with a small shop in South L.A. and the owner John Li. So when Li is murdered, Henry promises to find the murderer and even goes so far as to get help from a detective in the Asian Gang Unit to translate both the language and the culture. But soon Henry finds himself closer to a crime ring that will spell disaster for him and his friends.
Plum Pudding Murder by Joanne Fluke
Christmas is here, and Hannah’s shop, The Cookie Jar, is hopping with orders for customers all over Lake Eden, Minnesota. The holiday season loses a little luster, however, when a local businessman is found dead in his office. It seems the Lunatic Larry Jaeger went a little overboard with one of his hal-baked business schemes. His kitschy carnival at the center of town has drawn a lot of attention, and Hannah thinks it may have contributed to his death. Sifting through a suspect roll as long as Santa’s list, Hannah must find the killer and restore some yuletide joy.
Dracula the Undead by Dacre Stoker
The great grandnephew of Dracula scribe Bram Stoker, Dacre Stoker collaborates with Dracula historian Ian Holt to pen the first Stoker-family-supported sequel to the 1897 horror classic. Based on Bram Stoker’s own notes, this richly detailed novel once again thrusts readers into the realm of literature’s most monstrous creation.
Pursuit of Honor by Vince Flynn
Trying tp determine if a colleague is betraying CIA secrets, Mitch stands near a New York City restaurant in rainy darkness. With alert levels now sky high, he can’t believe anyone with Langley’s top security clearance could be so careless. And yet when Mitch overhears the man spill sensitive details and negotiate an “arrangement,” he sets into motion a carefully baited trap. With one target now neutralized, Mitch resumes his search for three fugitive terrorists, who continue to hide their tracks with a sophistication he never expected.
Juliet Naked by Nick Hornby
In a dreary English town, Annie has stopped loving Duncan and started moving on with her life. soon, she’s sharing emails with reclusive American rocker Tucker Crowe, who stopped making music 22 years ago. tucker is about to release a stripped-down version of his greatest album, but coming back to terms with the world won’t be easy. The real test will come when he crosses the Atlantic to face his ex-wives and children-not to mention annie, who might embody his final chance for happiness.
Evidence by Jonathan Kellerman
A young couple is found murdered in a garish L.A. mansion. When Milo Sturgis is assigned the case, he is shocked by the grisly scene and calls in his friend Alex Delaware to aid him in solving this baffling case. The list of suspects begins to add up and soon both Sturgis and Delaware are in the crosshairs of a relentless killer who’ll kill anyone that gets in the way.
Rough Country by John Sandford
Angling for prize fish at a tournament in northern Minnesota, Virgil is called on to investigate a nearby shooting. Seems a lady took a bullet while kayaking at a women’s only resort-which would be right up Virgil’s alley if only the women in question were interested in what he had to offer. decidedly flummoxed, Virgil soon discovers that another murder took place the year before-and that another seems sure to follow.
Shop Class as Soulcraft by Matthew B. Crawford
Shop Class as Soulcraft brings alive a experience that was once quiet common but now seems to be receding from society-the experience of making and fixing things with our hands. Those of us who sit in an office often feel a lck of connection to the material world a sense of loss and find it difficult to say exactly what we do all day. For anyone who felt hustled off to college, then to a cubicle, against their own inclinations and natural bents, Shop Class seeks to restore the honor of the manual trades as a life worth choosing.
The Brutal Telling by Louise Penny
“Chaos is coming, old son.” With those words the peace of Three Pines is shattered. As families prepare to head back to the city and children say goodbye to summer, a stranger is found murdered in the village bistro and antiques store. No one admits to knowing the murdered man, but as secrets are revealed, chaos begins to close in on the beloved bistro owner, Oliver. Once again, Chief Inspector Gamache and his team are called in to strip back layers of lies, exposing both treasures and rancid secrets buried in the wilderness. A trail of clues and treasures, from first editions of Charlotte’s Web and Jane Eyre to a spider web with the word woe woven in it, lead the Chief Inspector deep into the woods and across the continent in search of the truth and finally back to Three Pines as the little village braces for the final, brutal telling.
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