Night Moves – by Randy Wayne White
Unsure if he or his friend Tomlinson was the target of a recent murder attempt, Doc Ford continues investigating a near-poisoning, a plane crash, and an explosion off Sanibel Island.
Don’t Go – by Lisa Scottoline
Fleeing home from his military service in Afghanistan when his wife dies in an apparent freak household accident, Dr. Mike Scanlon struggles with the tragedy, his inability to bond with his new baby daughter and a downsizing in his medical practice only to discover a shocking secret that changes his understanding of everything.
The Burgess Boys – by Elizabeth Strout
Catalyzed by a nephew’s thoughtless prank, a pair of brothers confront painful psychological issues surrounding the freak accident that killed their father when they were boys, a loss linked to a heartbreaking deception that shaped their personal and professional lives.
A Spoonful of Sugar – by Brenda Ashford
Britain’s oldest living nanny recalls her years at London’s prestigious Norland Institute, famous for producing top-class nannies, her experiences during World War II, and her life’s devotion to caring for other people’s children.
Paris – by Edward Rutherfurd
Presents a multigenerational saga detailing the history of Paris, from its founding under the Romans to the hotbed of cultural activity during the 1920s and 1930s.
Prophet of Bones – by Ted Kosmatka
A dazzling young scientist runs for his life and searches for answers after being chased away by paramilitaries from an archeological dig where bones belonging to a puzzling, new species were discovered.
No Way Back – by Andrew Gross
When a chance encounter with a stranger in a hotel results in murder, Wendy Gould, framed for the crime and desperate to clear her name, forms an unlikely alliance with the only witness – a woman who knows a shocking secret that could get them both killed.
Palisades Park – by Alan Brennert
Sharing a family life in the 1930s near the legendary Palisades Amusement Park, a family of dreamers explores ambitions and cultural boundaries that are challenged by the realities of the Great Depression, multiple wars and the park’s eventual closing in 1971. By the award-winning author of Moloka’i.
Dead Run: The Murder of a Lawman and the Greatest Manhunt of the Modern American West – by Dan Schultz
Chronicles the murder of a Colorado police officer and the pursuit of the perpetrators who escaped into the wilderness and evaded Native American trackers, special forces teams, and police agencies.