Chose the Wrong Guy, Gave Him the Wrong Finger, Beth Harbison: "Lots of angst, but Harbison's heroines always work it out." Library Journal
The English Girl, Daniel Silva: Daniel Silva delivers another thriller starring Gabriel Allon, art-restorer and master spy.
Hidden Order, Brad Thor: When a string of high-profile kidnappings in Washington, D.C. escalates upon the discovery that the victims are being murdered, an eventual ransom demand triggers terror throughout the country. By the best-selling author of Blowback. 650,000 first printing.
Hunting Eve, Iris Johansen: A second installment in a new Eve Duncan story arc trilogy finds the stakes raised higher as the forensic sculptor battles her captor and discovers brutally dangerous truths about why she has been targeted.
The Light in the Ruins, Christopher Bohjalian: "Trust New York Times best-selling author Bohjalian, who's adept at both intimate portrait and broad canvas, to make something gorgeous of love and war and revenge." Library Journal
Light of the World, James Lee Burke: Detective Dave Robicheaux and his longtime friend and partner Clete Purcel are vacationing in Montana's spectacular Big Sky country when a series of suspicious events leads them to believe their lives and the lives of their families are in danger.
Please Don't Tell, Elizabeth Adler: The internationally acclaimed author of twenty-eight novels fills her new novel with terrific female characters and breathtaking twists, expect to keep guessing right to the end.
Stranded, Alex Kava: "FBI special agent Maggie O'Dell is back, traveling those lonesome highways. The reason? There's a killer abroad, targeting the hungry and bone-weary who stop at rest areas along the blacktop." Library Journal
A Treacherous Paradise, Henning Mankell: "Not another Kurt Wallender tale but graced with the same sense of cool urgency and an abiding social concern, this work opens in 1905 as desperately poor Hanna Renström abandons Sweden for Australia. After being widowed twice, she ends up as the owner of a bordello in Mozambique, isolated from other white colonialists by her profession and from the bordello's women by her skin color. Hanna is tough, though, and finds a way to survive this 'treacherous paradise.'" Library Journal
Unseen, Karin Slaughter: "Karin Slaughter is one of the best crime novelists in America." Washington Post
The White Princess, Phillipa Gregory: Gregory's fifth entry in the Cousins' War series.
Witch Wraith, Terry Brooks: From New York Times bestselling author comes the final novel in a brand-new trilogy The Dark Legacy of Shannar.
ON THE HORIZON
August: The Beast, Faye Kellerman ... Heirs and Graces, Rhys Bowen ... The Girls of August, Anne Rivers Siddons ... The Hero, Robyn Carr ... How the Light Gets In, Louise Penny ... Kind of Cruel, Sophie Hannah ... The Little Black Book of Murder, Nancy Martin ... Mistress, James Patterson ... Tragic, Robert K. Tanenbaum ... The Whole Enchilada, Diane Mott Davidson
September: Cut to the Bone, Jefferson Bass ... Deadline, Sandra Brown ... Deadly Heat, Richard Castle ... Doctor Sleep, Stephen King ... The Final Cut, Catherine Coulter ... Levels of Life, Julian Barnes ... The Mayan Secrets, Clive Cussler ... Never Go Back, Lee Child ... Nine Inches, Tom Perrotta ... Robert B. Parker's Damned if You Do, Michael Brandman ... Sister, Mother, Husband, Dog, Etc., Delia Ephron ... Styxx, Sherrilyn Kenyon ... W is for Wasted, Sue Grafton
October: Accused, Lisa Scottoline ... Christmas Bliss, Mary Kay Andrews ... Critical Mass, Sara Paretsky ... Doomed, Chuck Palahniuk ... Duck the Halls, Donna Andrews ... Fallen Women, Sandra Dallas ... Nantucket Christmas, Nancy Thayer ... Outlaw, Ted, Dekker ... Silencing Eve, Iris Johansen ... The Spymistress, Jennifer Chiaverini ... The Sisters Weiss, Naomi Ragen ... The Signature of All Things, Elizabeth Gilbert