Bad Faith, Robert K. Tanenbaum: The 24th thriller featuring New York County DA Roger "Butch" Karp.
Conspiracy of Friends, Alexander McCall Smith: ..."ample humor and grace" Publisher's Weekly
Heading Out to Wonderful, Robert Goolrick: "Like any good ballad, the narrative builds slowly to its violent climax, packs an emotional punch, and then haunts readers with its quintessentially American refrain." Publisher's Weekly
Invisible Monsters Remix, Chuck Palahniuk: "Published as a paperback original in 1999, Palahniuk's tale of a fashion model who loses everything when she is badly disfigured in a drive-by shooting gets a makeover here, featuring new chapters, new scenes, and special design elements. It's being billed as a "director's cut," which Palahniuk fans will definitely want." Library Journal
Kiss the Dead, Laurell K. Hamilton: Anita Blake, U.S. marshal and vampire hunter, in her 21st adventure.
Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Imperative, Eric Lustbader: "Newbies who want to understand the various plot lines would be advised to begin at least two or three books back. Established fans will find all the usual cliffhangers, hairbreadth escapes, and multiple betrayals they expect from this series." Publisher's Weekly
The Third Gate, Lincoln Child: "Back in 3200 B.C.E, King Narmer united Upper and Lower Egypt. Now, deep in the Sudd, a nasty swamp in northern Sudan, explorer Peter Stone is directing an archaeological dig aimed at uncovering Narmer's tomb. When folks on the dig get worried about an ancient curse, Stone brings in Professor Jeremy Logan (you'll remember him from brief appearances in Deep Storm and Terminal Freeze). Looks as if we may be seeing more of Logan; meanwhile, this is obviously one of the big thrillers of the season." Library Journal
Wicked Business, Janet Evanovich: A blockbuster just in time for summer beach reading!
XO, Jeffrey Deaver: "Thriller Award winner Deaver's excellent third novel featuring Kathryn Dance...Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs, the leads of Deaver's other series, make cameo appearances in a novel sure to please fans of both series." Publisher's Weekly
ON THE HORIZON
July: Backfire, Catherine Coulter ... Black List, Brad Thor ... Devil's Wake, Steven Barnes/Tananarive Due ... The Fallen Angel, Daniel Silva ... Friends Forever, Danielle Steel ... I, Michael Bennett, James Patterson ... The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln, Stephen L. Carter ... Odd Apocalypse, Dean Koontz ... Some Like It Hawk, Donna Andrews ... When in Doubt Add Butter, Beth Harbison ... Where We Belong, Emily Giffin ... Winter Journal, Paul Auster
September: Casual Vacancy, J.K. Rowling