Blood on the Water, Anne Perry: As her New York Times best-selling novels always remind us, Anne Perry is a matchless guide to both the splendor and the shame of the British Empire at the height of its influence.
Burn, James Patterson: Detective Michael Bennett finally returns to New York City--and to the most unsettling, horrific case of his career.
A Dancer in the Dust, Thomas Cook: A former aid worker who was stationed in a newly independent African country is distraught when a friend from that period of his life turns up murdered in New York and he must come to terms with the loss.
The Drop, Dennis Lehane: Dennis Lehane returns to the streets of Mystic River with this love story wrapped in a crime story wrapped in a journey of faith.
Edge of Eternity, Ken Follett: A conclusion to the epic trilogy by the best-selling author of Winter of the World continues the experiences of five intertwined international families as they confront the social, political and economic turmoil of the second half of the 20th century.
The Golem of Hollywood, Jonathan Kellerman: A burned-out L.A. detective . . . a woman of mystery who is far more than she seems . . . a grotesque, ancient monster bent on a mission of retribution. When these three collide, a new standard of suspense is born.
Killing Patton, Bill O'Reilly: Presents a gripping account of General George Patton's leadership during the final months of World War II in Europe, and the events surrounding his mysterious death.
The King's Curse, Philippa Gregory: From the #1 New York Times best-selling author behind the Starz original series The White Queen comes the story of lady-in-waiting Margaret Pole and her unique view of King Henry VIII's stratospheric rise to power in Tudor England.
A Life Intercepted, Charles Martin: After being falsely accused of a horrible crime and serving time, a former top NFL draft pick tries to get his wife back and keep football in his life.
The Lost Key, Catherine Coulter: The newest entry in the sizzling international thriller series featuring Nicholas Drummond, from #1 New York Times best-selling author Catherine Coulter.
Murder 101, Faye Kellerman: While working for the Greenbury Police Department in upstate New York, Peter Decker must draw from his years of experience as a homicide cop when a break-in at the local cemetery leads him into a world of art forgery and murder.
The Paying Guests, Sarah Waters: From the best-selling author of The Little Stranger and Fingersmith, an enthralling novel about a widow and her daughter who take a young couple into their home in 1920s London.
Perfidia, James Ellroy: Follows a post-Pearl Harbor murder of a Japanese family that entangles a brilliant Japanese-American forensic chemist, an adventurous woman, a future police chief and an arch villain.
The Perfect Witness, Iris Johansen: A stand-alone thriller by the best-selling author of the Eve Duncan series follows the experiences of a woman with an eidetic memory who has spent her life in the Witness Protection Program and who is forced to run for her life when her cover is exposed.
Rooms, Lauren Oliver: The New York Times best-selling author of Before I Fall makes her brilliant adult debut with this mesmerizing story in the tradition of The Lovely Bones, a tale of family, ghosts, secrets, and mystery, in which the lives of the living and the dead intersect in shocking, surprising, and moving ways.
The Secret Place, Tana French: Investigating a photograph of a boy whose murder was never solved, aspiring Murder Squad member Stephen Moran partners with detective Antoinette Conway to search for answers in the cliques and rivalries at a Dublin boarding school.
Stone Mattress, Margaret Atwood: The award-winning author of The Handmaid's Tale presents a collection of short stories that features such protagonists as a widowed writer who is guided by her late husband's voice and a woman whose genetic abnormality causes her to be mistaken for a vampire.
Vampires of Manhattan, Melissa de la Cruz: Ten years after the great War With Lucifer, Oliver Hazard-Perry, the Leader of the Fallen, invites all of Blue Blood society to his 400 Year Ball, during which literally all hell breaks loose.
The Zone of Interest, Martin Amis: A portrait of life and unexpected love in a concentration camp explores the depths and contradictions of the human soul as well as the capacity of individuals who are tested to acknowledge their true selves.
ON THE HORIZON
October: Beautiful You, Chuck Palahniuk ... The Book of Strange New Things, Michel Faber ... Deadline, John Sandford ... Havana Storm, Clive Cussler ... Leaving Time, Jodi Picoult ... Nora Webster, Colm Tóibín ... Paris Match, Stuart Woods ... The Paris Mysteries, James Patterson ... Pegasus, Danielle Steel ... Prince Lestat, Anne Rice ... The Republic of Imagination, Azar Nafisi ... Shopaholic to the Stars, Sophie Kinsella ... Sidney Sheldon's Chasing Tomorrow, Sidney Sheldon ... Some Luck, Jane Smiley ... Winter Street, Elin Hilderbrand ... The World of Ice & Fire, George R.R. Martin
November: Betrayed, Lisa Scottoline ... Blue Labyrinth, Douglas Preston ... The Burning Room, Michael Connelly ... The Cinderella Murder, Mary Higgins Clark ... The Escape, David Baldacci ... Flesh and Blood, Patricia Cornwell ... The Girl Next Door, Ruth Rendell ... Hope to Die, James Patterson ... The Job, Janet Evanovich ... Revival, Stephen King ... Watch Me, Anjelica Huston ... Woman With A Gun, Phillip Margolin
December: The Big Finish, James W. Hall ... The Boston Girl, Anita Diamant ... Die Again, Tess Gerritsen ... Rain on the Dead, Jack Higgins ... Robert B. Parker's The Bridge, Robert Knott ... Saint Odd, Dean R. Koontz ... Skylight, Jose Saramago