Cape May : a novel by Chip Cheek Southern newlyweds honeymooning in Cape May are pulled into the dramas of a trio of sophisticated New England urbanites who render the deserted beach community an intimate playground of corruptive recklessness. Resistance women : a novel by Jennifer Chiaverini Resisting the power grabs of an increasingly formidable Nazi Party in s Berlin, the courageous American wife of a German intellectual and her circle of women friends engage in a clandestine battle to sabotage Hitler's regime.
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Clark Cassandra Raines, a former Chicago cop turned private investigator, looks into a suspicious death as a favor to a friend—and makes some powerful enemies. Keep you close : a novel by Karen Cleveland The mother of a much-loved son on the brink of college discovers a hidden gun in the teen's room before an FBI domestic terrorism squad arrives, challenging her to confront disturbing secrets and the limits of her own protectiveness.
Girl Most Likely. The confessions of Frannie Langton : a novel by Sara Collins A servant and former slave enduring a sensational trial for her employers' murders reflects on her Jamaican childhood and her apprenticeship under a debauched scientist whose questionable ethics set the stage for a forbidden affair.
The last time I saw you : a novel by Liv Constantine Supported by her childhood best friend in the aftermath of her mother's murder, a prominent heart surgeon receives threatening taunts from the killer and risks her mental stability in her desperation to solve the case. The daughter's tale : a novel by Armando Lucas Correa A tale of love and redemption based on the Oradour-Sur-Glane massacre follows an octogenarian's receipt of a cache of letters, written by her mother during World War II, that uncover decades of secrets.
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The never game by Jeffery Deaver Searching for a missing woman in Silicon Valley, an expert tracker is pitted against dark elements in the billion-dollar gaming industry and a serial killer who stages scenes from his favorite game. By the award-winning author of The Bone Collector. You, me, and the sea : a novel by Meg Donohue The author of How to Eat a Cupcake presents a story inspired by Wuthering Heights that finds a woman on a fog-cloaked California cliffside farm struggling to choose between independence and her passionate childhood sweetheart.
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Murder in red by Jessica Fletcher Investigating a private hospital for evidence of medical malpractice when a friend loses her life during a simple procedure, Jessica Fletcher makes unsettling discoveries that suggest her friend was a victim of something far more sinister. TV tie-in. Queen bee by Dorothea Benton Frank A Sullivan's Island beekeeper navigates her demanding hypochondriac mother and flamboyant rival sister while immersing herself in the lives of two young neighbor boys and their widowed father.
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The friends we keep by Jane Green Reconnecting 13 years after college, a supermodel whose career was derailed by an affair, the heartbroken wife of an alcoholic and an actor hiding a painful past find their bond tested by a dark secret. The stone circle by Elly Griffiths The past returns in ominous ways when both Ruth Galloway and DCI Nelson begin receiving threatening letters from the man responsible for their partnership, Ruth's believed-dead former mentor.
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The overdue life of Amy Byler by Kelly Harms After her ex-husband offers to take care of their children for the summer, single mom Amy Byler takes a break from rural Pennsylvania and heads to New York City where she lets her hair down and starts dating again. Dark storm by Karen Harper When her sister goes missing from a butterfly conservatory, forensic psychologist Claire Markwood and her criminal lawyer husband, Nick, uncover shattering family secrets, in a conclusion to the series that began with Chasing Shadows.
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Newly-appointed District Sheriff Tristan Haraldsen and his wife Elsebeth are looking forward to a peaceful semi-retirement in the remote fishing village of Djevulsfjord on the stunningly beautiful island of Vagar. But when two boys go missing during the first whale hunt of the season, the repercussions strike at the heart of the isolated coastal community.
As he pursues his investigations, Tristan discovers that the Mikkelsen brothers aren't the first young men to have vanished on Vagar. Determined to solve the mystery of Djevulsfjord, yet encountering suspicion wherever he turns, Haraldsen comes to realize he and his wife are not living in the rural paradise they had imagined, and that the wild beauty of the region hides a far darker reality.
The bride test by Helen Hoang When his difficulties with processing emotions complicate the search for his bride, a Vietnamese-American on the autism spectrum is pursued by a hopelessly smitten girl from the Hot Chi Min City slums.
By the author of The Kiss Quotient. The sentence is death by Anthony Horowitz Detective Daniel Hawthorne and his literary sidekick risk their lives to expose dangerous secrets while investigating the murder of a celebrity divorce lawyer and teetotaler who was bludgeoned to death with an expensive bottle of wine.
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Ask again, yes : a novel by Mary Beth Keane When a violent event forcibly ends their romance, the son and daughter of two NYPD rookies reconnect years later and struggle to prevent the past from triggering another separation. By the author of Fever. Bone on bone by Julia Keller An investigation involving the suspicious deaths of a drug addict's parents is complicated by former deputy Jake Oakes' struggles to adjust to his physical challenges and Bell's grief over the loss of her sister.
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With a television documentary revisiting Sean sentence pushing the public's sympathies into conflict on a weekly basis, arabid media pressuring the police like never before, and a rising body count, Frankie will need all of her resources if she is not only to catch a killer, but put to rest what really happened all those years ago. A dark, irresistible cocktail of secrets,murder, and family, Olivia Kiernan's latest is an impossible-to-put-down triumph".
Malibu Bluff : a seasonaires novel by Janna King Kalichman Mia, an influential brand ambassador for Lyndon Wyld clothing, deals with her mother's death by spending the summer with six new "seasonaires" in Malibu who have been hired to document their "planned casual" SoCal lifestyle for fans and followers. The night window : a Jane Hawk novel by Dean R. Koontz When people under Arcadian control begin showing signs of violent instability, Jane Hawk and her growing band of supporters prepare for an ultimate battle to determine America's future.
By the best-selling author of The Forbidden Door. If she wakes by Michael Koryta An insurance investigator finds herself on the run from a mysterious young hit man while examining the case of a young college student who has been rendered a locked-in syndrome patient by a suspicious accident. Trouble on the books by Essie Lang After taking over her aunt's bookstore in the Thousand Islands region of Upstate New York, a former editor investigates the murder of a volunteer coordinator at the castle on Blye Island in the first novel of a new mystery series.
Swimming for sunlight by Allie Larkin Moving in with her grandmother after a messy divorce, Katie Ellis discovers her grandmother was a mermaid performer at a roadside attraction show in her youth, and organizes a reunion of the formerly close-knit cast. Deception cove by Owen Laukkanen A recently widowed marine suffering PTSD from her time in Afghanistan has her service dog kidnapped by a corrupt deputy sheriff who wants to blackmail her into delivering goods allegedly stolen by her husband before his death.
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The unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren Partnered with a nemesis best man on a paradise honeymoon when her bride twin gets food poisoning, a chronically unlucky maid of honor assumes the role of a newlywed before unexpectedly falling for her companion. The scent of murder by Kylie Logan In a series debut by the best-selling author of the Ethnic Eats mysteries, passionate volunteer Jazz Ramsey works with a cadaver dog trainee, and her detective ex, at an abandoned building before stumbling across the body of a Goth teen. Workers from all over are coming south for jobs in Uncle Sam's munitions plants--and they're bringing their pasts with them, right into Dolly Chandler's grand but fading family home turned boardinghouse.
The Key to Happily Ever After by Tif Marcelo A charming romantic comedy about three sisters who are struggling to keep the family wedding planning business afloat--all the while trying to write their own happily-ever-afters in the process. All's fair in love and business.
The de la Rosa family and their wedding planning business have been creating happily ever afters in the Washington, DC area for years, making even the most difficult bride's day a fairytale. But when their parents announce their retirement, the sisters--Marisol, Janelyn, and Pearl--are determined to take over the business themselves. But the sisters quickly discover that the wedding business isn't all rings and roses. There are brides whose moods can change at the drop of a hat; grooms who want to control every part of the process; and couples who argue until their big day.
As emotions run high, the de la Rosa sisters quickly realize one thing: even when disaster strikes--whether it's a wardrobe malfunction or a snowmageddon in the middle of a spring wedding--they'll always have each other. Perfect for fans of the witty and engaging novels of Amy E. Reichert and Susan Mallery, The Key to Happily Ever After is a fresh romantic comedy that celebrates the crucial and profound power of sisterhood. The Satapur moonstone by Sujata Massey India's only female lawyer in helps the royal ladies of Satapur by getting involved in the power plays and ancient vendettas of the palace in the second novel of the series following The Widows of Malabar Hill.
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