Prodigal Son by Danielle Steel
Prodigal Son is the first of four books Steel plans to release this year. Two fraternal twins become bitter enemies, one good and one bad. Reunited in their hometown 20 years after last seeing each other, shattering secrets are revealed and a life-or-death struggle for survival comes about.
Mightier than the Sword by Jeffrey Archer
The next installment in Archer’s Clifton Chronicles series takes him into the late 1960s. The Clifton family members all take on their own challenges, and you’ll have to read to find out what occurs in this book full of twists and turns.
The Girls of Mischief Bay by Susan Mallery
This new series by the author of Three Sisters brings to life the story of 3 women, each seeking new changes in their otherwise routine lives. Through romance, heartbreak and plenty of laughter, these three women will discover the power of friendship in overcoming obstacles.
Hush Hush by Laura Lippman
Laura Lippman’s popular PI Tess Monaghan returns with new responsibilities and a new case involving murder and a mother. With a new partner, Tess tackles a case about the security needs of a rich woman who returns to Baltimore to reunite with her estranged daughters. Tess must ignore the discomfort she feels around the woman, realizing only that she has her own stalker.
Girl in a Band by Kim Gordon
Kim Gordon, founding member of Sonic Youth, opens up about her life as an artist, a wife, a mother and being on of the first women of Rock ‘n’ Roll. At its heart, the book is about identity and what happens when your identity dissolves. Fans of celebrity memoirs will want to pick up this latest in that always growing and entertaining category.
Future Crimes: Everything is Connected, Everyone is Vulnerable and What We Can Do About It by Marc Goodman
Goodman, a leading expert on global security, takes readers inside the digital underground and exposes how new technologies can (and most likely) will be used against people. It presents the dark side of technological innovation that everyone should be aware of in order to protect themselves.
Irritable Hearts by Mac McClelland
Mac McClelland, an award winning journalist, explores her struggle with PTSD in this powerful memoir. After leaving Haiti following her coverage of the devastating earthquake in 2010, she became convinced she was suffering from PTSD. She fought to “repair” herself, and details her struggle and what she learned about the disorder along the way.
The Siege Winter by Ariana Franklin and Samantha Norman
Mother and daughter teamed up to write this novel just before Ariana died in 2011. The book, being published finally after four years, is an adventure novel told by two women whose fates become intertwined in 12th century England during a Civil War.
A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab
Kell is one of the Last Travelers, rare magicians that have the ability to travel between parallel universes. Kell is tasked to carry correspondences between worlds, but treachery lurks at every turn. Fantasy fans should pick up a copy of this new one.
A Murder of Magpies by Judith Flanders
Book editor Samantha becomes an amateur sleuth when an author she’s working with goes missing. This colorful cast of characters will entertain readers and keep them guessing as they tear through the pages.
Finding Jake by Bryan Reardon
Simon stays at home with his kids, Jake and Laney, and finds out a shooting has occurred at the high school they now attend. Racing to the school, Simon finds out that Jake is the only kid missing. This story will emotionally drain you and leave readers questioning their own lives.