One Way or Another by Elizabeth Adler
Ellen’s dream vacation turns into a nightmare when a party on a yacht ends with attempted murder. Ellen sets out for revenge from everyone at the party. This is the ultimate beach reading suspense novel, just in time for the dog days of summer.
Nemesis by Catherine Coulter
Nemesis is the next thriller featuring Dillion Savich and Lacey Sherlock from Coulter’s FBI series. The agents must investigate terrorist attacks if they want to prevent more lives from being lost.
Bradstreet Gate by Robin Kirman
When a student at Harvard is murdered just before graduation, three students find themselves caught up in the aftermath. The three friends are forced to take a look at their friendship, one that is defined by the secrets they have kept from one another. Over the course of a decade, the three grapple with the challenges of life as they search for answers and forgiveness.
Dexter is Dead by Jeff Lindsay
Author Jeff Lindsay bids farewell to Dexter, a beloved serial killer featured in seven books and eight seasons of a hit television show, in this final book titled Dexter is Dead. Dexter is facing a murder charge for a crime he did not commit and his only chance at freedom lies with his brother. With deadly stakes and an epic showdown looming, Dexter may finally be in for his demise.
Little Pretty Things by Lori Rader-Day
Juliet Townsend cleans rooms at a motel, a dead-end job she desperately wants to leave. One night, her best friend from high school checks into a motel and the next day Juliet is accused of her murder. Juliet sets out to investigate in order to protect herself, but what she learns might cost Juliet everything.
Ideal by Ayn Rand
Ideal is a never before published book by popular author Ayn Rand. It tells the story of actress Kay Gonda who is on the run from accusations of murder. Turning to her fans for help, their responses help her get the answers she needs. Written in 1934 and originally published as a play, readers can now read it in novel form for the first time.
Those Girls by Chevy Stevens
Those Girls follows the lives of the Campbell sisters. After running away from their alcoholic father, they find themselves caught in a worse situation when they are kidnapped. As events spiral out of control, they manage to escape and create new lives. This is a tale that will captivate readers and show just how strong the bonds between family members can be.
Orphan Number Eight by Kim van Alkemade
Orphan Number Eight tells the fascinating story of a woman who encounters the doctor that subjected her to dangerous medical experiments in a Jewish orphanage while growing up. Now a nurse, she must choose between revenge and mercy when he becomes her patient. Based on a true story, Orphan Number Eight is a stunning historical fiction debut about the choices we make that can shape our destines.
A Full Life: Reflections at Ninety by Jimmy Carter
Jimmy Carter looks back on his life in this new memoir. He talks opening about his public and private life, including his thoughts on the presidents who have followed him and causes he cares about deeply. This is an extraordinary read for everyone from a public figure that has lived, in his words, a full life.
Among the Ten Thousand Things by Julia Pierpont
Jack and Deb are a golden couple, but when a mysterious package arrives in the mail, Deb is forced to confront the fact that Jack is having an affair. Opened by her daughter, the package threatens to tear apart the family. Pierpont explores the bonds between parents and children in her first novel.
Crooked Heart by Lissa Evans
Noel Bostock, a 10 year-old, lands with Vera Sedge, a 36 year-old widow, when he leaves London to escape the Nazis. Noel is a godsend for Vee, who on her own is a disaster but with Noel makes a perfect team. Cooking up a plan to make money, they begin to see a profit but they aren’t as safe as they think they are.
Maybe in Another Life by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Struggling to decide what she wants to do in life, Hannah moves back to her hometown and moves in with her best friend. When she runs into her high school boyfriend, she faces a decision of who to leave with. Told in concurrent story lines, Hannah lives out the impacts of each decision and the story raises questions about fate and true love.