Genesis – Robin Cook – Investigating the suspicious death of a social worker, Chief New York City Medical Examiner Laurie Montgomery makes the controversial decision to use genealogic DNA databases to identify a mysterious killer. By the best-selling author of Coma.
Just watch me – Jeff Lindsay – Targeting a crown jewel collection that is protected by airtight security, a Robin Hood-type master thief finds his efforts complicated by an equally skilled nemesis cop and an expert forger with dubious loyalties. By the author of the Dexter series.
How the dead speak – Val McDermid – When skeletal remains are found on the site of an orphanage renovation, imprisoned psychological profiler Tony Hill painfully reunites with ex-DCI Carol Jordan to investigate the discovery of a victim who is believed to be behind bars.
Thin ice – Paige Shelton – The best-selling author of the Scottish Bookshop Mysteries presents a first entry in a new series that finds a best-selling writer escaping from an obsessed fan by hiding in Alaska, where she is embroiled in a local murder case.
When old midnight comes along – Loren D. Estleman – Hired to prove the death of an influential politician’s missing wife, Amos Walker is embroiled in a case involving questions about the woman’s disappearance, the death of an investigating officer and his client’s upcoming nuptials.
The wicked redhead – Beatriz Williams – Distancing herself from an unethical employer and unfaithful husband, a woman investigates the story of a previous resident in her Greenwich Village apartment, a Prohibition-era flapper who went missing amid an agonizing moral quandary.
The book of science and antiquities – Thomas Keneally – Obsessively researching prehistoric remains believed to represent a link between Africa and ancient Australia, an award-winning documentary filmmaker uncovers the complex world of a peaceful, 40,000-year-old tribal human. By the award-winning author of Schindler’s List.
Africaville – Jeffrey Colvin – Three generations of a family of former slaves, the founders of a small Nova Scotia community, navigate prejudice, harsh weather and estrangements against a backdrop of the historical events of the 20th century.
How not to diet – Michael Greger – The best-selling author of How Not to Die draws on the latest research into the scientific causes of obesity and weight loss to outline, plant-based strategies involving calorie density, the insulin index and intestinal microbiota.
The network – L. C. Shaw – Investigating the suspicious death of a senator who had predicted his murder days before, investigative journalist Jack Logan and the victim’s wife, Taylor, uncover a dangerous plot by a powerful political influencer.
The power of favor – Joel Osteen – Learn how declaring God’s love will bless you with favor and fulfillment in this uplifting book that aims to help people find success and spiritual inspiration.
The kill club – Wendy Heard – To save her young brother from their fanatical foster mother, Jazz makes a dangerous pact with a network of vigilantes who hunt down predators and leave a trail of bodies through Los Angeles.
Fatal accusation – Marie Force – This latest novel in the thrilling Fatal series delivers the perfect blend of betrayal, intrigue and romance.
Beyond simply keto – Suzanne Ryan – The author and popular YouTube host and blogger who lost over 100 pounds following the high-fat keto diet, offers helpful information, recipes, grocery shopping tips along with encouragement and inspiration to others on a similar journey.
Love lettering – Kate Clayborn – When a word of warning she had hidden in a wedding program one year earlier leads Reid Sutherland back into her life, skilled hand letterer Meg Mackworth finds both her heart and business in danger unless she can read the messages he is sending her before it’s too late.
Eat this not that: the best and worst foods in America – David Zinczenco – Indulge smarter with the no-diet weight loss solution. The bestselling phenomenon that shows you how to eat healthier with simple food swaps—whether you’re dining in or out—is now expanded and completely updated.