One Good Deed

New Fiction for July

Surfside sisters – Nancy Thayer  – Returning to her Nantucket childhood home in the wake of personal and professional setbacks, a novelist is forced to settle old scores with her former best friend and unfaithful ex. By the best-selling author of A Nantucket Wedding.

Someone to honor – Mary Balogh  – Abigail Westcott must contend with the infuriating charms of Gilbert Bennington, the lieutenant colonel and superior officer who has escorted her wounded brother, Harry, home from the wars with Napoleon. By the New York Times best-selling author of Someone to Care.

Lock every door – Riley Sager  – Taking an apartment-sitting job in a Manhattan apartment building housing the rich and famous, a young woman is drawn to a fellow apartment sitter who reveals that the build hides a dark history. By the best-selling author of Final Girls.

Under currents – Nora Roberts  – Discovering unexpected allies when his successful father’s rages spiral out of control, Zane draws strength and insights from the darkness of the past to create a healthier family in adulthood. By the best-selling author of the In Death series.

Knife – Jo Nesbo  – Learning that a serial rapist and killer he helped put away has been released from prison, Harry Hole wakes up from a drunken blackout with mysterious blood on his hands. By the best-selling author of The Thirst.

The golden hour – Beatriz Williams  – Traveling to World War II Nassau to interview the infamous Duke and Duchess of Windsor, an investigator for a New York society magazine uncovers a treasonous plot that is complicated by her romance with an unscrupulous scientist.

The new girl – Daniel Silva  – The kidnapping of a mysterious girl from her Swiss boarding school ignites a secret war between Israeli intelligence chief Gabriel Allon and an old enemy who would transform the future of the Middle East.

Window on the bay – Debbie Macomber  – When single mom Jenna Boltz becomes an “empty nester,” she spreads her wings to rediscover herself — and her passions.

The nickel boys – Colson Whitehead  – A follow-up to the Pulitzer Prize- and National Book Award-winning, The Underground Railroad, follows the harrowing experiences of two African-American teens at an abusive reform school in Jim Crow-era Florida.

One good deed – David Baldacci  – The best-selling author of The Fallen and The Fix presents a latest thriller introducing straight-talking World War II veteran and recent prison inmate, Aloysius Archer.

Lady in the lake – Laura Lippman  – A divorced reporter in racially torn 1966 Baltimore triggers unanticipated consequences for vulnerable community members while investigating the murder of an African-American party girl. By the Edgar Award-winning author of Sunburn.

The seekers – Heather Graham  – Discovering her ability to see ghosts while investigating the site of a historic axe murder, reality show writer, Kerri, teams up with FBI Krew of Hunters member, Joe, when a body is discovered on the property.

Labyrinth – Catherine Coulter  – While Sherlock searches for the missing CIA analyst involved in her recent car crash, Griffin is targeted by a sheriff whose son has been implicated the murders of three girls. By the co-author of the Brit in the FBI series.

Smokescreen – Iris Johansen  – Racing to Africa when a village is attacked by guerilla forces, Eve Duncan begins to suspect a deeper plot before finding herself stranded in the jungle of an unstable country. By the best-selling author of Shattered Mirror.

Chances are – Richard Russo  – One beautiful September day, three 66-year-old men convene on Martha’s Vineyard, friends ever since meeting in college, and must puzzle out a lingering mystery from the summer of 1971. By a Pulitzer Prize-winning author.