New Fiction for June

Skin game – Stuart Woods  – Launching a search for a treasonous criminal in Paris, former CIA operative Teddy Fay follows a trail of clues that reveal complicated secrets, power grabs and an unprecedented global threat. Co-written by the Edgar Award-winning author of Chiefs.

City of girls – Elizabeth Gilbert  – The best-selling author of Eat, Pray, Love traces the experiences of a theater insider in 1940s New York who discovers that she does not have to be a “good girl” in order to be a good person.

The friends we keep – 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.

Whiskers in the dark – Rita Mae Brown  – A massive nor’easter on the eve of an annual National Beagle Club benefit finds Harry Harristeen and her crime-solving kitties linking the murder of a foreign services officer to an unsolved killing from the 18th century.

Mrs. Everything – Jennifer Weiner  – Two sisters struggle to find their place, be true to themselves and adapt to rapid changes happening throughout the latter half of 20th-century America. By the best-selling author of In Her Shoes.

The oracle – Clive Cussler  – Searching for a cache of cursed scrolls from sixth-century northern Africa, treasure hunters Sam and Remi Fargo confront rival crime bands that have taken students hostage to steal supply shipments from a charity-funded Nigerian school.

The summer of sunshine and Margot – Susan Mallery  – Descended from a long line of women with disastrous luck in love, twin sisters Margot and Sunshine transform their controversial relationships with a client’s son and an employer into unexpected sources of happiness.

Tom Clancy enemy contact – Mike Maden  – A dangerous mission in Poland catapults Jack Ryan, Jr. into a race to stop an international criminal conspiracy at the same time a friend’s dying request reveals the identity of a CIA mole. By the author of the Drone series.

Summer of ’69 – Elin Hilderbrand  – A pregnant eldest sibling, a middle-sister civil rights activist, an infantry soldier brother deployed to Vietnam and a lonely 13-year-old youngest child find their lives upended by troubling family secrets.

The porpoise – Mark Haddon  – The award-winning author of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time presents a fantastical novel about the theft of female agency by rapacious men and the ways in which archetypal stories can warp history and the present.

The lemon sisters – Jill Shalvis  – Free-spirited Brooke and her high-achieving sister, Mindy, reconnect in the face of devastating personal setbacks before deciding to trade places to confront long-kept secrets. By the best-selling author of Rainy Day Friends.

The last house guest – Megan Miranda  – When her longtime best friend is found murdered, a woman combs through her idyllic Maine tourist community to uncover local secrets and clear her name of suspicion. By the best-selling author of All the Missing Girls.

Lost and found – Danielle Steel  – Spurred by old memories and a life-changing accident, Madison embarks on a cross-country adventure to reconnect with three very different men to reevaluate her past choices. By the best-selling author of The Dark Side.

Paranoid – Lisa Jackson  – Struggling with traumatic memories of the shooting accident that ended her half-brother’s life 20 years earlier, guilt-ridden Rachael Gaston prepares for her high-school reunion in Edgewater, Oregon, and begins to doubt her sanity when things in her home start moving by themselves.

Big sky – Kate Atkinson  – Investigating a new client’s suspicions about an unfaithful spouse, iconoclastic detective Jackson Brodie is catapulted by a chance encounter into a sinister network of secrets and lies. By the award-winning author of Case Histories.

Backlash – Brad Thor  – Far from home and surrounded by enemies in the wake of an unforgivable betrayal, Scot Harvath tests the limits of his training in an effort to escape and exact revenge. By the award-winning author of Spymaster.