New July Titles

Spymaster – Brad Thor – When a secret organization begins attacking diplomats throughout Europe at the same time a foreign ally demands the identity of a highly placed covert asset, counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath works without his mentor to prevent an all-out war.

The Last Time I Lied – Riley Sager – An artist who witnessed the disappearance of her bunkmates at summer camp as a young girl accepts an opportunity to return to Camp Nightingale as a painting instructor and tries to discover what really happened to her friends.

City of Devils – Paul French – The best-selling author of Midnight in Peking traces the rags-to-riches story of self-made casino gangsters Jack Riley and Joe Farren, drawing on eyewitness accounts, letters and articles to trace their activities in the 1930s Shanghai underworld.

What to Read and Why – The New York Times best-selling author of Reading Like a Writer celebrates the pleasures of reading and pays homage to the works and writers she admires above all others, from Jane Austen to Charles Dickens to Jennifer Egan.

Half Moon Bay – Alice Laplante – Moving to a tiny seaside community after her teen daughter’s senseless death, Jane is moved by the shattering disappearances of local children, only to find herself targeted with suspicion. By the award-winning author of Turn of Mind.

A Gathering of Secrets – Linda Castillo – A deadly fire resulting in the death of an Amish teen exposes the dark side of the community to which Chief of Police Kate Burkholder once belonged. By the New York Times best-selling author of Sworn to Silence.

When We Found Home – Susan Mallery – Three very different people navigate the complicated discovery that they share the same late father and a wealthy grandfather who would surround himself with his blended family. By the best-selling author of Secrets of the Tulip Sisters. 250,000 first printing.

The Good Fight – Danielle Steel – The best-selling author of The Mistress traces a young debutante’s decision to become a lawyer and fight civil rights injustices at the sides of the unsung heroes who become her inspiration during the tumultuous transitions of the 1960s.

The Sinners – Ace Atkins – When the recently released patriarch of a drug-dealing clan begins targeting the family of the man responsible for his long imprisonment, Quinn Colson finds himself relying on new deputies to survive old-West acts of violence.

Double Blind – Iris Johansen & Roy Johansen – Hired gun Kendra Michaels joins forces with private investigator Jessie Mercado and agent-for-hire Adam Lynch to investigate the murder of a man with connections to a mysterious wedding video and the conviction of a serial killer years earlier.

The Other Woman – Daniel Silva – The best-selling author of House of Spies and The Black Widow presents a latest spy thriller that catapults former Israeli intelligence operative Gabriel Allon into a web of of espionage, passion and betrayal. 500,000 first printing.

Give Me Your Hand – Megan Abbott – Distancing herself from an intense best friend who inspired her scientific ambitions before divulging a life-changing secret, Kit competes for a dream research job and finds herself in a dangerous game of cat and mouse. 50,000 first printing.

A Noise Downstairs – Linwood Barclay – Battling PTSD and depression after an accidental stumble into a murder scene, a college professor begins writing his novel on a vintage typewriter that he comes to believe is possessed and somehow linked to the crime he survived.

Believe Me – J. P. Delaney – An out-of-work British actress plays both sides of a murder investigation while working as a decoy for unfaithful husbands for a New York City divorce firm, in a twisted psychological thriller by the best-selling author of The Girl Before.

Ghosted – Rosie Walsh – Sarah thinks she has met the love her life in Eddie—until he disappears after leaving for a long-booked vacation. There is a reason for Eddie’s disappearance, and it’s the one thing they didn’t share with each other: the truth.

Paradox – Catherine Coulter – When divers discover the bones of multiple murder victims during a search of Lake Massey, agents Sherlock and Savich make a connection between the bones and an escaped psychopath who attempted to kidnap five-year-old Sean Savich.

Pale as Death – Heather Graham – Tackling a case that disturbingly echoes the infamous Black Dahlia killing, LAPD detective Sophie Manning partners with FBI paranormal consultant Bruce McFadden when she begins to experience ghostly visits. 10,000 first printing.

Better Late Than Never – Kimberla Lawson Roby – The horrific childhood of Curtis Black is revealed when his estranged sister falls dangerously ill at the same time his 12-year-old daughter spirals into wild and rebellious behavior, in a conclusion to the best-selling series. 30,000 first printing.

A Measure of Darkness – Jonathan Kellerman & Jesse Kellerman – Attending the scene of a mass shooting at a West Oakland party, Alameda County Coroner’s Deputy Clay Edison discovers a mysterious victim and is drawn into a bizarre counterculture world of blurred moralities. By the award-winning authors of Crime Scene.