Book Cover Turbulence by Stuart Woods

New June Titles

Turbulence – Stuart Woods – New York City cop-turned-Manhattan law firm rainmaker returns to action, only to land in the line of fire, in an entry in the best-selling series by the Edgar Award-winning author of Chiefs.

Moscow Offensive – Dale Brown – Brad McLanahan and the Iron Wolf Squadron team up with the newly formed Alliance of Free Nations in Eastern Europe to counter a deadly Russian strike involving combat robots that have been smuggled into America.

How Hard Can It Be? – Allison Pearson – The heroine from the best-selling I Don’t Know How She Does It is forced by her husband’s flaky unemployment to reinvent herself as a younger, hip professional to secure a job with the hedge fund she founded.

Us Against You – Fredrik Backman – The community of Beartown is divided by an effort to save the local hockey team that involves a challenging new hockey coach, three promising players and a dangerously escalating rival competition. By the best-selling author of A Man Called Ove.

The President Is Missing – Bill Clinton & James Patterson – A collaboration between the 42nd President and a #1 best-selling novelist traces the baffling disappearance of the leader of the free world, in a thriller that also explores the pressures, choices and threats facing the modern presidency. 2 million first printing.

Tom Clancy Line Of Sight – Mike Maden – Orchestrating a surprise for his mother, Jack Ryan Jr. searches for Aida, whose eyesight was restored by his mother years earlier, but when she is abducted in front of him, Jack finds himself pitted against mobsters and paramilitary units.

The Woman In The Woods – John Connolly – When the body of a woman who apparently died in childbirth is discovered in the Maine woods, private investigator Charlie Parker shadows the police investigation in order to discover the woman’s identity and the fate of her baby.

Island Of The Mad – Laurie R. King – When a friend’s mentally unstable aunt goes missing along with a cache of jewels, Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes follow leads to a 1925 Venice shaped by Mussolini’s Blackshirts, the gilded Lido set and the music of Cole Porter.

Jar Of Hearts – Jennifer Hillier – A rising executive hides what she knows about her high-school boyfriend’s role in the death of her best friend 14 years earlier, a situation that proves even more chilling when new deaths occur in the wake of a prison escape.

The Perfect Couple – Elin Hilderbrand – Featuring popular characters from such novels as A Summer Affair, a tale set during a Nantucket wedding season finds Chief of Police Ed Kapenash searching for a bride’s killer among her own wedding party. 300,000 first printing.

Bring Me Back – B. A. Paris – A decade after a man’s wife disappears without a trace, his new fiancée makes a discovery that raises questions about what happened and whether his first wife may still be alive. By the best-selling author of The Breakdown.

What The Eyes Don’t See – Mona Hanna-Attisha – A compelling firsthand account of the Flint water crisis traces how 100,000 Americans were poisoned by lead in their water supply with the government’s awareness, tracing the pediatrician author’s efforts to prove exposure in the face of brutal backlash.

Liar, Liar – Lisa Jackson – Informed that the mother who abandoned her decades earlier has died in a high-profile suicide, Remmi teams up with her childhood crush to uncover her mother’s mysterious story. By the best-selling author of You Will Pay.

All We Ever Wanted – Emily Giffin – When her golden-boy son posts a controversial photograph of a scholarship student online, triggering a local scandal, a wife and mother finds herself sympathizing more with the girl’s family than her own. By the best-selling author of First Comes Love.

Before and Again – Barbara Delinsky – A Vermont resort town where many residents are hiding from their pasts is thrown into turmoil by a teen hacker who attracts the Feds and the media, forcing a woman to choose between running again and fighting for what she has rebuilt.

Between You and Me – Susan Wiggs – A lonely Philadelphia surgeon treats an injured Amish child and becomes attracted to the boy’s uncle, a situation that forces her to consider if such a relationship is possible.