Black Notice by Patricia Cornwell. When a dead body is found in the cargo hold of a ship arriving from Belgium, Dr. Kay Scarpetta is called in to investigate and she soon finds herself trying to outwit a brutal killer who calls himself The Werewolf.
BoneMan's Daughters by Ted Dekker. Intelligence officer Ryan Evans, having spent time in Fallujah as the captive of insurgents who forced him to learn to kill by breaking bones and leaving victims to die, returns to Texas only to find himself under suspicion when a serial killer who employs the same method of murder begins abducting young girls--including Evans' own estranged daughter.
Darker after Midnight by Lara Adrian. Sterling Chase, a warrior fallen from grace, fights with the Breed warriors of the Order to defeat Dragos, a power-mad vampire, and prevent him from achieving his goals for domination, but when Chase is identified at the scene of a mission gone awry by Tavia Fairchild, Chase is drawn to the woman and together the two must risk everything to defeat Dragos and his minions.
Killing Lincoln by Bill O'Reilly. Provides an account of the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, discussing how actor John Wilkes Booth and his fellow Confederate sympathizers hatched their murderous plot, and following the ensuing manhunt, trials, and executions of the conspirators.
Lebonia's Vow by P.C. Cast. Before she is Zoey's favorite professor and the House of Night's powerful horse mistress... Lenobia is just a normal 16-year-old girl - with enough problems to last a lifetime. In a small southern town at the turn of the century, young Lenobia is developing into a beautiful young woman with ideas of her own. But when she is Marked as a fledgling vampyre, her world turns upside down, and she is drawn to the musical streets of New Orleans. There, she learns of the city's dark underbelly, ruled by powerful black magic. As Lenobia experiences her first love - and loss - and discovers a passion for horses to sustain her, she must come face-to-face with Darkness itself. And she may not escape without scars.
Dakota Ambush by William W. Johnstone. When John Bryce, the man who saved Matt Jensen from the hangman's noose, becomes the target of a powerful English lord, Matt steps in to protect John, risking his own life in the process.
October Song by Beverly Lewis. Contains a collection of short stories that revisit characters from other novels in the Lancaster County book series, including, "The Shunning," "The Postcard," and "Grasshopper Level.".
Saving Alice by David Lewis. Having suffered devastating loss before with the death of his fiancée, Alice, South Dakota stockbroker Stephen Whitaker's rebuilt world, which includes marriage to his and Alice's best friend, a precocious daughter, and a business partnership with a high school friend, begins to disintegrate, leading him to face hard questions about his faith in God.
Shadowcatchers by Steve Wall. Recounts the author's journalistic odyssey in search of the essence of Native American spirituality.
Snake River Slaughter by William W. Johnstone. Matt Jensen fights to protect Kitty Wellington, a woman whom he met while she was an orphan, from a relative who is trying to steal a twenty-thousand acre ranch she inherited from her uncle.
Taken by Robert Crais. Elvis Cole is hired by Nita Morales to find her daughter, who she thinks is just hiding out with her boyfriend and is asking for money, but Cole realizes they have been kidnapped by bajadores, bandits who prey on other bandits, and when Cole goes undercover to try and buy her back he goes missing and now it is up to his partner, Joe Pike to find them both.
Vigilante by Stephen J. Cannell. Lita Mendez was not a favorite of LAPD, but when she is found dead, in her home, Detective Scully and his partner Hitchens fear the worst: that there's a killer in their ranks. Outside thecrime scene, Nixon Nash, host of a reality show called "Vigilante TV," dedicated to beating the cops at their own game, has his sights set on Lita's murder. Now Scully will have to risk everything save himself and the job he loves.
The Rope by Nevada Barr. "In The Rope, the latest in Nevada Barr's bestselling novels featuring Anna Pigeon, Nevada Barr gathers together the many strings of Anna's past and finally reveals the story that her many fans have been long asking for. In 1995 and 35 years old, fresh off the bus from New York City and nursing a broken heart, Anna Pigeon takes a decidedly unglamorous job as a seasonal employee of the Glen Canyon National Recreational Area. On her day off, Anna goes hiking into the park never to return. Her co-workers think she's simply moved on--her cabin is cleaned out and her things gone. But Anna herself wakes up, trapped at the bottom of a dry natural well, naked, without supplies and no clear memory of how she found herself in this situation. As she slowly pieces together her memory, it soon becomes clear that some one has trapped her there, in an inescapable prison, and no one knows that she is even missing. Plunged into a landscape and a plot she is unfit and untrained to handle, Anna Pigeon must muster the courage, determination and will to live that she didn't even know she still possessed to survive, outwit and triumph. For those legions of readers who have been entranced over the years by Park Ranger Anna Pigeon's strength and determination and those who are new to Nevada Barr's captivating, compelling novels, this is where it all starts"--.
The Look of Love by Mary Jane Clark. Piper Donovan accepts when the owner of Elysium, an exclusive spa and plastic surgery center, offers her an all-expenses-paid trip to Los Angeles to create a dazzling and unique wedding cake. The job also gives Piper the time and distance she needs to sort out her feelings for handsome FBI agent Jack Lombardi. The ultra-luxurious spa caters to the rich and famous in need of a little "refreshing"—a nip here, a tuck there, a little Botox, a little detox. Nestled in the Hollywood Hills, Elysium seems picture-perfect: the grounds, the staff, even the guests. But no sooner does Piper arrive than a guest is brutally murdered in one of the private bungalows. Someone, it seems, wants to make sure Elysium’s beautiful director, Jillian Abernathy, never gets to walk down the aisle. Piper soon discovers that beneath the glamorous surface of this idyllic oasis lies an ugly truth—and a cold-blooded plan for murder.
Raylan by Elmore Leonard. With the closing of the Harlan County, Kentucky, coal mines, marijuana has become the biggest cash crop in the state. A hundred pounds of it can gross $300,000, but that’s chump change compared to the quarter million a human body can get you—especially when it’s sold off piece by piece.So when Dickie and Coover Crowe, dope-dealing brothers known for sampling their own supply, decide to branch out into the body business, it’s up to U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens to stop them. But Raylan isn’t your average marshal; he’s the laconic, Stetson-wearing, fast-drawing lawman who juggles dozens of cases at a time and always shoots to kill. But by the time Raylan finds out who’s making the cuts, he’s lying naked in a bathtub, with Layla, the cool transplant nurse, about to go for his kidneys. The bad guys are mostly gals this time around: Layla, the nurse who collects kidneys and sells them for ten grand a piece; Carol Conlan, a hard-charging coal-mine executive not above ordering a cohort to shoot point-blank a man who’s standing in her way; and Jackie Nevada, a beautiful sometime college student who can outplay anyone at the poker table and who suddenly finds herself being tracked by a handsome U.S. marshal. Dark and droll, Raylan is pure Elmore Leonard—a page-turner filled with the sparkling dialogue and sly suspense that are the hallmarks of this modern master.
Stefan's Diaries: Vol. 5: the Asylum based on the story by L. J. Smith, written by Kevin Williamson & Julie Plec. The hunters become the hunted. . . . Driven from their hometown of Mystic Falls, both Stefan Salvatore and his brother, Damon, arrived in Europe looking for a fresh start. But Samuel, a wealthy and cunning vampire, has other plans for them. First he ruined Stefan’s peaceful existence and now he’s framing Damon for the most gruesome murders London has ever seen. United against their common enemy, Stefan and Damon are stunned when they realize that the source of Samuel’s rage lies in their past—tied up with the woman who forever changed their lives. Haunted by the memory of Katherine, the brothers find that their uneasy alliance is tested. Can they overcome their rivalry to defeat Samuel before he exacts his final revenge? Based on the popular CW TV show inspired by the bestselling novels, Stefan’s Diaries reveals the truth about what really happened between Stefan, Damon, and Katherine—and how the Vampire Diaries love triangle began.