15 Seconds by Andrew Gross.
Close Your Eyes by Iris Johansen.
Courageous by Diana Palmer. Special Forces Officer Winslow Grange, having been sent to the jungles of South America to help a general gain control of his nation, is distracted when the daughter of his foreman arrives unannounced and sets out to prove to him he needs her in his life.
Creole Belle by James Lee Burke.
Criminal by Karin Slaughter.
Forbidden by Ted Dekker. Years after humanity's brush with the apocalypse, the world is unaware that everyone walking the earth has been stripped of true humanity, until a young man named Rom stumbles upon a vial of blood and a piece of cryptic writing that will bring him back to life and lead him on a perilous journey to awaken humanity.
The Next Best Thing by Jennifer Weiner.
Night Watch by Linda Fairstein. Soon after New York City prosecutor Alexandra Cooper arrives in France to visit her boyfriend Luc Rouget, a famed restaurateur, the body of a young woman is found with a matchbox from Luc's restaurant in her pocket, but Alex is summoned back to New York to preside over the high-profile case of Mohammed Gil-Darsin, the wealthy head of the World Economic Bureau who has been accused of rape by a housekeeper, and another body with a matchbox from Luc's restaurant is found in Brooklyn, too close to home for Alex.
Samurai Game by Christine Feehan. GhostWalker Thorn, who was tortured as a child because of her psychic ability by Dr. Whitney and then left on the streets of Japan, teams up with Sam Johnson to seek revenge against a dictator involved in a scheme of blackmail, politics, murder, and an all-new defensive weapon.
Sarah's Child by Linda Howard.
The Fallen Angel by Daniel Silva. When a body is found beneath Michelangelo's dome, Gabriel Allon is summoned to secretly investigate the death that has been ruled a suicide--a case that brings about an unthinkable act of sabotage.
When Sheep Sleep by Laura Joffe Numeroff. Rhyming text suggests other options when one tries to count sheep but discovers that they are all asleep.