- Lawrence Block, Hit and Run (2008)
- Framed for a high-profile murder that he did not commit, contract hit man John Keller flees for his life and becomes increasingly suspicious about his handler's ominous unresponsiveness. By the author of Hit Parade.
- Stephen J Cannell, The Pallbearers (2010)
- From the perennial New York Times bestseller comes a powerful new novel in which Detective Shane Scully, who grew up as an orphan, must revisit his painful childhood to find out who murdered the kind and charismatic man who became a father to him.
- Lee Child, Gone Tomorrow (2009)
- Witnessing a suicide on a Manhattan subway, Jack Reacher finds himself targeted by the federal government and Al Qaeda for his knowledge of a dangerous secret, a situation that leads to a dangerous chase through the streets of New York City. Coming soon: 61 Hours.
- Harlan Coben, Tell No One (2001)
- It's been eight years since Dr. David Beck's wife, Elizabeth, was murdered by a serial killer. When Beck receives a message containing a phrase only Elizabeth should know, he falls apart. Either someone is playing a sick joke, or his wife is still alive. After being warned to tell no one , Beck sets out in a desperate search which leads him toward a deadly secret.
- Michael Connelly, Nine Dragons (2009)
- Investigating the shooting death of a Chinese liquor store owner, detective Harry Bosch identifies a suspect as a Los Angeles member of a Hong Kong triad only to have his daughter go missing, a situation that prompts his high-stakes search across the Pacific. By the best-selling author of The Brass Verdict.
- Jeffery Deaver, Roadside Crosses (2009)
- When a troubled teenager is pushed over the edge by cyber-bullies, leading to a series of vengeful murders, body-language expert Kathryn Dance and Deputy Michael O'Neil pursue the teenager when he disappears. The latest Kathryn Dance thriller from the New York Times bestselling author of The Sleeping Doll.
- Jeffrey Deaver, The Bone Collector (1997) ( Lincoln Rhyme Series)
- Once the nation's foremost criminologist and the ex-head of NYPD forensics, quadriplegic Lincoln Rhyme abandons his forced retirement and joins forces with rookie cop Amelia Sachs to track down a vicious serial killer. Coming soon: a new Lincoln Rhyme novel, The Burning Wire.
- Peter De Jonge, Shadows Still Remain (2009)
- After investigating the disappearance of a beautiful and envied college student, detective Darlene O'Hara is unable to let go when the young woman is found murdered and the case is turned over to homicide, risking her career in order to pursue a secret parallel inquiry. Occasional co-author with James Patterson.
- Brian Freemantle, Time to Kill (2006)
- Jack Mason, once Russia's successful CIA embedded traitor, has spent the last 15 years planning his vengeance on the Russian defector who exposed him. Former KGB Colonel Dimitri Sobell has spent these 15 years making a new life in America. Now, these two intelligence professionals are pitted against each other in a revenge-fuelled confrontation.
- Lisa Gardner, The Neighbor (2009)
- In the wake of a wife and mother's disappearance from her suburban home, an ensuing police investigation focuses on the missing woman's husband, whose suspicious behavior reveals cracks in their seemingly idyllic family life. By the author of Say Goodbye.
- Joseph R Garber, Whirlwind (2004)
- Jailed as the scapegoat for an intelligence blunder, vengeful CIA operative Charlie McKenzie tracks down a young Russian spy who is in possession of a top-secret technology, an endeavor that is compromised by his would-be assassin. From the author of Vertical Run.
- Andrew Gross, Reckless (2010)
- Investigating the murder of a close friend, private security investigator Ty Hauck discovers that a seemingly unrelated series of events--including the sudden bank transfers of millions of dollars--point to a reckless plot that could damage national security. From the best-selling author of Don't Look Twice.
- Tami Hoag, Deeper than the Dead (2010)
- California, 1984. Detective Tony Mendez, fresh from a law enforcement course at FBI headquarters, is charged with discovering the identity of a brutal, calculating psychopath. His search pushes him ever deeper into the lives of three children, and closer to the young teacher whose interest in recent events becomes as intense as his own.
- Greg Iles, The Devil's Punchbowl (2009)
- A deep river pit in Natchez, Mississippi, reputed to be the hiding spot for Jean Lafitte's hidden treasure and a dumping ground for numerous murder victims, becomes the site of a dangerous showdown for Penn Cage, in a tale beset by racial tension, betrayals, and illicit sex. By the author of Third Degree, 24 Hours, Black Cross, and Blood Memory.
- J.A. Jance, Trial by Fire (2009)
- Taking a media relations position with the Yavapai County Police Department, former television journalist Ali Reynolds investigates a subdivision fire and the identity of an injured amnesiac woman, a case that unleashes a family drama and a remorseless killer. By the best-selling author of Cruel Intent.
- Jonathan Kellerman, Deception (2010)
- Detective Milo Sturgis and investigator Alex Delaware tackle the case of a murdered teacher who before her death made a chilling DVD describing the sexual trauma she was suffereing at the hands of three fellow teachers at her prestigious Los Angeles school. Other titles in the Alex Delaware series include Evidence, Bones, and Compulsion.
- Douglas Kennedy, The Big Picture (1997)
- Years after giving up his dreams of becoming a photographer for law, Ben Bradford finds his perfect life falling apart when his wife begins having an affair with a neighbor, a professional photographer, and Ben is suddenly faced with a dangerous choice.
- Andrew Klavan, Damnation Street (2006)
- Endeavoring to safeguard an angel-faced prostitute who fled after being tortured by psychopathic killer John Foy, private detective Scott Weiss struggles to outmaneuver Foy's equally determined effort to recapture the terror-stricken woman. Edgar winner for True Crime.
- Michael Ledwidge, Before the Devil Knows You're Dead (2003)
- Three unlikely companions, including a cop falsely convicted of murder, an ex-convict who has turned his back on the IRA, and a widow with a crippling mafia debt, plan a large-scale heist at a famous Manhattan landmark. From the acclaimed young author of Bad Connection and occasional co-author with Patterson.
- Phillip Margolin, Fugitive (2009)
- Defending Charlie, a former fugitive who hid in Africa for twelve years after being falsely implicated in the murder of a congressman, criminal lawyer Amanda Jaffe struggles to prove the man's innocence while protecting him from a vengeful African dictator. Coming soon: Supreme Justice.
- Liza Marklund, Prime Time (2006)
- This thriller features Swedish newspaper reporter Annika Bengtzon. Other titles include Paradise, Studio Sex, and The Bomber. Swedish writer who collaborates with Patterson. Translated from the Swedish by Ingrid Eng-Rundlow.
- Carol O'Connell, Bone by Bone (2008)
- In the northern California town of Coventry, two teenage brothers go into the woods one day, but only one comes back. No one knows what happened to the younger brother, Josh, until twenty years later, when the older brother, Oren, now an ex-investigator for the Army CID, returns to Coventry for the first time in many years and sets out to solve the mystery of his brother's murder. A stand-alone thriller from the author of the NYPD Detective Kathleen Mallory novels, which include Find Me.
- T Jefferson Parker, Iron River (2010)
- LA County sheriff's deputy Charlie Hood runs the California-Mexico border with the ATF, searching for the iron river--the massive and illegal flow of firearms that fuels the cartel wars south of the border--and soon finds a disturbing personal connection. From the author of L.A. Outlaws and The Renegades.
- Richard North Patterson, The Spire (2009)
- When a mentor who enabled his education and career entreats him to accept a college presidency amid an embezzlement scandal, trial lawyer Mark Darrow remembers his discovery of a murdered girl sixteen years earlier that resulted in a classmate's questionable conviction. By the best-selling author of Eclipse. Coming soon: In the Name of Honor.
- Ridley Pearson, Killer Summer (2009)
- Sun Valley sheriff Walt Fleming returns in this high-intensity thriller as he thwarts a plan to steal a rare wine at the annual wine auction. When a bomb detonates just as the auction revs up, the investigation explodes as well, pulling Walt in a dozen different directions. Other titles include Killer Weekend and Killer View.
- Thomas Perry, The Runner (2009)
- Jane Whitefield -- New York Times best-selling writer Thomas Perry's most popular character -- returns from retirement to the world of the runner, guiding fugitives out of danger. She is drawn back into her dangerous old world when a bomb goes off in the middle of a hospital fundraiser and she meets a young pregnant girl in dire need of rescue from a team of hired hunters. Coming soon from Perry: Strip.
- Kathy Reichs, 206 Bones (2009)
- Forensic anthropologist Tempe Brennan regains consciousness to discover herself bound and trapped in a small enclosed space before remembering an autopsy case that resulted in a murder and an attempt on her life. By the producer of the Bones TV series and author of the Temperance Brennan forensic anthropologist series.
- J.D. Robb, Fantasy in Death (2010)
- Investigating the bizarre murder of a millionaire video game maven within a locked room, NYPSD Lieutenant Eve Dallas is baffled by a lack of suspects and the victim's demise in spite of his considerable resources. By the author of Promises in Death.
- Howard Roughan, The Promise of a Lie (2004)
- Manhattan psychologist and best-selling author Dr. David Remler finds his life forever changed by a beautiful new patient who sets him up to take the fall for the brutal murder of her seemingly abusive husband, forcing him to play a deadly game of deception and betrayal to find the truth. Occasional Patterson co-author.
- John Sandford, Rough Country (2009)
- Investigating the shooting murder of a kayaker at a women-only Minnesota resort, Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension investigator Virgil Flowers finds more suspects than anticipated including the victim's fellow patrons and a talented local country singer, a case that is further complicated by the discovery of other murders.
- John Sanford, Rules of Prey (1989) (Prey Series)
- Lieutenant Lucas Davenport is determined to track down a diabolically clever serial killer who leads a double life, carefully picks out his female victims, and taunts the police with notes signed "Maddog." Coming soon: a new Lucas Davenport novel, Storm Prey.
- Mary Willis Walker, All the Dead Lie Down (1998)
- While reopening the distressing investigation into her father's suicide, crime reporter Molly Cates stumbles upon a plot to kill the entire Texas State legislature, in a mystery by the multi-award-winning author of Zero at the Bone.
- David Wiltse, Hangman's Knot (2002)
- When mysterious miniature nooses begin turning up in the small town of Falls City, acting deputy sheriff Billy Tree investigates the mob lynching of a young black man fifty years earlier and a stranger's connection to the woman he loves. By the author of Heartland.
- Stuart Woods, Kisser (2009)
- Hoping to resume a quieter legal career after returning to New York from Key West, Stone Barrington crosses paths with a beautiful Broadway actress whose shady past places Stone and downtown police officer Dino Bacchetti in danger. By the Edgar Award-winning author of Chiefs. Coming soon: Lucid Intervals.
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