1: The Forgotten Room(ARC) – Lincoln Child: New York Times bestseller Lincoln Child returns with a riveting new thriller featuring the charismatic and quirky Professor Jeremy Logan, renowned investigator of the strange and the inexplicable, as he uncovers a long-lost secret experiment only rumored to have existed.
2: Wayzata(review copy) – Ted Korsmo: A detective. A millionaire. A millionaire’s wife. A mistress. Hijinks and tragedy ensue. Set in the late 1930’s, our yarn takes place in Wayzata, a rural, resort suburb of Minneapolis. Detective Carroll LaRue has quit his badge, pulled up stakes and left a haunted past working in Hollywood behind him. He has exchanged hilltops and orange groves for a hardscrabble, hand-to-mouth existence in the blue-gray Midwest. Taking dirty pictures through windows, even if the people aren’t movie stars? It might not be sexy, but it’s a living.
3: Young Bond: Shoot To Kill – Steve Cole: sixth book in the series about Bond’s formative years. Fifteen in this one, set in the early thirties, Young Bonnd gets involved with Hollywood, gangsters, and a villain bent ob controlling the new, burgeoning sound movies and finally the world.
and the ebooks:
4: Relentless – Ed Gorman: an old western of Ed’s newly released by Rough Edges Press.
5: Red buds and Bullets – Richard Prosch: the latest Jo Harper story.
6: To The Gallows(review copy) – G. S. Luckett: a tale of Cole Winters, a black U. S, Marshal.
7: A Dubious Race(review copy) – Gerald J. Kubicki & Kristopher Kubicki: Ever wonder who really discovered America? Did you know they are still here? This book explores the evidence and the startling conclusions. Colton Banyon enters the Law offices of Dewey & Beatem and finds his business partner, Bart, has gone missing He becomes mired in paperwork to keep the organization functioning.
8: The Blood of The Fallen – James Reasoner: an alternate history tale of how the Civil War might have gone had certain things happened.
9: Regina Shen: Resilience(review copy) – Lance Erlick
10: Regina Shen: Vigilance(review copy) – Lance Erlick: two young adult novels