Anna O by Matthew BlakeForensic psychologist Dr. Benedict Prince is called in to assist with the high-profile case of Anna Ogilvy, a woman with a rare disorder who killed two people while allegedly asleep. To further complicate matters there seems to be no motive, and Anna has been asleep since the crime thanks to a phenomenon called "resignation syndrome."
The Silence in Her Eyes by Armando Lucas CorreaA young disabled woman named Leah, who has keener-than-average observational skills, grows concerned that her neighbor Alice might be tracked down and murdered by the abusive husband she's fleeing. For fans of: narrators with complex relationships with reality, like those in Paula Hawkins' The Girl on the Train or the Hitchcock film Rear Window.
Deadly Game by Michael CaineLegendary British actor Michael Caine tries his hand at suspense in this atmospheric debut, which centers on unorthodox DCI Harry Taylor and the motley crew of experts he assembles to help him track down stolen uranium that London's crime bosses appear to be using to eliminate their rivals.
The Mantis by Kotaro IsakaThis compelling and fast-paced follow-up to Bullet Train returns readers to the violent world of elite Tokyo assassins. This time, killer-for-hire Kabuto is so desperate to leave the profession behind that he takes a high-stakes assignment to buy out his contract -- with fallout that could expose his double life to the people he cares the most about.
Ilium by Lea CarpenterThe unnamed narrator in this thought-provoking political thriller unknowingly becomes a pawn in the game of international espionage when her dying husband confesses that he's a spy and requests that she see some of his ongoing missions to their conclusions once he's gone.
Kids Run the Show by Delphine de ViganSocial media star Mélanie Diore's life is turned upside down when her six-year-old daughter Kimmy is kidnapped. The officer assigned to the case, luddite Clara Roussel, must delve into a bizarre online world and tease apart the reality of the Diore family from the fiction of their public-facing, heavily monetized brand.
First Lie Wins by Ashley ElstonIn this "genuine page-turner" (Kirkus Reviews), a likeable con artist going by the name Evie Porter develops feelings for Ryan Summer, her latest mark, and contemplates going straight. Any plans for a new life are put on hold after Evie meets a woman calling herself Lucca Marino -- Evie's fairly uncommon original name.
Deep Freeze by Michael C. GrumleyIn this fast-paced techno-thriller, passengers including army vet John Reiff get trapped inside a bus after it plunges into a frozen river. John is shocked to wake up in a hospital after this seemingly fatal incident, and as his mind and body recover, he grows increasingly suspicious of what the doctors are -- and are not -- telling him about his past.
Where You End by Abbott KahlerThe only thing Kat Bird remembers when she wakes up from a coma is that she has an identical twin sister Jude, who appears dedicated to helping Kat reconstruct her past. Jude paints a glowing picture of their lives, but if things are so great why does she warn Kat not to leave their apartment? How could things possibly be so unsafe?
Perfect Shot by Steve UrszenyiIn this action-packed and richly detailed series launch, FBI Special Agent Alexandra Martel travels from city to city across Europe on the trail of a nuclear weapon gone missing from a US military base in Turkey. Along the way she'll have to assess the loyalties of old friends and new allies, and stop a group of conspirators from using the weapon to destroy Paris.
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