Monday, May 1, 2017

May's In the Queue

Enjoy spring with some great new books from May's In the Queue!

Fiction
Sycamore: A Novel by Bryn Chancellor 
A mesmerizing debut novel and coming of age story. When human remains are linked to an unsolved disappearance, resident of the town reminisce about the past and explore the forces that drive human nature.

The Switch by Joseph Finder
Michael Tanner pics up the wrong Mac Book at the TSA Security line. By the time he gets home and realizes his error it is too late. The laptop belongs to a U.S. Senator and has top secret documents on it. Unbeknownst to Tanner Senator Susan Robbins broke the law and uploaded  classified documents on her personal computer. If the documents wind up in the wrong hands it could be Snowden 2.0 and her political career over. Suddenly Tanner finds himself a hunted man, terrified for the safety of his family, in desperate need of a plan, and able to trust no one.

G-Man by Stephen Hunter
Charles Swagger finds a cache of his grandfather's hidden FBI memorabilia and vows to discover his grandfather's fate. As he works to uncover the truth he discovers someone wants the truth buried, and will do anything to keep it hidden.

Dying Breath by Heather Graham
Historian Vickie Preston first saw a ghost when she survived a brutal attack by a serial killer. Now authorities recruit her to help them track another serial killer with the aid of a victim's ghost. 

It's Always the Husband by Michele Martinez
A suspense novel written by a former New York City federal prosecutor depicts an increasingly troubled friendship among three former college roommates. Kate, Aubrey and Jenny were best friends in college. Twenty years later, one of them is standing on the edge of a bridge and another is urging her to jump. How did their friendship get here and can it lead to murder. 

Ginny Moon by Benjamin Ludwig
This is a quirky, charming, bighearted, and at times poignantly dark debut novel. Ginny is an autistic teen who has been adopted by a wonderful family, yet she longs to be with her baby sister, who remains in the care of her drug addicted mother. 

The Best of Adam Sharp by Graeme C. Simsion
Despite his happiness, Adam Sharp wonders how different his life might have been if he hadn't let Angelina Brown, a strong willed actress, walk out of his life. When she calls unexpectedly, he wonders what she wants, and if he has the courage to find out. 

New Books by Best Selling Authors
Paradise Valley by C. J. Box
Matchup: The Battle of the Sexes Just Got Thrilling edited by Lee Child
Dangerous Minds by Janet Evanovich
The Identicals by Elin Hilderbrand
You Will Pay by Lisa Jackson
Since We Fell: A Novel by Dennis Lehane
Murder Games by James Patterson
The Girl Who Knew Too Much by Amanda Quick
Use of Force by Brad Thor
Kiss Carlo by Adriana Trigiani
Indecent Exposure by Stuart Woods

Nonfiction  
Bill O'Reilly's Legends and Lies: The Civil War by David Fisher 
Bill O'Reilly's Legends and Lies shares lesser known stories about the civil war and its leading figures to debunk common myths and reveal forgotten factors.

Al Franken, Giant of the Senate by Al Franken
 The Harvard graduate, comedian, and U.S. Senator, chronicles the story of his unlikely campaign and details what his service has taught him about America's deeply polarized political culture.

Theft by Finding: Diaries 1977-2002 by David Sedaris
An anthology of the author's favorite diary features excerpts that inspired his famed autobiographical essays and shares insights into the intimate areas of his life. 

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