Child's Child, Barbara Vine: "This elegant offering clicks along like a well-tuned glockenspiel." Publisher's Weekly
The Last Runaway, Tracy Chevalier: "For the first time ever, the American-born, London-based Chevalier is using America as a backdrop. Leaving home after suffering a disappointment, English Quaker Honor Bright ends up in 1850 Ohio, where she finds folks even Quakers pragmatically unprincipled and becomes involved in the Underground Railroad." Library Journal
Me Before You, Jojo Moyes: "...a lovely novel, both nontraditional and enthralling." Publisher's Weekly
A Possible Life, Sebastian Faulks: "All juicily readable stuff." Library Journal (Coming in early January, 2013)
Private London, James Patterson: Dan Carter, head of the London division of Private, the world's most exclusive detective agency, must join forces with his ex-wife if he is going to save American student Hannah Shapiro from a threat that has stalked her for eight years.
Shadow Creek, Joy Fielding: A group of unlikely traveling companions finds themselves in danger during a camping trip in the Adirondacks when a pair of teenage killers begin terrorizing the area.
Shiver, Karen Robards: "...spellbinding novel of romantic suspense from bestseller Robards." Publisher's Weekly
Two Graves, Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child: Completes the Helen trilogy.
ON THE HORIZON
March: Best Kept Secret, Jeffrey Archer ... Family Pictures, Jane Green ... Lover at Last, J. R. Ward ... Night Moves, Randy Wayne White ... Six Years, Harlan Coben ... Wurst is Yet to Come, Mary Daheim
King's Deception, Steve