The Bone Bed, Patricia Daniels Cornwell: Kay Scarpetta, one of America's favorite fictional Chief Medical Examiners, is back in a mystery sure to hit best seller lists.
Dark Storm, Christine Feehan: A Carpathian adventure featuring Feehan's most evil vampires yet.
Iced: A Dani O'Malley Novel, Karen Marie Moning: "Listen up: here's a new urban paranormal trilogy from Moning, author of the five blisteringly successful "Fever" titles, each bigger than the last (Shadowfever debuted in the top spot on the New York Times best sellers list)." Library Journal
Jewels of Paradise, Donna Leon: This is not a Commissario Guido Brunetti mystery. It is a stand-alone novel with the rich setting of Venice that Leon knows so well. Baroque music is a star in this novel.
Mad River, John Sandford: "In this high-octane thrill ride, bestseller Sandford's fifth novel featuring Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension agent Virgil Flowers (after 2011's Shock Wave), Lucas Davenport, Virgil's boss (and star of his own series), dispatches Virgil to a remote corner of the state to deal with 'a bad one'." Publisher's Weekly
NYPD Red, James Patterson: Detective Zach Jordan investigates a series of brutal, public crimes that coincide with the arrival of dozens of glamorous celebrities in town for parties and premieres in this new novel from the authors of Kill Me If You Can.
The Panther, Nelson DeMille: "The author's most recent novel, The Lion, which featured his popular hero John Corey, debuted in a tie for the top spot on the New York Times Best Sellers list in 2010. Now Corey is back, working in antiterrorist capacity with his wife, FBI agent Kate Mayfield, in Sana'a, Yemen." Publisher's Weekly
The Racketeer, John Grisham: The latest from this accomplished author is guaranteed to intrigue!
The Uncommon Appeal of Clouds, Alexander McCall Smith: "Boasting more than one million copies in print, the Isabel Dalhousie series is right up there in popularity with McCall Smith's No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency titles. In this ninth entry, a Scottish landowner robbed of a Nicholas Poussin painting asks Isabel's help in dealing with the thieves, who have approached him privately." Library Journal
ON THE HORIZON
November: The Black Box, Michal Connelly ... The Buzzard Table, Margaret Maron ... Dear Life: Stories, Alice Munro ... Elsewhere, Richard Russo ... Flight Behavior, Barbara Kingsolver ... The Forgotten, David Baldacci ... The Legend of Broken, Caleb Carr ... The Marseille Caper, Peter Mayle ... Merry Christmas, Alex Cross, James Patterson ... The Right Hand, Derek Haas ... Seal Team 666, Weston Ochse ... Sweet Tooth, Ian McEwan ... Young Philby, Robert Littell
December: Two Graves, Douglas Preston and Lincoln Childs