Banana Cream Pie Murder
by Joanne Fluke
After an extravagant honeymoon, Hannah’s eager to settle down in Lake Eden and turn domestic daydreams into reality. But when her mother’s neighbor is discovered murdered in the condo downstairs, reality becomes a nightmarish investigation. Victoria Bascomb, once a renowned stage actress, was active in the theater community during her brief appearance in town…and made throngs of enemies along the way. Did a random intruder murder the woman as police claim, or was a deadlier scheme at play?
(A Hannah Swensen Mysteries)
by Mark Gillespie
These are the last days… The Black Storm – a permanent state of darkness has engulfed the Earth. The world is going mad without sunlight. Ex-movie star, Cody MacLeod will do anything to protect his daughter Rachel from the Black Widow – a mysterious ghostly figure who has emerged from the Black Storm. And he’s got a plan.
A plane is taking off at San Antonio Airport in a few hours. To get there, Cody and Rachel must risk everything. They must drive through the darkness together. But the road is a dangerous place. Civilization is crumbling. Desperate people are lurking in wait with bad intentions.
(The Black Storm Trilogy)
The Algorithm of Power
by Pedro Barrento
Digital Alternative is a new movement that intends to revolutionise politics… by doing away with politics. From its humble origins as a buggy strategy game developed by a geeky teenager, Epochs evolves to become The Network, the operating system that will rule over the whole planet with chilling efficiency.
Split between the 21st and the 24th centuries The Algorithm of Power is a new type of dystopia. One in which the future that awaits us is not democratic and where the government has no use for torture, gulags or a secret police – because no one even notices there is a government. Welcome to the reign of software!
by Tim Tigner
Presumed dead after a staged terrorist attack, FBI Agent Odysseus Carr is running for his life with the doctor who rescued him. Meanwhile, the same power players who sent Odi to his death are now manipulating an FBI profiler into blindly tracking him down. She’s not just their best, she’s also his sister.
As Odi unravels a devious plot of profound political manipulation and global consequence, the hunted becomes the hunter, and the real terror begins.
Tragedy at Silver Creek
by Belinda G. Buchanan
Guilt is a powerful thing, and former deputy Jack Collins is mired in it. Unable to forget the events that have taken place in the town he was sworn to protect, he feels as if he is slowly drowning as he tries to cope with the aftermath of a serial killer’s reign of terror, as well as his new – and unwanted – job as chief of police.
When the body of a young woman, having the same puncture wounds as the serial killer’s previous victims, is discovered, Jack must determine if this is a copycat crime or the work of a possible accomplice – either of which – could put the killer’s only surviving victim in grave danger.
(The Monster of Silver Creek)
by Lynda La Plante
Before Prime Suspect there was Tennison – this is her story. 1973. After leaving the Metropolitan Police Training Academy, 22 year-old Jane Tennison is placed on a probationary exercise in Hackney, London where criminality thrives. At first she struggles to deal with the shocking situations she faces, receiving no help or sympathy from her superiors. Jane feels out of her depth in this male-dominated, chauvinistic environment. Then she is given her first murder case . . .
(A Jane Tennison Thriller)