Death in the Air, Kate Winkler Dawson, Hachette Books - Mentioned in literature and commemorated in art, the infamous London "peasouper" is a choking miasma composed of smoke and fog that has been a striking feature of the city for centuries.
The Choice, Dr. Edith Eva Eger, Simon & Schuster- Not many memoirs can be described as "page-turners," but Dr. Edith Eva Eger's The Choice is an exception.
Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, Rick Riordan, Disney Hyperion - Magnus Chase, son of Frey the god of Summer, fell off a bridge, died, and became an einherji – one of the Norse champions of Asgard.
The Devil’s Triangle, Catherine Coulter and J T Ellison, Simon & Schuster - Covert Eyes is a crack FBI team, headed by Special Agent Nicholas Drummond, with a flexible brief to act against crime anywhere in the world. Drummond gets a phone call from notorious art thief Kitsune, known as The Fox.
Her Beautiful Monster, Adi Tantimedh, Simon & Schuster - Ravi Chandra Singh, investigator with Golden Sentinels of London, thinks he’s a holy fool.
Dinner at the Center of the Earth, Nathan Englander, Random House - In his spy thriller, “Dinner at the Center of the Earth,” Nathan Englander takes us into the tragic and heartbreaking conflict between Israel and Palestine.
Song of Edmon, Adam Burch, 47 North - Edmon Leontes’ birth was marked in spectacular fashion by a new Fracture opening in the heavens above the tidally-locked world of Tao.
Ross Macdonald: Four Later Novels, Library of America - The work of Ross Macdonald, who the New York Times Book Review once lauded America’s best detective novelist, is featured in a four-novel collection just issued by the Library of America.
Sulfur Springs, William Kent Krueger, Atria Books - A scratchy voice mail shatters the Fourth of July holiday atmosphere in Cork O'Connor's house. His stepson Peter Bisonette says he's in serious trouble down in Arizona and asks for his mother Rainy's help.
Unquiet Spirits, Bonnie MacBird, Harper Collins - “Unquiet Spirits,’ a new Sherlock Holmes adventure, rediscovers the intrigue of Arthur Conan Doyle’s century-old detective stories. Author Bonnie MacBird, a devoted Sherlock fan, follows Doyle’s precepts in her book.