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A Nail Through the Heart A Nail Through the Heart
by Timothy Hallinan

Travel writer Poke Rafferty is good at looking for trouble -- so good he makes his living writing offbeat travel guides for the young and terminally bored. His Looking for Trouble series is for travelers obsessed with the unusual.



Volk's Game: A Novel Volk's Game: A Novel
by Brent Ghelfi

The explosive debut introducing Russian gangster Alexei Volkovoy -- not since Robert Ludlum's Jason Bourne has a hero shifted so effortlessly between hunter and hunted.



The Last Summer (of You and Me) The Last Summer (of You and Me)
by Ann Brashares

In the town of Waterby on Fire Island, the rhythms and rituals of summer are sacrosanct: the ceremonial arrivals and departures by ferry; yacht club dinners with terrible food and breathtaking views; the virtual decree against shoes; and the generational parade of sandy, suntanned kids, running, swimming, squealing, and coming of age on the beach.



The Lumby Lines The Lumby Lines
by Gail Fraser

Nestled in the Northwest is a quaint little town that its quirky residents are proud to call home. With charming shops lining its one main thoroughfare, Lumby is home to the oldest apple tree in the county and the smallest bank in the state.



The Screaming Room The Screaming Room
by Thomas O'Callaghan

John Driscoll has laid the ghosts of his past to rest. He's ready to start over -- both personally and as an NYPD homicide commander. But it seems that a serial killer has other plans for Driscoll.



Unholy Grail: A Novel Unholy Grail: A Novel
by D.L. Wilson

Throughout the centuries, it was shrouded in mystery, entrusted to a precious few. But now the guardians of what has become known as the secret gospel are mysteriously dying -- their bodies scarred with the stigmata.



The Reluctant Fundamentalist: A Novel The Reluctant Fundamentalist: A Novel
by Mohsin Hamid

At a cafe table in Lahore, a bearded Pakistani man converses with an uneasy American stranger. As dusk deepens to night, he begins the tale that has brought them to this fateful meeting . . .



Christine Falls: A Novel Christine Falls: A Novel
by Benjamin Black

Quirke and Malachy Griffin were raised as brothers, though Quirke -- rescued from an Irish orphanage by Malachy's father, the eminent Judge Garrett Griffin -- was always the favored son. But Malachy married the American girl Quirke loved, and Quirke settled for her sister, who died in childbirth soon thereafter.



The Watchman: A Joe Pike Novel The Watchman: A Joe Pike Novel
by Robert Crais

Larkin Conner Barkley lives like the City of Angels is hers for the taking. Young and staggeringly rich, she speeds through the city during its loneliest hours, blowing through red after red in her Aston Martin as if running for her life. Until out of nowhere a car appears, and with it the metal-on-metal explosion of a terrible accident.



Queen of the Underworld: A Novel Queen of the Underworld: A Novel
by Gail Godwin

In the summer of 1959, as Castro clamps down on Cuba and its first wave of exiles flee to the States, Emma Gant, fresh out of college, begins her career as a reporter.



Spinning Dixie: A Novel Spinning Dixie: A Novel
by Eric Dezenhall

When a gorgeous woman appears at the gates of the White House bearing a mysterious letter, disgraced presidential press secretary and professional spinmeister Jonah Eastman knows that his past has finally caught up with him.



The Rhythm of the Road: A Novel The Rhythm of the Road: A Novel
by Albyn Leah Hall

A truck driver's daughter who grows up in the front seat of her father's truck, Jo shares her father's love of country music, junk food, and the open highway. Jo's life is a perfect slice of Americana, except that their "open road" is in England, and her father -- the gentle, melancholy Bobby Pickering -- is from Northern Ireland. The only truly American thing about Jo is her mother, whom she has never met.