"9th Judgment" by Maxine Paetro and James Patterson. When a young mother and her child are ruthlessly gunned down in a parking lot, the only shred of evidence is a cryptic message scrawled across the windshield in blood red lipstick. When a second murder occurs, San Francisco is thrown into hysteria. Can the Women’s Murder Club solve they case before the city disintegrates.
"Worst Case" by Michael Ledwidge and James Patterson. One by one, children of New York’s wealthiest are taken hostage, and the criminal only wants to ask the elite if they know the price others pay for their luxurious lifestyles. If they don’t, he kills them. Detective Michael Bennett and FBI agent Emily Parker set out to capture the killer before he begins a deadly public lesson for the entire city to witness.
"A Journey: My Political Life" by Tony Blair. Few British prime ministers have shaped the nation’s course as profoundly as Tony Blair, and his achievements and his legacy will be debated for years to come. Here, uniquely, we have his own journey, in his own words.
"The Confession" by John Grisham. An innocent man is days from execution, and only a guilty man can save him. A blameless man has been imprisoned for a crime he did not commit, and the culpable man now wants the truth to be known. After all, he has an inoperable brain tumor, and is also facing the end. But after years of silence, can he convince lawyers, judges,a nd politicians that they’re about to execute an innocent man?
"The Courtship and The Homeplace," two new titles from Gilbert Morris, one of today’s best-known Christian novelists specializing in historical fiction. In The Homeplace, Lanie is a young girl, who when faced with an unexpected tragedy, must work to keep the family together and hold on their home in a world shaken by the Great Depression. In The Courtship, the story continues as Lanie and her siblings have survived the depression only to lose their father, who has been unjustly imprisoned. Can Lanie and her strong-willed sister Maeva locate the one person that can exonerate their father. And will Lanie find a love of her own?
"Sunrise Over Fallujah" by Walter Dean Myers. Birdy Perry is a new army recruit. He’s not quite sure why he enlisted, but he knows where he’s going: Iraq. Caught in the cross fire of a conflict, a country, and a culture he doesn’t understand, Birdy soon finds that "winning" sometimes becomes just surviving and that hero is a complicated word.