New Adult Fiction Standing Order

September 30, 2010

September 30, 2010
Annotations from Baker & Taylor or Ingram
Sorted by Author
Hull Zero Three
Bear, Greg
After five people wake up in a crippled ship that has gone mad, they must figure out how they came to be there and just where it is they are going, all while struggling to survive.
 
Worth Dying for
Child, Lee
A follow-up to 61 Hours finds anti-hero Jack Reacher clashing with an organized crime family that is terrorizing Nebraska corn country in their efforts to supply dangerous international customers, a battle that is complicated by the unsolved case of a missing child.
 
The Confession
Grisham, John
A latest psychological thriller by the best-selling author of Pelican Brief and The Rainmaker features signature courtroom twists and turns that imperil legal defenders caught in a web of corruption and betrayal.
 
Moonlight Mile
Lehane, Dennis
In a sequel to the acclaimed best-seller Gone, Baby, Gone, private investigators Patrick Kenzie and Angela Gennaro revisit the case that troubled them the most when the missing girl they found 12 years earlier–only to return her to a neglectful mother and a broken home–goes missing again.
 
Cross Fire
Patterson, James
As Alex Cross tries to plan his wedding, an elusive gunman is killing crooked D.C. politicians, and Cross must battle with FBI agent Max Siegel over jurisdiction as he tries to crack the case–until Cross finds out the his arch enemy Kyle Craig is in town and doesn’t plan on leaving until Alex and his family are dead.
 
A Christmas Odyssey
Perry, Anne
Searching for a friend’s troubled son during the holiday season, mathematician Henry Rathbone enlists the aid of clinic worker Squeaky and young doctor Crow before discovering that the youth has become involved with a tragic prostitute and is working for a major drug dealer.
 
Rescue
Shreve, Anita
After his wife, Sheila, abandons him, paramedic Peter Webster is left to raise their daughter alone, until Sheila contacts him nineteen years later, dredging up years of buried questions and making him wonder why their marriage unraveled.
Posted by Jenifer Brown
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