New Standing Order Fiction

November 29, 2011

November 29, 2011
Annotations from Baker & Taylor or Ingram
 
Left for Dead
Jance, Judith A.
When the near-fatal shooting of a former police academy classmate reveals clues that his wife and he were operating on the wrong side of the law, Alice Reynolds teams up with Sister Anselm, who is attending an undocumented woman who has been savagely attacked by a drug cartel.
 
Trading Christmas
Macomber, Debbie
Deciding to spend Christmas in Boston with her daughter, widow Emily Springer, through the Internet, swaps houses with history professor Charles Brewster, but destiny intervenes when this unlikely couple is forced to spend the holidays together. Originally published asWhen Christmas Comes.
 
All I Did Was Shoot My Man: A Leonid Mcgill Mystery
Mosley, Walter
When Zella Grisham is accused of both shooting her boyfriend and stealing more than six million dollars from the Rutgers Assurance Corp., Leonid McGill investigates, while his own family life begins to unravel around him.
 
Oath of Office
Palmer, Michael
Blamed for the murder-suicide rampage of a respected doctor and former client who previously struggled with drug addiction, counselor Lou Welcome investigates what went wrong and uncovers a terrifying political conspiracy with ties to the White House.
 
Celebrity in Death
Robb, J. D.
At the star-studded party celebrating the premiere of a movie based on one of her cases, Lieutenant Eve Dallas discovers the actress who played Peabody drowned in the lap pool and investigates.
 
Restless in the Grave
Stabenow, Dana
A crossover mystery featuring Aleut private investigator Kate Shugak and Alaska State Trooper Liam Campbell finds them teaming up to investigate a suspicious plane crash that ended the life of aviation entrepreneur Finn Grant, a case that requires Kate to work undercover as a bar waitress. By the author of Though Not Dead.
Posted by Jenifer Brown
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