New Titles for Adult Standing Order Fiction

May 2, 2014

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Wayfaring Stranger
Burke, James Lee
A decade after taking a shot at Bonnie and Clyde during one of their notorious armed robberies, a Depression teen-turned-soldier escapes death during the Battle of the Bulge and marries a beautiful young woman with whom he seeks his fortune along the Texas-Louisiana oil coast. By the Edgar Award-winning author of Light of the World.
 
Out of the Ashes
Couch, Dick / Galdorisi, George / Clancy, Tom (CRT) / Pieczenik, Steve R.
Before 9/11 America was protected by a covert force known as the National Crisis Management Center. Commonly known as Op-Center, this silent, secret mantel guarded the American people and protected the country from enemies. The charter was top secret and Director Paul Hood reported directly to the president. Op-Center used undercover operatives with SWAT capabilities to diffuse crises around the world, and they were tops in their field. But after the World Trade Center disaster, in the interest of streamlining, OP-Center was disbanded leaving the country in terrible danger.
 
Texas True
Dailey, Janet
The widow Natalie Haskell hopes to make a happy life with cowboy, and military veteran, Beau, but an accusation of murder puts their love to the ultimate test.
 
Fast Track
Garwood, Julie
Devastated by the health setbacks of the father who lovingly raised her alone, Cordelia learns a shocking truth about her mother and enlists the help of her best friend’s hotel magnate older brother, Aiden, who is being targeted by a powerful congressman. By the best-selling author of Hotshot.
 
Remains of Innocence
Jance, Judith A.
While investigating two separate cases, Sheriff Joanna Brady must discover if the death of a family friend whose body was found in a limestone cavern is linked to the discovery of a fortune in $100 bills hidden in the house of a hoarder.
 
Sight Unseen
Johansen, Iris / Johansen, Roy
Before the experimental surgery that gave her sight, Kendra Michaels developed her other senses to an amazing capacity. Now she can identify a Nissan by the sound of its engine, a Norelco electric razor by the pattern of stubble it leaves behind, or an obscure colorless fire accelerant by its sweet smell. Law enforcement agencies clamor for her rare powers of perception and observation, too often disrupting the life she has built helping others through music therapy. Because so very often, only Kendra can get the job done.
 
The City
Koontz, Dean R.
A gifted musician relates the terrible and wonderful events of 1967 that impacted his family and friends, from his indomitable “piano man” grandfather and struggling singer single mother to the everyday saints and sinners who shaped his life. By the best-selling author of Innocence.
 
The Heist
Silva, Daniel
In the New York Times best-selling author’s latest thriller, art restorer and occasional spy for Israel, Gabriel Allon, must play a dangerous game of high stakes international intrigue as he searches for a stolen masterpiece by Caravaggio.
 
A Perfect Life
Steel, Danielle
A mother and daughter confront respective challenges, cope with celebrity and work through tragedy while maintaining an idyllic facade to the outside world, in an uplifting tale by the best-selling author of Until the End of Time.
 
Cut and Thrust
Woods, Stuart
Attending the biggest political convention of the year in Los Angeles, Stone Barrington discovers that a close friend has posed an unexpected choice to delegates, causing alliances to be forged and broken while dark adversaries use the chaos to hide sinister plans. By the Edgar Award-winning author of Collateral Damage
Posted by Jenifer Brown

 

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