By Neil Abramson
An unidentified virus is spreading through a New York City neighborhood. Desperate for answers, the medical community can only determine the cause is zoonotic, their theory shifting from an avian-source to canine. Despite the lack of information, the politically ambitious governor calls in the National Guard to enforce a quarantine of all dogs. As the situation escalates, veterinarian Samantha Lewis and her loyal crew must protect the animals in their no-kill shelter. But when Samantha is forced to secure the help of her estranged father, she will have to confront the painful past that haunts her. As he did in UNSAID, Neil Abramson explores the interconnectedness of humans and the animals who share our homes and lives, in a timely novel that will resonate long after you've turned the last page.
The Darkest Day
By Tom Wood
He is darkness. She wants him dead.In a city starved of light, she might just succeed.She moves like a shadow; she kills silently: Raven. This elegant assassin has been on the run for years. This time though, she has picked the wrong target. The hitman known only as 'Victor' is as paranoid as he is merciless, and is no stranger to being hunted. He tracks his would-be killer across the globe, aiming not only to neutralise the threat, but to discover who wants him dead. The trail leads to New York...And then the lights go out.Over twelve hours of unremitting darkness, Manhattan dissolves into chaos. Amid looting, conspiracy and blackout, Victor and Raven play a vicious game of cat and mouse that the city will never forget.
The Lawyer's Lawyer
By James Sheehan
Jack Tobin, the main character of THE MAYOR OF LEXINGTON AVENUE returns in this non-stop novel that combines enthralling plot twists with some of the best coutroom fiction being written today.Jack, known as "the lawyer's lawyer" is a successful, retired corporate attorney from Miami, lives in a small, Central Florida fishing town and works pro bono on high profile criminal cases throughout the state.In this novel Jack agrees to defend an innocent young man wrongly accused of rape. Too late he discovers that the one being set-up is actually himself. Powerful criminals with whom he has battled in the past now use the legal system against him as he finds himself entangled in a murder trial with him as the defendent. With the outcome including the death penalty, Jack's life really does hang in the balance and he has no choice but to turn to legendary Tom Wylie to plot his defense.A lawyer himself, James Sheehan is also a top-notch thriller writer. Once again he succeeds in translating the depth of his courtroom knowledge into an entertaining and truly fascinating read.
By C. J. Lyons
A young girl is taken. A father is silenced. The lies run deep.It's the one mystery Supervisory Special Agent Caitlyn Tierney has never solved: her father's suicide after he had to arrest his best friend for murder. It drove Caitlyn to become one of the FBI's best - and most unorthodox - agents.So when the man she holds responsible for her father's death pleads her assistance in finding his missing daughter, Caitlyn is horrified. But, as whispers of half-understood conversations from her childhood begin to come back to her, the agent inside Caitlyn must admit that something doesn't feel right.Her search brings her back to her North Carolina hometown, now vibrant with new money, old lies, and an unknown enemy who will do anything to keep Caitlyn from the learning the truth . . .
The Mayor of Lexington Avenue
By James Sheehan
Jack Tobin is a trial lawyer with a searing-hot reputation in Miami, far removed from his scrappy youth on the streets of New York. When a young man, Rudy, is railroaded into a murder conviction in the tiny Florida backwater of Bass Creek, Tobin resolves to pay back a debt to his best friend, the boy who once dubbed him 'the Mayor of Lexington Avenue'.Heartbreak, tragedy, courtroom drama and the hope of redemption play out in this utterly page-turning, thought-provoking legal thriller.
The Law of Second Chances
By James Sheehan
Jack Tobin, a Florida trial lawyer, is committed to justice for the innocent but when he's presented with Henry Wilson's case, he's unsure of the convict's innocence. Wilson has eight weeks to live and Tobin has to decide if he can and will help him.Benny Avrile is a small-time thief with his eye on an oil man's big billfold. But Benny is way over his head on this one. The robbery goes bad, and the oil man ends up dead. Just when Benny's fate is all but sealed, an old friend from Jack's past reaches out...The clock is ticking on Henry Wilson's life, the cops are in hot pursuit of Benny and back at home, there are dark clouds on the horizon for Jack and his beautiful wife, Pat.
The Cainsville Files
By Kelley Armstrong
The Other Side
By Chevy Stevens
An original ebook short story from New York Times bestselling author Chevy Stevens. If you've read Never Knowing, you'll want to read THE OTHER SIDE. Includes exclusive chapters from Chevy's brand-new novel, Always Watching.Staff Sargent Sandy McBride is working the biggest case of her life: the Campsite Killer, a murderer who has been hunting women for almost forty years, leaving a bloody trail of fear and paranoia. Finally, Sandy feels close to nailing him, if she can just keep her head in the game. But despite psychiatrist Nadine Lavoie's warnings, staying focused is proving tough.And then Sandy gets a call out of the blue - a long-awaited lead on her own mother's murder, pulling her deep into a past she had long closed the door on . . .
Spy in a Little Black Dress
By Maxine Kenneth
Jackie's CIA boss, Allen Dulles, has given her a new assignment: under cover as a tourist, she will go to Havana, Cuba and ascertain the intentions of a young revolutionary opposed to the dictatorial regime of Fulgencio Batista. His name is Fidel Castro. During the course of her investigation, she encounters a dashing congressman, John F. Kennedy, but their first meeting ends in disaster. Soon Jackie is being harrassed by Stasi (East German Secret Police), dancing alongside Frank Sinatra in steamy Cuban nightclubs, and fighting for her life. In addition, she's beginning to have feelings for her co-agent - and his torn between her love for him and her burgeoning feelings for the handsome congressman at home.
The Governor's Wife
By Mark Gimenez
Bode Bonner is the Republican governor of Texas. He has everything he ever wanted: money, power, influence. But something isn't right in his life - everything feels too settled and easy. He longs for one more moment of excitement, one more challenge.Lindsay Bonner is Bode's wife, and she's bored too. Bored of Bode's womanising, bored of the endless cocktail parties and receptions. She is desperate to break free of her bland, wealthy Texan lifestyle.And that moment comes when she saves a poor Hispanic boy's life. From that moment on, nothing will be the same for Bode and Lindsay Bonner. Their lives are about to change in ways they could never have predicted...Filled with dramatic and ingenious twists and turns, this is an addictively readable novel that delves deep into the dark heart of Texas.
By William Peter Blatty
THE REDEMPTION opens in the world's most oppressive and isolated totalitarian state: Albania in the 1970s. A prisoner suspected of being an enemy agent is held by state security. An unsettling presence, he maintains an eerie silence though subjected to unimaginable torture. He escapes - and on the way to freedom, completes a mysterious mission. The prisoner is Dimiter, the American 'agent from hell'. The scene shifts to Jerusalem, focusing on Hadassah Hospital and a cast of unusual characters. All become enmeshed in a series of baffling, inexplicable deaths, until events explode in a surprising climax.Told with unrelenting pace, THE REDEMPTION's compelling, page-turning narrative is haunted by the search for faith and the truths of the human condition.
The Trials Of Zion
By Alan M. Dershowitz
Celebrated attorney and bestselling author Alan M. Dershowitz has produced a thrilling novel of Israel today, a place where warring factions from within and outside the Middle East continue to battle for the soul of a land they all regard as holy. A shocking act of terror brings the simmering tensions of the Holy Land to the point of explosion. As the internal conflicts of this troubled region threaten to erupt in unprecedented violence, a young Jewish-American lawyer joins the defence team of an arrested but possibly innocent Palestinian. Soon the lawyer's father, a famed criminal attorney, must win the Palestinian's case in court or risk losing his daughter forever. To solve the case, he must take into account the history of the Holy Land as it was experienced by people on all sides.
By Duncan Falconer
* NOW A MAJOR BLOCKBUSTER FILM - READ IT BEFORE YOU SEE IT! *THE ENEMY HAS A WEAPON. SO DO WE.Discover the hugely bestselling debut thriller by a former member of the elite Special Boat Services - the toughest men in the world - and his super-weapon hero: Stratton.When an undercover operation monitoring the Real IRA goes horrifically wrong, British Intelligence turn to the one man who can get their agent out: Stratton, an Special Boat Service (SBS) operative with a lethal reputation. It's a dangerous race against time: if the Real IRA get to the Republic before Stratton gets to them, his colleague is as good as dead.But this battle is only the beginning, for there can only be one way the Real IRA knew about the British agent: someone within MI5 is tipping them off. As the hunt for this mole goes south, a deadly Real IRA plan is taking shape - a terror attack the likes of which London has never seen . . .'Cracking . . . he'll be compared to Andy McNab, but Falconer has the edge'Mail on Sunday