The Robin’s Greeting, by Wanda Brunstetter. Coming March, 2021
Return to Strasburg, Pennsylvania, where Belinda King holds her family and business together during a season of great change that threatens her peace and future happiness.
Shoot-out at Sugar Creek, by Max Allan Collins
It starts with an abusive, drunken young scoundrel who resists arrest, holds a barmaid hostage, and gets what he deserves from the blazing .44 of Sheriff Caleb York. The late youth's mother, cattle baroness Victoria Drummond, wants the love of Caleb's life to sell her the spread of land that her late father owned. York finds himself caught in the crossfire, and no matter who wins, it's going to be a bloodbath...
A Distant Shore, by Karen Kingsbury
She was a child caught in a riptide in the Caribbean Sea. He was a teenager from the East Coast on vacation with his family. He dove in to save her, and that single terrifying moment changed their lives forever.
Ten years later, Jack and Eliza meet again with both their lives on the line. Sometimes miracles happen not once, but twice...along a distant shore.
Death with a Double Edge, by Anne Perry
When junior barrister Daniel Pitt is summoned to the scene of a murder in the London district known as Mile End, he knows only that the victim is a senior barrister from the same firm. What was this respected colleague doing in such a rough part of the city? The firm's head may know more than he admits, but his memory is not what it used to be. The investigation leads to a local brothel and to an opium den, but also--unexpectedly--to a wealthy shipbuilder crucial to Britain's effort to build up its fleet. Suddenly, not just Daniel but his whole family is in danger. Will Daniel's devotion to justice be the undoing of his entire life, and endanger Britain's defense at sea?
Ocean Prey, by John Sandford
An off-duty Coast Guardsman is fishing with his family when he calls in some suspicious behavior from a nearby boat. It's zipping along until it slows to pick up a surfaced diver . . . a diver who was apparently alone, without his own boat, in the middle of the ocean. None of it makes sense unless there's something hinky going on, and his hunch is proved right when all three Guardsmen who come out to investigate are shot and killed.
They're federal officers killed on the job, which means the case is the FBI's turf. When the FBI's investigation stalls out, they call in Lucas Davenport. When his case turns lethal, Davenport will need to bring in every asset he can claim, including a detective with a fundamentally criminal mind: Virgil Flowers.
Finding Ashley, by Danielle Steel
Melissa Henderson is leading a quiet life. After a wildfire that threatens her home appears on the news, she receives a call from her sister, Hattie. They were close once, but that was before Melissa withdrew from the world. Now Hattie, who became a nun at twenty-five, is determined to help Melissa turn a new page, even if it means reopening one of the most painful chapters of her life.