New Releases - April 2023

Simply Lies by David Baldacci
Mickey Gibson leads life juggling the demands of her children with working remotely for ProEye, an investigation company.  
When Mickey gets a call from a colleague named Arlene Robinson, she thinks nothing of the request to go inventory the vacant home of an arms dealer who cheated ProEye and fled. That is until she discovers a dead body.   
Not only does the arms dealer not exist but the murder victim turns out to be a man with mob ties in Witness Protection. What's more, no one named Arlene Robinson works at ProEye.  
In the blink of an eye, Gibson has become a suspect in a murder investigation. Before long, she is locked in a battle of wits with a brilliant woman whose end game is as mysterious as it is deadly. 

My Heart Will Find You by Jude Deveraux
When the world is brought to a standstill in the early days of a global pandemic, Etta finds herself stranded. Desperate to secure a roof over her head, she crosses paths with Henry Logan, an older man in need of a caretaker. His invitation for Etta to stay with him seems to be the solution to both their problems.
As Etta indulges in Henry's library, historical accounts soon inspire dreams of the 1870s in which she's a mail-order bride married to a rancher.
Etta realizes her dreams of the past and the familiar faces featured within are altering her current reality. More than anything, Etta wonders if the captivating man she's falling for while she sleeps might be real.

Windswept Way: A Hope Harbor Novel by Irene Hannon
Buying a supposedly haunted house wasn't in Ashley Scott's plans, but when an intriguing opportunity drops into her lap, she's ready to launch a new life. But she can't do it alone, and her reclusive new neighbor Jonathan Gray may be just the person to help--if only there were room in his life for romance.

The Fourth Enemy: A Daniel Pitt Novel by Anne Perry
Daniel Pitt is named junior counsel on a fraud case with the potential to make or break his reputation. The trouble is, Malcolm Vayne, the man on trial, has deep pockets, and even deeper connections. Working alongside the new head of his firm, Daniel must prove that Vayne is guilty.
Vayne's trial heats up further when a witness is found dead. When another witness is kidnapped, Daniel must set out on a rescue mission that puts his life--and the case --in peril. 

Dark Angel by John Sandford
Letty Davenport's actions at a gunfight in Texas--and her skills--draw the attention of the US government and make her a perfect fit. The Department of Homeland Security and the NSA have tasked her with infiltrating a hacker group, known only as Ordinary People. Letty and her reluctant partner from the NSA embark on a road trip to the group's headquarters.
They begin to suspect that the hackers are not their only enemy. Someone within their own circle may have betrayed them and placed their lives in grave danger.