New Releases - March 2022

Shadows Reel by C.J. Box
Wyoming Game Warden Joe Pickett is called out for a poaching incident that turns out to be something sinister: a local has been murdered. At the same time, Marybeth opens a package and finds a photo album that belonged to a Nazi official. When a neighbor is murdered, Joe and Marybeth face questions about the dangers that come with their discoveries. Meanwhile, Nate Romanowski is on the hunt for who attacked his wife. Can Nate use his network of Falconers to track the culprit?

Sugarcreek Surprise by Wanda Brunstetter
Lisa Miller has grown up being afraid of loving and losing. She dedicates herself to teaching at an Amish schoolhouse all the while avoiding the advances of newcomer Paul Herchberger. Paul meets Orley Troyer and his wife, who offer prayers and advice as Paul tries to reach Lisa's closed heart. But when secrets are revealed, will Lisa use them as an excuse to close herself off again?

Looking for Leroy by Melody Carlson
Brynna Phillips is done with men. But just when she makes this declaration, her friend Jan convinces Brynna to join her on a vacation in Sonoma Wine Country. As they wind their way toward their destination Brynna recalls her teenage romance with a boy named Leroy. All she remembers is that Leroy was a genuinely good guy and that his family owned a vineyard--in Sonoma. Jan insists they look for him, and the search begins. Beyond the slim chance they'd ever be able to find him are questions that have haunted Brynna for decades: What is the point of digging up the past? and Can Leroy ever forgive me for losing touch? 

 The Match by Harlan Coben
After months away, Wilde has returned.
Suddenly, a DNA match brings Wilde closer to his past than he's ever dreamed, and gives him the opening he needs to track down his father.
Wilde reaches out to his last lead, a cousin who disappears as quickly as he resurfaces.
Was his cousin's downfall a long time coming? Or was he the victim of a conspiracy? And how does it all connect to the man once known as The Stranger, a fugitive with a growing following?

 A Relative Murder by Jude Deveraux
Sara Medlar shares stories about other people, but she hoped the truth about her family would never surface. Her home is her refuge and she loves having her niece Kate and friend Jack Wyatt together under her roof.
When the sheriff leaves on vacation, Jack is appointed deputy. So when Kate stumbles upon a body while visiting a friend, the Medlar Three are back in the sleuthing game.
It doesn't take long to discover that the murder and the new man in town are somehow related. When the stranger's identity is revealed, Sara realizes her own story is about to unravel and she fears she'll lose Kate and Jack. But she hopes that love and honesty will win out over lies and deceit.

The Recovery Agent by Janet Evanovich
Gabriela Rose is a recovery agent, she's hired to seek treasures, heirlooms, and assets of any kind. But Gabriela's latest job is for her own family, whose home is going to be wiped off the map if they can't come up with a lot of money fast.
Inspired by a family legend, Gabriela sets off for Peru in pursuit of the Ring of Solomon and the lost treasure of Cortez. But this job comes with a problem attached to it--Gabriela's ex-husband, Rafer. He has the map that possibly points the way, and he's not about to let Gabriela find it without him.
When they aren't bickering, the two make a formidable team, and it's going to take a team to find the ring.

The Golden Couple by Greer Hendricks
If Avery Chambers can't fix you in 10 sessions, she won't take you on as a client. Her successes are phenomenal and almost absorb the emptiness she feels since her husband's death. Marissa and Mathew Bishop seem like the golden couple--until Marissa cheats. She wants to repair things and decides to take a chance on Avery, who lost her license due to controversial methods. When the Bishops glide through Avery's door and Marissa reveals her infidelity, all three are set on a collision course. Because it's no longer simply a marriage in danger.

The Summer Getaway by Susan Mallery
Robyn Caldwell has nurtured her family and neglected herself. Her daughter has become a demanding bride, her son won't consider college, her friend is on the brink of marital disaster, and her ex is making a decision that could bring everything crashing down on Robyn's head. So when her great-aunt Lillian invites her to Santa Barbara, Robyn hops on the first plane.
The more time Robyn spends with Lillian, the more she sees the appeal in taking chances--on dreams, on love, on family. All she has to do is muster the courage to take a chance on herself.

The Darkest Place by Phillip Margolin
Robin Lockwood is a defense attorney. As a favor to a judge, Robin takes on the pro bono case of a defendant charged with reprehensible crimes. She doesn't know that this one decision will wreak devastation on her life.
As she recovers from those consequences, Robin heads home to her family. Another legal challenge presents itself- Marjorie Loman, a surrogate, is accused of kidnapping the baby she carried for a couple, and assaulting them in the process. There's no question that she committed these actions but that's not the same as being guilty of the crime. Robin learns that Marjorie has been hiding under a fake identity and is facing a warrant for her arrest for another crime. The truth may once again have deadly consequences.

Fear Thy Neighbor by Fern Michaels
Alison Marshall is ready to find a place to call home. With no family and no ties, she's drifted from one town to another since high school, working, saving, and building a nest egg. Once she finds the right place to settle down, she'll know. When she reaches Palmetto Island, she thinks she may have found it.
The community seems to have everything Alison needs. On a hunch, she contacts the realtor, and learns that a house is on the market. Miraculously, it's in her budget.
At first, it’s everything she hoped it would be. But she uncovers a dark side. The locals have a secret, and once Alison discovers what it is, she faces a choice. She can stay and join them-- or escape. But leaving brings its own risks, and Alison is starting to wonder if coming to Palmetto Island is the last mistake she'll ever make...

Run, Rose, Run by James Patterson and Dolly Parton 
Every song tells a story. 
She's a star on the rise, singing about the hard life behind her. 
She's also on the run. Find a future, lose a past. 
Nashville is where she's come to claim her destiny. It's also where the darkness she's fled might find her. And destroy her. 

Along the Rio Grande by Tracie Peterson
When bankruptcy forces Susanna Jenkins to follow her family to New Mexico, what they see as a failure she sees as a fresh start. Owen Turner is immediately attracted to Susanna, but he's afraid of opening up again, especially as painful memories are stirred up. But if Owen can't face the past, he'll miss out on his greatest chance at love.

 High Stakes by Danielle Steel
Jane arrives in New York to start a job at a talent agency and jumps right in as an assistant to Hailey, an agent in the literary department.
Hailey is dedicated, but her life is challenging. After her husband's death, she was left with three children to raise.
Francine is also a single mom. She has overcome hardships, but only with unbearable sacrifice.
Allie’s life is carefree and uncomplicated. She relishes her success and loves working --until a relationship with one of her clients threatens to derail her career.
Merriwether is the CFO for the agency and appears to have it all-- until her husband's jealousy threatens to blow everything up.
Even though she's new, Jane realizes that there are secrets hidden here. She has the least power, but is also the least willing to accept things as they have been. When she puts everything on the line to right those wrongs, the consequences will leave no one unscathed.

 A Safe House by Stuart Woods
Stone Barrington is looking forward to some quiet time in New York City, until he is asked to transport top-secret cargo across the Atlantic. Taking on the challenge, Stone flies off unaware of what--or who--he is bringing with him. 
His plans to lie low are quickly spoiled when a dispatcher tracks down Stone and his mystery guest, intent on payback. From the English countryside to the balmy beaches of Key West, Stone is on an international mission to hide and protect those closest to him.