U is for Undertow – Sue Grafton
Kinsey Millhone takes on a twenty-one year old cold case when a young man tells her that he may have witnessed the victim’s burial when he was six years old.
Pirate Latitudes – Michael Crichton
In 1665 Jamaica, Captain Charles Hunter recruits a crew of cutthroats and renegades to take on a Spanish galleon carrying a fortune in gold.
Trial by Fire – J.A. Jance
As Ali Reynolds and Sister Anselm work to identify the amnesiac victim of a house fire, they begin to realize that discovering who she is may place her in even greater danger.
The Paris Vendetta – Steve Berry
A former operative for the Justice Department uncovers a conspiracy of multi-millionaires that centers on the location of the lost treasures of Napoleon.
Nanny Returns – Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus
The heroine of The Nanny Diaries returns to New York after twelve years abroad only to once again be drawn into the lives of her former employers.
Stones Into Schools – Greg Mortenson
The author of Three Cups of Tea recounts his ongoing efforts to establish schools for girls in Afghanistan and to promote peace through education and literacy.
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