The Crisis (Dan Lenson, Book 12) by David Poyer

By David Poyer

Naval Commander Dan Lenson and his Tactical research workforce specialise in out of the field army assign ments. Comprising sailors, army SEALS, and civilians, the crowd investigates and defuses naval threats world wide.

Dan and his crew are assigned to 'transform' a patrol craft squadron within the crimson Sea right into a leaner, meaner military. suggest - whereas, in northern Africa, drought and famine have introduced a country to the threshold of civil struggle. while the USA makes a decision on intervention to stabilize the zone, Dan and his group turn into the purpose humans for the humanitarian challenge. while a charismatic younger jihadist coordinates a ferocious insur gency opposed to the U.S. presence, Dan and his workforce needs to kill him that allows you to shop millions of lives.

With intriguing motion, espionage, and unique locales, The obstacle asks larger questions on our tasks to alleviate the soreness of alternative international locations, the chance of yank lives to rescue foreigners, and the position of democratic govt in countries with out important management.

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Blackbox by Nick Walker

By Nick Walker

Go a street, take a educate, or get on an plane and also you placed your existence within the palms of a stranger -- each piece as screwed up, every piece as fallible and as human as you're. Then the individual seems to not be a stranger in any respect, and unexpectedly it's a lot worse.
In the US and Britain and the sky in among, an it sounds as if disparate workforce of individuals is attached, even if in detail or unintentionally, to the tragic dying of a stowaway on board flight AF266.

As the motion veers throughout nations and time zones, the stowaway's genuine id is printed via stolen black field recordings, answering laptop messages, sitcom outtakes, and court docket transcripts. advised in a moving, round narrative, the interwoven lives make up a jolting and layered puzzle that builds to a heart-stopping, chilling climax.

An clever and invigorating novel with a strange menu of dysfunctional characters, Blackbox is the tale of an try and erase a existence on tape.

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Blood Brothers: A Short Story Exclusive (The Order of The by James Rollins, Rebecca Cantrell

By James Rollins, Rebecca Cantrell

From New York Times bestselling authors James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell comes a gloomy tale of homicide, secret, and a brotherhood steeped in a bloody past.

As a tender reporter, Arthur Crane uncovered the secrets and techniques in the back of the Orchid Killer, a cult assassin from the past due '60s whose crimes blackened the tip of the summer time of affection. part a century later, Arthur wakes to discover an orchid resting on his pillow, an emblem of demise from a killer hooked up to his estranged more youthful brother, Christian. to find the frightening fact, Arthur will danger all--even his very soul--for Christian will not be the brother that Arthur remembers...

Included with this exciting tale is a sneak peek at Innocent Blood, the second one publication within the Order of the Sanguines Series.

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Motive (Alex Delaware, Book 30) by Jonathan Kellerman

By Jonathan Kellerman

The number one big apple instances bestselling writer Jonathan Kellerman writes razor-sharp novels that minimize to the short. Now comes cause, which pits psychologist Alex Delaware and murder cop Milo Sturgis opposed to a vicious felony mind—the variety in simple terms Kellerman can carry to chilling life.

Even having hundreds and hundreds of closed circumstances to his credits can't retain LAPD police lieutenant Milo Sturgis from agonizing over the crimes that don't get solved—and the sufferers who pass with no justice. sufferers like Katherine Hennepin, a tender girl strangled and stabbed in her domestic. A unmarried suspect with a fantastic alibi ends up in a lifeless end—one even Alex Delaware's professional perception can't clarify. the one factor to do is circulation directly to the subsequent homicide case—because there's regularly a subsequent one.

This time the sufferer is Ursula Corey: a winning, beautiful divorceé who's been gunned down—not a theft yet an execution, a criminal offense that smacks of easy, savage revenge. And besides that...

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Fallen (Will Trent, Book 5) by Karin Slaughter

By Karin Slaughter

There's no police education more desirable than a cop's intuition. religion Mitchell's mom isn't answering her mobile. Her entrance door is open. There's a bloodstain above the knob. every thing religion discovered within the academy is going out the window whilst she fees into her mother's condo, gun drawn. She sees a guy useless within the laundry room, a hostage state of affairs within the bed room. What she doesn't see is her mom. while the hostage state of affairs turns lethal, religion is left with too many questions. She'll want assistance from her companion, Will Trent, and trauma health practitioner Sara Linton to get a few solutions. yet religion isn't only a cop anymore, she's a witness--and a suspect. to discover her mom, religion should move the skinny blue line and convey the reality to light--or bury it forever.

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The Executor by Jesse Kellerman

By Jesse Kellerman

A masterful, creative mystery from a remarkably guaranteed and regularly brilliant younger writer.

Perpetual graduate scholar Joseph Geist is at his wit's finish. lately kicked out in their shared residence via his female friend, he's left with little greater than a part bust of Nietzsche's head and the belief that he's homeless and unemployed. He's hit a lifeless finish on his dissertation; his investment has been bring to a halt. He doesn't also have a telephone. determined for a few resource of source of revenue, he searches the neighborhood newspaper and reveals a curious advert:

CONVERSATIONALIST SOUGHT.
severe candidates simply.
PLEASE name 617-XXX-XXXX
among SEVEN A.M. AND P.M.
NO SOLICITORS.

And so Joseph meets Alma Spielman: a girl who, along with her old-world methods and razor-sharp brain, is his highbrow soul mate. How is he to understand that what appears the easiest choice of his existence is the person who seals his destiny?

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Pleasantville by Attica Locke

By Attica Locke

LONGLISTED FOR THE BAILEY’S WOMEN’S PRIZE FOR FICTION

From Attica Locke, a author and manufacturer of FOX’s Empire, this subtle mystery sees attorney Jay Porter—hero of her bestseller Black Water Rising—return to struggle one final case, purely to develop into embroiled in a deadly video game of shadowy politics and a witness to how a long way these in strength are keen to visit win.

Fifteen years after his career-defining case opposed to Cole Oil, Jay Porter is broke and drained. That victory may need gained the environmental legal professional repute, yet because of a string of appeals, he hasn't visible a dime. His most recent case—representing Pleasantville within the wake of a chemical fire—is dragging on, shaking his self assurance and elevating doubts approximately him inside of this upwardly cellular black neighborhood on Houston's north aspect. even though Jay nonetheless believes in doing what's correct, he's performed combating different people's battles. as soon as he has his piece of the payment, the only father goes to commit himself to what issues most—his children.

His plans are unexpectedly derailed whilst a feminine crusade volunteer vanishes at the evening of Houston's mayoral election, throwing an already contentious crusade into chaos. The accused is none except the nephew and crusade supervisor of 1 of the major candidates—a scion of a favorite Houston relations headed through the ambitious Sam Hathorne. regardless of all of the symptoms suggesting that his customer is guilty—and his personal misgivings—Jay can't refuse whilst a guy as prosperous and hooked up as Sam asks him to go up the security. no longer if he desires that new lifestyles together with his young children. yet he has to win.

Plunging right into a shadowy international of bold enemies and treacherous allies armed with cash, lies, and secrets and techniques, Jay reluctantly takes on his first homicide trial—a case that would positioned him and his consumer, and a whole political technique, on trial.

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Stealing Shadows (Shadows Trilogy, Book 1) by Kay Hooper

By Kay Hooper

What in the event you can input a madman's merciless brain as he plans his vicious crimes? What in case you can see the terrified face of his prey as he strikes in for the kill--but you can't cease his frenzy as soon as he strikes?

Psychic Cassie Neill is helping the L.A. police seize killers--until she makes a poor mistake and an blameless baby dies. Cassie flees to a small North Carolina city, hoping quiet lifestyles will silence the voices that invade her unwilling brain. yet Cassie's talents comprehend few barriers. And she's turn into certain--as nobody else can be--that a assassin is stalking Ryan's Bluff.

It's his fury that Cassie senses first, then his foul recommendations and perverse pleasure. but she doesn't understand who he's or the place he'll strike. The sheriff won't even hearken to her--until the 1st physique is located precisely the place and the way she expected. Now a suspect herself, she races desperately to unmask the killer within the in basic terms means she is familiar with: by means of coming into his twisted brain. Her each step is loaded with worry and uncertainty...because if he senses her inside him, he'll seize her there, so deep she'll by no means locate her approach out.

In Stealing Shadows, Kay Hooper introduces FBI agent Noah Bishop, whose infrequent reward for seeing what others don't is helping him remedy the main perplexing instances. Now, Bishop's adventures proceed in new electrifying stories of psychic suspense.

Beware of what you spot. It's sunrise while the police arrive on the homicide scene. The sufferer is propped opposed to a tree, her eyes nonetheless open, her head tilted, her lips parted in a silent cry. simply as Cassie Neill anticipated. simply as she observed whereas she used to be contained in the killer's brain. The killer knew she used to be there. And subsequent time he won't permit her escape.

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Live to Tell (Detective D.D. Warren, Book 4) by Lisa Gardner

By Lisa Gardner

BONUS: This variation contains the total textual content of the unconventional plus the next content:
-- Lisa Gardner on Detective D.D. Warren: Who used to be the muse for D.D. Warren? discover during this essay.
-- An excerpt from Lisa Gardner's Love You More.

He is aware every thing approximately you--including the 1st position you'll hide.

On a hot summer season evening in a single of Boston's working-class neighborhoods, an unthinkable crime has been devoted: 4 contributors of a relations were brutally murdered. The father--and attainable suspect--now lies clinging to lifestyles within the ICU. Murder-suicide? Or anything worse? Veteran police detective D. D. Warren is bound of just one factor: There's extra to this example than meets the eye.

Danielle Burton is a survivor, a committed nurse whose ardour is to assist young children at a locked-down pediatric psych ward. yet she is still haunted by way of a kin tragedy that shattered her existence approximately twenty-five years in the past. The darkish anniversary is impending, and while D. D. Warren and her companion appear on the facility, Danielle instantly realizes: It has began again.

A committed mom, Victoria Oliver has a troublesome time remembering what normalcy is like. yet she's going to do something to make sure that her bothered son has a few semblance of a early life. she is going to love him it doesn't matter what. Nurture him. maintain him secure. safeguard him. even if the possibility comes from inside of her personal apartment.

In New York Times bestselling writer Lisa Gardner’s so much compelling paintings of suspense thus far, the lives of those 3 ladies spread and fasten in unforeseen methods, as sins from the prior emerge—and gorgeous secrets and techniques exhibit simply how tightly blood ties can bind. occasionally the main devastating crimes are those closest to domestic.

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Blood Ties by Samantha Hayes

By Samantha Hayes

January 1992. a toddler lady is left by myself for a second. lengthy adequate for a mom to sprint right into a store. lengthy sufficient for a kid to be taken.

Thirteen years later, solicitor Robert Knight's stepdaughter wins a spot at a prestigious London college for the proficient. the one puzzle is his spouse Erin’s response. Why is she so reluctant to enable Ruby move? Doesn't she wish what's most sensible for her? As Erin grows extra evasive, Robert can’t aid yet consider she has whatever to conceal, and while he stumbles on mysterious letters, he discovers she has been mendacity to him. someplace in his wife’s earlier lies a mystery; a surprising mystery that threatens to ruin everything..

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