By Tom Clancy
The surprising and outstanding assassination of 3 American officers in Colombia.
Many humans in lots of locations, relocating off on missions all of them mistakenly inspiration they understood.
The destiny used to be too anxious for contemplation, and past the predicted end strains have been issues that, as soon as determined, have been higher left unseen.
Tom Clancy's new mystery is predicated on America's conflict on medicinal drugs . . . and the covert -- and surprising -- U. S. reaction.
By Ian Rankin
Michael Weston is paid wealthy his paintings and ask no questions. if you find yourself a certified murderer, overall secrecy is a part of the activity. yet after a profitable venture in London, the police are instantly on his tail. How did they understand how to discover him? And who's his nameless company? Why did she or he wish his aim, a television reporter, killed? used to be he manage from the beginning? The questions lead Weston to his nemesis Hoffer, a personal detective who has been looking him for years. Ever considering that Weston by accident killed an blameless American lady, her grieving father has hired Hoffer on a continuing challenge to deliver Weston to justice. may well Hoffer ultimately have set a snare that labored? Weston units out to discover his mysterious business enterprise, touring from London to Glasgow to Seattle-even if it ability encountering Hoffer face-to-face ultimately. With the intense eye for personality and taut pacing that experience made him an the world over popular bestseller, Ian Rankin gives you a gripping tale that examines what occurs whilst the murderer turns into the objective, and proves once more that "in Rankin, you can't get it wrong" (Boston Globe).
By Elizabeth George
"George explores her characters' desires and fears with a penetrating grace that makes examining her books a joy."
—Washington put up ebook World
"Elizabeth George reigns as queen of the secret style. The Lynley books represent the neatest, such a lot gratifyingly complicated and impassioned secret sequence now being published."
The spellbinding new Inspector Lynley novel from Elizabeth George, New York Times bestselling writer of Careless in Red and What got here earlier than He Shot Her.
By Penny Hancock
One winter's afternoon, voice trainer Sonia opens the door of her appealing riverside domestic to fifteen-year-old Jez, the nephew of a relatives good friend. He's come to borrow a few track. Sonia invitations him in and shortly makes a decision that she isn't going to enable him depart. As Sonia's wish to retain Jez hidden and guarded from the skin global turns into all of the extra overpowering, she is haunted by way of thoughts of an extreme teenage dating, which progressively show a terrifying fact. The River condominium, Sonia's domestic considering formative years, holds secrets and techniques inside of its partitions. and out of doors, at the seashores of the Thames, new ones are coming in at the tide...
About the Author
After a number of years in London, Penny Hancock now lives in Cambridge together with her husband and 3 kids. She is a part-time basic university instructor at a speech and language institution and has travelled commonly as a language instructor. this is often her first novel.
By Ben Coes
When a delicate peace breaks down among Pakistan and India, the USA is pressured to interfere. whilst a speedily escalating battle threatens to engulf the total quarter, the president needs to give you the option to close it down immediately―or else face overall destruction for the area at huge.
With the clock ticking and Pakistan within the fingers of a non secular radical prepared to do something and danger every thing to accomplish his lethal plan, there's just one guy with the abilities and event to infiltrate the reside struggle theater and effectively execute a virtually very unlikely, unbelievably bold plan. His identify: Dewey Andreas. His challenge: to take away the Pakistani president from energy. Now the entire White condo has to do is use him…before time runs out.
By Marc Cameron
"Awesome." --Brad Thor
Hell Up Above
Special agent Jericho Quinn is a sought after guy. Suspected of homicide and marked for dying through a community of conspirators embedded within the White residence, Quinn is familiar with he has to get out of the country--fast--before a group of agreement killers locate him and his daughter. To set issues correct at domestic, he will need to take a nonstop flight from Anchorage, Alaska, to Vladivostok, Russia, aboard a huge Airbus A380. yet quickly after takeoff, it turns into obvious that Quinn and his daughter picked the incorrect aircraft. First, a passenger is brutally murdered. Then, Quinn is improper as a terrorist through an off-duty Air Marshal. As panic spreads via the aircraft and strain builds to the screaming element, the unthinkable occurs. anyone triggers a bomb. . .
Spoiler alert: This airplane is in titanic hassle.
Praise for the novels of Marc Cameron
"Action-packed, over-the-top."--Publishers Weekly on Act of Terror
"Fascinating characters with motion off-the-charts. Masterful." --Steve Berry on National Security
By Robert E. Howard
With Conan the Cimmerian, Robert E. Howard created greater than the best motion hero of the 20th century—he additionally introduced a style that got here to be referred to as sword and sorcery. yet Conan wasn’t the 1st archetypal
adventurer to spring from Howard’s fertile mind's eye.
“He used to be . . . a wierd mixing of Puritan and Cavalier, with a slightly of the traditional thinker, and greater than a marginally of the pagan. . . . A starvation in his soul drove him on and on, an urge to correct all wrongs, guard all weaker issues. . . . Wayward and stressed because the wind, he used to be constant in just one respect—he used to be actual to his beliefs of justice and correct. Such used to be Solomon Kane.”
Collected during this quantity, lavishly illustrated via award-winning artist Gary Gianni, are all the tales and poems that make up the exciting saga of the dour and lethal Puritan, Solomon Kane. jointly they represent a sprawling epic of peculiar myth event that stretches from sixteenth-century England to distant African jungles the place no white guy has set foot. listed here are shudder-inducing stories of vengeful ghosts and bloodthirsty demons, of darkish sorceries wielded by means of evil women and men, all hostile by way of a grim avenger armed with a fanatic’s religion and a warrior’s savage heart.
This variation additionally good points unique tale fragments, a biography of Howard through student Rusty Burke, and “In Memoriam,” H. P. Lovecraft’s relocating tribute to his pal and fellow literary genius.
By W.E.B. Griffin
Just as along with his notable army novels, thousands of readers were captured via the wealthy characters and brilliant realism of W. E. B. Griffin’s police dramas. “Griffin has the knack,” writes The Philadelphia Inquirer. He “sets his novel prior to you briefly, fierce, stop-for-nothing scenes. earlier than you recognize it, you’ve devoured it up.”
Now, in Final Justice, Detective Matt Payne of the Philadelphia police department—newly promoted to sergeant and assigned to Homicide—finds himself in the midst of 3 significant assignments. the 1st case, a deadly taking pictures at a fast-food eating place, turns out basic, yet swiftly turns into advanced. the second one, a rape that tumbled into homicide, begins advanced and in simple terms will get extra so, because it turns into obvious that the crime might be a part of a nerve-racking, and escalating, development. The 3rd is the main extraordinary, as Payne turns into concerned with a neighborhood determine who in the past fled the rustic, abandoning the mummified physique of his female friend in a trunk. Ever because, the assassin has been sending taunting postcards from his secure haven—but all that could be approximately to change.
Weaving in and round this already traumatic time table are the stopover at to Philadelphia of the self-absorbed celebrity of a sequence of inconceivable police videos, who desires Payne to teach him “the genuine stuff,” and the looks in Payne’s lifetime of very assorted ladies. both of them by myself will be sufficient to set his head spinning, yet jointly . . . this may be the main complicating factor of all.
packed with colour and aspect and plots as genuine because the headlines, this can be a riveting novel of the boys and girls who placed their lives at the line, from the cop at the beat to the commissioner himself. It’s a narrative of fears, risks, braveness, loyalty, and actual heroism: storytelling at its most sensible.
By Michael Gruber
A distinct Shakespearean pupil came across tortured to loss of life . . .
A misplaced manuscript and its secrets and techniques buried for hundreds of years . . .
An encrypted map that results in incalculable wealth . . .
The Washington Post known as Michael Gruber's earlier paintings "a miracle of clever fiction and one of the crucial novels of contemporary years." Now comes his such a lot intellectually provocative and compulsively readable novel yet.
Tap-tapping the keys and out come the phrases in this little monitor, and who will learn them I rarely understand. i'll be lifeless by the point somebody truly will get to learn them, as useless as, say, Tolstoy. Or Shakespeare. Does it subject, in the event you learn, if the person that wrote nonetheless lives?
These are the phrases of Jake Mishkin, whose probably blameless activity as an highbrow estate legal professional has placed him on the heart of a perilous conspiracy and a chase to discover a precious treasure concerning William Shakespeare. As he awaits a killer—or killers—unknown, Jake writes an account of the occasions that ended in this lethal endgame, a frantic chase that all started whilst a hearth in an antiquarian bookshop printed the hiding position of letters containing a stunning mystery, hid for 400 years. In a frantic race from big apple to England and Switzerland, Jake unearths himself matching wits with a shadowy determine who turns out to count on his each circulation. What in the beginning sounds like an exhilarating puzzle ready to be deciphered quickly becomes a deadly video game of cat-and-mouse, the place no one—not relations, now not associates, now not lovers—is to be trusted.
Moving among twenty-first-century the United States and seventeenth-century England, The e-book of Air and Shadows is a latest mystery that brilliantly re-creates William Shakespeare's existence on the flip of the 17th century and combines an creative and intricately layered plot with a devastating portrait of a modern guy on the point of self-discovery . . . or self-destruction.
By Linda Castillo
A hit-and-run twist of fate tears an Amish group aside during this NOVEL OF BREATHLESS SUSPENSE FROM NEW YORK occasions BESTSELLING writer LINDA CASTILLO.
It’s a wet evening in Painter’s Mill whilst, from out of nowhere, a rushing vehicle comes hurtling towards an Amish guy and his 3 childrens. What at the start appears like a sad yet regimen motor vehicle twist of fate turns into own for leader of Police Kate Burkholder whilst she discovers that the sufferers are the kinfolk of her adolescence good friend, Mattie.
“A stunner.”―Publishers Weekly (starred review)
As Kate delves into the research, she comes face-to-face along with her personal Amish previous and thoughts of transforming into up with Mattie, a rare good looks for whom difficulty hasn't ever been a ways at the back of. Is there anything extra to this mysterious vehicle crash that killed Mattie’s husband? what's Mattie hiding―and who's she attempting to defend? in the meantime, Mattie’s son―the just one who fairly understands what happened―clings to existence within the sanatorium, not able to speak. determined for solutions, Kate slowly uncovers the path of a stone-cold killer―one who's most likely dwelling one of the Amish, and calls into query every thing and everybody Kate has ever known…in Her final Breath.
“Masterful.”―Booklist (starred review)