Peace Talks by Jim Butcher: When the Supernatural nations of the world meet up to negotiate an end to ongoing hostilities, Harry Dresden, Chicago's only professional wizard, joins the White Council's security team to make sure the talks stay civil. But can he succeed, when dark political manipulations threaten the very existence of Chicago--and all he holds dear?

Chaos by Iris Johansen: CIA agent Alisa Flynn is determined to rescue schoolgirls kidnapped from their African boarding school in a ripped-from-the-headlines story. But Alisa is hiding her personal stake in the rescue from her co-conspirator and billionaire inventor Gabe Korgan, and when the truth gets out, the stakes grow even higher. Now Alisa and Gabe's budding relationship may be at a breaking point.

The Stone Wall by Beverly Lewis: A Lancaster County tour guide researches her Alzheimer's patient grandmother's Plain heritage and the story behind a mysterious stone wall while confronting a difficult choice about her growing feelings for a handsome Mennonite and a young Amish widower.

Muzzled by David Rosenfelt: Beth reunites lost dogs with their owners. Over the years, she's helped Andy reunite countless dogs from the Tara Foundation--the dog-rescue foundation that's Andy's true passion--with their owners. A particular case is weighing on Beth. Months of searching for a stray's owner led to a gruesome discovery: the owner had been murdered. Andy is happy to help, but that that's not why Beth is there ... the 'murdered' owner contacted Beth, and he wants his dog back.

The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs: Natalie Harper feels she must sell the bookshop she's inherited to pay for her grandfather's care, but he refuses to acquiesce. After she moves into the small studio apartment above the shop, Natalie carries out her grandfather's request and hires contractor Peach Gallagher to do the necessary and ongoing repairs. His young daughter, Dorothy, also becomes a regular at the store, and she and Natalie begin reading together while Peach works.

Trouble Is What I Do by Walter Mosley: Leonid McGill's spent a lifetime building his reputation as a private investigator in New York. Catfish is a ninety-four-year-old Mississippi blues-man who needs Leonid's help with a simple task: deliver a letter revealing the black lineage of a wealthy heiress and her corrupt father. But when a famed and feared assassin puts out a hit on Catfish, Leonid has no choice but to confront the ghost of his own felonious past.

Deadlock by Catherine Coulter: A series of three red boxes are delivered personally to Savich at the Hoover Building, each one containing puzzle pieces of a town only FBI agent Pippa Cinelli recognizes. Savich sends in Cinelli to investigate undercover but someone knows who she is. Savich and Sherlock are up to their eyebrows in danger, but can they figure out the red box puzzle and the young wife's secret before it's too late?

Cajun Justice by James Patterson: Cain had the dream job he had always wanted, protecting the President, until a single night resulted in a scandal that lost him his post. Needing a new direction for his life and with help from his sister who works in Japan, Cain takes a job in Tokyo as head of security detail for a very successful and important CEO. What he thought was a simple security post unravels a tangled web of corruption, greed, and extortion, but now Cain is on his own and without the wealth of resources he had with the Secret Service.

A Walk along the Beach by Debbie Macomber: Inseparable since the sudden loss of their mother as teenagers, Willa and Harper Lakey are perfect opposites. When a handsome customer shows interest in Willa, Harper urges her sister to take a chance on love--something totally out of Willa's comfort zone. But just as Willa begins to explore the possibilities, Harper receives crushing news that threatens to bring everything to a screeching halt.

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