December 2020

The Berlin Girl, Mandy Robotham … In 1938 Berlin, a fledgling, young reporter and a fellow Londoner put their lives on the line to uncover the unspeakable truth about Germany under Hitler in the new novel by the author of The German Midwife.


Hush-Hush, Stuart Woods … Stone Barrington is settling in for some downtime in New York City when an anonymous enemy makes himself known. This nameless foe's threats hit close to home, and before Stone can retaliate, the fearsome messages turn into very real consequences.


The Mystery of Mrs. Christie, Marie Benedict … Claiming amnesia after going missing for more than a week in late 1926, up-and-coming mystery author Agatha Christie pens a chilling story that brashly implicates her war-hero husband.


Perestroika in Paris, Jane Smiley … Coexisting in the lush hidden spaces of Paris until cold weather arrives, an escaped racehorse and her companion, a German shorthaired pointer, forge a bond with a boy living in seclusion with his nonagenarian grandmother in an ivy-covered house.


The Wrong Family, Tarryn Fisher … An off-kilter narrator witnesses the slow unraveling of a couple’s strained marriage that erupts in unexpected ways, in a chilling tale of domestic suspense by the best-selling author of The Wives.



January 2021:  American Traitor, Brad Taylor … Before She Disappeared, Lisa Gardner … The Children’s Blizzard, Melanie Benjamin … The Lost Boys, Faye KellermanNeighbors, Danielle Steel … The Russian, James Patterson … The Scorpion’s Tail, Lincoln Child … Tropic of Stupid, Tim Dorsey … Twenty, James Grippando


February 2021:  Blink of an Eye, Iris Johansen …  Faithless in Death, J.D. Robb … The Four Winds, Kristin Hannah … The Kaiser’s Web, Steve Berry … The Power Couple, Alex Berenson … The Survivors, Jane Harper

March 2021:  The Affair, Danielle Steel … The Bounty, Janet Evanovich … The Committed, Viet Thanh Nguyen … Eternal, Lisa Scottoline … A Matter of Life and Death, Phillip Margolin … The Red Book, James Patterson … Sunflower Sisters, Martha Hall Kelly … Win, Harlan Coben