Western, suspense, drama, mystery, romance and you may even find it all in one book!
Barclay, Linwood, author.
Tech millionaire Miles Cookson has everything he could dream of - except time. He has recently been diagnosed with a terminal illness, and there is a fifty percent chance that it can be passed on to the next generation. Through a sperm donor program, somewhere out there, he has kids - nine of them. As Miles begins to search for the children he's never known, Chloe Swanson embarks on a quest to find her biological father. After Miles and Chloe connect, Miles's other potential heirs are vanishing - every trace of them wiped out, like they never existed at all.
Maxwell, Alyssa, author.
"In the late nineteenth century, Newport, Rhode Island, society reporter Emma Chase witnesses a woman trying to approach Senator George Wetmore's wife at a polo match. The next morning Emma is called to the Senator's home--where the intruder lies dead at the foot of the grand staircase--and asked to investigate the death."-- Provided by publisher.
Steel, Danielle, author
After a carefree childhood, Mary Margaret Kelly came of age in the shadow of grief. Now on her own, feeling a sense of adventure for the first time, Maggie decides to face her fears, setting off on a whirlwind trip from San Francisco to Rome, Paris, and Monaco. Her travels reconnect her with the very same irresistible, thrill-seeking man she's spent thirty years trying to forget. While Maggie tries to outrun her fears and painful memories of her past, fate will surprise her in the most astounding of ways, as she walks the tightrope between danger and courage, and between wisdom and love.
Casey, Elizabeth Lynn, author.
"Librarian Tori Sinclair and the ladies of the Southern Sewing Circle rally to help one of their members catch a killer when her son is targeted as the prime suspect in the murder of his business partner, who had been a long-time rival of his."-- Provided by publisher.
Benedict, Marie, author
The remarkable story of J. P. Morgan's personal librarian, Belle da Costa Greene, the Black American woman who was forced to hide her true identity and pass as white to leave a lasting legacy that enriched the nation.
Kane, Jim, 1913-1983, author.
"Texas Ranger Luke Riatt rides into Crown Basin to apprehend his fellow Ranger, Lee Stringer, who killed two people and robbed a stage. Lee has rejoined his family who working with a renegade gang that wants to rid the country of law."-- Provided by publisher.
Hilton, Francis W., author
"Range detective Steve Laird goes to Badger Basin to roundup the Skyline Riders, a notorious gang of horse thieves, but his plans to keep a low profile go awry when bests the Denver Kid at shooting and riding and antagonizes rancher Silver Powers. Instead of being the hunter, he becomes the hunted, accused of murder and kidnapping"-- Provided by publisher.
Constantine, Liv, author.
Addison's about to get married, but she's not looking forward to the big day. It's not her fiancé; he's a wonderful man. It's because Addison doesn't know who she really is. A few years ago, a kind driver found her bleeding next to a New Jersey highway and rescued her. While her physical wounds healed, Addison's memory never returned. She doesn't know her real name. Or how she ended up injured on the side of a road. Or why she can't shake the notion that she may have done something very, very bad ... In a posh home in the Boston suburbs, Julian tries to figure out what happened to his loving, caring wife, Cassandra, who disappeared without a trace two years ago. She would never have left him and their seven-year-old daughter Valentina of her own free will -- or would she? As these two lives intersect, The Stranger in the Mirror hooks readers with riveting drama, told with Liv Constantine's hallmark blend of glamour, tense psychological thrills, and jaw-dropping twists.
Gaynor, Hazel, author.
New York, 1937: When estranged sisters Clara and Madeleine Sommers learn their grandmother is dying, they agree to fulfill her last wish: to travel across Europe - together. They are to deliver three letters, in which Violet will say goodbye to those she hasn't seen since travelling to Europe forty years earlier. Constantly at odds with each other as they explore the luxurious Queen Mary, the Orient Express, and the sights of Paris and Venice, Clara and Madeleine wonder if they can fulfill Violet's wish, until a shocking truth about their family brings them closer together.
Alexander, V. S., author
"In the summer of 1942, as war rages across Europe, a series of anonymous leaflets appears around the University of Munich, speaking out against escalating Nazi atrocities. The leaflets are hidden in public places, or mailed to addresses selected at random from the phone book. Natalya Petrovich, a student, knows who is behind the leaflets--a secret group called the White Rose, led by siblings Hans and Sophie Scholl and their friends. As a volunteer nurse on the Russian front, Natalya witnessed the horrorsof war first-hand. She willingly enters the White Rose's circle, where every hushed conversation, every small act of dissent could mean imprisonment or death at the hands of an infuriated Gestapo. Natalya risks everything alongside her friends, hoping the power of words will encourage others to resist. But even among those she trusts most, there is no guarantee of safety--and when danger strikes, she must take an extraordinary gamble in her own personal struggle to survive"-- Provided by publisher.
Pears, Tim, 1956- author.
"The powerful second novel in Tim Pears's acclaimed West Country trilogy. Two teenagers, bound by love yet divided by fate, forge separate paths in England before World War I. 1912. Leo Sercombe is on a journey. Aged thirteen and banished from the secluded farm of his childhood, he travels through Devon, grazing on berries and sleeping in the woods. Behind him lies the past, and before him the West Country, spread out like a tapestry. But a wanderer is never alone for long, try as he might--and soon Leo is taken in by gypsies, with their wagons, horses, and vivid attire. Yet he knows he cannot linger, and must forge on toward the western horizon. Leo's love, Lottie, is at home. Life on the estate continues as usual, yet nothing is as it was. Her father is distracted by the promise of new love and Lottie is increasingly absorbed in the natural world: the profusion of wild flowers in the meadow, the habits of predators, and the mysteries of anatomy. And of course, Leo is absent. How will the two young people ever find each other again? In The Wanderers, Tim Pears's writing, both transcendent and sharply focused, reaches new heights, revealing the beauty and brutality that coexist in nature. Timeless, searching, charged with raw energy and gentle humor, this is a delicately wrought tale of adolescence; of survival; of longing, loneliness, and love."-- Provided by publisher.
Nye, Nelson C. (Nelson Coral), 1907-1997, author
"Not far from Tombstone, Arizona, Burt Alvord agrees to help Bella Norton save her ranch, but can't pass up the opportunity to organize a train robbery"-- Provided by publisher.