No. 1 New York Times bestselling author J.D. Robb takes a look into the future of law and order in "Delusion in Death."
Eve Dallas' latest case in the year 2060 is a horrifying one to say the least. Someone has set off some sort of chemical that made all of the patrons at a local bar go completely insane and kill everyone around it. Investigators are horrified, especially by the possibility that this act of terrorism could happen again. When a popular lunchtime spot becomes the next target, Dallas and her coworkers and even a little help from Dallas' husband, Roarke, is needed to stop a terrifyingly intelligent killer whose past in linked to a delusional cult that wants to bring about the end of the world.
This is a cool, Law & Order of the future thriller that is terrifyingly realistic. It's a hardcore page-turner that will keep you up all night.
"Delusion in Death" is published by Putnam. It is $27.95 and 388 pages long.
New York Times bestselling author Tess Gerritsen returns to her Rizzoli & Isles series in "Last to Die."
Rizzoli is put on a a new grizzly case - a husband and wife and their adopted daughters are brutally murdered. Their foster son, Teddy, escaped. But this isn't the first murder Teddy has escaped - his parents were murdered exactly two years ago.
Meanwhile, Isles goes to visit her fellow survivor, Julian, at the exclusive boarding school he attends, Eversong. She soon learns that not all at Eversong is what it seems - the teachers and the students are all survivors of murders, and two students, Will and Claire, have stories eerily similar to Teddy's - foster parents murdered two years after their parents' death.
Rizzoli and Isles must now draw the links between Teddy, Will and Claire to discover a long-hidden secret organization, shadowy covert operations and a killer bent on revenge.
This is a fast-paced story with the popular detectives that will have fans screaming for more.
"Last to Die" is published by Ballantine Books. It is $27 and 338 pages long.
New York Times bestselling author Shannon McKenna blends organized crime, mystery and even a bit of science-fiction in "One Wrong Move."
Alex Aaro is called in by old friends to keep an eye on social worker Nina Christie, who was recently the subject of a strange attack. Her "aunt" injected her with a syringe of "something" and everyone is waiting to see what happens to her. But what does is the last thing that Alex or Nina expected - she starts getting telepathic abilities. And someone isn't thrilled about her new "talents" and is out to kill her. Alex and Nina are drawn together through the developing powers that both seem to have and an amazing chemistry. But they are both in incredible danger...
This is a slick combination that will thrill romance readers and suspense readers with a unique twist.
"One Wrong Move" is published by Kensington. It is $15 and 411 pages long.
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