Country: a Novel by Danielle Steel.

Country: a Novel by Danielle Steel. Stephanie Adams is a stay-at-home mother countrystuck in a loveless marriage for the sake of the children. Suddenly, at the early age of 52, her husband dies, and she is forced to move on with her life as she juggles loneliness and her children’s grief. On a chance road trip her life changes when she meets country music star Chase Taylor and
their mutual attraction opens up a whole new world.

Inspector of the Dead by David Morrell

Inspector of the Dead by David Morrell. The year is 1855 and deadas the Crimean war rages the British losses cause the fall of the government. As the Empire teeters , along comes one of the most idiosyncratic personalities of Victorian England, opium-eater Thomas De Quincy, tracking a killer targeting prominent Londoners. De Quincey comes to the conclusion that the ultimate victim will be Victoria herself.

The President’s Shadow by Brad Meltzer

The President’s Shadow by Brad Meltzer.  It appears
presidentthat Ward Beecher has an ordinary job working with the National Archives but he has a much more important mission. He is a member of the Culper Ring, a secret society formed by George Washington. The current President needs the Culper Ring’s
help after a severed arm is discovered buried in the White House Rose Garden. The trail leads Beecher to one of  our
country’s greatest secrets.

In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume.

 In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume.
  It is 1987
unlikelyand Miri Ammerman has returned to her home town of
Elizabeth, New Jersey to commemorate the worst year of her life. In 1952, thirty five years earlier when she was fifteen and in love for the first time,  a succession of plane crashes devastated her community. Blume paints a vivid portrait of the early 50’s: its love and friendships, its fads and music, A-Bomb hysteria and rumors of the communist threat. Blume uses actual events that she experienced to remind us that from one generation to another life goes on.

The Precipice: a novel by Paul Doiron.

The Precipice: a novel by Paul Doiron. Maine Game Warden precipiceMike Bowditch joins the desperate search for two female hikers who have disappeared on a
remote stretch of the Appalachian Trail. Eventually two corpses are found, their bones picked clean by increasingly aggressive coyotes. Soon Maine is panicked by the fear of killer coyotes but Mike’s girlfriend wildlife biologist Stacey Stevens insists that the scavengers are being wrongly blamed. She believes that there is a two legged murderer loose and when Stacey disappears the search turns personal.

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