Tuesday, June 19, 2007

New books by bestselling authors

We have some new books on the shelves by some of the most popular names in fiction:
Robert B. Parker has just published his sixth mystery novel featuring Boston private investigator Sunny Randall. In Spare Change, Sunny teams up with her father - a retired policeman - to track down a serial killer from her dad's past who has recently resurfaced.

Lindsey Davis has written the 18th installment in her Marcus Didius Falco mystery series. In Saturnalia, Falco must track down a missing fugitive destined for sacrifice during the Roman holiday of Saturnalia, and the missing brother of his partner Helena Justina. (If you are a big fan of the historic setting of these mysteries, you might also try the Gordianus the Finder novels of Steven Saylor and the John the Eunuch mysteries of Mary Reed).

Suspense author Jeffrey Deaver introduces a new heroine in The Sleeping Doll. Special Agent Kathryn Dance is caught in a battle of wits with an escaped murderer whose crimes mimicked those of Charles Manson. Expect lots of plot twists, fast-paced action, and nail-biting suspense.

Perennial bestseller Clive Cussler has added another Kurt Austin adventure novel to the shelves. Co-authored by Paul Kemprecos, The Navigator sees Austin hunting for a stolen Phoenician statue stolen from a Baghdad museum. What is so special about this statue that people are willing to kill - and die - for it?

Find these gripping new novels, along with many other gems, on our new book shelves this week.

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