NEW BOOKS — MARCH 2018

FICTION
  • The Bishop’s Pawn—Steve Berry
  • The Flight Attendant—Chris Bohjalian
  • Gods of Howl Mountain—Taylor Brown
  • The Rising Sea—Clive Cussler and Graham Brown
  • I’ll Be Your Blue Sky—Marisa de los Santos
  • As You Wish—Jude Deveraux
  • Every Note Played—Lisa Genova
  • A Dangerous Game—Heather Graham
  • The Family Next Door—Sally Hepworth
  • The Woman Left Behind—Linda Howard
  • Mrs.—Caitlin Macy
  • The Third Victim—Philip Margolin
  • The Neighbors—Hannah Roberts McKinnon
  • The Escape Artist—Brad Meltzer
  • Sweet Vengeance—Fern Michaels
  • Truth or Dare—Fern Michaels
  • One House Over—Mary Monroe
  • The River House—Carla Neggers
  • Closer than You Know—Brad Parks
  • Red Alert (NYPD Red)—James Patterson and Marshall Karp
  • Alternate Side—Anna Quindlen
  • Bone Music—Christopher Rice
  • The Kremlin Conspiracy—Joel C. Rosenberg
  • Accidental Heroes—Danielle Steel
  • The Shape of Water—Guillermo del Toro and Daniel Kraus
  • Caribbean Rim—Randy Wayne White
  • The Feed—Nick Clark Windo
MYSTERY FICTION
  • The Darling Dahlias and the Unlucky Clover—Susan Wittig Albert
  • The Disappeared—C.J. Box
  • Crimson Lake—Candice Fox
  • The Punishment She Deserves—Elizabeth George
  • Duel to the Death—J.A. Jance
  • The Bags of Tricks Affair—Bill Pronzini
  • Fade to Black—David Rosenfelt
  • To Die but Once—Jacqueline Winspear
LARGE PRINT FICTION
  • If I Leave—Terri Blackstock
  • Seeds of Hope—Barbara Cameron
  • The Road Home—Beverly Lewis
  • Red Alert (NYPD Red)—James Patterson and Marshall Karp
  • A Breath of Hope—Lauraine Snelling
WESTERN FICTION
  • Call Me Lonesome—Brett Cogburn
  • Snake Oil: Too Good to be True—Marcus Galloway
SCIENCE FICTION
  • High Voltage—Karen Marie Moning
AUDIOBOOKS
  • The Flight Attendant—Chris Bohjalian
  • Red Alert (NYPD Red)—James Patterson and Marshall Karp
NON-FICTION
  • May We Forever Stand: A History of the Black National Anthem—Imani Perry
  • When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing—Daniel H. Pink
  • The Common Good—Robert B. Reich