Aric Davis “The Fort”

June 26th, 2013

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In the dog days of summer one year in the late ’80s, three 12-year-old boys are witness to a horrifying sight….

From their treehouse fort in the woods, the boys see a man holding a gun to a teenage girl’s back.

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But when they go to their parents, and the police, the boys find that no one is ready to believe them.

In Aric Davis‘s thriller ‘The Fort,” the boys know evil lives in their midst. And a growing sense of honor and urgency forces them to take action – to find the missing girl, to protect themselves, to stand guard for the last long days of summer.

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David Baldacci “The Sixth Man”

May 26th, 2011

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An accused serial killer is in prison, facing almost certain conviction at his upcoming trial, in David Baldacci‘s new thriller “The Sixth Man.” Suspect Edgar Roy’s attorney is not yet ready to give up the fight, and calls on Baldacci’s frequent protagonists Sean King and Michelle Maxwell to help him defend Roy.

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But Baldacci then builds a story that goes much deeper than one man’s alleged crime spree, and soon, questions of national security are leading King and Maxwell into increasingly-dangerous territory. More than just their careers are on the line this time.

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Jeffery Deaver “The Burning Wire”

June 4th, 2010

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Electricity is the weapon of choice for the sinister killer in Jeffery Deaver‘s ninth thriller featuring his series hero Lincoln Rhyme. A shocking spree begins with an explosion at a power substation that incinerates a bus, and things just get worse from there, in “The Burning Wire.”

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Jane Stanton Hitchcock “Mortal Friends”

July 26th, 2009

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A serial killer is on the loose in Washington, DC, and police come to suspect that he may be mingling with — may even be part of — the city’s society elite, in Jane Stanton Hitchcock‘s “Mortal Friends,” a “suspenseful comedy of manners,” as Publishers Weekly calls it.

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Antique shop owner Reven Lynch is recruited by a police detective to guide him into the places he couldn’t otherwise get to, as he tries to collar the “Beltway Basher.” But Reven may have gotten herself more than she bargained for.

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Jeffery Deaver “Roadside Crosses”

June 24th, 2009

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A serial killer is using internet social networks to find new victims — and announces each of them with a chilling but homicidally ingenious signal, in Jeffery Deaver‘s new thriller “Roadside Crosses.”

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California Bureau of Investigation agent Kathryn Dance makes her third appearance, in what Booklist calls “an excellent entry in what promises to be a series as popular as the author’s Lincoln Rhyme novels.”

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