New Books to Read
“One Moment, One Morning” by Sarah Rayner is a paperback telling the story of a week following a fateful train journey. “One Moment, One Morning” is a stunning novel about love and loss, family and above all, friendship.
James Grippando has a gripping new novel, “Need You Now,” in which a young financial advisor and his girlfriend uncover a conspiracy that reaches from Wall Street into the halls of government. “Scarecrow Returns” by Matthew Reilly is available both in hard cover and audio book. Filled with nonstop action and gripping suspense, a group of terrorists known as Army of Thieves takes control of a Soviet military base deep in the Arctic. A small band of Marines, outnumber and outgunned, are the only team close enough to get there in time.
Just released by No.1 internationally bestselling author Vince Flynn is “Kill Shot,” in the Mitch Rapp series. This political thriller will follow Rapp on a mission to hunt down the ones responsible for the Pan Am Lockerbie attack. A new medical thriller on the shelf is “Death Benefit” by Robin Cook. When tragedy strikes in the molecular bio lab, med student Pia Grazdani and classmate dig deeper to find if someone is trying to manipulate private insurance information to allow investors benefit from the deaths of others.
Barbara Taylor Bradford fans may have missed one of her newer releases, “Playing The Game.” It is large print and shelved in that area. The library recommends you look it up and read it, if you haven’t already. In typical BTB style, this plot has more twists and turns than a road map. Set in London, it has some romance and enough suspense to keep you turning the pages, all in the lifestyle of the rich art collectors of England and Western Europe.