Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica. Archie's Halloween Spectacular. Archie's Madhouse. Archie's New Look Series. Archie's Pal Jughead Comics. Archie's Superteens Versus Crusaders. Archie's TV Laugh-Out. Archie's Weird Mysteries. Ares IX: Darkness. Arhian: Head Huntress. Aria: A Midwinter's Dream. Aria: Summer's Spell. Aria: The Soul Market.
Aria: The Uses of Enchantment. Arion the Immortal. Arion, Lord of Atlantis. Arkham Asylum. Arkham Asylum: Living Hell. Arkham Asylum: Madness. Arkham Manor. Arkham Manor: Endgame. Arkham Reborn. Armageddon Armageddon: Alien Agenda. Armageddon: Inferno. Armor Hunters. Armor Hunters: Aftermath. Armor Hunters: Bloodshot.
Armor Hunters: Harbinger. Armor Wars. Armorines Armstrong and the Vault of Spirits. Army Love. Army Love Army Attack. Army of Darkness Army of Darkness Election Special. Army of Darkness vs. Army of Darkness: Convention Invasion. Army of Darkness: Ash Gets Hitched. Army of Darkness: Ash Saves Obama. Army of Darkness: Ashes 2 Ashes. Army of Darkness: Ash's Christmas Horror.
Army of Darkness: From the Ashes. Army of Darkness: Furious Road. Army of Darkness: Halloween Special. Army of Darkness: Hellbillies and Deadnecks. Army of Darkness: Home Sweet Hell. Army of Darkness: King For a Day. Army of Darkness: Old School. Army of Two. Arrow [II]. Arrow: Season 2. Arrow: The Dark Archer. Arsenal Special. Art of Atari. Artemis Fowl.
Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident. Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code. Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel. Artemis Fowl: The Opal Deception. Artemis IX. Artemis: Requiem. Artesia Afield. Artesia Afire. Artesia Besieged. Arthur The Legend. Arthus Trivium. Artifact One. Artifacts Lost Tales. Asgardians of the Galaxy.
Ash and the Army of Darkness. Ash Vs. The Army of Darkness. Ashcan Anthology. Aski vs. The Draconians. Aspen Universe Sourcebook. Aspen Universe: Decimation. Aspen Universe: Revelations. Assassin's Creed Assassin's Creed Brahman. Assassin's Creed: Awakening. Assassin's Creed: Locus. Assassin's Creed: Origins.
Assassin's Creed: Reflections. Assassin's Creed: The Chain. Assassin's Creed: The Fall. Assassin's Creed: Uprising. Assault on New Olympus Prologue. Asterios Polyp. Astonishing Tales Astonishing Tales: Boom Boom and Elsa. Astonishing Tales: Dominic Fortune. Astonishing Tales: Mojoworld. Astonishing Thor. Astonishing X-Men Astonishing X-Men: Ghost Boxes. Astonishing X-Men: Xenogenesis. Astro City. Astro City A Visitors Guide. Astro City Special. Astro City: Astra Special. Astro City: Beautie. Astro City: Local Heroes. Astro City: Samaritan. Astro City: Silver Agent. Astronauts in Trouble At the Mountains of Madness.
Atar Gull. Atari Force A-Team: Shotgun Wedding. Athena Inc. Agent Roster. Limited Edition Ashcan. The Beginning. The Manhunter Project. Athena IX. Athena Voltaire. Athena Voltaire and the Volcano Goddess.
Athos in America. Atlantis Chronicles. Atlas Unified. Atomic Robo and the Knights of the Golden Circle. Atomic Robo and the Savage Sword of Dr. Atomic Robo and the Spectre of Tomorrow. Atomic Robo and the Temple of Od. Attack of the Super-Wizards. Attack on Titan: Before the Fall. Aurora West. Automatic Kafka. Avataars: Covenant of the Shield. Avengelyne Avengelyne: Bad Blood. Avengelyne: Deadly Sins. Avengelyne: Dragon Realm. Avengers - Marvel Legacy Primer Pages.
Avengers Avengers A. Avengers Academy. Avengers Academy Giant-Size. Avengers Alliance. Avengers and Power Pack Assemble! Avengers Annual. Avengers Arena. Avengers Assemble Avengers Classic. Avengers Disassembled. Avengers Epic Collection: Under Siege. Avengers Fairy Tales. Avengers Finale. Avengers Forever. Avengers Infinity. Avengers Infinity War Prelude. Avengers No Road Home. Avengers Now! Avengers Origins: Luke Cage. Avengers Origins: Thor. Avengers Origins: Vision. Avengers Prime. Avengers Standoff: Welcome to Pleasant Hill.
Avengers Strike File. Avengers Two: Wonder Man and Beast. Avengers Ultron Forever. Avengers Undercover. Avengers United They Stand. Avengers Unplugged. Avengers Vs. Avengers Vs Infinity. Avengers vs. Pet Avengers. Thanos X-Men: Consequences. X-Men: Infinite. Avengers West Coast Avengers World. Avengers: Back To Basics. Avengers: Celestial Quest. Avengers: Deathtrap, The Vault. Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes Avengers: Endless Wartime. Avengers: Galactic Storm. Avengers: Hawkeye - Earth's Mightiest Marksman. Avengers: Heroes Welcome.
Avengers: King of the Road. Avengers: Mighty Origins. Avengers: Millennium. Avengers: Millennium Infinite Comic. Avengers: No More Bullying. Avengers: Operation Hydra. Avengers: Rage of Ultron. Avengers: Roll Call. Avengers: Season One. Avengers: Shards of Infinity. Avengers: Solo. Avengers: Spotlight. Avengers: Standoff. Avengers: Standoff Avengers: The Children's Crusade. Avengers: The Crossing. Avengers: The Enemy Within.
Avengers: The Initiative. Avengers: The Initiative Featuring Reptil. Avengers: The Origin. Avengers: The Private War of Dr. Avengers: The Terminatrix Objective. Avengers: The Ultron Imperativea. Avengers: Time Runs Out. Avengers: Timeslide. Avengers: Ultron Unbound. Avengers: X-Sanction. Avengers-Child Life. Avenging Spider-Man. AVX: Consequences.
Awesome Adventures. Awesome Allies Preview. Awesome Holiday Special. Axe Cop: Bad Guy Earth. Axe Cop: President of the World. AXIS: Carnage. AXIS: Hobgoblin. AXIS: Revolutions. Azrael Azrael Plus. Azrael: Agent of the Bat. Azrael: Death's Dark Knight. Aztec Ace. Aztek: The Ultimate Man. Hell on Earth. Hell on Earth Hell on Earth: Exorcism. Hell on Earth: Gods. Hell on Earth: Monsters. Hell on Earth: Russia. Hell on Earth: The Abyss of Time. Hell on Earth: The Devil's Engine.
Hell on Earth: The Long Death. Hell on Earth: The Return of the Master. Hell on Earth: The Transformation of J. The Devil You Know. Babe Ruth Sports Comics. Babes of Broadway. Baby Angel X. Baby Badass. Baby Huey, the Baby Giant. Babylon 5 Babylon 5: In Valen's Name. Baby's First Deadpool Book.
Back Issue. Back to Brooklyn. Back To Mysterious Island. Back to the Future Back to the Future: Biff to the Future. Back to the Future: Citizen Brown. Back to the Future: Tales from the Time Train. Bad Blood. Bad Girls. Bad Ideas. Bad Island. Bad Kids Go to Hell. Bad Kitty. Bad Medicine. Bad Planet. Bad Planet: Apocrypha. Bad World. Badger Badger Saves the World. Badger: Bull! Badger: Hexbreaker. Badger: Shattered Mirror. Baffling Mysteries. Balder the Brave. Ball and Chain. Ballistic Ballistic Studios Swimsuit Special.
Baltimore: Chapel of Bones. Baltimore: Empty Graves. Baltimore: The Cult of the Red King. Baltimore: The Curse Bells. Baltimore: The Infernal Train. Baltimore: The Plague Ships. Baltimore: The Play. Baltimore: The Red Kingdom. Baltimore: The Widow and the Tank. Baltimore: The Witch of Harju. Baltimore: The Wolf and the Apostle. Band for Life. Bandette Bane: Conquest. Bang Bang. Banished Knights. Barack the Barbarian. Barb Wire Barb Wire: Ace of Spades.
Barbarella Barbarella and The Wrath of the Minute-Eater.
Blog Archives - Baylee Crush
Barbarella Holiday Special. Barbie Fashion. Barry Windsor-Smith: Storyteller. Bash Street Kids. Basil Wolverton's Gateway to Horror. Basil Wolverton's Planet of Terror. Bastard Samurai. Bat Lash Batgirl Batgirl Adventures. Batgirl and the Birds of Prey. Batgirl and the Birds of Prey: Rebirth. Batgirl Secret Files and Origins. Batgirl Special. Batgirl Year One. Batgirl: A Celebration of 50 Years. Batgirl: Endgame.
Batgirl: Futures End. Batman - The Jiro Kuwata Batmanga. Batman Batman 3-D. Batman '66 [I]. Batman '66 Meets Steed and Mrs Peel. Batman '66 Meets the Legion of Super-Heroes. Batman '66 Meets the Man from U. Batman '66 Meets Wonder Woman ' Batman ' The Lost Episode. Batman Page Giant. Batman Page Giant Batman Adventures Batman Allies Secret Files and Origins Batman and Harley Quinn. Batman and Robin Batman and Robin Adventures: Sub-Zero. Batman and Robin: Futures End. Motion Picture. Batman And Superman: World's Finest.
It is only the beginning. Now, with his recaptured freedom, he will stop at nothing to deliver justice to those who stole everything from him. This is a heart-stoppingly suspenseful, devastating, page-turning debut novel. A thriller with a relentless grip that wants you to read it in one sitting. David R. Dow has dedicated his life to the fight against capital punishment—to righting the horrific injustices of the death penalty regime in Texas. He delivers the perfect modern parable for exploring our complex, uneasy relationships with punishment and reparation in a terribly unjust world.
If you like darker plotlines set in the south, add this one to your reading list.
The Tale Teller by Anne Hillerman. Legendary Navajo policeman Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn takes center stage in this riveting atmospheric mystery from New York Times bestselling author Anne Hillerman that combines crime, superstition, and tradition and brings the desert Southwest vividly alive. Joe Leaphorn may have retired from the Tribal Police, but he finds himself knee-deep in a perplexing case involving a priceless artifact—a reminder of a dark time in Navajo history.
His investigation takes a sinister turn when the leading suspect dies under mysterious circumstances and Leaphorn himself receives anonymous warnings to beware—witchcraft is afoot. While the veteran detective is busy working to untangle his strange case, his former colleague Jim Chee and Officer Bernie Manuelito are collecting evidence they hope will lead to a cunning criminal behind a rash of burglaries. Their case takes a complicated turn when Bernie finds a body near a popular running trail. The situation grows more complicated when the death is ruled a homicide, and the Tribal cops are thrust into a turf battle because the murder involves the FBI.
As Leaphorn, Chee, and Bernie draw closer to solving these crimes, their parallel investigations begin to merge. The Eighth Sister by Robert Dugoni. A pulse-pounding thriller of espionage, spy games, and treachery by the New York Times bestselling author of the Tracy Crosswhite Series. Former CIA case officer Charles Jenkins is a man at a crossroads: in his early sixties, he has a family, a new baby on the way, and a security consulting business on the brink of bankruptcy. Then his former bureau chief shows up at his house with a risky new assignment: travel undercover to Moscow and locate a Russian agent believed to be killing members of a clandestine US spy cell known as the seven sisters.
Desperate for money, Jenkins agrees to the mission and heads to the Russian capital. But when he finds the mastermind agent behind the assassinations—the so-called eighth sister—she is not who or what he was led to believe. Then again, neither is anyone else in this deadly game of cat and mouse. Pursued by a dogged Russian intelligence officer, Jenkins executes a daring escape across the Black Sea, only to find himself abandoned by the agency he serves. With his family and freedom at risk, Jenkins is in the fight of his life—against his own country.
Someone Knows by Lisa Scottoline. Allie Garvey is heading home to the funeral of a childhood friend. Because going home means seeing the other two people with whom she shares an unbearable secret. Twenty years earlier, a horrific incident shattered the lives of five teenagers, including Allie.
Drinking and partying in the woods, they played a dangerous prank that went tragically wrong, turning deadly. The teenagers kept what happened a secret, believing that getting caught would be the worst thing that could happen. But time has taught Allie otherwise. Not getting caught was far worse.
Allie has been haunted for two decades by what she and the others did, and by the fact that she never told a soul. The dark secret has eaten away at her, distancing her from everyone she loves, including her husband. Now, Allie stands on the precipice of losing everything. She digs to unearth the truth, but reaches a shocking conclusion that she never saw coming—and neither will the reader. After Anna and Feared were both major hits in , and readers have every reason to be ecstatic for Someone Knows , one of the first must-read suspense thrillers coming out in Metropolis by Philip Kerr.
As Bernie Gunther sets out to make sense of multiple murders with different MOs in a city that knows no limits, he must face the fact that his own police HQ is not immune. Why you should be excited about it : Sadly, the legendary Philip Kerr passed away in , may he rest in peace. Without giving anything away, the last book did seem to set some things up for Metropolis , so fans of the series will want to get this one pre-ordered ASAP.
The Last by Hanna Jameson. I feel bad about how we left it. Love you. Now, two months later, there are twenty survivors holed up at the hotel, a place already tainted by its strange history of suicides and murders. Jon and the others try to maintain some semblance of civilization. As supplies dwindle and tensions rise, Jon becomes obsessed with investigating the death of the little girl as a way to cling to his own humanity.
Yet the real question remains: can he afford to lose his mind in this hotel, or should he take his chances in the outside world? With plenty of twists throughout, Hanna Jameson will leave readers genuinely surprised by the time they turn the final page here. The Better Sister by Alafair Burke.
Release Date : April 16th. Though Chloe was the younger of the two Taylor sisters, she always seemed to be in charge. She was the honor roll student with big dreams and an even bigger work ethic. Nicky was always restless. She floated from job to job and man to man, and stayed close to home in Cleveland. For a while, it seemed like both sisters had found happiness. Chloe earned a scholarship to an Ivy League school and moved to New York City, where she landed a coveted publishing job.
The Taylor sisters became virtual strangers. Could it be possible that Decker made a mistake all those years ago? As he starts digging into the old case, Decker finds a startling connection to a new crime that he may be able to prevent, if only he can put the pieces together quickly enough. Why you should be excited about it : Baldacci is returning to his Amos Decker franchise once again in However, after consecutive Robie and Puller books that fell just short of expectations and two Decker ones that, frankly, exceeded them, Amos is now the lead dog—along with Atlee Pine, who starred in her first book in Delta-V by Daniel Suarez.
Release Date : April 23rd. The bestselling author of Daemon returns with a near-future technological thriller, in which a charismatic billionaire recruits a team of adventurers to launch the first deep space mining operation—a mission that could alter the trajectory of human civilization. Isolated and pushed beyond their breaking points, Tighe and his fellow twenty-first century adventurers—ex-soldiers, former astronauts, BASE jumpers, and mountain climbers—must rely on each other to survive not only the dangers of a multi-year expedition but the harsh realities of business in space.
Why you should be excited about it : Daniel Suarez is one of the most entertaining sci-fi writers in the genre and his last book, Change Agent , received high marks from both readers and critics alike. This year, Suarez hits on a timely plotline involving deep-space exploration, which could end up altering human civilization forever. The Pandora Room by Christopher Golden. Those who believe the myth want to know which jar has been found in the Pandora Room, the one containing blessings, or the one full of curses.
Whatever the jar contains, they want it, no matter who they have to kill…or what will emerge when they open it. For Sophie, Walker, and the others, the Pandora Room may soon become their tomb. What more do you need to know? Neon Prey by John Sandford. Lucas Davenport pursues a prolific serial killer who has gone undetected for years in the newest nail-biter by 1 NewYork Times -bestselling author John Sandford. It was a relatively minor criminal matter, all things considered, but enough that the U.
Marshals obtained a warrant to enter the home. Now Davenport is on the trail of a serial murderer, one who was able to operate for years without notice or suspicion. The bestselling author answered with a brilliant shakeup in , when he moved Davenport over to the U. Collusion by Newt Gingrich. Release Date : April 30th. Valerie Mayberry comes from the kind of wealthy family that would be royalty in any other country. A brusque, fiercely independent operative who refuses to play by the rules, the seasoned pro is now a gun for hire, working as a security contractor in Eastern Europe.
Join Kobo & start eReading today
When a high ranking Kremlin official with knowledge of a plan to attack the US must be smuggled out under the nose of a kleptocratic Putin-like Russian president and a ruthless general, Mayberry and Garret are thrown together to exfiltrate him and preempt a deadly poisonous strike. As these unlikely partners work to protect their human asset, their mission is threatened by domestic politics: leftist protests, Congressional infighting, and a culture driven by hatred. Collusion raises many of the most significant issues facing America in real life today. Is Russia our ally, or our enemy?
Are American leftist activists susceptible to influence from aboard? How far will our enemies go to disrupt our politics and weaken the nation? Can we trust the media to differentiate between the good guys and the bad guys? Newt Gingrich and Pete Earley have entertained and educated readers with three previous novels of Washington scandal and foreign interference. From its explosive opening through several twists and turns to its heart-stopping end, Collusion is their most timely and powerful novel yet. Why you should be excited about it : Gingrich, the former Speaker of the House, certainly has the political background to pull off such a daring and timely thriller, if he can execute the story.
Like Lions by Brian Panowich. A powerful follow up to multiple award-winning debut Bull Mountain. Brian Panowich burst onto the crime fiction scene in , winning awards and accolades from readers and critics alike for his smoldering debut, Bull Mountain. Now with Like Lions , he cements his place as one of the outstanding new voices in crime fiction. Yet after years of carefully toeing the line between his life in law enforcement and his family, he finally has to make a choice.
When a rival organization makes a first foray into Burroughs territory, leaving a trail of bodies and a whiff of fear in its wake, Clayton is pulled back into the life he so desperately wants to leave behind. With his wife and child in danger, and the way of life in Bull Mountain under siege for everyone, Clayton will need to find a way to bury the bloody legacy of his past once and for all.
The moment Like Lions was announced, it instantly became one of the most anticipated crime thrillers of , as fans anxiously await the return of Clayton Burroughs. If you like C. Box, Craig Johnson, or J. The Kremlin Strike by Dale Brown. Release Date: May 7th. Brad and Patrick McLanahan and the formidable Iron Wolf Squadron—including the recently injured Nadia Roz, rested and back to fighting form thanks to a pair of state-of-the-art prosthetic legs—are ready and eager to join the battle.
But even with their combined forces, the Russian menace may prove too great for the Americans to overcome. Done with provocative skirmishes and playing for small stakes, the Russian president has set his sights on the ultimate prize: controlling the entire world. But is it already too late? If nothing else, the plot sounds timely with the recently announced Space Force, making Brown one of the first authors to release a book fitting that mold since President Trump made headlines for signing the new military branch into existence.
Black Mountain by Laird Barron. When a small-time criminal named Harold Lee turns up in the Ashokan reservoir—sans a heartbeat, head, or hands—the local Mafia capo hires Isaiah Coleridge to look into the matter. The Mob likes crime, but only the crime it controls…and as it turns out, Lee is the second independent contractor to meet a bad end on the business side of a serrated knife.
One such death can be overlooked. Two makes a man wonder. But as Coleridge turns over more stones, he finds himself dragged into something deeper and more insidious than he could have imagined, in a labyrinthine case spanning decades. At the center are an heiress moonlighting as a cabaret dancer, a powerful corporation with high-placed connections, and a serial killer who may have been honing his skills since the Vietnam War. Why you should be excited about it : Laird Barron switched genres last year, and fans loved it.
Robert B. Itinerant lawmen Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch pursue a vicious killer in the grittiest entry yet of the New York Times -bestselling series. No sooner are various campaigns under way when gold is discovered in the foothills just outside of town, sending Appaloosa buzzing with excitement. With the strike, a slew of new problems develop for Cole and Hitch. Two shrewd mining factions and their hired gun hands square off over the claim. Why you should be excited about it : Originally, this book was set to come out in but was pushed back.
Then came the announcement that Sunny Randall, another one of Robert B. So, Blood Feud came out instead, and Buckskin was delayed until If absence makes the heart grow fonder as they say, then plenty of readers will welcome the return of Virgil and Cole this year. The Paris Diversion by Chris Pavone. Kate Moore is back in a pulse-pounding thriller to discover that a massive terror attack across Paris is not what it seems — and that it involves her family. Across the Seine, tech CEO Hunter Forsyth stands on his balcony, perplexed that his police escort just departed, and frustrated that his cell service has cut out; Hunter has important calls to make, not all of them technically legal.
He sets down his metal briefcase and removes his windbreaker. Everyone has big plans for the day. Dexter is going to make a small fortune, finally digging himself out of a deep financial hole, via an extremely risky investment. Why you should be excited about it : Keeping with his one book every two years pace, Pavone is finally set to follow up his thriller, The Expats , which introduced readers to American expat Kate Moore.
The Never Game by Jeffrey Deaver. Release Date: May 14th. From the bestselling and award-winning master of suspense, the first novel in a thrilling new series, introducing Colter Shaw. A young woman has gone missing in Silicon Valley and her father has hired Colter Shaw to find her. The son of a survivalist family, Shaw is an expert tracker.
When another victim is kidnapped, the clues point to one video game with a troubled past— The Whispering Man. In that game, the player has to survive after being abandoned in an inhospitable setting with five random objects. Is a madman bringing the game to life? If She Wakes by Michael Koryta. Tara Beckley is a senior at idyllic Hammel College in Maine. As she drives to deliver a visiting professor to a conference, a horrific car accident kills the professor and leaves Tara in a vegetative state. At least, so her doctors think. Trapped in her body, she learns that someone powerful wants her dead—but why?
And what can she do, lying in a hospital bed, to stop them? A former stunt driver, Abby returned home after a disaster in Hollywood left an actor dead and her own reputation—and nerves—shattered. When she starts asking questions, things quickly spin out of control, leaving Abby on the run and a mysterious young hitman named Dax Blackwell hard on her heels. Do you really need anything else to run out and buy this one? Deception Cove by Owen Laukkanen. Release Date: May 21st. For fans of C. Box and Michael Koryta, a new thriller set in remote Washington State, where a widowed ex-Marine and a misanthropic ex-convict grudgingly team up to save the only thing they have in common—the rescue dog who changed both their lives.
Widowed while deployed overseas, former US Marine Jess Winslow reenters civilian life with little more than a falling-down house, a medical discharge for PTSD, and a dog—specifically Lucy, a black and white pitbull mix trained to help Jess cope with the crippling memories of her time in Afghanistan. A corrupt deputy sheriff comes looking for a mysterious package — and leaves with Lucy, threatening to have the dog destroyed unless Jess delivers the goods allegedly stolen by her husband before his untimely death.
The next person to appear on her doorstep is a newly released ex-convict. Forced into an uneasy alliance in order to save Lucy, Jess and Mason must learn to trust each other. Why you should be excited about it : Over the past few years , Laukkanen has expanded his resume to include several new genres. Louise Wykoff is arguably the most recognizable woman living in Minnesota, known for her presence in over one hundred paintings by the late and brilliant Randolph McInnis.
Rushmore McKenzie, an occasional unlicensed private investigator, agrees to look into the theft. Hours away from St. Why you should be excited about it : Housewright is one of only a few writers to have two or more books on this list. While Holland Taylor returns in January, P. Mac McKenzie will be back in May to take on his 16th case. Of his two series currently still going strong, this one is my personal favorite—McKenzie is a more developed character than Taylor, and Housewright captures the Minnesota setting perfectly.
The next book in the explosive new thriller series by former special operations sniper and New York Times bestselling author of The Reaper. Remnants of a firefight are in the background: sniper rifle, rocket launchers, and ammunition. Harwood arrives in Thurman to investigate the suicide and, with the help of his whip-smart and attractive neighbor, traces evidence left by Samuelson to a transnational terrorist group.
Meanwhile, the president wants retribution and will stop at nothing to get it. He is soon hunting the kidnappers of American and European youth who use the ransoms to fund war on western civilization. This shadowy group has big plans—an assignation and terror campaign leading to the conquest of Europe. Why you should be excited about it : A few years back, Coonts left his longtime publisher and signed a deal with conservative-leaning Regnery. Coonts followed that up in with The Armageddon File , which featured a plot about possible Russian collusion in the U. Note: This title was originally slated for release in but was pushed back to Release Date: May 28th.
In A. Years before, sacred scrolls had been stolen from a high priestess, who cast a curse on the kingdom unless they were returned. The Vandal kingdom falls before the scrolls are ever found—leaving their location a mystery—and their discovery is the perfect challenge for Sam and Remi Fargo. However, before they can hunt for the scrolls, the Fargos must tend to problems within their charitable foundation.
When they learn that a shipment of supplies intended for a school in Nigeria has been stolen, they travel into the heart of Africa to deliver new supplies themselves. However, their mission becomes infinitely more complicated when they run afoul of a rival bands of robbers. One of these groups later take Remi and a group of students hostage, and there are signs that the kidnapping is related to missing scrolls. The Fargos will need all of their skills to uncover the hidden treasure and to protect everything they have worked for—and their lives.
Why you should be excited about it : Clive Cussler works with a number of co-authors, but none are better than Robin Burcell, who has helped make the Fargo books required reading for thriller enthusiasts. Dark Site by Patrick Lee. From the author of Runner , Sam Dryden comes under attack from unknown forces as an unremembered episode from his past threatens more than just his life.
On an otherwise normal morning, former Special Forces operative Sam Dryden is the target of an unsuccessful attempted abduction. Dryden arrives just in time to save Danica from the assault team sent after her. But neither of them recognize the other, or have any idea why they are being targeted.
The only clue is a heavily redacted, official-looking document given to Danica by her stepfather before he was killed. The redacted document refers to witnesses to a secret military site in Ashland, Iowa in Both Dryden and Danica Ellis lived in Ashland in , when they were both twelve years old, though neither of them has any memory of the other. Switching back and forth between the present day, when Dryden and Danica try to elude the forces that are after them, and the past in Ashland, Iowa, when both were twelve, making a discovery that forever changed their lives, this latest Sam Dryden novel proves yet again that Patrick Lee is one of the most original, compelling thriller writers today.
Keep You Close by Karen Cleveland. But when the FBI starts investigating the kid she thought she knew, will she jeopardize her own career at the Bureau to keep her child safe? Stephanie Maddox makes tough decisions every day. Has she been wrong about her near-perfect son?
Is Zach embroiled in something criminal—something deadly? And, if so, what is her greater duty: To protect him? Or to betray him? After an intelligence failure at Op-Center results in a major terrorist attack, director Chase Williams radically transforms the agency into a ground-breaking new mobile strike force. Suddenly, a horrible explosion rips across the flight deck, showering the body parts of innocent men, women, and children everywhere.
The perpetrator is none other than Captain Ahmed Salehi, an Iranian mastermind whose last terrorism plot was foiled at the last minute by Op-Center. This time, seeking revenge, he slipped under their radar. Whatever it takes. Shark Beach by Chris Jameson. A dream getaway is about to turn into a living nightmare. But this vacation is turning out to be a lot different than planned. The Scullys never expected the rowdy college spring-breakers renting the house next door, or a hurricane that would sweep through the Gulf Coast, or the century-old shipwreck that washed up on the shore.
Why you should be excited about it : Could these be a better fit for Shark Week than this one? Rogue Strike by David Ricciardi. Release Date : June 4th. Jake Keller finds himself in a familiar position—on the run for his life and desperate to find the shadowy figures behind a global conspiracy. The plan is to interrupt the meeting with a few unexpected visitors—a pair of Hellfire missiles from an orbiting drone. But the drone stops responding to their signals and soon disappears over the horizon. When next seen, the drone is attacking innocent pilgrims in Mecca.
Jake and Curt are staggered. The U. Who better to blame than a couple of rogue CIA agents? Why you should be excited about it : Not since the early days of Tom Clancy has an author taken a young, inexperienced CIA analyst and dropped them into the field with such page-turning results.
David Ricciardi, like Jack Carr, has star potential moving forward. Warning Light was fantastic, but things are set up perfectly for book two to be even better. The Sentence is Death by Anthony Horowitz. Why this bottle? And why those words? And why was a three-digit number painted on the wall by the killer? But as Hawthorne takes on the case with characteristic relish, it becomes clear that he, too, has secrets to hide.
As our reluctant narrator becomes ever more embroiled in the case, he realizes that these secrets must be exposed—even at the risk of death. Why you should be excited about it : Horowitz is one of the premier mystery writers on the planet, doing such heavy lifting as keeping iconic characters—like Sherlock Holmes and James Bond—alive and well without breaking a sweat. Both he the fictional version of himself and Hawthorne are back for another hard-to-crack case in Release Date : June 11th.
The final wish of a dying friend leads Jack Ryan, Jr. Jack Ryan, Jr. The first hint of trouble comes when an expat, former U. Army Ranger tries to warn Jack off. Then a group of thugs break into his room, beat him, and tell him to leave. But just how much can one man do against an army? Old enemies and new reveal themselves everywhere, from the jungle to the halls of Congress. Only a ruthless hunter can take down these predators. Jack will need every skill he has to survive.
Why you should be excited about it : In , Mike Maden breathed life back into the Jack Ryan Junior franchise with Tom Clancy Point of Contact, which, at the time, was the best book in the series. Then he topped himself with Tom Clancy Line of Sight. With her second husband, she has a successful business, two children, and a beautiful house.
A friend without judgment, to celebrate with, commiserate with, Beth is the most trustworthy and loyal person that Alice knows. So when Nathan starts disappearing for stretches of time, Alice turns to Beth. But soon, she begins to wonder whether her trust has been misplaced…. Why you should be excited about it : Sandie Jones left readers stunned after landing one of the best twists of the year in with her page-turning debut thriller, The Other Woman. A Dangerous Man by Robert Crais. Release Date : June 18th.
He went to the bank same as anyone goes to the bank, and returned to his Jeep. So when Isabel Roland, the lonely young teller who helped him, steps out of the bank on her way to lunch, Joe is on hand when two men abduct her. Joe chases them down, and the two men are arrested. But instead of putting the drama to rest, the arrests are only the beginning of the trouble for Joe and Izzy. After posting bail, the two abductors are murdered and Izzy disappears. Pike calls on his friend, Elvis Cole, to help learn the truth. What Elvis uncovers is a twisted family story that involves corporate whistleblowing, huge amounts of cash, the Witness Relocation Program, and a long line of lies.
But what of all that did Izzy know? Is she a perpetrator or a victim? And how far will Joe go to find out? False Horizon by Joseph Reid. I hope people will love it! The Perfect Plan by Bryan Reardon. Liam Brennan teeters on the edge. This sudden, vicious attack appears to be the beginning of an unthinkable spiral. But when it comes to the Brennan brothers, nothing is what it seems. With the threat of the truth surfacing, Liam and Drew are driven toward one final, desperate act.
Why you should be excited about it : The Real Michael Swann was one of the more surprising hit domestic thrillers of Packed with tons of suspense and nonstop twists and turns, Reardon showed readers what he can do. The better question is, can he top himself? Backlash by Brad Thor. Release Date : June 25th.
Visit his website at BradThor. In fact, whereas most authors start to flame out eighteen books in their respective series, Thor has been better than ever his last few times out. Total Mayhem by John Gilstrap. America is under fire. One by one, simultaneous terror attacks have left the country reeling. Jonathan Grave and his team are called to go undercover and eliminate the traitors. No need to collect intel. No need for arrest. Wipe them out—and get out. The assaults are rehearsals for extreme disaster.
A plot codenamed Retribution. One terrorist is willing to talk—for a price. Where the rules of engagement do not hold. The bombs have been set and Grave is the one being hunted. Gilstrap seems to zig when everyone else zags. Rules of Engagement by David Bruns and J. Olson deliver a captivating and utterly authentic portrayal of modern day combat that compares with the best of the timeless classics by Tom Clancy, Dale Brown, and Stephen Coonts.
A terrorist breach of the computer systems of the three most powerful navies is about to set them on a collision course for World War III. Rafiq Roshed is one of the most wanted men in the world. First penetrating the Chinese, he has their war machine launch a series of attacks on the U. Pacific forces. Don Riley, head of U. Cyber Command, discovers that not only have the Chinese lost control of their military, but the same virus has infected the American network. His secret weapon in this war is a trio of supremely talented midshipmen from the U.
Naval Academy, who uncover the infilitration, and are working to track down the elusive terrorist. But time is running out. China and Japan have lost control of their military and the U. The weapons are hot and the result is an ever-larger real-world conflict where casualties continue to mount. Why you should be excited about it : I had the chance to read this novel last summer and absolutely loved it.
From Ten to Midnight
Never Look Back by Alison Gaylin. Release Date : July 2nd. But is it? She knows her mother better than anyone—or so she believes. But all that changes after a brutal and shocking home invasion. How well do we really know our parents, our partners—and ourselves? Almost Midnight by Paul Doiron. Then he learns his best friend, Billy Cronk, has been released from prison after heroically defending a female guard from a stabbing.
Mike comes to believe the assault was orchestrated by a wider criminal conspiracy. However, the more accurate comparison is to guys like John Sandford and James Lee Burke, who have a more gritty and darker writing style, which Doiron executes perfectly. Lock Every Door by Riley Sager. No visitors. No nights spent away from the apartment.
No disturbing the other residents, all of whom are rich or famous or both. Recently heartbroken and just plain broke, Jules is taken in by the splendor of her surroundings and accepts the terms, ready to leave her past life behind. As she gets to know the residents and staff of the Bartholomew, Jules finds herself drawn to fellow apartment sitter Ingrid, who comfortingly reminds her of the sister she lost eight years ago.
When Ingrid confides that the Bartholomew is not what it seems and the dark history hidden beneath its gleaming facade is starting to frighten her, Jules brushes it off as a harmless ghost story. Why you should be excited about it : Has anyone caused more excessive nail-biting over the last two years than Riley Sager? Knife by Jo Nesbo. Release Date : July 9th. Harry Hole is not in a good place. And now, Finne is free after a decade-plus in prison—free, and Harry is certain, unreformed and ready to take up where he left off.
But things will get worse. In fact, if you love a good crime thriller, Nesbo is one of the best in the business. The Shameless by Ace Atkins. As a ten-year-old, Colson had been lost in those same woods, and came back from them alive and a local legend. Years later, bones of a child are found in the woods, confirming for many the end to the Taylor story. Letters she receives from a mysterious inmate at a Tennessee state pen may hold the answers.
Greed, false piety, power, bigotry, and dirty deals make for a dangerous mix he knows all too well. Why you should be excited about it : In an interview I did with Ace Atkins back in July, right around the time that his last Quinn Colson book The Sinners , came out, I asked about his next book, which he teased it in a big way.
Vinnie Jones : "Saw? Midnight Meat Train, [is] so ridiculous it's the king of all horror movies You ever seen that? Vinnie Jones : "I've never seen so much blood [on a film] Literally, big gallons of blood. We're on the train and I have to keep throwing it in there. That's the part of acting I don't like. I change [into costume] and I'm like 'Don't get too much blood on me!
Ryuhei Kitamura : "I had been looking for the right project for a couple of years I love the original story and admire Clive Barker and I said to them, 'I would love to do this, but I cannot believe the script is going to be any good. I know that this is too good to be true. Vinnie Jones : "This is a strange guy I'm playing. We don't know if he is or years old. This guy, to me, he could be like a robot - it wouldn't surprise me if you tore his skin off and he was made of metal.
I'm a big figure collector myself but I've been buying the same thing you know? That's it! No other movie in the past twenty years reached that level of an icon right? That's why I ended up buying twenty Pinheads [collector's items]. I told the producer and I told Clive, that we're going to have to create something. That's why I had a discussion with my costume designer Chris Lawrence, and with Vinnie [Jones] himself. We ended up with this '50s kind of cool suit and super-cool bag.
- Prelude, Op. 28, No. 18 in F Minor;
- Similar Recommendations;
- Top 50 Best Coming of Age Fantasy Books;
- Comings and Goings: Butcher, Towers, Ching, and Lujo - The Beat.
- Le souffleur (French Edition)?
- Nine Habits That Will Make You Rich: Teen Edition.
He has this iconic hammer. We designed it. They showed me a bunch of hammers and none of them were A weapon is, you know it should be very iconic right? Like Freddie's claw, Jason's machete, whatever. So we kind of designed a super cool hammer and he kills with that. Very scary, oh so cool. So this Mahogany is It's a very thin line because if he goes too cool, it doesn't work.
But so far he's fucking scary, yeah, and visually he's great So I'm very happy that Vinnie chose this project to do that. He's just a pure killing machine and he says only one word and still Vinnie says yes, so we are really lucky to have him The '80s was the golden age of the horror movies and you know we're kind of losing that. So what I wanted to bring it back to, that kind of energy. By Staci Layne Wilson, Horror. Ryuhei Kitamura : "This is very special; they've been making those stupid Hellraiser sequels for too long. I asked Clive, 'Why are you doing them?
He said, 'No, that's not me. I read Midnight Meat Train exactly 20 years ago when they first published [the Japanese edition of Books of Blood] and I got it the day it came out. I still have the first edition.
It's a great opportunity to reset everything and reintroduce what kind of genius Clive Barker, this motherfucker means to the world Even Mahogany; he doesn't say anything, but he has many stories we can see from his face, his every movement. With Train I want to go back to the '80s - the Friday the 13th days, the Halloween days, My Bloody Valentine, Maniac, The Prowler - that was the golden age, and I want to bring that feeling back to my movie.
From day one, I've been telling everyone we're making a classic. Jonathan Sela DP : "You want to refresh peoples eyes and make them eager to see different things. I think that's as much has a lot of following I think we're trying to do a lot of different things with the way we're lighting it and the camera, you know, minimizing the coverage and just finding interesting angles that tell a story we're not necessarily doing the typical things which we do a lot, I can't be specific 'cause there's so many different situations but I think that's what me and him tried really hard to do is just try to avoid 'Oh, there's somebody coming around the corner and it's scary so like you'd set up the typical chase.
In fact, he has to be one of my toughest opponents of all time - on and off the screen. He is one of the strongest men I have ever encountered. He really grabbed hold of me during our fight scene. I can tell you that this will be a very real-looking battle - and he is a great fella. By Callum Wadell, Fangoria. Vinnie Jones : "Midnight Meat Train is going to be really edge of your seat stuff. I play a character called Mahogany and my job is to feed these mysterious beings with human flesh, but now I'm coming to the end.
I have been doing this for a long time - I mean, you don't even know how old Mahogany is - he could be or years old, we never know. He's a strange guy. He has no expression and I only say one word in this movie, but he's frightening. There's this journalist tracking me down, played by Bradley Cooper, but what he doesn't realise is that I'm also following his every move - and that leads to a great little twist Anthony DiBlasi : "We really wanted to make Clive's movies Clive's way - hardcore, close to the mythology.