The Verdict
by Nick Stone
A spectacular legal thriller. There's double-crossing, blackmail, hidden agendas, conspiracies and danger around every corner.

Only Love Can Break Your Heart
by Ed Tarkington
Like The Wonder Years or A Christmas Story, Tarkington's ability to shine a retrospective light on the painful awkwardness of childhood is masterful and entertaining.

The Queen of the Night
by Alexander Chee
An original role is something every opera star dreams of, but this is not a role that is new to Lilliet... There are only four people who know the truth about her secret past. And one of them has talked.

The Nest
by Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney
The story dances in the reader's mind; it lives and breathes and is as immediate as a theater piece playing out before your eyes.

I Let You Go
by Clare Mackintosh
An emotional rollercoaster ride, with reveal after stunning reveal that will shock and dazzle you with its cleverness all the way up to the explosive finale.

Before the Fall
by Noah Hawley
A plausible, well-paced look at the ghoulish side of celebrity, with realistic depictions of the media circus, the jockeying among investigators, the invasion of privacy, and the guilt that can afflict survivors of tragedy.

Missing, Presumed
by Susie Steiner
Every cast member is full of surprises. All of them have secrets...My suspicions kept shifting as I read.

The Woman in Cabin 10
by Ruth Ware
As a huge Agatha Christie fan, I adored this book: A boat full of people. No way to escape. And a narrator that you might be able to trust.