Here’s a look at what’s coming from your favorite authors this fall. Registered library card holders may call the library at (586) 469-6200 to place holds on these forthcoming titles. Registered library card holders may also place their own holds by visiting our online library catalog at www.mtclib.org. (You will need your library card number and PIN to use this feature).
Baldacci, David. No Man’s Land. (November). The New York Times bestselling author returns with this next thriller featuring military investigator John Puller.
Child, Lee. Night School: A Jack Reacher Novel. (November). Jack Reacher is sent back to school in this new installment by bestselling author Lee Child.
Ervin, Keisha. Carl Weber’s Kingpins: St. Louis. (September). The sudden death of St. Louis Kingpin, King David, leaves a hole in the underworld. His vast empire is left to his surviving heirs, David Jr. and Davita. Born barely one year apart, they were raised in very different worlds both to money-loving mothers. Can the heirs work together to keep the empire together?
Evanovich, Janet. Turbo Twenty-Three: A Stephanie Plum Novel. (November). Speed is the name of the game in this next installment of the Stephanie Plum adventures.
Evans, Richard Paul. The Mistletoe Secret. (November). From the bestselling author of The Christmas Box comes this moving holiday story about two people who brave loneliness and loss to find love.
Foer, Jonathan Safran. Here I Am. (September). From the bestselling author of Everything Illuminated and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close comes the story of a family falling apart in a moment of crisis. As Jacob and Julia Bloch and their three sons are forced to confront the distances between the lives they think they want and the lives they are living, an earthquake sets in motion a quickly escalating conflict in the Middle East. At stake is the meaning of home and the question of how much challenge one can bear.
Grisham, John. The Whistler. (October). John Grisham returns with a new suspense novel using his usual blend of legal expertise and page-turning storytelling.
Moyes, Jojo. Paris for One and Other Stories. (October). A compilation of a novella and short stories. Enjoy this romantic collection filled with humor and heart.
Picoult, Jodi. Small Great Things. (October). In this new novel, Jodi Picoult tackles the topics of race, privilege, prejudice, justice, and compassion with empathy and candor. None of this offers easy answers, however.
Robb, J.D. Apprentice in Death. (September). Lieutenant Eve Dallas returns to investigate a sniper shooting at the Central Park ice skating rink. Through her investigation and with husband Roarke’s assistance of genius and resources, she discovers this shooting was a rehearsal for something bigger…
Roberts, Nora. Island of Glass. (December). The final installment in the Guardian Trilogy. The star of ice leads the six guardians to Ireland, and Doyle, the immortal must face his tragic past.
Rollins, James. The Seventh Plague: A SIGMA Force Novel. (December). Another international thriller from the New York Times bestselling author. Rollins entertains the reader as he uncovers historical secrets and scientific breakthroughs at a breakneck speed.
Sparks, Nicholas. Two by Two. (October). At 32, Russell Green thought he had it all: a beautiful wife, a six-year-old daughter, and a successful career as an advertising executive. However, things are not always as they appear. In a matter of months Russ’s world turns upside down. He finds himself without a job and his wife. He is left to care for his young daughter alone while struggling to adapt to his new reality. Russ enters a world both terrifying and rewarding- one that will test his abilities and his emotional resources beyond anything he ever imagined.