Bearskin: A Novel

Ecco - He’s found a job protecting a remote forest preserve in Virginian Appalachia where his main responsibilities include tracking wildlife and refurbishing cabins. It’s hard work, and totally solitary—perfect to hide away from the Mexican drug cartels he betrayed back in Arizona. But when rice finds the carcass of a bear killed on the grounds, the quiet solitude he’s so desperately sought is suddenly at risk.

More bears are killed on the preserve and Rice’s obsession with catching the poachers escalates, leading to hostile altercations with the locals and attention from both the law and Rice’s employers. Winner of the 2019 edgar for best first novel“bearskin is visceral, smells, raw, and compelling—filled with sights, and sounds truly observed.

Partnering with his predecessor, a scientist who hopes to continue her research on the preserve, Rice puts into motion a plan that could expose the poachers but risks revealing his own whereabouts to the dangerous people he was running from in the first place. James mclaughlin expertly brings the beauty and danger of Appalachia to life.

Bearskin: A Novel - The result is an elemental, slow burn of a novel—one that will haunt you long after you turn the final page. Box, #1 nyt bestselling author of The DisappearedRice Moore is just beginning to think his troubles are behind him. There are very few first novels when I feel compelled to circle brilliant passages, but James McLaughlin’s writing had me doing just that.





Down the River unto the Sea

Mulholland Books - Mosley writes with great power here about themes that have permeated his work: institutional racism, political corruption, and the ways that both of these issues affect not only society at large but also the inner lives of individual men and women. Booklist starred review *winner of the edgar award for best novel* joe king oliver was one of the NYPD's finest investigators, he is framed for assault by his enemies within the NYPD, dispatched to arrest a well-heeled car thief, until, a charge which lands him in solitary at Rikers Island.

Joined by melquarth frost, a brilliant sociopath, craven lawyers, our hero must beat dirty cops and dirtier bankers, and above all keep his daughter far from the underworld in which he works. A decade later, king is a private detective, running his agency with the help of his teenage daughter, Aja-Denise.

Down the River unto the Sea - Running in parallel with king's own quest for justice is the case of a Black radical journalist accused of killing two on-duty police officers who had been abusing their badges to traffic in drugs and women within the city's poorest neighborhoods. When he receives a card in the mail from the woman who admits she was paid to frame him those years ago, King realizes that he has no choice but to take his own case: figuring out who on the force wanted him disposed of--and why.

. All the while, two lives hang in the balance: King's client's, and King's own. Broken by the brutality he suffered and committed in equal measure while behind bars, his work and his daughter are the only light in his solitary life.





Wolves of Eden: A Novel

W. W. Norton & Company - Amidst the daily carnage, thomas finds a love that will lead to a moment of violence as brutal as any they have witnessed in battle―a moment that will change their lives forever. Blending intimate historical detail and emotional acuity, Wolves of Eden sets these four men on a deadly collision course in a haunting narrative that explores the cruelty of warfare and the resilience of the human spirit.

The men journey west to the distant outpost in a beautiful valley, where the soldiers inside the fort prove to be violently opposed to their investigations. Meanwhile, irish immigrant brothers Michael and Thomas O’Driscoll have returned from the brutal front lines of the Civil War. The civil war may be over, but in this thrilling historical novel, the battle for the West is only just beginning.

Wolves of Eden: A Novel - Dakota territory, 1866. 1 map. Unable to adapt to life as migrant farm laborers in peacetime Ohio, they reenlist in the army and are shipped to Fort Phil Kearny in the heart of the Powder River Valley. Following the murders of a frontier fort’s politically connected sutler and his wife in their illicit off-post brothel, Lieutenant Martin Molloy and his long-suffering orderly, Corporal Daniel Kohn, are ordered to track down the killers and return with “boots for the gallows” to appease powerful figures in Washington.

Here they are thrown into merciless combat with Red Cloud’s coalition of Native tribes fighting American expansion into their hunting grounds.





If I Die Tonight: A Novel

William Morrow Paperbacks - But is wade really guilty? and if he isn't, why won't he talk?told from a kaleidoscope of viewpoints—Wade's mother Jackie, his younger brother Connor, Aimee En and Pearl Maze, a young police officer with a tragic past, If I Die Tonight is a story of family ties and dark secrets—and the lengths we'll go to protect ourselves.

. Winner of the edgar award for best paperback original reminiscent of the bestsellers of laura lippman and harlan coben—with a dose of Big Little Lies or Stranger Things—an absorbing, addictive tale of psychological suspense from the author of the highly acclaimed and Edgar Award-nominated What Remains of Me and the USA Today bestselling and Shamus Award-winning Brenna Spector series, in which a seemingly open-and-shut police case with a clear-cut hero and villain turns out to be anything but simple.

If I Die Tonight: A Novel - Late one night in the quiet hudson Valley town of Havenkill, a distraught woman stumbles into the police station—and lives are changed forever. Aimee en, claims that a teenage boy stole her car, once a darling of the ’80s pop music scene, then ran over another young man who'd rushed to help. But is everything as it seems? the case quickly consumes social media, into a folk hero, a local high school football star, and the suspect, a high school outcast named Wade Reed, transforming Liam, into a depraved would-be killer.

As liam miller’s life hangs in the balance, the events of that fateful night begin to come into focus.





Like Lions: A Novel

Minotaur Books - Now with like lions, he cements his place as one of the outstanding new voices in crime fiction. Clayton burroughs is a small-town georgia sheriff, and, improbably, a new father, the heir apparent of Bull Mountain’s most notorious criminal family. As he tries to juggle fatherhood, his job and his recovery from being shot in the confrontation that killed his two criminally-inclined brothers last year, he’s doing all he can just to survive.

Like lions: A Novel Hardcover. Brian panowich burst onto the crime fiction scene in 2015, winning awards and accolades from readers and critics alike for his smoldering debut, Bull Mountain. Revenge is a powerful force, and the vacuum left by his brothers’ deaths has left them all vulnerable. Yet after years of carefully toeing the line between his life in law enforcement and his family, he finally has to make a choice.

Like Lions: A Novel - 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. A book filled with unforgettable characters and a tension that heightens with every chapter. The wall street journal A powerful follow up to multiple award-winning debut Bull Mountain.

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.





November Road: A Novel

William Morrow - He learns that’s she determined to give herself and her kids a new life; she can’t know that he’s desperate to leave his old one behind. Another rule—fugitives shouldn’t fall in love, especially with each other. Exceptional. Stephen king, daring possibilities, new york times bestselling author named a best book of the year by entertainment weekly • washington post • aarP • Newsweek • Dallas Morning News • South Florida Sun-Sentinel • Crime Reads Set against the assassination of JFK, a poignant and evocative crime novel that centers on a desperate cat-and-mouse chase across 1960s America—a story of unexpected connections, and the hope of second chances from the Edgar Award-winning author of The Long and Faraway Gone.

Frank guidry’s luck has finally run out. A loyal street lieutenant to New Orleans’ mob boss Carlos Marcello, Guidry has learned that everybody is expendable. But now it’s his turn—he knows too much about the crime of the century: the assassination of President John F. When people say they want to read a really good novel, the kind you just can’t put down, this is the kind of book they mean.

November Road: A Novel - But now guidry doesn’t want to just survive, he wants to really live, maybe for the first time. Everyone’s expendable, or they should be, but now Guidry just can’t throw away the woman he’s come to love. And it might get them both killed. A road isn’t just a road, it’s a trail, and Guidry’s ruthless and relentless hunters are closing in on him.





The River: A novel

Knopf - Jack is more rugged, raised on a ranch in Colorado where sleeping under the stars and cooking on a fire came as naturally to him as breathing. When they hear a man and woman arguing on the fog-shrouded riverbank and decide to warn them about the fire, their search for the pair turns up nothing and no one.

A national bestseller"a fiery tour de force… I could not put this book down. Like lions: A Novel Hardcover. But: the next day a man appears on the river, paddling alone. It truly was terrifying and unutterably beautiful. Alison borden, and violencewynn and jack have been best friends since freshman orientation, white water, the story of two college students on a wilderness canoe trip--a gripping tale of a friendship tested by fire, books, bonded by their shared love of mountains, The Denver PostFrom the best-selling author of The Dog Stars, and fishing.

The River: A novel - When they decide to canoe the maskwa River in northern Canada, they anticipate long days of leisurely paddling and picking blueberries, and nights of stargazing and reading paperback Westerns. But a wildfire making its way across the forest adds unexpected urgency to the journey. Wynn is a gentle giant, a Vermont kid never happier than when his feet are in the water.

. Is this the man they heard? and, where is the woman? From this charged beginning, master storyteller Peter Heller unspools a headlong, if he is, heart-pounding story of desperate wilderness survival.





Double Wide

Brash Books - Beautiful, hard-living reporter Roxanne Santa Cruz, who keeps a. 380 colt and a bottle of chivas in her car, joins Stark to help him uncover his friend’s fate, a dangerous pursuit that pits them against a ruthless gang of drug-dealing killers. More praise for "double wide":“'Double Wide' is a rollicking page-turner.

Banks' strong noir debut will remind many of early Joe Lansdale. As twisted and bumpy as a desert road at night. Read it!” –phoef sutton, new york times bestselling author 'Wicked Charms, ' 'Curious Minds' and Emmy award winning TV writer 'Cheers, ' 'Boston Legal'. Double wide' is classic crime in its best new clothes, Goodis-style grand failure and Chandler’s streetwise knight welded to the same frame and left baking in the Arizona desert until only the essential remains.

He displays an excellent ear for bitter, cynical dialog and an unsparing eye for desperate characters running on empty. He lives in peaceful anonymity with a collection of colorful outcasts until someone leaves his former catcher’s severed hand on his doorstep. Great writing line to line, wonderful evocation of place, each sentence edged with grit and humor – here where death is another story’s start-up.

Double Wide - James sallis, author of 'drive'“The book is so good that it’s hard to believe it’s a debut novel. Banks crafted his fast-moving plot expertly. The yarn is exceptionally well-written, banks’s descriptions of the Arizona desert so vivid that you’ll rush to turn up the air conditioner, his portrayals of his colorful characters so memorable that you’ll find yourself wondering what else those who survived the tale are up to once you finish the last page.





Force of Nature: A Novel

Flatiron Books - But one of the women doesn’t come out of the woods. Every word is near perfect. And each of her companions tells a slightly different story about what happened. Finn, author of the woman in the WindowSelect praise for The Dry:"One of the most stunning debuts I've ever read. Harper has made her own major mark.

The new york times Like lions: A Novel Hardcover. Federal police agent Aaron Falk has a keen interest in the whereabouts of the missing hiker. Goodreads choice award finalist mystery & thriller, 2018 bookbrowse best books of 2018winner of the prix polar Award for Best International NovelBookRiot’s 25 Best Suspense Books from 2018Davitt Awards shortlist for Adult Crime Novel 2018Dead Good Reads shortlist for Best Small Town Mystery 2018Five women go on a hike.

Force of Nature: A Novel - An astonishing book from an astonishing writer. A. J. But did that lead to murder?“Force of Nature bristles with wit; it crackles with suspense; it radiates atmosphere. Only four return. Jane harper, the new york times bestselling author of the dry, asks: How well do you really know the people you work with?When five colleagues are forced to go on a corporate retreat in the wilderness, they reluctantly pick up their backpacks and start walking down the muddy path.

Read it!"―david baldacci, #1 new York Times bestselling author“A breathless page-turner … Ms.





Wolf Pack A Joe Pickett Novel

G.P. Putnam's Sons - Meanwhile, bodies are piling up in and around Joe's district in shocking numbers. Like lions: A Novel Hardcover. Teaming up with a female game warden based on a real person, one of the few female game wardens at work in Wyoming today to confront these assassins, Joe finds himself in the most violent and dangerous predicament he's ever faced.

When joe tries to lay down the rules for the drone operator, he's asked by the FBI and the DOJ to stand down, which only makes him more suspicious. The bad news is that he's come to learn that a drone is killing wildlife--and the drone belongs to a mysterious and wealthy man whose son is dating Joe's own daughter, Lucy.

Wolf Pack A Joe Pickett Novel - Wolf pack a joe pickett novel Hardcover - March 12, 2019. Box. The good news is that joe Pickett has his job back, after his last adventure in The Disappeared. Wyoming game warden joe pickett encounters bad behavior on his own turf--only to have the FBI and the DOJ ask him to stand down--in the thrilling new novel from #1 New York Times-bestselling author C.

J. Their target seems to be the mystery man and everyone--including Joe, Nate, and others--who is associated with him. He begins to fear that a pack of four vicious killers working on behalf of the Sinaloa cartel known as the Wolf Pack has arrived.





Whiskey When We're Dry

Viking - A talented sharpshooter herself, jess's quest lands her in the employ of the territory's violent, capricious Governor, whose militia is also hunting Noah--dead or alive. Wrestling with her brother's outlaw identity, and haunted by questions about her own, Jess must outmaneuver those who underestimate her, ultimately rising to become a hero in her own right.

. Told in jess's wholly original and unforgettable voice,  Whiskey When We're Dry is a stunning achievement, an epic as expansive as America itself--and a reckoning with the myths that are entwined with our history. Like lions: A Novel Hardcover. Wolf pack a joe pickett novel Hardcover - March 12, 2019. Desperate to fend off starvation and predatory neighbors, binds her chest, saddles her beloved mare, she cuts off her hair, and sets off across the mountains to find her outlaw brother Noah and bring him home.

Whiskey When We're Dry - It's riveting in all the right ways -- a damn good read that stayed with me long after closing the covers. Timothy egan,  new york times bestselling author of the worst hard time  from a blazing new voice in fiction, a gritty and lyrical American epic about a young woman who disguises herself as a boy and heads west In the spring of 1885, seventeen-year-old Jessilyn Harney finds herself orphaned and alone on her family's homestead.

Named a best book by entertainment Weekly, Goodreads, Outside Magazine, Southern Living, O Magazine, Oprah. Com, fodor’s travel,  hellogiggles, Parade, Read it Forward, Sioux City Journal, Medium. Com, and npr’s All Things Considered.