On the shelves - April 10
April 9, 2013
"The Storyteller" by Jodi Picoult. A New Hampshire baker finds herself in the midst of two Holocaust stories: Her grandmother's story of survival and the confessions of an elderly German man, an SS officer.
"The Striker" by Clive Cussler. In 1902, the young detective Isaac Bell discovers that provocateurs, not the union members he was hired to investigate, are causing trouble in the coal mines.
"The Dinner" by Herman Koch. Two couples meet in an Amsterdam restaurant to discuss their sons' criminal activity.
"Damascus Countdown" by Joel C. Rosenberg. A C.I.A. operative searches for two nuclear warheads that survived an Israeli attack on Iran.
"Night Moves" by Randy Wayne White. Doc Ford and his friend Tomlinson are the targets of several murder attempts; the 20th Doc Ford novel.
"The Last Threshold" by R.A. Salvatore. Book 4 of the fantasy Neverwinter Saga.
"Red Velvet Cupcake Murder" by Joanne Fluke. Hannah Swensen becomes a suspect when her romantic rival turns up dead; recipes included.
"Salt, Sugar, Fat" by Michael Moss. A New York Times reporter reveals how food companies use science to encourage us to consume more of their products.
"Damn Few" by Rorke Denver. From his own SEAL training and missions overseas, Denver details how the SEALs' creative operations became front and center in America's War on Terror—and how they are altering warfare everywhere.
"Take Two" by Leeza Gibbons. This is a book about rebooting your story at any point. It's about starting over; taking inventory; and getting smarter, stronger, and sexier with no apologies, no regrets, and no turning back.