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The Key by Simon Toyne

In this sequel to the religious conspiracy novel ‘Sanctus,’ we pick up where we left off. Liv Adamsen has survived an explosion in the Citadel, but doesn’t have any memory about how she got into the sacred fortress, or how she got out. Now her fellow survivors are mysteriously dying, one by one. She appears to be next.

The Inquisitor by Mark Allen Smith

Geiger is an ‘information retrieval’ specialist. He knows exactly how to get the information he wants, whatever means necessary. Geiger is not only good at his job, he is considered the best. The only information that continues to escape him is his own past. Geiger’s past and future collide when he is asked to get information from a twelve-year-old boy.  Mayhem ensues… Check Our Catalog

Learning to Swim by Sara J. Henry

This debut novel grabs you from the very first page, when journalist Troy Chance sees a small boy falling into the water from a passing ferry and impulsively dives in to rescue him.  The engrossing adventure that ensues includes interesting characters, a cross-border (US/Canada) police investigation, plenty of suspense, and a somewhat unpredictable outcome.

Heat Rises by Richard Castle

In this audiobook read by Johnny Heller, Nikki Heat--an interesting, tough and sexy New York homicide detective--is trying to solve the murder of a parish priest in a bondage club.  She is thwarted from investigating leads which leads her to a conspiracy inside the Police Department and a death squad trying to gun her down.  She is put on probation and has to turn to a non-policeman to assist her, writer Jameson Rook.

Sanctus by Simon Toyne

Inside the Citadel lies the oldest most important religious relic in the world.  It is greater than any relic ever recovered or revered by any religious faith.  And it is the world's greatest secret.  Toyne's book brings us inside the Citadel and into the secret sect that guards the relic.  The book begins with a very public death, which sends characters from different sides searching for answers.  This is a fast-paced, action-packed thriller. 

A Double Death on the Black Isle by A.D. Scott

Set in the Scottish Highlands in the mid-1950s, this mystery features Joanne Ross, a typist at the Highland Gazette newspaper struggling to create a new life for herself and her two young daughters after leaving an abusive husband. Her personal connections to two men who turn up dead on the same day give her a chance to try her hand at reporting that challenges her loyalties. Great local color for those who love Scotland, plus a real sense of what it was like to be a woman in the post-war years before feminism had made much headway.

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