John Sandford’s newest addition to his Prey series, Neon Prey, is set to release on April 23. At the beginning of a seemingly simple investigation, Davenport and his team unearth some shocking surprises that send them on a chase to catch an elusive serial killer. In the 29th title in this expansive series, Sandford continues to deliver his characteristic shocking twists as Davenport stalks his quarry under the neon lights of Las Vegas.
In the newest addition to David Baldacci’s Amos Decker series, Detective Amos Decker must use his indefatigable memory to address past mistakes that could lead to a new threat. When Decker is confronted by one of the accused criminals that he helped put away, he is forced to reexamine one of his first cases as a detective. Redemption is the 5th book in this series, so you may still have time to read them all before its expected release on April 16.
Fern Michaels’ Far and Away chronicles Sophie De Luca’s attempts to right a past wrong in the home she shares with her new husband. By correcting the decades-old injustice that haunts her home, Sophie and her three childhood friends could uncover the path to their own happy endings along the way. This selection is due out on April 30.
Martha Hall Kelly’s Lost Roses is set in 1914, a generation prior to her popular Lilac Girls (2017), and follows the story of her previous heroine’s mother. Lost Roses is a sweeping narrative that chronicles Eliza’s actions during World War I as she travels through Russia, Paris, and America. Kelly’s newest moving story spans generations and continents and is expected to be released on April 9.
In The Mother-in-Law, Sally Hepworth depicts Lucy’s strained relationship with her husband’s mother, Diana. Lucy’s relationship with her mother-in-law deviates from the cliché when Diana’s apparent suicide is revealed to be murder. The Mother-in-Law offers insight to both Lucy and Diana’s point of view as their difficult relationship leads to a complicated murder investigation that manages to implicate all members of Lucy’s new family. Hepworth’s thrilling mystery is expected on April 23.
In I Know Who You Are, Alice Feeney delivers a shocking, twisting narrative as almost-famous Aimee Sinclair deals with the simultaneous disappearance of her husband and all the money in her bank account. As she tries to uncover what has happened, Aimee worries that someone must know about her past. Worse, they may know more about her than she knows about herself. Feeney, the author of Sometimes I Lie (2017), continues to play with the concepts of secrets, memory, and identity in this mystery expected to release on April 23.
These are just a few of the great new releases scheduled for this month. You can always come browse our New Arrivals collection for more books like these. If you are interested in joining the Bestsellers Club or placing holds on any of these items, please let us know.