|Emperor of Thorns, Mark Lawrence
King of Seven Nations, Jorg Ancrath, is still seeking revenge against his father and sets his sights on becoming Emperor using lost technology.
|Extinction Machine, Jonathan Maberry
As reports of UFO sightings increase exponentially, Joe Ledger and the Department of Military Sciences try to stop an unknown entity from acquiring new technology that could bring about a world war.
|Wolves of Midwinter, Anne RiceAt Nideck Point mansion, Reuben Golden’s efforts to master his wolf nature are interrupted by the Morphenkinder’s Midwinter Yuletide festival and a tormented ghost who reveals the existence of a strange netherworld.|
|Knocking on Heaven’s Door: The Path to a Better Way of Death, Katy Butler
This is the story of one daughter’s struggle to allow her parents the peaceful, natural deaths they wanted and to investigate the larger forces in medicine that stood in the way. When doctors refused to disable the pacemaker that caused her eighty-four-year-old father’s heart to outlive his brain, Katy Butler, an award-winning science writer, embarked on a quest to understand why modern medicine was depriving him of a humane, timely death. After his lingering death, Katy’s mother, nearly broken by years of nonstop caregiving, defied her doctors, refused open-heart surgery, and insisted on facing death the old-fashioned way: bravely, lucidly, and head on. Against this backdrop of familial love, wrenching moral choices, and redemption, Knocking on Heaven’s Door celebrates the inventors of the 1950s who cobbled together lifesaving machines like the pacemaker and it exposes the tangled marriage of technology, medicine, and commerce that gave us a modern way of death.
|The Reason I Jump: The Inner Voice of a Thirteen-Year-Old Boy with Autism, Naoki Higashida
A journey into the mind of a remarkable thirteen-year-old Japanese boy with severe autism shares firsthand insights into a variety of experiences associated with the disorder, from behavioral traits and misconceptions to perceptions about the world.
|Paddle Your Own Canoe: One Man’s Fundamentals for Delicious Living, Nick Offerman
The actor known for roles in such productions as “Parks and Recreation” shares musings on a range of topics from love and manliness to grooming and eating meat, offering additional discussions of his life before fame and his courtship of his wife, Megan Mullally.
|Storm Front, John Sanford
Approached by an Israeli police officer who is tailing a man in possession of a stolen religious relic, Virgil Flowers learns that the artifact reveals startling details about the biblical King Solomon and that dangerous rivals are killing everyone who would protect it.
|The Mayan Secrets, Clive Cussler
While vacationing in Mexico, Sam and Remi Fargo discover a skeleton with an ancient Mayan book, full of secrets and information so powerful, many people who do anything to possess it.
|Dick Francis’s Refusal, Felix Francis
Retired investigator Sid Halley is lured back into the game exploring alleged race-fixing after the suspicious death of the chairman of the racing authority.