Summer Suspense

Posted on June 3, 2010. Filed under: Fiction | Tags: , |

Looking for a good summer read? Check out the new book shelves at both campuses. We have recently obtained through donation some fabulous New York Times bestselling suspense authors.

If you are into courtroom suspense, check out our new John Grisham books: The Street Lawyer and The Appeal.

Are you a CSI junky? Patricia Cornwell’s forensic science themed suspense Scarpetta may be more to your taste.

Interested in futuristic homicide investigations? We have two new J.D. Robb books: Salvation in Death and Fantasy in Death.

If you like police drama, try Hand of Evil by J.A. Jance, Phantom Prey by John Sandford, or Split Image by Robert B. Parker.

Is political intrigue more interesting to you? Try Stuart Woods’ Mounting Fears.

Are you looking for suspense involving a bounty hunter as the main character? Try Fearless Fourteen by Janet Evanovich.

Looking for suspense where a person is trying to clear their good name? Try Stuart Woods’ Short Straw.

How about a suspense where a family is trying to make it home alive? Try Sail by James Patterson and Howard Roughan.

Finally, we have a suspense about missing teenage girls and the reporter trying to get to the bottom of the mystery called Dancing in the Dark by Mary Jane Clark.

-posted by Gretchen Schneider


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