The Rose Code by Kate Quinn

Set in the thick of World War II, the story follows three women from very different backgrounds as they all find themselves recruited to work at mysterious Bletchley Park. With the stress of war taking its toll, Olsa, Mab, and Beth quickly find the bonds of their...

The Clockmaker’s Daughter by Kate Morton

Nestled in the English countryside rests the mysterious house of Birchwood Manor. Here in 1862 a young group of artists went on holiday, filling the house with gaiety and fun until a sudden accident ends the trip with murder and a mystery. Fast forward to 2017,...

The Fall: a novel by John Lescroart

Another Dismas Hardy courtroom drama. This time the key attorney isn’t Dismas, but his daughter, Rebecca.So although, Dismas and Abe are in the novel, the real focus is on Rebecca. I love Lescroart’s writing. We get to know the characters and he creates realistic,...

The Art of Crash Landing by Melissa DeCarlo

This debut novel has some depressing themes, but DeCarlo’s writing and humor make the book well worth reading. Mattie is a young, pregnant girl, who continually takes more than gives. When she discovers that her grandmother died, Mattie takes off for Oklahoma in...

Corrupted by Lisa Scottoline

This is a Bennie Rosato mystery about the Kids for Cash scandal in Luzerne County.  Lisa writes with a lot of dialogue and tons of action. It is limited on description, but her storyline is superb. I highly recommend Corrupted. It is a quick read that will grab your...

The Crossing by Michael Connelly

OK, I admit it; I have a crush on Harry Bosch. He is a stud muffin. This man seeks to find the truth at all costs, even though he’s no longer part of the LAPD. Retired and bored, he decides to help his friend, Mickey Haller, on a brutal murder and rape case. The case...