Friday, March 2, 2012

New Best Sellers for March


Private Games by James Patterson and Mark Sullivan. Peter Knight, a member of the Private investigative firm, pursues a murderer who is trying to destroy the London Olympics.

Kill Shot by Vince Flynn. A CIA super agent hunting down perpetrators of the Pan Am Lockerbie bombing finds himself caught in a dangerous trap.

The Wolf Gift by Anne Rice. The making of a modern werewolf.

I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella. A frazzled bride to be creates havoc when she appropriates a cellphone she found in the trash.

11/22/63 by Stephen King. A teacher travels back to 1958 by way of a time portal in a Maine diner.

Home Front by Kristin Hannah. A woman’s husband and children are challenged when she is deployed to Iraq.

Catch Me by Lisa Gardner. A woman asks the Boston detective D D Warren to prevent her being murdered in four days’ time.

The House I Loved by Tatiana de Rosnay. A widow defends her house, which is slated to be torn down during Baron Haussmann’s modernization of Paris in the 1860s.

A Dance With Dragons by George Martin. After a colossal battle, the Seven Kingdoms face new threats; Book 5 of A Song of Ice and Fire.

Taken by Robert Crais. It’s Joe Pike to the rescue when Elvis Cole is seized by human traffickers.

Robert Ludlum’s The Janson Command by Paul Garrison. A former American operative builds a network to help him resolve crises without torture or civilian casualties.

Raylan by Elmore Leonard. A United States marshal sent to Harlan County KY, confronts organ trafficking, strip mining, and bank robberies.

That Woman by Anne Sebba. The life of Wallis Warfield Simpson, for whom Edward VIII gave up his throne.

Killing Lincoln by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard. The heart stopping events surrounding the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.

Thinking, Fast And Slow by Daniel Kahneman. The winner of the Nobel in economic science discusses how we make choices in business and personal life and when we can and cannot trust our intuitions.


Darkest Mercy by Melissa Marr. The political and romantic tensions that began when Aislinn became Summer Queen threaten to boil over as the Faerie Courts brace against the threat of all out war.

Two Truths and a Lie by Sara Shepard. While her late twin watches from the afterlife, Emma assumes Sutton's identity to solve the mystery of the latter's murder, an investigation that repeatedly implicates the handsome and mysterious Thayer.

Beauty Queens by Libba Bray. When a plane crash strands thirteen teen beauty contestants on a mysterious island, they struggle to survive, to get along with one another, to combat the island's other diabolical occupants, and to learn their dance numbers in case they are rescued in time for the competition.

The Last Little Blue Envelope by Maureen Johnson. Seventeen year old Ginny Blackstone precipitously travels from her home in New Jersey to London when she receives a message from an unknown man telling her he has the letters that were stolen just before she completed a series of mysterious tasks assigned by her now dead aunt, an artist.

Parties &Potions by Sarah Mlynowski. High school sophomore Rachel and her younger sister Miri, both witches, are introduced to a wider community of witches while grappling with the problem of whether or not to reveal their powers to their school friends, father, and stepmother.


New Tricks I Can Do! by Robert Lopshire. Asked to leave the circus because the audiences have seen all his tricks, Spot the dog hopes to show them new tricks by turning different colors and changing the shape of his spots.

War Horse by Michael Morpurgo. Joey the horse recalls his experiences growing up on an English farm, his struggle for survival as a cavalry horse during World War I, and his reunion with his beloved master.

Enchanted Glass by Diana Wynne Jones. After his grandfather dies, Andrew Hope inherits a house and surrounding land in an English village, but things become very complicated when young orphan Aidan shows up and suddenly a host of variously magical townsfolk and interlopers start intruding on their lives.

Pinkalicious: Pinkie Promise by Victoria Kann. After Pinkalicious uses all of Alison's pink paint in class, she wonders how she can repay her best friend.

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