Mary Higgins Clark, James Rollins and Nora Roberts headline April’s hot picks at the Queens Library

Queens Library  April Hot Picks

Mother Nature can’t seem to shake the doldrums of winter. For every breakout day of warmth and sunshine, a return to brutal chilly climes or unforgiving rain seems to follow. But one thing you can be certain of, rain or shine, the Queens Library will have the hottest titles and the bestselling authors on hand ready for you to borrow and burrow your noses into. And nothing beats an ornery doldrum like a good read! Here’s this month’s latest selections…

Queens Library Millers Valley

Miller’s Valley
By Anna Quindlen
Street Date*: April 5, 2016
In this masterful study of family, memory, loss, and, ultimately, discovery, of finding true identity and a new vision, a young woman unearths deep secrets about her family and unexpected truths about herself.

Queens Library As Time Goes By

As Time Goes By
By Mary Higgins Clark
Street Date*: April 5, 2016
On the brink of stardom for covering a high-profile trial, news reporter Delaney Wright finds herself caught up in a widow’s innocence for the alleged murder of her husband, despite the evidence piling up against the woman.

Queens Library The 14th Colony

The 14th Colony
By Steve Berry
Street Date*: April 5, 2016
What happens if both the president and vice-president-elect die before taking the oath of office? The answer is far from certain—in fact, what follows would be nothing short of total political chaos.

Queens Library The Obsession

The Obsession
By Nora Roberts
Street Date*: April 12, 2016
Naomi Bowes lost her innocence the night she followed her father into the woods and freed the girl he had trapped in a root cellar, revealing her father’s horrific crimes. Now, living under a new name, in a new town thousands of miles away, Naomi soon learns that no amount of distance can separate her from the nightmares of her past.

Queens Library Most Wanted

Most Wanted
By Lisa Scottoline
Street Date*: April 12, 2016
When a woman and her infertile husband, decide to take have a baby through a donor, their happiness over the pregnancy is short-lived when they discover the shocking revelation that a man arrested for a series of brutal murders is the biological father of the child.

Queens Library Eligible

By Curtis Sittenfeld
Street Date*: April 19, 2016
Wonderfully tender and hilariously funny, this modern retelling of Jane Austen’s classic, “Pride and Prejudice,” both honors and updates the beloved tale, tackling gender, class, courtship, and family.

Queens Library The Last Mile

The Last Mile
By David Baldacci
Street Date*: April 19, 2016
Popular detective Amos Decker is back to uncover the truth behind the sudden reprieve of a death-row inmate, a man whose life is scenario eerily similar to Decker’s own.

Queens Library War Hawk

War Hawk
By James Rollins
Street Date*: April 19, 2016
Former Army Ranger Tucker Wayne and his war dog Kane are thrust into a global conspiracy that threatens to shake the foundations of American democracy and has its roots in Tucker’s own past.

Queens Library 'Til Death Do Us Part

’Til Death Do Us Part
By Amanda Quick
Street Date*: April 19, 2016
In Victorian London Calista Langley operates an “Introduction” service, catering to the needs of respectable ladies and gentlemen. When she begins receiving morbid gifts from a stalking admirer, she turns for help to an untrusting and reclusive writer of detective novels, whose sister is one of Langley’s clients.

Queens Library Hide Away

Hide Away
By Iris Johansen
Street Date*: April 26, 2016
Forensic sculptor Eve Duncan returns, faced with the task of protecting a young girl with ruthless enemies who want to see her dead, but are the remote Scottish Highlands far enough away to protect the girl from danger?

*Street dates can be subject to change depending upon the book’s publisher.

For these bestsellers and more, visit the Queens Library website, www.queenslibrary.org.
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