Beat winter blahs with suspense novels
The First Patient, by Michael Palmer.
Onetime roommates Gabe Singleton
and Andrew Stoddard are now a country doctor and president of the United
States, respectively. One day, helicopters
land on Gabe’s lawn and Andrew
emerges, asking him to come to
Washington immediately. His personal
physican has vanished and he wants
Gabe to help find him—as well as be
his doctor. Gabe soon begins to wonder
if Andrew is going mad, or being driven
mad by someone or something.
Snowfall at Willow Lake, by Susan Wiggs.
Sophie Bellamy has dedicated her life to helping
oppressed people in war-torn countries. But
when she survives a violent hostage situation,
she remembers what matters most—the children she loves back home. Haunted by regrets,
she returns home, determined to repair the
bonds with her family. There, Sophie discovers
the surprising rewards of small-town life.
getter at Rosato & Associates.
The last person she expects to
see walking into her office one
morning is Trish Gambone, her
high school rival. Before Mary
knows it, Trish vanishes. Then a
dead body turns up in an alley
and Mary is plunged into a
nightmare that threatens her
job, family and even her life.
Stranger in Paradise, by Robert
B. Parker. Police chief Jesse
Stone meets Crow, the Apache
hit man, for the second time in this series.
Crow asks Jesse to stay out of his way while he
tracks down a girl and returns her to her father.
Then, the father in question tells Crow to kill
the girl’s mother and Crow balks. Jesse and his
ex-wife, Jenn, figure in the case, too, as the danger to all escalates.
North Korea and a mole within the ranks of
the CIA. It’s all he can do just to stay alive.
Why Mars and Venus Collide: Improving
Relationships by Understanding How Men
and Women Cope Differently with Stress, by
John Gray. As Gray has taught, men and
women are very different creatures. It really
shows when they get home from work—men
tend to want to tune out, while women want
to share the events of the day. Gray offers a
practical philosophy that will help men and
women understand their roles in a work-ori-ented society, reduce tension in their lives and
create a lifetime of love and harmony.
Lady Killer, by Lisa Scottoline. Mary
DiNunzio is strong, smart and has plenty of
attitude. She’s become a big-time business-
Ghost War, by Alex Berenson. Back in
Washington, healing from his adventures in
A Faithful Spy, CIA agent John Wells is asked
to go to Afghanistan to check on renewed
Taliban activity. Wells is greeted by a deadly
power play in China, a botched mission to
Taste of Home Slow Cooker Classics, from
Taste of Home. This collection of slow-sim-mered favorites has 501 kitchen-tested and
family-approved recipes. The home-style
appetizers, soups, sandwiches, entrées and
desserts are easy to cook—all one needs is a
slow cooker. In this collection, readers will
find hundreds of full-color photos, short
ingredient lists, tips and shortcuts, and a bonus
chapter on perfect food partners for slow-cooked meals.—Valerie Ryan
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