October Adult Picks

Wondering what to read next? We’ve got you covered!

Supernatural Enhancements The Supernatural Enhancements
by Edgar Cantero


I loved this bizarre modern take on the epistolary novel. The mix of riddles, ghosts, mysterious societies and hidden rooms had me highly entertained to the very end, and I look forward to Cantero’s next!

Long Lost Long Lost
by Harlen Coben


Sports agent Myron Bolitar answers a call for help and soon finds himself on the run from among others, Homeland Security, the French police, and a terrorist organization.

Those Who Wish Me Dead Those Who Wish Me Dead
by Michael Koryta


The clock is ticking, the mountains are burning, and those who wish Jace Wilson dead are no longer far behind. It took all my self control not to read the last ten pages to see what happened! Glad I resisted the urge–it was worth the wait.

The Prime Minister’s Secret Agent The Prime Minister’s Secret Agent
by Susan Elia MacNeal


In the fourth Maggie Hope novel, MacNeal once again tosses our heroine into the mystery and intrigue of World War II. Three young ballerinas, including Maggie’s best friend, become deathly ill due to a mysterious poison. Teaming with MI-5, Maggie works to track down the source of the deadly ailment before more people become sick. Accident, or murder?

Big Little Lies Big Little Lies
by Liane Moriarty


Hooked by the first page! Even though you know someone dies at the very beginning, you don’t know who it is until the end. Laugh out loud funny in spots!

Private Down Under Private Down Under
by James Patterson


With the best detectives in the business, cutting edge technology and offices around the globe, there is no investigation company quite like Private. Now, at a glittering launch party overlooking the iconic Opera House, Private Sydney throws open its doors.

An Unwilling Accomplice An Unwilling Accomplice
by Charles Todd


Bess Crawford returns from France nursing soldiers at the front only to find she has been summoned to Buckingham Palace to tend to a wounded hero while he receives a medal from the King. Shortly after, Sergeant Wilkins disappears, leaving a trail of mystery and murder while Bess is blamed for shirking her duties. To clear her good name and reputation, Bess and family friend Simon Brandon must find the Sergeant and solve the murder. Todd’s Bess Crawford mysteries immerse you in the terror and hardship of Britain and France during World War I without being gory or romantic. Fans of Downton Abbey will find this series very enjoyable.

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