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Four Exciting Mysteries: No Time for Goodbye, Daddy's Girl, Thunder Bay, and I Heard that Song Before
Four Exciting Mysteries No Time for Goodbye Daddy's Girl Thunder Bay and I Heard that Song Before Author:Respectively: Linwood Barclay, Lisa Scottoline, William Kent Krueger, and Mary Higgins Clark "No Time for Goodbye" | Linwood Barclay — One morning fourteen-year-old Cynthia Bigge awakes to an unimaginable nightmare: Her entire family is gone. Disappeared. No note, no warning, no goodbyes. Nothing but an empty house. Now, twenty-five years later, Cynthia makes one last effort to find out what happened, and the truth finally begins to ... more »come out. Sometimes, though, it's better not to know.... Crackling suspense from a breakout author. - "One of the best thrillers of the year! Utterly riveting."--Tess Gerritsen
"Daddy's Girl" | Lisa Scottoline
The latest page turner from best-selling author Lisa Scottoline. Law professor Natalie Greco's comfortable world is turned upside-down when she's visiting a prison and a riot breaks out. Four men are killed, including a guard who dies in her arms, gasping, "It's under the floor." What does he mean? Nobody knows. When Nat's own life is threatened, deciphering those desperate last words is her only hope for survival. - "A nonstop joyride all the way to the finish."--'Library Journal'
"Thunder Bay" | William Kent Krueger
Ojibwe medicine man Henry Meloux has asked investigator Cork O'Connor to find Henry's long-lost son. But first Cork must unravel the story of Henry's 1920s adventure in the Canadian wilderness, when his love for a beautiful woman led to a trap of treachery, greed, and murder. Past and present collide along the shores of Ontario's Thunder Bay, where jealousy and revenge are the deadly code among men. - "Kreuger has moved to the head of the crime fiction class."--'Chicago Sun-Times'
"I Heard that Song Before" | Mary Higgins Clark
Long ago Kay Carrington heard a man, hidden from view, whistle a familiar song. That same day, a girl was murdered. Now Kay's own husband is suspected of being the killer, and Kay's memory on that day may hold the key to proving his innocence--or his guilt. But uncovering what lies behind that memory may cost Kay her own lifee. Another masterful tale from America's Queen of Suspense. - "To mystery fans, [Mary Higgins Clark] is a true national treasure."--'Associated Press'« less