For all you James Patterson addicts out there, I am not going to highlight his new books coming out in April. Suffice it to say, he has three new adult titles as well as a children’s book and a young adult book! Here are his three adult books to fulfill your Patterson cravings:
The 13-minute murder is a compilation of three thrillers: Dead Man Running, 113 Minutes and The 13-minute Murder
18th Abduction is the 18th title in his ever popular Women’s Murder Club series
Miracle at St. Andrews is the third golf book in Patterson’s “Miracle” series.
For you non-Patterson fans, never fear; there are a lot of other great titles to choose from this month.
This 14th addition to the Ali Reynold series will not disappoint. Ten years after Ali abruptly left her high-profile job as a reporter and broadcaster, the death of an old friend threatens to disrupt her now happy life. The last story she ever reported was about a young man in need of kidney, which turned into a medical scandal that landed the doctor in prison for murder. Now, despite being behind bars, Dr. Gilchrist has not only NOT forgotten those responsible for his downfall, but also has vowed to get his revenge. With the initials of the people who put him behind bars tattooed on his arm, he won’t stop until every person on his Annihilation list is dead. And Ali’s name is one of the tattoos.
In another novel where the past and present connect, Allie Garvey must face the memory and the consequences of what happened to her and her friends 20 years ago. During an evening of drinking and partying in the woods as teenagers, Allie and her friends played a deadly prank that went horribly wrong. The teenagers kept what happened a secret, believing that getting caught would be the worst thing that could happen. But time has taught Allie otherwise. Not getting caught was far worse. Now, Allie is ready for a reckoning, determined to learn how the prank went so horribly wrong. She digs to unearth the truth, but reaches a shocking conclusion that she never saw coming.
Lucas Davenport is on the trail of a serial killer. Clayton Deese may look like a small-time criminal, working for a loan-shark boss. But when the U.S. Marshalls come looking for him for information about his boss, they find much more than they expected. Deese’s rural property is littered with graves. As Lucas tracks this killer who has remained hidden for years, he discovers that Deese is full of surprises.
The very first man that Amos Decker put behind bars when he was a rookie detective was Meryl Hawkins. While visiting his hometown, Amos is approached by Meryl who is now dying of terminal cancer. Meryl claims to have been innocent of the murder for which he was convicted and his dying wish is for Decker to clear his name. Decker doesn’t believe his plea of innocence but when Meryl turns up with a bullet in his head, Decker begins to wonder if perhaps he did get something wrong those many years ago. Decker becomes determined to discover the truth, but someone wants the cold case to remain buried at all costs.