The Lost Years by Mary Higgins Clark
Just Weeks after discovering a letter that may have been written by Jesus Christ himself, biblical scholar Jonathan Lyons is found shot to death in his study. Police suspect his wife, who suffers from Alzheimer's, murdered him in a jealous rage. But the priceless parchment is missing, and Jonathan had recently confided to a family friend his suspicions that someone he once trusted had designs on the ancient document. It is up to his daughter, Mariah, to clear her mother of murder charges and unravel the real mystery behind her father's death-before her own revelations become her last.
8 Sandpiper Way by Debbie Macomber
Emily Flemming thinks her husband, Dave, might be having an affair. She found an earring in his pocket, and it's not hers. She's also worried because some jewelry was recently stolen from an old woman-and Dave used to visit her a lot. He's a pastor, and a good man. She can't believe he's guilty of anything, but why won't he tell her where he's been when he comes home so late?
Back on Blossom Street by Debbie Macomber
There's a new shop on Seattle's Blossom Street- a flower store called Susannah's Garden, right next door to A Good Yarn. Susannah Nelson, the owner, has just hired an assistant named Colette Blake, a young widow who's obviously hiding a secret-or two.
When Susannah and Colette both join Lydia Goetz's new knitting class, they discover that Lydia and her sister, Margaret, have worries of their own. Margaret's daughter, Julia, is the victim of a random carjacking, and the entire family is thrown into emotional chaos.
Then there's Alix Townsend, whose wedding is only months away. She's not sure she can go through with it, though. A reception at the country club, with hundreds of guests she's never met-it's just not Alix. But, like everyone else in Lydia's knitting class, she knows there's a solution to every problem...and that another woman can usually help you find it!
The Yard by Alex Grecian
Victorian London is a dangerous and cruel city-a cesspool of crime. Countless bodies wash ashore on the banks of the Thames each week with their throats slit, and Saucy Jack has, spectacularly, eluded capture. Londoners have only contempt for their police protectors. Enter Sir Edward Bradford, the Commissioner of Police, who creates a special team of twelve detectives, and call them the Murder Squad.
Detective Inspector Walter Day is new to the Murder Squad, a country constable who moved to London to provide a more suitable life for his new wife. When a body is found in an abandoned steamer trunk, it is Day who is called to Euston Square Station. To his shock and horror, the dismembered corpse belongs to one of his fellow Murder Squad detectives: Inspector Christian Little. One of the twelve, now gone.
Little's death galvanizes his comrades at Scotland Yard, and Sir Edward places top priority on solving the case. Inspector Day, in over his head, solicits help from an unlikely source-Dr. Bernard Kingsley, a coroner at University College Hospital. Kingsley is a forensic pioneer, but his advancements are ignored by the overworked police force-until Day pays attention. Meanwhile the killer is not finished with the Murder Squad. But why?