A meteor enters Earth's orbit, one that is infinite on the inside. With the use of teleporters, scientists discover what happened to the civilization the stone came from — and what might happen to our own. First book in a fantastic trilogy!
The first book in the Spatterjay series introduces a cast of characters on an alien planet covered in oceans. Equal parts sci-fi and seafaring adventures, Asher's novel is the beginning of a great series.
There's a reason Michaelide's book remained on the NY Times bestseller lists for over a year. A captivating thriller where a criminal psychotherapist discovers the secret's behind a murderer's motives — and what that means for his safety.
A narrative biography about the live of Grace Humiston, the first female U.S. district attorney. A lawyer and detectice, Humiston furiously searches for a missing woman and the pale man who may have stolen her away. Great for fans of historical fiction that prefer more fact than fiction.
In the early 1900s, Monty Parker began searching for the fable Arc of the Covenant. What he found was mysterious manuscripts, crazy characters, and a group of archaeologists committed to discovering the holy relic. Based on a true story, this novel is for anyone who loves history (or Indiana Jones).
George R. R. Martin writes more than medieval fantast! Fevre Dream folloes Abner Marsh as he encounters vampires in 1850s Mississippi. Chilling and mysterious!
A riverting book about the search for a German U-Boat. Details the events that led to its sinking and the scuba divers who found it. One of my favorite books!
Unlike anything I've every read before — Landragin wrote a book that can be read several different ways. You can start from the beginning and read to the end, or jump around to follow the three manuscripts the narrator has sought to publish. A puzzle and a book, all in one.
A great sci-fi novel by a local author! In 1975, aliens tried to invade, but all Brooklyn wants to do is make some money and enjoy life's simple pleasures. Instead, he's set up for murder and ends up on a quest to save the world!
One of my favorite series! A dark and gritty novel about 1600s Bavaria that follows Magdalena as she is accussed of witchcraft. Her father, the village hangman, refuses to believe the chargers and must find the true killer.
Focuses on a forgotten part of the Cold War — the U.S. Navy. The book points out the importance of the Navy in protecting against the threat of the atomic bomb and undersea warfare. Who Can Hold the Sea is the first part of the history and I am eagerly awaiting the second.