The acclaimed author of Pegasus Descending follows the adventures of detective Dave Robicheaux, who struggles with alcoholism and rage while fighting to protect lives in Katrina-devastated New Orleans. 250,000 first printing.
An inside look at the growing drug epidemic of methamphetamine use in every socioeconomic group across America follows the users, creators, couriers, and law enforcers as it traces the hidden history of the drug. 35,000 first printing.
Twenty years after witnessing the violent disappearances of two companions from their small Dublin suburb, detective Rob Ryan investigates a chillingly similar murder that takes place in the same wooded area, a case that forces him to piece together his traumatic memories.
When a man is killed by being thrown from a helicopter high over the California desert, loner Jack Reacher discovers that someone is targeting his old friends and teammates and launches a personal campaign to end the conspiracy before it claims any more lives. 250,000 first printing.
In the aftermath of an Amsterdam-based terrorism analyst's murder by a Muslim immigrant, Gabriel Allon investigates clues pertaining to the victim, in a case with ties to a secret terrorist organization and the abduction of an ambassador's daughter.
In the peaceful New England university town of Elm Harbor, a murder threatens to unravel the thin veneer hiding the racial complications of the town's past, the hidden secrets of a prominent family, and African-American political influence in the United States. By the author of The Emperor of Ocean Park. 300,000 first printing.
Barely escaping with his life when he receives a warning note telling him to flee an Internet café that subsequently explodes, San Francisco writer Nat Idle recognizes the note's handwriting as belonging to his believed-dead girlfriend, a realization that enmeshes him in a web of manipulation and conspiracy.
Sonchai Jitplecheep, the son of a GI and a Thai bar girl and an honest Bangkok cop, investigates the murder of a charismatic African-American Marine sergeant, killed by a python and a swarm of cobras in a locked car, and the subsequent death of his partner, making his way through a world of illicit drugs, prostitution, and corruption to find a vicious killer. Reprint. 100,000 first printing.
In a fictional memoir, popular girl detective Nancy Drew Nickerson sets the record straight about her life and her investigative exploits, revealing that Carolyn Keene, Nancy's college roommate, shamelessly plagiarized her tales from Nancy's real-life adventures, and offers startling revelations about the Hardy Boys, nurse Cherry Ames, Bess, George, and her husband, Ned. 25,000 first printing.
Drifting from relationship to relationship in his work as a killer for hire, Gideon interacts with a range of con artists, prostitutes, and broken-hearted clients while passing time with three very different women, each of whom wishes to capture his heart. By the author of Chasing Destiny. 150,000 first printing.
This Herralde Award-winning novel chronicles a strange journey that follows the steps of two Latin American poets, Arturo Belano and Ulises Lima, as they struggle to escape from an unknown past, in a novel that follows their odyssey as seen through the eyes of the people whose paths they cross in Central America, Europe, Israel, and West Africa. 50,000 first printing.
A rebellious survivor of North Korea's brutal totalitarian regime, Inspector O, a state security officer, risks his life and career to solve a case that begins innocuously enough when he is asked to photograph a certain vehicle. 10,000 first printing.
Omar Yussef, a history teacher at a UN school in the West Bank, manages to stay away from all the violence surrounding him, until a former pupil, George Saba, a Palestinian Christian accused of collaborating with the Israelis, is charged with murder, and Omar, unable to believe in his guilt, decides to investigate the case for himself. A first novel. Reprint.