VC Andrews

John Case – The Murder Artist
During a summer-long, last-ditch attempt to reconnect with his family since separating from his wife, Washington TV reporter Alexander Callahan loses his identical twin six-year-old sons at a Maryland Renaissance fair.

Gary Hardwick – Supreme Justice
When conservative Supreme Court justice Farrell Douglas is gunned down, it falls to young black U.S. attorney Marshall Jackson to investigate America’s most important, and inflammatory, case.

Rachel Pastan – Alena
A contemporary retelling of Daphne du Maurier’s gripping and iconic novel Rebecca, ALENA tells the story of a bright young curator who finds herself haunted by the legacy of her predecessor at a small, cutting-edge art museum on Cape Cod.

Lois Duncan – Stranger with my Face
Have you ever been haunted by the feeling that someone is spying on you, lurking around your house and yard, even entering your bedroom? Are your friends plotting against you when they say they’ve seen you do things you know you haven’t done? What’s going on — and does Laurie really want to find out?

Kay Hooper – Haven
After a head injury brings on nightmares involving girls being tortured and murdered, Emma Rayburn contacts her estranged sister, Jessie, a psychic investigator.

John Saul – Black Creek Crossing
The Sullivans are thrilled with their new home at Black Creek Crossing-until they discover that a double murder occurred there, leading to some spooky doings.

Ken Follett – The Key to Rebecca
A Nazi agent possesses the secret that will open the doors of Cairo to Rommel’s advancing army. Only two people can stop him–a down-on-his-luck English officer and a beautiful Jewish girl who serves as bait.

Bernie McGill – The Butterfly Cabinet
A proud, uncompromising woman, Harriet’s great passion is collecting butterflies and pinning them under glass; motherhood comes no easier to her than her role as mistress of her remote Irish estate. When her daughter dies, her community is quick to judge her, and Harriet will not stoop to defend herself. But her journals reveal a more complex truth.

Diane Setterfield – The Thirteenth Tale
When her health begins failing, the mysterious author Vida Winter decides to let Margaret Lea, a biographer, write the truth about her life, but Margaret needs to verify the facts since Vida has a history of telling outlandish tales.

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