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Mystery/Suspense September 2014

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New in October 2014

Who R U Really? by Margo Kelly
When the boy she likes at school disappoints her, fourteen-year-old Thea connects with a fellow player of the online game, Skadi, but although he claims to love her she becomes more and more uncomfortable with him and having to cover up their relationship.

Love is the Drug by Alaya Dawn Johnson
Emily is an African American high school senior in Washington D.C., member of a privileged medical family, on the verge of college and the edge of the drug culture, and not really sure which way she will go--then one day she wakes up in a hospital with no memory of what happened.

Remember Me by Romily Bernard (Sequel to:  Find Me)
"Teen hacker Wick Tate has to decide between right and wrong as she tries to solve another murder and discover the truth about her mother's suicide"-- Provided by publisher.

As Red as Blood by Salla Simukka
In the midst of the freezing Arctic winter, seventeen-year-old Lumikki Andersson walks into her school's darkroom and finds a stash of money splattered with someone's blood. She is swept into a whirlpool of dangerous encounters with dirty cops and a notorious drug kingpin as she helps to trace the origin of the cash.

The Paris Mysteries by James Patterson (Sequel to: Confessions: The Private School Murders)
Sixteen-year-old Tandy Angel moves to Paris for a fresh start with her siblings and to be reunited with James, her lost love, but her detective work soon uncovers long-buried family secrets that threaten to destroy her life.soo

New in September 2014

Random by Tom Leveen
The night before going on trial in a sensational felony case that has ruined her life, sixteen-year-old Tori Hershberger receives a random phone call from a stranger contemplating suicide and she begins a race against time to save him.

Snitch by Olivia Samms (Book 2, The Bea Catcher Chronicles)
Bea, possessed with a paranormal ability to literally draw what a person is thinking, helps the police with a murder.

 

New in August 2014

The Sound by Sarah Alderman
Taking a summer job as a nanny on Nantucket Sound, heartbroken Ren forges an unlikely bond with a local bad boy from a privileged family only to question the dangerous natures of her new friends in the wake of a murder.

New in July 2014

Conversion by Katherine Howe
When girls start experiencing strange tics and other mysterious symptoms at Colleen's high school, her small town of Danvers, Massachusetts, falls victim to rumors that lead to full-blown panic, and only Colleen connects their fate to the ill-fated Salem Village, where another group of girls suffered from a similarly bizarre epidemic three centuries ago.

The Body in the Woods by April Henry
While helping the Portland County Sheriff's Search and Rescue to seek a missing autistic man, teens Alexis, Nick, and Ruby find, instead, a body and join forces to find the girl's murderer, forming an unlikely friendship, as well.

Everyone Dies in the End by Brian Katcher
Seventeen-year-old Sherman Andrews, determined to become an investigative journalist, discovers the existence of a secret, dangerous organization while researching his first project at the Missouri Scholars 'Academy.

The Vanishing Season by Jodi Lynn Anderson
Maggie's short stay in a small town becomes life changing when someone starts killing teenage girls.