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The Journal Gazette

Wednesday, January 09, 2019 1:00 am

New library books

The following mysteries are new at the Woodburn branch of the Allen County Public Library.

“Fractured Truth” by Susan Furlong

When the mutilated remains of a young woman are found in an Appalachian Mountain cave, newly sworn-in deputy sheriff Brynn Callahan is forced to track down a killer driven by twisted motives.

“The Boy” by Tami Hoag

When a 7-year-old boy is brutally murdered at the same time his 13-year-old babysitter goes missing, detectives Nick and Annie sift through a grieving mother's troubled past to uncover the truth.

“Hunting Annabelle” by Wendy Heard

Falling in love after three years in a 1980s psychiatric prison for murder, Sean is unable to stay uninvolved when his girlfriend is kidnapped and the police declare him a chief suspect.

“Before We Were Strangers” by Brenda Novak

Reeling from a traumatic loss, Sloane McBride returns to her childhood hometown to uncover the truth about her mother's mysterious disappearance years earlier, a mystery that is complicated by community secrets and questions about her father's innocence.

“Pandemic” by Robin Cook

When a heart transplant recipient abruptly dies under suspicious circumstances, Dr. Jack Stapleton follows leads to a gene-editing biotechnology and the unethical requirements of a megalomaniacal businessman.