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The Final Run by Richard North Patterson

Just as SAN Francisco judge, Caroline Masters is about to be nominated to the U.S. Court of Appeals, a terrible crime a continent away throws her prospects into turmoil. Summoned home to New Hampshire, Caroline has little choice but to endanger her own future by defending her niece in a high-profile criminal case. But to mount a defense, Caroline must prove explosive secrets that have lain buried for a generation. Compelling drama from the best-selling author of ‘Eyes of a Child’.

Nathan’s Run by John Gilstrap

He’s cute. He’s twelve. And he’s America’s most wanted boy - hunted for a crime he didn’t commit. So far young Nathan Bailey has stayed one step ahead of the cops and a half step ahead of the real criminal. But with both gaining on him, Nathan’s only hope is to find a grown-up who’ll listen to the truth. Until then he must keep on using his wits. And keep on running. Edge-of-the-seat suspense from a talented new author.

Dance of the Scarecrows by Ray Sipherd

To his neighbours he is known as the bird man, friendly but reclusive ornithologist and painter who lives in the big house at Plover Point. But when a local municipal official is killed, Jonathan Wilder gets a new label: murder suspect. Wilder knows he’s being framed. But by whom? And is the crime somehow connected to the sudden sale of the town’s nature sanctuary? Evidence points to a group known as the Scarecrows. And they definitely want the bird man to fly away.

Implant by F. Paul Wilson

Once physician Duncan Lathram used his surgical skills to save lives. Now he spends his time tucking congressional tummies and lifting some of the best-know  faced on Capitol Hill. To his assistant, Gina Panzella, the change is disturbing and sad. But when a series of bizarre accidents befall Lathram’s patients, Gina finds herself drawn into a frightening plot that might just explain her mentor’s changes - and a lot more besides.

Hardcover 1996 edition with jacket cover

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