New on the fiction shelves

Dracula in Love by Karen Essex

From the shadowy banks of the river Thames to the wild and windswept Yorkshire coast, Dracula’s eternal muse, Mina Murray, vividly recounts the intimate details of what really transpired between her and the Count—the joys and terrors of a passionate affair that has linked them through the centuries, and her rebellion against her own frightening preternatural powers.

Blind Man’s Alley by Justin Peacock

When Duncan Riley, a rising star at a prestigious New York City law firm, accepts a pro bono eviction case, he welcomes this relatively straightforward diversion from the tedium of litigation practice. Then a complication arises: Riley’s client, Rafael Nazario, is charged with the murder of the security guard at Nazario’s public housing project who’d falsely accused him of smoking pot.

With Friends Like These by Sally Koslow

When Quincy, Jules, Talia, and Chloe become New York City roommates in the early nineties, they become fast friends despite their drastically different personalities. Now, nearly twenty years later, their lives have diverged as much as they possibly can within one city… As these women grapple with the challenges of marriage, motherhood, careers, and real estate, they can’t help but assess their positions in life in comparison to each other.

Death on the D-List by Nancy Grace

The brutal slayings of a string of her patients in New York, each one a shining star turned has-been now struggling to get off the D-List and back into the limelight, and a horrific attempt on her own life leave Hailey Dean down, but not defeated.

-posted by Sonia, Readers’ Services

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