Dead Silence

Dead Silence is being described as "Titanic meets The Shining" which tells you everything about this spooky novel by S.A. Barnes. The story is set in deep space where a beacon repair crew discovers a luxury space-liner called Aurora. The Aurora disappeared on its maiden voyage, and it holds so much loot that the entire crew, including the soon-to-be unemployed Claire Kovalik, will never have to work if they can salvage it. But something about the Aurora isn't right. From the whispers echoing in the dark, to the bloody messages warning them to get out, it soon becomes clear they're not alone on the ship.

Red Thread of Fate

A tragic secret upends one woman's plans for her future in Red Thread of Fate by Lyn Liao Butler. Just days before Tam and Tony Kwan receive a letter letting them know they've been approved to adopt a little boy in China, Tony dies in a car accident with his estranged cousin Mia. Now, Tam not only has to decide if she wants to go with the adoption, she also learns she has been named the guardian of Mia's five-year-old daughter. Complicating matters further is a family secret that could threaten Tam's fragile bond with the little girl who has been placed in her care.

When We Lost Our Heads

A volatile friendship defines two women's lives in When We Lost Our Heads by Heather O'Neill. The story follows Marie Antoine, the daughter of the richest man in 19th century Montreal, who wants nothing but a best friend. When Sadie Arnett moves in nearby, Marie sees this as an opportunity to connect. While Sadie and Marie quickly become friends, their friendship is a complicated one. Not only do they challenge each other, they also encourage one another to play dangerous games. Eventually their parents separate them, but their friendship will follow them straight through adulthood as their games only grow in intensity.