“The Girl on the Train” by Paul Hawkins (audio and HC): a women’s daily routine gets a jolt she sees a presumably happily-married woman kissing another man. Psychological suspense in the style of “Gone Girl.” “The Nightingale” by Kristin Hannah: two sisters in wartime France, one becomes a partisan; the other hosts a Wehrmacht officer. “Funny Girl” by Nick Hornby: Sophie Straw navigates her transformation from provincial ingénue to television starlet in 60s’ London. “Cane and Abe” by James Grippando: a prosecutor becomes a prime suspect in his wife’s disappearance, “Crash and Burn” by Lisa Gardner: is a missing child the figment of a crash victims’ imagination? or, not? “The Rosie Project” by Graeme Simsion: a professors “orderly, evidence-based” courtship.