“Copper River” by William Kent Krueger finds Corky Corrigan (“Sulfur Springs”) investigating a string of teenage abductions. “Believable, complicated characters and strong writing” sets this series apart from the pack (Minneapolis Star Tribune). “The Disappeared” by C. J. Box has Joe Pickett searching for a missing British CEO. The suspenseful turns will keep readers engaged by part of the fun are Box’s “underrated touches of wry humor” (Publishers Weekly). In “Cave of Bones” by Anne Hillerman, Bernadette Manuelito’s program for at-risk teens go array when one of them stumbles upon a human skeleton. Anne, the daughter of series creator Tony Hillerman, is “gradually and gratifyingly finding her own voice” (Kirkus Reviews). “Caribbean Rim” by Randy Wayne White sees Marine biologist Doc Ford helping an old friend out of a jam involving sunken treasure. “The Third Victim” by Phil Margolin features a legendary criminal defense attorney who’s got a secret that could prove deadly. “The Bishop’s Pawn” by Steve Berry ties his latest ‘hidden secrets’ thriller to the death of Martin Luther King. “Red Alert” (Marshall Karp) and “Fifty Fifty” (Candice Fox) are the latest James Patterson suspense products.