In “Swift Vengeance by T. Jefferson Parker, Lindsey Rakes, a former drone operator, begins receiving death threats from “homegrown violent extremists.” This is an “all-too-believable page-turner” (Kirkus Reviews). In “Field of Bones” by J. A. Jance, It’s double trouble for Sheriff Joanna Brady when she comes off maternity leave tpo pursue a serial killer. In “Leverage of Death b J.D. Robb, Eve Dallas must find out who coerced a company VP to attend a board meeting strapped with explosives. Reed Farrel Coleman isn’t quite as fast-paced as the late Robert B. parker, but he does his best to mime the master in this new Jesse Stone story about a series of racially motivated hate crimes. In “Pieces of Her” by Karin Slaughter, a woman who has been hiding her identity for thirty years has her cover blown by a sudden attack at a shopping mall.