Gone, Girl by Flynn. This one is at the public library. It's written for adults but if you are a senior looking to delve more into the adult book genre its a good suspenseful read about a woman who disappears on her anniversary. Told from multiple points of view the reader is trying to decide what happened.
I Brake for Yard Sales by Spencer. This is another from the public library. It's written for the thrifter, yard sale lover, etc. Just fun.
Dead to You by McMann. From the author of the Wake Series, this new one is a single book that tells the story of a boy who was abducted years ago and of him rejoining the family after all those years. A big twist in the end will keep you reading.
The Uncommon Reader by Bennett. This one is a novella, so it took like a day. Cute and familiar to the book lover, it tells the fictional story of the Queen of England's new found love of reading then writing and the attitude of her people to the change.
Now I'm listening to Revolution by Donnely and reading Tricks by Hopkins!
At the same time I'm editing a friend's book so it is slow going.