P. J. Tracy Shoot to Thrill #5 in the Monkeewrench series. Computer software company(and hackers extraordinaire) teamed up with the Minneapolis police dept.
Laurie R. King The God of the Hive #10 in the Mary Russell?Sherlock Holmes series.
April Henry, Lisa Wiehl #1 in the Triple Threat trilogy. 3 friends - a reporter, a Federal prosecutor, and an FBI agent - team up to solve the disappearance of a 17-year-old Senate page, home for Christmas break. (April Henry is a local author, who signed this books for me when I went to hear wer speak at Powells)
Ann Granger The Companion #1 in the Lizzie Martin series. This is a British historical mystery.
Nevada Barr Borderline #15 in the Anna Pigeon series. She's a National Park ranger.
Claudia Bishop The Case of the Tough-Talking Turkey #2 in the Austin McKenzie series. He's a retired agricultural college professor turned veterinarion. I don't really like the main character so I probably won't be reading any more of these.
John Sandford Storm Prey #20 in the Lucas Davenport or "Prey" books.
Earlene Fowler State Fair #14 in the Benni Harper series. She's the curator at the folk art museum.
Alex Archer The Bone Conjurer #24 in the Rogue Angel series.
David Weber Off Armageddon Reef #1 in the Safehold series. Earth and its colonies have been destroyed by an ancient civilization but not before Earth sent out a colony ship to keep the human race alive. The leader of the colony ship set up an anti-technology religion so that the ancient civilization would never be able to find them.
Kelly McCullough SpellCrash # 5 in the WebMage series.
Karen Hancock The Light of Eidon #1 in the Guardian-King quartet.
Rachel Caine Kiss of Death #8 in The Morganville Vampires series.
David Weber On Basilisk Station, The Honor of the Queen, The Short Victorious War, Mission of Honor, By Schism Rent Asunder #1, 2, 3, & 16 in the Honor Harrington "Honorverse" series. #2 in the Safehold series.