The Undertaker's Daughter by Sara Blaedel (I've only read one of Blaedel's Louise Rick series, and I enjoyed it. But this is a stand-alone and this one takes place in the states, and I liked it even better.)
City of Endless Night by Preston & Child. (You know--Special Agent Pendergast and all kinds of weirdness. I may be getting a little tired of this series, but can never resist seeing what is happening to these characters--the ones who survive, that is.)
SINthetic by J.T. Nichols. (Synths were created to perform all the jobs humans despise; they have no rights; they are disposable. This one is pretty dark, but makes you think.)
I saw this quote recently and it certainly struck a chord with me:
Warning-- Dates on calendar are closer than they appear.
Ready for Thanksgiving?