“Deeply engaged in the connection with the physical body and the human soul . . .”
Jack the Ripper wreaked fear and havoc across the overcrowded slums of Whitechapel in the East End of London in 1888.
The setting for this debut novel by Lindsey Lee Johnson is a high school in the over-privileged enclave of Mill Valley, California.
“The River at Night is an engaging story . . .”
“a remarkable accomplishment in literary suspense.”
“Ultimately the people who love Swanson’s work will remember . . .
“The story itself is entertaining, a tense and taut mystery with a circuitous plot that intrigues as it mystifies.”
Everything You Want Me to Be starts in March 2008 with young runaway Hattie studying the departures board at the Minneapolis airport.
“[a] charming series.”
Why does a man who has been out of the game for 35 years suddenly become a red-hot target for a military intelligence section determined to remove him permanently from the playing field?
A clever post-apocalyptic fantasy, full of hilarious one-liners, horrific science experiments gone wrong, and a snarky and sexy paratoxicologist named Phoebe.
“Move over Hitchcock, P. D. James, Ruth Rendell, and more. Here is a thriller to make others fade.
The year is 1886, the place is Colfax County, New Mexico, and the situation is tense. Deputy Sheriff Tommy Stallings is tracking psychopathic bank robber Jake Flynt and his gang.
“The Thames holds the collective memory of the city and its dwellers . . . it’s a sacred river granting death and rebirth.”
“another exciting Sigma Force adventure.”
“Truth . . . the one thing people will do anything to hide . . . because the truth will always come out in the end.”
A killer is stalking the women of Göteborg.
Crime fiction and suspense author Lawrence Block has been publishing for more than 50 years, and his latest offering is a case study in the crafting of a successful anthology of fiction: begin with
“The Knife Slipped is a gift to aficionados of the Cool and Lam series . . .”
Joy Enright is a high-school senior in Chilton, New York State.
Plaid and Plagiarism by Molly MacRae is the first in the new Highland Bookshop Mystery Series.
Out of Bounds is Val McDermid’s 30th novel.
“‘Let’s raise a glass of sparkling champagne to the great blondes of Hollywood: the sacred and the profane, the damned and the deified, the fragile and the unassailable, with Harlow’s line from
“an artful mosaic that converges with breakneck speed toward the end of the book, bringing the story to a climax and conclusion that are ultimately very satisfying . . .”
“Who says you have to be human to have a soul? . . .”
Slipping is a collection of Lauren Beukes’ previously published shorter works that shows off her skill across a range of genres.