Mystery & Thriller

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“Stevens certainly raises the bar . . .”

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Stephanie, the author of a Mommy blog, writes to connect with other women to help her overcome her loneliness and recover from the death of her husband Davis, and half brother, Chris from a car wre

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“Some novels . . . stay with us and haunt us . . . The Zero and the One is one of those tales.”

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David Morrell has been called “the father of the modern action novel.” During his long career he has written more than 30 books, among them the spy thriller The Brotherhood of the Rose and

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In This Grave Hour is lucky number 13, and there’s no sign the series will stop showing how individual acts of heart can do much to counter collective tragedy.”

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Henry Chang’s crime novel Lucky marks the fifth appearance of New York Police Department Detective Jack Yu.

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". . . Schlink’s brilliance as a contemplative writer. . ."

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“the best example of the hardboiled crime noir novel . . .”

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Celine is the portrait of a remarkable woman: a plausible super-granny with endearing panache who helps heal broken hearts and wounded souls.”

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The Darkness of Evil is the seventh book in the Karen Vail series. Vail is an FBI profiler who’s investigated some of the world’s most vicious serial killers.

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"Faye’s prose seduces readers . . ."

Writer Michael Sims, on a recent New York Times Book Review podcast, called Sherlock Holmes the “first modern super hero.”

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In Farleigh Field delivers the same entertainment mixed with intellectual intrigue and realistic setting for which Bowen has earned awards . . .”

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The Lost Book of the Grail may send readers on their own searches for more Charlie Lovett novels.”

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Forget the ubiquitous British bulldog: spider-eyelashed girls, mini skirts riding ever upward, were liberation’s new logo in Swinging Sixties England.

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Is it better to leave the dead alone or bring them back into our lives?

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Heartbreak Hotel, the 32nd novel in the Alex Delaware series by Jonathan Kellerman, begins with an enticing hook.

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The Third Hell is one hell of a good story.”

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The hero of this first-in-a-series novel by Rob McCarthy derives its title from a poem by T. S. Eliot.

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A great story transports readers to a milieu with its concomitant sights, sounds, and interesting dialogue. Ideally the plot captures our attention until the final paragraph.

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“An engaging suspense thriller despite its major gaffe in the ending’s twist. Novel in its concept and construction, this is one unsettling book.”

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“the evil men do truly does live after them . . .”

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The Girl Before will appeal greatly to fans of psychological suspense, even more to those who appreciate the chills of a good haunted house story.”

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What would it take to destroy everything you appear to value in your life?

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“filled with the excitement of a Saturday morning matinee . . .”

The early life of the man calling himself Roamer was a Cinderella story.

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