Mystery & Thriller

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“Fans of Karen Slaughter will find Haseldine’s crime fiction rewarding . . .”

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Sarah James is a medical intern in San Francisco living in a pre-war building in Pacific Heights. Overworked and often exhausted, Sarah enjoys her neighbors who are mostly senior citizens. 

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“Berry takes her protagonist down the path to discovery, and the perpetrator turns out to be the least likely character. It is a very satisfying ending.”

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“Crombie lays before the reader a maze with stops and starts at every turn.

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“a remarkable debut novel . . . meticulously researched and a sure bestseller.”

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“Sympathy for Celia and a curiosity about children trapped in bunkers with psychopaths keeps the heart of this novel beating . . .”

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“Where She Went is a fast-paced thriller . . .

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“Isaacs’ writing is clever and funny, with laugh-out-loud moments and strong character development.”

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The Shape of Night expertly blends mystery with romance and speculative fiction.”

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“As always, Cornwell establishes time, place and mood by expertly crafting each scene to make you feel as if you’re in it.”

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This contemplative thriller commences in the summer of 1986 in Opal Beach, New Jersey, when posters dotted the area of a missing girl named Maureen Haddaway.

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“This is a very entertaining novel, full of local color equally in Boston, Romania, and Istanbul, where the author dwells lovingly, with the finesse of a gourmand, over the many meals the c

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“Author Kavanagh is a master of head-spinning misdirection, firing one OMG plot twist after another.”

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“Bob Proehl’s The Nobody People is a thought-provoking exploration of what it is like to be an extraordinarily gifted somebody in a world filled with average but paranoid and bigot

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Bomber’s Moon delivers action and adventure, passion and compassion, philosophy and pathos, deft characterization across diverse personalities and backgrounds, description of plac

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“With a diverse and colorful cast of characters, and two very challenging crimes to solve, The Empty Birdcage is a delightful telling of the relationship between a pair of siblings

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“A thriller recommended for fans of the genre, and also for those who enjoy historical fiction.”

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When “the brass upstairs decided to promote a brown-nosing pile of crap and my least favorite partner ever, a fellow by the name of Paul Kramer, to be my boss . . .

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“If you like your thrillers fast-paced, intelligent, tough and good to the last drop, The Deserter is right up your alley.

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The Dead Beat Scroll is a delicious casserole of crime noir.

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“Walt Longmire is one of the most beloved lawmen in contemporary American crime fiction.”

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“Linwood Barclay delivers another high-octane thriller with enough red herrings to serve a dinner party of 12 . . .”

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“Gripping and spine-tingling, What Rose Forgot is sure to raise the hackles of lovers of psychological thrillers.”

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“Martin Edwards crafts vivid descriptions of both character and setting that embed the reader into the scene in a way few writers can achieve.”

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