Mystery & Thriller

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Millions of dollars’ worth of stolen diamonds, mixed up with murder . . .

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“A new Longmire novel is always a welcome treat, and Daughter of the Morning Star is another slam-dunk.”

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With his fourth novel, Wiley Cash demonstrates once again a breadth of compassion, an awareness of the intricacies of most of his character, and a willingness to end a story on an unexpected note.

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“As Luke [the protagonist] dives farther into his ancestor’s mind, we dive with him, hoping to exonerate the simple crook while admiring his bravado.

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“Filled with characters of questionable morality and multiple timelines, Dark Things I Adore makes for a thrilling read.”

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“a top-notch literary novel.”

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“Harlem Shuffle, a captivating crime novel from two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Colson Whitehead, renders 1960s Harlem in vivid and evocative detail, simmering with

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“The time of someone’s death doesn’t exist until Sapere Aude calculates it, forcing the waveform to collapse. ‘You do the math, and it makes the math come true.’”

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“A ghost and the new owner of her home set out to solve a mystery and uncover a more sinister secret than a mere haunting.”

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“Reading The Dark Remains yields far more than the strangely amazing and touching answer to ‘What if you combined crime noir geniuses McIlvanney and Rankin?’”

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“A character study of one woman’s humanity and sacrifice.”

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“keeps the reader guessing who the real culprit is, and the reader will be satisfied with the outcome. The required dramatic climax is harrowing and well written.”

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“Even as The Peculiarities veers far from the Benjamin Weaver template into strange and unsettling new terrain, infused with dark magic and vivid body horror, it should delight and

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There are many, many cozy mysteries out there, more than any fan can read in a decade. This new entry into the genre doesn’t rank among the best, though it will satisfy undemanding readers.

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“Turnbull’s prose is captivating, poetic without being pretentious, a pleasure to read. . . . A stunning, enthralling novel.”

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“The way Mattie handles her service dog, the logistics of his training, his canine personality, the important evidence he believably uncovers, and their warm yet disciplined interaction rem

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“finely wrought story sure to enthrall the most discerning reader.”

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“fun, entertaining, and hard to put down, a twisty whodunit with a satisfying conclusion.”

Chloe Sevre is a psychopath.

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“readers can be assured that the Twin Rivers series will deliver the same intellectual and emotional qualities as its predecessors.”

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“the required tension-filled dénouement is well done and keeps the final pages turning.”

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“Another Kind of Eden is a challenging tale by an accomplished master of crime fiction.”

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High emotion is balanced by high intellect and a high level of craft, revealing an author at the top of her game.”

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“Take my word for it: if you don’t live in a small town now, you probably shouldn’t move to one. . . . Resist these impulses. Trust me.

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“City Problems is terrific. Don't miss it!”

Meet Ed Runyon, a cop with a heart, though he doesn't always show it.

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“Unfortunately, this novel has problems on several levels.”

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