Crime Mystery & Thriller

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“Only a reader skilled in picking out details will guess this story’s finish.”

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“Nick Petrie keeps it all moving, with all the balls in the air, so there isn’t really time for disbelief—just for the next weapon and defensive maneuver, with an edge of self-sacrifice.”

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Twenty is an excellent legal thriller by an experienced hand at storytelling . . .”

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“Lindsay’s clear description of locations and people provides the reader with a sense of ‘being there’ and accepting these people as real.”

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“Connelly spins a story in which the risk is life itself, and the collateral damage may be integrity.

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“Mengiste and Akashic have done us a service by putting together this intriguing collection.”

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The author’s portrayal of the adolescent girl is so graceful, so intelligently sensitive, the writing so lyrical and lovely . . .”

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“Woods provides a lively romp of a book, but it’s built for entertainment, not solving puzzles. Pick up a copy to update your sense of why James Bond was and is adored.”

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For Salvo Montalbano, the whole episode is as dramatic as a film.

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“The denouement ties life, love, and mystery together, as all excellent murder mysteries do.”

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“Don't make any plans for tomorrow, people. You're not going anywhere until you finish this book. And you'll need time to catch your breath, too.”

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Booked for Death is a solid addition to a popular cozy category . . .”

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“There’s a buzz around Eva García Sáenz and her trilogy, and The Silence of the White City is a crime novel you’ll want to put at the top of your summer reading list.”

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Bullets, car wrecks, chases, mayhem. There is lots of blood. Blacktop Wasteland is grim and gritty.”

Buckle up.

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“The Summer of Kim Novak brings back to life that adolescent quandary of feeling like you know more than the adults around you, but being desperately afraid that y

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“Undercard is a good crime novel and a solid debut for David Albertyn.”

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“Despite the classic investigations that Poke leaps into, with violence and threat and red herrings and regret, Poke Rafferty is a person who cares enough to listen, to experience, and to c

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“Perhaps the first three stories in the series provide the reader with a more definitive sense of characters and story, but Rigged fails to make the grade.”

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“The Last Scoop is another surefire success for author R. G.

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The book spins quickly into risk and danger, and the final chapters, fast-paced and dark with threat, provide one of the best manhunt and intended escape sequences of curr

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Hopefully your life is so good that the word “diabolical” never need enter your mind or cross your lips.

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The crimes we commit in search of security and protection, for ourselves or our loved ones, are at the center of Andrea Camilleri’s latest Inspector Montalbano adventure, The Safety Net.

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Shea O'Connor, a 23-year-old Buffalo cop, is given an assignment with the FBI to pose as a student in the small town of Kelly's Falls, New York.

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“All this gives the story a nail-biting quality on top of great characterization, a gripping plot, and clean, vivid writing.”

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