Detective

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A Small Town is another example of Thomas Perry’s ability to tell a fast-paced, absorbing story with a strong central character.”

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“a very interesting novel in which the concept of the discovery of a missing child’s remains giving closure to the family is a cogent one in today’s society.”

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Sheila Connolly has been a busy writer, cranking out five series since 2008, along with novels and short stories. This new book is volume 8 in her County Cork Mysteries.

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Dread Journey is one of the best examples of suspense you will ever find in a crime fiction novel. Ever. Guaranteed.”

“I’m afraid.”

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“Those Who Came Before is a tale built on the ‘sins of the fathers’ premise, hinting that DNA may carry more than eye color and an ethnic background.

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“add this fine reissue of The Bellamy Trial to your reading list.

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“Invigoratingly engaging from start to finish, Nicholas Meyer has yet again created a fresh take on an old genre.”

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Triple Jeopardy shows emphatically that Perry’s best writing exhumes the motives of the human heart.”

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“The poison of the crimes, like the spider venom involved, threatens to incapacitate and to kill.”

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Under the Cold Bright Lights is well written. It reads quickly and holds our attention throughout. Disher’s characters, as always, pop from the page. . . .

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“a galloping good yarn peopled with realistic characters operating in an intimately evoked environment, perpetually dynamic. Such is the stuff that makes good stories . . .”

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“Off the Grid is flush with action and vivid descriptions.”

This book, set on the Big Island of Hawai'i, starts off with a bang. Literally!

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“this really extraordinary volume stands to become the new benchmark narrative . . .”

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“The Satapur Moonstone is a flawless gem. Historical mysteries don’t get any better than this.”

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“if you like learning about what makes people tick, and you appreciate the underlying absurdity and pathos of life, then Department of Sensitive Crimes will tickle your funny bone

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“a cozy mystery but nevertheless an exciting one, with tense and tough moments, aided by its rugged Scottish setting and the author’s entertaining unravelling of the plot.”

“Once more, Winspear demonstrates her exceptional ability to craft a suspenseful mystery and graphic picture of a critical time and place.”

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Evil Things introduces the readers to a small country where the winter snow hides a cataclysmic crime. It’s a chilling entry in this three-part series.”

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The Hiding Place has enough shocks and twists to keep the reader off balance until the last page.”

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Erle Stanley Gardner was once one of the most popular and widely-read American authors. Almost everyone who spoke English knew his name.

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Death in Paris is a mashup of some of the most favorite literary tropes.

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“a terrific addition to your crime fiction library. . . . provides interesting insight into Chandler’s creative processes. . . . you’re going to have fun with this one.”

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Great Britain, 1923: Detective Inspector John Redfrye is a blessing to the Cambridge CID.

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“The Mitford Murders is the first in what promises to be an absorbing mystery series.”

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