Thriller readers who yearn for intrigue, swift pacing, and surreal happenings will enjoy every word of Steve Mosby’s The Reckoning on Cane Hill.
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Something may have been lost in the translation, but The Hanging Girl by Jussi Adler-Olsen is flat.
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“the Flemish setting and the unexpected plot twists make this an enjoyable read.”
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“All the right foundation stones are there on which to build a solid series.”
“superb characters, the complex and convoluted plot, and the vividly rendered setting lift this historical mystery into the realm of literary fiction.”
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“a solid, entertaining story every time while demonstrating that good really can win against evil.”
“David Rosenfelt is an award-winning writer who masterfully combines Grisham-like courtroom scenes with James Herriot’s love of dogs.”
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Theresa Schwegel was born and raised in Chicago. She is an Edgar Award Winner for Best First Novel. Her latest novel, The Good Boy, takes place in Chicago, a town she knows well.
“Bad Blood is a modern-day Shakespearian West End Story with very dark undertones of forbidden love, raw animosity, and cold-blooded murder.”
“. . . just the right amount of suspense, mystery, and violence to keep the reader on edge.”
“. . . an enjoyable legal thriller—a hell of a lot better than most.”
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“Håkan Nesser is a fine writer; however, in the final analysis, Münster’s Case is just not one of his better efforts.”
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