Murder

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“What saves it are the meticulous descriptions of the people and places populating the story, the surprising and satisfying twist at the end, and the author's entertaining way of slipping i

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Once a reader opens Three-Inch-Teeth it is altogether possible that the book will not be closed again until the last word on the last page has been read. As with author C.J.

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“In this season of tangled and terrifying national and global issues, it’s satisfying to dip back into the masterful plotting and ultimate resolution that Connelly offers.”

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“Do the addition here, and what you’ve got is bad fixers against good fixers. Which side will cheat more? What kind of win follows?”

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“I tell other people's stories for a living.

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Zero Days is a fast-paced book in which nothing is as it seems, and you never know who to trust.”

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“Neatly blending the legal thriller, the rural police procedural, and rich Irish life into this novel is quite an achievement.”

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“Baldacci fans will find this new series to be as exciting as his previous stories and will certainly look forward to the continuing adventures of Travis Devine, the ‘6:20 Man.’”

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“a warren of heroes, villains, and hidden antagonists that initially set the reader to scratching their heads until the last page when the resolution makes sense.”

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“In its broad strokes, Blood Sisters is a compelling story and a riveting, thought-provoking read . . .”

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“The reader familiar with Margolin’s stories will carefully pick through the clues that he drops, and may or may not make their own decisions on whodunnit and why.”

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“Matlin has woven together a story of conflict, tension, action, and suspense on every page.”

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“Klavan’s writing ability and his intelligence show up on every page and make the ride worthwhile.”

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“a revelation about the cost and sometimes benefit of being flawed humans who care about others and struggle to find a way forward.”

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“Fans of the classic murder puzzle will be very pleased with this edition.”

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“This epic quest with its strands of love and loss frames an American exploration of family, grief, honor, and deep humanity in an unforgettable fashion.”

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“He found himself lying under white sheets with very little idea of how he had gotten there. It was the morning he woke up . . . He seemed to have been there for some time.”  

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“A deep-probing, layered story undulating through the shadows of domestic violence, Tell Me What I Am is a finely wrought psychological thriller . . .”

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“This book belongs on the shelf until the next library book sale.”

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Field’s Crossing in Northern Indiana is farm country, and in the winter, with the snow drifting across the open flat lands, a body lies hidden under a 15-foot pile of ice and snow.

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“Fearless is a reading experience that should require safety belts and mouth guards.”

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“Good characterizations—the killer’s point of view is woven throughout—as well as some delving into the protagonists’ inner thoughts, give this story that extra bite of reality, adding to t

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“Central Park West is a fine debut in the challenging arena of legal thrillers, and James Comey’s next venture in the genre will be most welcome.”

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“Strohmeyer’s clever adaptations around reality TV, home ‘reno,’ and online life create a page-turning thriller.”

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