Mystery

Reviewed by: 

“block out a few days on your calendar to settle into a cushy chair, put up your feet, and fall helplessly—and gleefully—into this riveting story.”

Reviewed by: 

“In spite of the earlier wanderings throughout the story . . . Elmendorf provides the reader with an engaging story that is hard to put down, and satisfying at the end.”

Reviewed by: 

“an intimate novel, closely and brilliantly observed . . .”

Reviewed by: 

“a clever and entertaining novel that readers of the series will likely enjoy.”

Reviewed by: 

“First Frost extends the Longmire legend with an interesting look into his formative years that fans of the series will enjoy.”

Reviewed by: 

“succeeds thanks to Samson’s finely rendered characterizations and twists that are believable yet impossible to predict.”

Reviewed by: 

“As in many of the best series in the genre, Comey offers a strong and generous protagonist who’s justifiably optimistic about long-term friendship and loyalty.”

Reviewed by: 

“This 24th in the series will do for a quickly moving airport or travel read, but only the ‘mental disorder as disability’ premise is memorable . . .

Reviewed by: 

“a page-turning exploration of love, motherhood, and secrecy.”

Reviewed by: 

“It sounds like the opening of a joke: Four lawyers die in a plane crash.

Reviewed by: 

“A book impossible to put down.”

Reviewed by: 

“Pick this one up for light entertainment, flawless narrative, and a charming throwback to the best of what a city crime novel once delivered.”

Reviewed by: 

“Part love story, part adventure, and part mystery, The Fox Wife is an enjoyable excursion into the beliefs and life in the China of 120 years ago.”

Author(s):
Genre(s):
Reviewed by: 

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

Reviewed by: 

“Craig Johnson is one of the best in the business, and the Walt Longmire series never fails to satisfy.”

Reviewed by: 

“Allow this novel to float its ideas and its just—if not legal—solutions with its philosophy, and accept an end-of-summer blessing.”

Author(s):
Genre(s):
Reviewed by: 

“a brilliant work, beautiful in its language and descriptions, but probably best read in its original language.”

Reviewed by: 

“Kelly Rimmer’s scenes in both eras are fraught with anxiety, urging the reader to keep turning the page, anxious to learn about each character’s experiences, right up to the very end.”

Reviewed by: 

"one of the sharpest, funniest, first date scenes in contemporary fiction"

Reviewed by: 

“a whimsical story of a hero on a quest, who attains his goal only to discover a changed life as his Happily Ever After.”

Author(s):
Genre(s):
Reviewed by: 

More than 40 years ago, Nancy Harmon was a young mother charged with drowning her two children, and due to a technicality, she was set free.

Reviewed by: 

“Fergus’ writing lays out both the struggles of a new nation, and the pains of growing into determined manhood with its allegiances, regrets, and consolations.

Reviewed by: 

“Abbas has drawn a rich and believable cast of characters, and we feel sympathy and involvement with them all.”

Reviewed by: 

The Innocent One is Lisa Ballantyne’s latest novel, a psychological thriller that features Daniel Hunter as a criminal attorney who assumes the defense of an accused murderer with a darkne

Reviewed by: 

The loss of a child is heartbreaking; it can either make or break a marriage and tear a parent apart to the point of no longer wanting to go on. This is the case with Sheriff Jax Turner.

Pages