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More spy story than mystery, Maggie Hope's last mission has as many twists and turns as a rollercoaster.

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“Farewell, Amethystine is a pleasure to sink into, a well-written traditional PI novel scented with the music of the time and the hope that things will continue to

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

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“Moxie Castlin was easy to underestimate, but only on first impression.

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“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 . . .

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“Aimée pulls up what’s always strengthened her in the past: her father’s advice about going with what you find, until it’s time to pivot.

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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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Forty-six years ago, Robin Cook dazzled readers with his first successful book, Coma, which reignited the medical-thriller genre set afire by Michael Crichton’s The Andromeda Strain

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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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The setting in Yorkshire, in the town of Saltaire, provides a perfect location for murder—actually, several deaths.

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“Kincaid provides some good clues and foreshadowing with books, journals, handwriting, and broken hearts whose purpose becomes clear at the book’s end.”

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Emily George’s debut novel A Half-Baked Murder has all the right stuff for a good cozy: a female main character who returns home after five years and a broken heart, a dead body, a falsely

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“It’s unusual to find a crime page-turner that’s this compelling while also probing affection and loyalty, without gore or grotesque maneuvers.

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“Fellowes’ goal is to give the reader enough clues to consider who the killers are without giving away too much . . .”

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“After the first ‘future shock’” this chatty two-points-of-view crime investigation could easily be a Sherlock Holmes or Hercule Poirot detective novel.”

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“Watching Lew solve her cases, while still fly fishing on the side, adds up to a solid and relaxing traditional mystery with plenty of Northwoods flavor.”

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Misfire is a good story that makes turning pages quite easy.”

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Denver Noir is a fascinating exploration of this sunny city’s dark side.”

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“Charles Cumming effectively ramps up suspense, in this hefty page-turner revelatory of modern espionage’s methods. “

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“compelling, rich with suspects, twists, turns, and complex characters, wrapped up with a very gratifying ending.”

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“a high emotional intelligence quotient as well as a cerebral one.”

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“Readers who are not familiar with Eileen Brady’s work will become big fans. Let’s hope there is something more in the works for Dr. Kate Turner.”

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“Again, Thomas Kies does not disappoint!”

Who doesn't like a nice, juicy scandal especially when it involves a vain, egotistical, self-centered SOB?

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“The finale is happy enough for Decker and Rina—but not for everyone they care about.

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