Suspense

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Middletide is a mystery novel whose twists and turns will keep the reader intrigued and turning pages.”

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

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With a primary setting in the backwoods of Montana in the late 1970s with some spillover into the earliest eighties, Old King tells the story of Duane Oshun, a divorcé who leaves Salt Lake

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Not long before Ellery and Luke Wainwright were to embark upon a dream 20th wedding anniversary trip to Broken Point, an exorbitantly expensive and extremely remote luxury resort in Big Sur, Califo

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

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“For Ginerva Ex, bloody, murdered bodies were par for the course. Ginerva had poisoned and stabbed with the best of them.

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not only an epic novel, it’s an epic read.”

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Secrets, lies, and a murderous conspiracy . . . churn at the heart of Harlan Coben's blistering new novel.”

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“Barker’s novel is a mesmerizing tour de force, from start to finish, full of surprises.”

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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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“a frightening tale, stuffed with villains and other scary creatures, but it’s also a cautionary one about the dangers of scientific experiments that might go seriously wrong.”

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The Sleepwalkers seems to have a lot going for it. The main characters are young, beautiful, wealthy, and on their honeymoon.

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“French, an unhurried and confident author, has always been willing to let her stories ease forward.

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“The Dead Years is probably best approached as a cozy for dog lovers who can tolerate a certain amount of graphic violence.”

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“A rivulet of authentic human grit runs through the core of Winters’ novels, with his characters’ struggles to just get by as important as any far-fetched plot twist.”

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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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Captain Joshua Floyd is flying his MV-22B Osprey helicopter through the dark Afghan night; aboard are a cadre of Green Berets ready for their covert mission and so, too, is the reader, who is prime

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Always fascinated by photos, Lucy is eager to see her colleague’s snapshots from her honeymoon in the Maldives.

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“the plot of Blizzard is compulsive enough to carry it through to the end. The age-old question of what happens next compels the turning of the page.”

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Theodora “Teddy” Angstrom, a high school teacher dealing with the mysterious vanishing of her sister, Angie, ten years ago, is dealt another blow when her father drives his car off of a bridge on t

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The Lost Van Gogh will appeal more to readers who’ve read Santlofer’s earlier art-heist title, because this novel unspools like a sequel.”

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“This is Ashley Elston’s debut adult novel and it’s a real page turner, so good you hate to turn the last page.”

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Another breathless joyride from the Cussler family.

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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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Jillian Cantor’s novel The Fiction Writer starts out with this premise: Olivia Fitzgerald is a writer—a once successful writer, but her most recent story, Becky, is a takeoff on D

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