Suspense

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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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“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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“After what seemed an endless fourteen-day journey across the wave-tossed Atlantic in the belly of a filthy, overcrowded steamship . . . fifteen-year-old Rivkah Milmanovitch . . .

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“Smirnoff, who lives in Sweden, has done an excellent job, one that should reassure Larsson’s fans that the series is in good hands.”

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

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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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Two fraternity brothers taking a drunken joyride after too much Captain Morgan Spiced Rum crash their Jeep in the mountains of New Mexico on a freezing winter night.

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“Great storytellers do more than entertain. They educate, they provoke, and they challenge our preconceived notions. Stephen King is Exhibit A.”

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“Action is the attraction, with dollops of sex and romance.”

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“The sense of place and the dynamics of a small town of that era are convincing and give us a glimpse of the history and culture of that period in South America.”

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Chris Quarembo’s new mystery/suspense novel runs the gamut of what makes good thrillers. She combines the ingredients of a memorable protagonist/narrator, a complex plot with numerous twists and tu

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

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“Total Control is difficult to put down. The clarification of who’s who at the end is beyond satisfying.”

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“The perfect start to a pulp fiction series brought into the 21st century.”

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

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Coleman knows New York City. He knows suspense. He knows the power of a juicy twist. And his stories have a deep, character-driven undertow.”

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“Dead Drop is a must-read for fans of realistic, intricately plotted espionage fiction.”

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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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“Cronin . . . is a writer whose intimate characterization and effortless prose often transcend his subject matter.”

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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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