Donald Bain has picked up the mantle of Margaret Truman’s Washington, DC, based mysteries and does her proud.
“Fans of literary mysteries should love The Lower Quarter.”
Although this novel is not very long at 204 pages, it is packed with mystery and suspense. Sarah McDonald, a writer, and her husband, Johnny, a doctor, live comfortably in Shadow Cove, Washington.
WARNING: This book is hot. Do not pick it up late at night or if you are in a dark, dark wood.
“A suspenseful and entertaining read—but not at bedtime.”
Washington, DC, Prosecutor Anna Curtis's life is in chaos. She cancels her upcoming marriage to Jack Bailey, the man she loves.
“A stunning psychological thriller, . . .”
“A stay-up-late-until-you-finish thriller that is one of Harlan Coben’s best.”
Harlan Coben is the bestselling author of 16 previous novels, including the #1 New York Times bestsellers Long Lost and Hold Tight. He is the winner of the Edgar Award, t
“ . . . a mélange of the ways politics not only makes strange bedfellows but also spawns recurrent cycles of deceit and murder . . .”
“. . . a thriller. . . on the lengths men will go to in order to possess something intangible: the creation of beauty . . .”
“Zimler’s character development is electrifying, and his plot rolls along ever faster into the depths of fear.
“The author does a masterful job throughout of ratcheting up the suspense and placing clues that make the reader believe the killer’s identity may be at hand.
“If this story has a theme, it’s pain. Physical, emotional, psychological pain.”
Fear nothing? Fear everything. And everyone.
“. . . one may wonder if Singularity is fact or fiction.”
“. . . a good mystery . . .”
Don’t be put off by the priggishness of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Conan Doyle as they visit New York City.
“Jon Land is in fine form in this riveting installment of the Caitlan Strong series.”
“. . . long, depressing, and plodding.”
“Bad Blood is a modern-day Shakespearian West End Story with very dark undertones of forbidden love, raw animosity, and cold-blooded murder.”
“The Search leaves the reader educated in K9 search and rescue procedures and the details of dog training, but a little confused about the storyline.”
“. . . a wonderful and suspenseful debut novel.”
“. . . fast-paced and raw.”
Chuck Wendig (Blackbirds, 2012) returns with a new Miriam Black adventure.
“. . . the story is a good one.”
“. . . gripping and suspenseful, humorous and well written.”