Mystery & Thriller

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"Livid is largely inaccessible to readers not already familiar with this series."

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“The story of the story—the remarkable production and author-reader loyalty during a global pandemic—makes the book a must-have for Connolly readers and fans of New England paranormal twist

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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.

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

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The Shadow Murders is a big, complex creation stuffed with a cast of deluded avenging angels and the sinners they kill.”

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“The marriage of 1960s Hollywood and wild Africa generates a fascinating historical thriller.”

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Defending Britta Stein makes vivid an important part of Holocaust history, one that is less familiar to the general public and deserves all the more to be better known. . . .

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“The Witch in the Well is terrifying in its narration, as well as ironic, a story of two women engaged in a deadly rivalry.”

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“Fans of Baldacci’s ‘memory man’ character will be highly satisfied with Long Shadows and anxiously await the next installment in the series.”

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“Butcher manages to create relatable, believable characters with real flaws, real needs and wants, fleshing them out with tongue-in-cheek humor.”

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The theme of The Mountain in the Sea can be summarized in a quote from one of its characters, Dr.

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“A good gift for readers over a wide spectrum, especially those who like their exploration laced with a hint of mystique, mystery, and the mystic in a tropical locale.”

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“Hell and Back is a story that challenges Longmire fans to step out of their comfort zone and consider their favorite hero from a new and otherworldy perspective.”

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“Treasure State is an action-packed page turner, with enough peeks into the minds of the local villains that the threat level to Cassie Dewell rises swiftly.

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If memory is indispensable for our sense of a coherent, continued self, what happens when memories fragment, when trauma untracks our understanding of the past? Who, then, do we become?

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“Osman’s resolution of the various crimes and his manner of letting his team uncover the murder(s) are clever and captivating.

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“Next in Line will be a happy choice for consumers of fast-paced action, who expect the author to demonstrate wide-ranging expertise in politics, the military and

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Wry, sly, and nicely dry, Kate Atkinson’s 13th outing is stuffed with runaway waifs, toffs, female pickpockets, “merry maid” hostesses, bent coppers, murdered girls, a melancholy detective, an intr

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Readers who love police procedural mysteries will love this novel.

Readers who love the Joe Gunther VBI series will love this novel.

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It’s been 15 years since Akashic Books gave us Los Angeles Noir, a collection of crime stories set around the vast basin from Mulholland Drive to Los Feliz, from Pacific Palisades to Belmo

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“Pinky is a bit of a misfit, less like her grandfather but more akin to Stieg Larsson’s Lisbeth Salander in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series, though perhaps a bit less psycho

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“Sikes has got a good start on a fast-moving series.”

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“The book’s suspense rests on whether and when Cal will finally turn to face his lifelong attacker. What will he lose, in what sequence? How humiliated and abased will he become?

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The Enigma of Room 622 can’t be read quickly, but it provides humor and insight throughout the long journey—and many elegant twists of crime and detection, with plenty of surprise

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