“Bomber’s Moon delivers action and adventure, passion and compassion, philosophy and pathos, deft characterization across diverse personalities and backgrounds, description of plac
“If you like your thrillers fast-paced, intelligent, tough and good to the last drop, The Deserter is right up your alley.
“The Dead Beat Scroll is a delicious casserole of crime noir.
“Walt Longmire is one of the most beloved lawmen in contemporary American crime fiction.”
“Martin Edwards crafts vivid descriptions of both character and setting that embed the reader into the scene in a way few writers can achieve.”
“Reading Night Boat to Tangier, one might hear echoes of Talking Heads’ singing ‘Once in a Lifetime,’ and you ask yourself, ‘How did I get here?’”
“Linwood Barclay delivers another high-octane thriller with enough red herrings to serve a dinner party of 12 . . .”
“Gripping and spine-tingling, What Rose Forgot is sure to raise the hackles of lovers of psychological thrillers.”
“Tash Aw pulls no punches.”
“DeDakis, a former journalist, can’t decide whether he’s writing a mystery, a political roman à clef or a YA book, and the result is none of the above.”
To keep blood pumping through the veins of a dead novelist’s characters can be a risky undertaking, especially when those characters are as beloved as Robert B.
“when it comes to gritty real life plots, believable characters, and on-point descriptions of both people and place Thomas Keis can't be beat.”
“King has a way of subliminally drawing in his reader to believe a horrific and chilling premise as quite possible.”
“a lip-smacking light mystery flavored with lovable characters and Southern charm that readers of cozies will devour along with the scrumptious recipes included at the end.”
“The Warehouse reads as a treatise against the evils of big corporations and rampant capitalism.”
“Lapena uses craft, not gimmicks, to bring a deliberate rhythm of tension that keeps readers engrossed from beginning to end.”
“Overall, a disappointment . . .”
“In Cold Storage, David Koepp easily transfers to novel from his experience as the screenwriter of such recognizable movies as Jurassic Park and War of the Worlds
“The Chestnut Man is an incredible novel that drips with atmosphere. This is the perfect potboiler for Nordic noir fanatics and first timers alike.
For a small town on the northern tip of Ireland, there are an awful lot of suspects for multiple types of crime.
“an engaging story. . . . an experienced author at the peak of her craft.”
“a book you won't own. It will own you. Long, sprawling, and utterly captivating, readers will eat up every delicious word of it.”
“One murder, four confessors . . . what more does a good mystery need?”
“The Ewert Grens series by Anders Roslund and Borge Hellstrom only gets better with every book published, and Three Hours is the best yet.”
“Lotz has written a thoughtful thriller that is as much about the psychology of people who hide in various ways than about catching a murderer.”