Mystery & Thriller

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The Reckoning is John Grisham’s 40th book in a long and distinguished career that began with A Time to Kill (1989) and has included classic legal thrillers such as The Firm

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Gone is in the title, set in the typeface familiar from other books, looking like Helvetica went on a diet.

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What would you have if John Grisham wrote Better Call Saul? Answer: You'd have The Shotgun Lawyer by Victor Methos.

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This novel has a nice setup. A driver, working for an Uber-like company, sees something she shouldn’t and later realizes what she sees could hold the key to solving a murder.

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In the English seaside town of Brighton, there’s an active murderer again—one whose theatrical death scene creation immediately binds together the amazing (if aging) Max Mephisto, stage magician, a

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“For the dedicated Anne Rice/Lestat fan as well as the newcomer just discovering the series, this soft-cover volume is a must.”

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If you have never taken part in a criminal trial, did you ever wonder what actually happens? We, the Jury takes an inside peek into all aspects of a fictitious murder case.

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“this novel is definitely a heart-pounder, and a good incentive to sleep with the lights on. Kudos to Anonymous for a chilling addition to stories of this urban legend.”

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Erle Stanley Gardner was once one of the most popular and widely-read American authors. Almost everyone who spoke English knew his name.

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“a brilliant novel . . .”

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“This is the way a horror novel should be written. It’s fast-moving and doesn’t let up.”

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“In vivid passages, Suzanne Wolfe’s novel brings to the reader the light and dark of Elizabethan England, its squalor and splendor, filth and riches, intrigues and delights.”

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“The Chrysalis has a creepy concept, but its focus on interpersonal relationships among the bourgeoisie crowd detracts from and mystifies the true nature of the vi

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“The Silent Ones is both a riveting suspense novel and a philosophical exploration of the dangers of remaining silent, both to oneself and to the wider community.”

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“Herein lies the question: Where does artificial intelligence end, and human be-ing (existence) begin?”

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“Shapiro does an extraordinary job merging fact with fiction, bringing not only Henry Matisse and the real Edwin Bradley into the story, but Gertrude Stein and her consort of post-Impressio

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A 13-year-old Syrian boy makes his way along a dangerous migrant route through the refugee camps of Greece to the mountains of Macedonia, pursuing an unrealistic dream of finding a place in Germany

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“A chilling journey through a killer’s mind . . .”

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“Tana French's writing is like a precious heirloom, something you don't want to let go of, a treasured keepsake you hold close . . .

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Rachel Carver leaves her job as an agent with the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation and begins work as a freelance legal investigator.

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Jane Hawk, one of the brightest former FBI agents, is now a much-sought-after fugitive.

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Death in Paris is a mashup of some of the most favorite literary tropes.

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“for Sherlock Holmes fans, it is a perfect edition to sit next to Conan Doyle on the library shelf.”

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“an enjoyable ride with interesting characters and an author who isn’t going to let you down.”

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“November Road is a tour de force, highly recommended for all lovers of noir fiction.”

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