Mystery & Thriller

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“A ghost and the new owner of her home set out to solve a mystery and uncover a more sinister secret than a mere haunting.”

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“Reading The Dark Remains yields far more than the strangely amazing and touching answer to ‘What if you combined crime noir geniuses McIlvanney and Rankin?’”

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“A character study of one woman’s humanity and sacrifice.”

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There are many, many cozy mysteries out there, more than any fan can read in a decade. This new entry into the genre doesn’t rank among the best, though it will satisfy undemanding readers.

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“Even as The Peculiarities veers far from the Benjamin Weaver template into strange and unsettling new terrain, infused with dark magic and vivid body horror, it should delight and

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“The way Mattie handles her service dog, the logistics of his training, his canine personality, the important evidence he believably uncovers, and their warm yet disciplined interaction rem

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“finely wrought story sure to enthrall the most discerning reader.”

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“fun, entertaining, and hard to put down, a twisty whodunit with a satisfying conclusion.”

Chloe Sevre is a psychopath.

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“keeps the reader guessing who the real culprit is, and the reader will be satisfied with the outcome. The required dramatic climax is harrowing and well written.”

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“Turnbull’s prose is captivating, poetic without being pretentious, a pleasure to read. . . . A stunning, enthralling novel.”

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“readers can be assured that the Twin Rivers series will deliver the same intellectual and emotional qualities as its predecessors.”

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“the required tension-filled dénouement is well done and keeps the final pages turning.”

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“Another Kind of Eden is a challenging tale by an accomplished master of crime fiction.”

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High emotion is balanced by high intellect and a high level of craft, revealing an author at the top of her game.”

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“Take my word for it: if you don’t live in a small town now, you probably shouldn’t move to one. . . . Resist these impulses. Trust me.

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“City Problems is terrific. Don't miss it!”

Meet Ed Runyon, a cop with a heart, though he doesn't always show it.

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“Unfortunately, this novel has problems on several levels.”

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"‘The surreal, nightmare quality of the scene dissolved, and I saw only Joanna, impossibly still and silent.’"

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How to Kill Your Best Friend by Lexie Elliott is an engaging read and will keep readers guessing and racing to turn the page at every twist—a thrilling and suspenseful journey wel

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Bloodless is the best Pendergast novel so far.”

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“Nothing is as it seems, and yet everything is displayed in plain sight . . .”

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a stunning tour-de-force . . . that will surely set a new benchmark for graphic novels and what they can achieve in a literary context.”

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Twin sisters, once extremely close when growing up in an eccentric household with a demeaning and scolding mother, alcoholic grandfather, and absent father, are now separated by thousands of miles

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Kacy Tremaine and her husband Michael have escaped a bad situation in New Jersey, where Kacy was betrayed by her best friend and lost her job and future in the art world.

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“the story holds together and delivers a fast, intense, thought-provoking read.”

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