Mystery & Thriller

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“The story is a fascinating one, filled with moments of excitement and flashes of humor . . .”

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“Smirnoff, who lives in Sweden, has done an excellent job, one that should reassure Larsson’s fans that the series is in good hands.”

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“Matlin has woven together a story of conflict, tension, action, and suspense on every page.”

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“Klavan’s writing ability and his intelligence show up on every page and make the ride worthwhile.”

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“Mentink has designed a story that will keep the reader wondering, and then knowing, and then wondering again, as the suspects and victims keep changing places.”

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“Amanda Peters writes with beautiful simplicity. What a joy to read fiction that isn’t cluttered with unnecessary twists and turns and verbiage.”

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“a revelation about the cost and sometimes benefit of being flawed humans who care about others and struggle to find a way forward.”

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“O’Brien invites a long-term commitment to his ‘fantastica’ nation, and with it, acceptance that lying in public is now accepted, expected, even mandated.”

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“Pattison offers once again . . .

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“Barron demonstrates once again that framing this mystery series within the nature of an intelligent and witty woman can bring 1817 back to life in an engaging and well-spun narrative.

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Two fraternity brothers taking a drunken joyride after too much Captain Morgan Spiced Rum crash their Jeep in the mountains of New Mexico on a freezing winter night.

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“Big Island L.A. is an action film on paper, filled with car chases, shoot-outs, sexuality, even attempted arson, as well as the rumble of local news and the press

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“The worst part about finishing A Thursday Murder Club Mystery is waiting for the next one to be published.”

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“Nesbø’s taken a mischievous left turn into modern mythology and added a substantial seasoning of Edgar Allan Poe.”

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“This book is a long read—skimming won’t cut it. But it’s long the way a walk through Brooklyn’s neighborhoods is long, and beautiful, and sometimes very clearly ‘other.’”

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“As in every Penrose novel, the solution to these linked crimes is generated through the loyalty and insight of intelligent and caring friends.”

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“Fans of the classic murder puzzle will be very pleased with this edition.”

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“This epic quest with its strands of love and loss frames an American exploration of family, grief, honor, and deep humanity in an unforgettable fashion.”

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For mystery readers who like boots-on-the-ground British police procedurals, book three in the Two Rivers series delivers.

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“He found himself lying under white sheets with very little idea of how he had gotten there. It was the morning he woke up . . . He seemed to have been there for some time.”  

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“Craig Johnson is one of the best in the business, and the Walt Longmire series never fails to satisfy.”

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“a great diversion from Evanovich’s long-running Stephanie Plum series, and a laugh-out-loud impossible adventure.”

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“Great storytellers do more than entertain. They educate, they provoke, and they challenge our preconceived notions. Stephen King is Exhibit A.”

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“Despite the magnetic pull of eagerly described physical attraction, there’s never a moment when Alex Walton yields control over her own heart and life.”

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“Action is the attraction, with dollops of sex and romance.”

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