Recent Reviews

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"There are enough red herrings and all-too-human flubs in the detecting to keep suspense high and resolution impossible to the very end.

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“In Rick Cahill, Coyle has created a deeply flawed, but eminently sympathetic, protagonist.

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“Simply put, Dan Buettner has written the ultimate manual for longevity.”

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“Tursten’s books present the Swedish setting as if it were a character, in rich, active detail.

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“Although frequently painful to read, The German House is a condemnation of the Nazi past, but also an exploration of survivors’ guilt, as well as families in conflict.”

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“beautifully crafted, unusually structured novel about the inescapability of memory, the tragic scars left by trauma and abuse, and the abuse of power.”

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Where the World Ends is a beautiful, sorrowful, poignant book with deeply drawn characters, a chilling atmosphere, and waves of emotion. Highly recommended . . .”

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Anyone is a mostly satisfying read that will keep you turning pages into the night.”

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Dread Journey is one of the best examples of suspense you will ever find in a crime fiction novel. Ever. Guaranteed.”

“I’m afraid.”

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“An escapist read in which the lawmen are the outlaws, and the good guys win.”

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“A compelling read with an intricate plot, a strong setting, and characters so real they are almost live human beings . . .”

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