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Another week, another batch of books for your TBR pile. Happy reading, folks.

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Jessica Fellowes, The Mitford Trial
(Minotaur)

“Inspired by the larger-than-life Mitford family and a real-life murder, Fellowes delivers a ripping-good read.”
Booklist

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Allie Reynolds, Shiver
(Putnam)

“Deep in the breathtaking winter bleakness of the French Alps, revenge—and perhaps even murder—is most definitely afoot…This suspenseful debut thriller by a former freestyle snowboarder contains both style and substance.”
Kirkus Reviews

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Lisa Gardner, Before She Disappeared
(Dutton)

“Fans of this incredible author, police procedurals, timely immigrant stories, strong determined women, and tales that are not tied up with a pretty bow at the end will not be able to get enough of this intense page-turner.”
Library Journal

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Anders Roslund, Knock Knock
(Putnam)

“[H]eart-pounding…This terrific mash-up of police procedural and crime thriller has strongly imagined characters, explosive action, and a twisty plot with an unexpected conclusion. It’s a must for Scandinavian noir fans.”
Publishers Weekly

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Josh Stallings, Tricky
(Agora Books)

“This is a finely crafted novel. Noirishly hard-boiled, the book is much more than a police procedural; it’s an exploration of some serious themes, such as personal redemption and the societal prejudices against the disabled.”
Booklist

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Josh Malerman, A House at the Bottom of the Lake
(Del Rey)

“Malerman expertly conjures a fairy tale nostalgia of first love, and we follow along, all too willingly, ignoring the warning signs even as the fear takes hold.”
Lit Reactor

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Richard Bradford, Devils, Lusts and Strange Desires
(Bloomsbury)

“Engrossing … the book is a happy mixture of biography and criticism.”
Booklist

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Ben Machell, The Unusual Suspect (Ballantine)

“A well-written page-turner…a fast-paced true-crime tale.”
Kirkus Reviews

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Camilla Bruce, In the Garden of Spite
(Berkley)

“Mesmerizing…Fans of fictionalized treatments of notorious murderers will be fascinated.”
Publishers Weekly

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Kate Mosse, The City of Tears
(Minotaur)

“Mosse presents another absorbing historical yarn that mixes intrigue, action, and family drama with aplomb.”
Booklist

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Author, Development Exec, Editor

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