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



Jessica Fellowes, The Mitford Trial

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


Allie Reynolds, Shiver

“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


Lisa Gardner, Before She Disappeared

“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


Anders Roslund, Knock Knock

“[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


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.”


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


Richard Bradford, Devils, Lusts and Strange Desires

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


Ben Machell, The Unusual Suspect (Ballantine)

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


Camilla Bruce, In the Garden of Spite

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


Kate Mosse, The City of Tears

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

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