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

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Alison Wisdom, We Can Only Save Ourselves
(Harper Perennial)

“Eerie and powerful. . . . the hypnotic storytelling and exploration of Alice’s character—and the character of Alice’s entire town—will draw readers in.”
Booklist

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Tod Goldberg, The Low Desert
(Counterpoint)

“These are stories Elmore Leonard would love—not just because the razor-sharp Goldberg wastes no words in cutting to the heart of his stories, but also because he highlights the humanity and inner lives of even his most bent characters . . . A thoroughly enjoyable collection by a bona fide original.”
Kirkus Reviews

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Walter Mosley, Blood Grove
(Mulholland Books)

“Mosley does a fine job highlighting a world of Black survivors who know how difficult their struggle remains, every day of every decade. This marvelous series is as relevant as ever.”
Publishers Weekly

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Sarah Pearse, The Sanatorium
(Pamela Dorman/Viking)

“This spine-tingling, atmospheric thriller has it all: an eerie Alpine setting, sharp prose, and twists you’ll never see coming. A must-read.”
Richard Osman

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Paul Vidich, The Mercenary
(Pegasus)

“Evoking without imitating classic le Carré . . . Vidich supplements the world-weariness we expect from cold warriors in the game too long by giving Garin a satisfyingly contrarian ‘contempt for Agency puppetteers.'”
Booklist

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Jane Harper, The Survivors
(Flatiron)

“The latest stunner from Jane Harper…[She] expertly raises the reader’s pulse throughout the narrative, insinuating what happened that day but only revealing the truth slowly as Kieran comes to see past and present in a new light.”
Booklist

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Daniel Pyne, Water Memory
(Thomas & Mercer)

“Pyne keeps expertly mixing up his pitches long after you’ve stopped expecting anything but blazing fastballs.”
Kirkus Reviews

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Elle Cosimano, Finlay Donovan Is Killing It
(Minotaur)

“Part comedy of errors, part genuine thriller… Deftly balancing genre conventions with sly, tongue-in-cheek comments on motherhood and femininity, Cosimano crafts a deliciously twisted tale.”
Booklist

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Susan Elia MacNeal, The King’s Justice
(Ballantine)

“Vivid descriptions of devastated London and distinctive, emotionally flawed characters enhance a plot that builds to a wicked twist. This enjoyable effort will inspire those new to MacNeal to seek out earlier entries.””
Publishers Weekly

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Jonathan Buckley, Live, Live, Live
(New York Review of Books)

“Buckley’s fiction is subtle and fastidiously low-key . . . every apparently loose thread, when tugged, reveals itself to be woven into the themes [and] gets better the more you allow it to settle in your mind.”
Michel Faber, The Guardian

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