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



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.”


Tod Goldberg, The Low Desert

“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


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


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


Paul Vidich, The Mercenary

“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.'”


Jane Harper, The Survivors

“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.”


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


Elle Cosimano, Finlay Donovan Is Killing It

“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.”


Susan Elia MacNeal, The King’s Justice

“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


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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