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New in Paperback: Check Out These February Releases

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It may be two months past the winter solstice, but show’s still falling in NYC and there’s plenty of winter weather left to motivate us to stay in and read. These new-in-paperback titles are some of the most exciting mysteries and crime novels around—plus, they won’t break the bank!


Kate Elizabeth Russell, My Dark Vanessa (William Morrow) (2/2)

“[An] exceedingly complex, inventive, resourceful examination of harm and power.” –The New York Times Book Review, Editors’ Choice


Kathy Reichs, A Conspiracy of Bones (Scribner) (2/2)

“Reichs roars back with a Temperance Brennan mystery unlike any that have come before it…” –Booklist


Michael Connelly, Fair Warning (Grand Central Publishing) (2/2)

“Connelly is in terrific form here, applying genre conventions to the real-life dangers inherent in the commercial marketing of genetics research.”—Marilyn Stasio, New York Times Book Review


Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Untamed Shore (Agora, 2/2)

“This thriller sets a quiet tone before building slowly and evenly, showing how a meek teenager trapped by circumstance grows into a strong woman who takes control of her future, though in the end it might change who she is. For fans of Celeste Ng, Alafair Burke, and Kent Anderson.” –Library Journal (Starred Review)


Christina Schwarz, Bonnie (Washington Square Press, 2/9)

Absorbing…poignant, often heartbreaking…Schwarz is a vivid storyteller.” -The New York Times Book Review


John Sandford, Masked Prey (Putnam) (2/9)

“Addictive…Sandford always delivers rousing action scenes, but this time he’s especially good on character, too.”–Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review


Heather Chavez, No Bad Deed (William Morrow) (2/16)

“Her scrappy female heroine and the breakneck speed in which Chavez unfolds her story make No Bad Deed an exceptional read.” –Shelf Awareness


Daniel Silva, The Order (Harper Paperbacks) (2/16)

“A refreshingly hopeful thriller for troubled times… Silva’s latest broad-canvas thriller starring the much-loved Gabriel Allon will quickly take its reserved seat atop most best-seller lists.” –Booklist, starred review


Alma Katsu, The Deep (Putnam) (2/23)

“Clever and haunting…Katsu is a wordsmith using vivid imagery and beautiful wording to create a story that will leave you wishing there was more.” –Suspense Magazine


Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, The Hollow Ones (Grand Central) (2/23)

Like a Jack Reacher crime thriller… with a Van Helsing-style demon hunter –The Guardian


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