Admin_99 Posted March 29, 2021 Share Posted March 29, 2021 Another week, another batch of books for your TBR pile. Happy reading, folks. * Victoria Helen Stone, The Last One Home (Lake Union) “Stone gradually reveals her multifaceted characters’ secrets as the intricate, fast-paced plot builds to a surprising conclusion. Fans of dark, twisted tales of dysfunctional families will be satisfied.” –Publishers Weekly Paula Munier, The Hiding Place (Minotaur) “The sequel to Blind Search is a riveting, fast-paced story of family and small-town secrets. Tension builds quickly in the emotional story involving unforgettable working dogs and the people who love them.” –Library Journal Allison Brennan, Tell No Lies (MIRA) “Bestseller Brennan’s intriguing sequel to 2020s The Third to Die…Fast-paced action….[with a] well-constructed mystery plot.” –Publishers Weekly Will Staples, Animals (Blackstone) “Screenwriter Staples, creator of the Disney+ drama series The Right Stuff, makes the tragedy of animal trafficking vivid in his impressive debut.” –Publishers Weekly Eva Garcia Saenz, The Water Rituals (Vintage Crime/Black Lizard) “[A] large, boldly painted canvas. . . . Dark and juicy, the middle entry in Sáenz’s epic trilogy immerses readers in a vibrant, dangerous city.” –Kirkus Reviews Donald Westlake, Castle in the Air (Hard Case Crime) “Westlake fans should be celebrating Hard Case Crime’s ongoing project to reprint the author’s early and long-unavailable work. This time it’s a truly wacky comic caper…all to hilarious effect. Far more slapstick than typical Westlake fare, but great fun.” –Booklist Glen Stout, Tiger Girl and the Candy Kid (HMH) “[A] rollicking true crime tale…Stout colorfully evokes the era’s political issues and cultural trends, and describes how Prohibition increased disrespect for the law across American society. This snappy page-turner informs and delights.” –Publishers Weekly Erica Ruth Neubauer, Murder at Wedgefield Manor (Kensington) “As Neubauer’s sprightly follow-up to 2020’s Murder at the Mena House opens in 1926, American widow Jane Wunderly is taking flying lessons at the Essex estate of Lord Hughes, her aunt Millie’s former lover, and getting acquainted with Lord Hughes’s daughter, Lillian, who aspires to a golfing career.” –Publishers Weekly Laura Griffin, Flight (Berkley) “Griffin never disappoints with her exciting, well-researched, fast-paced romantic thrillers.” –Publishers Weekly Shelly Ellis, The Three Mrs. Greys (Dafina) “The first book of Shelly Ellis’s new series is saucy, wicked, and a whole lot of fun! The Three Mrs. Greys is a thriller wrapped around three sexy love stories. The wives all have distinct voices, personalities, and agendas. I can’t wait to see what Ellis does with this story in the next book!” –Samantha Downing View the full article Quote Michael Neff Algonkian Producer New York Pitch Director Author, Development Exec, Editor We are the makers of novels, and we are the dreamers of dreams. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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