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



Bryan Christy, In The Company of Killers

“Christy makes his fiction debut with an exceptional adventure thriller… A riveting plot, complex characters, deep backstory, and an engrossing setting enhance this finely written novel about justice, personal responsibility, and saving the environment.”
Publishers Weekly


Edward White, The Twelve Lives of Alfred Hitchcock
(W.W. Norton & Co.)

“White distinguishes his work with an inspired approach…. An absorbing, thoughtful, and balanced look at a master of his medium.”
Library Journal


Mariah Fredericks, Death of a Showman

“With a spirited, intelligent heroine; pitch-perfect descriptions of pre–World War I New York; and believable characters, Fredericks’s latest historical mystery is a delight.”
Library Journal


Sally Hepworth, The Good Sister
(St. Martin’s Press)

“Hepworth’s latest further solidifies her place among the top domestic suspense authors…Fern is drawn as smart, capable, and probably on the spectrum, and she is multilayered and relatable, illustrating Hepworth’s talent for page-turners with depth.”


Kaoro Takamura (Transl. Allison Markin Powell, Marie Iida), Lady Joker

“Takamura’s challenging, genre-confounding epic offers a sweeping view of contemporary Japan in all its complexity.”
Kirkus Reviews


MR Hilliard, The Unkindness of Ravens
(Crooked Lane Books)

“Atmospheric…Readers who remember those classic girl detective mysteries…will appreciate this book.”
Library Journal


Jessica Hamilton, What You Never Know
(Crooked Lane Books)

“One of those rare finds that keeps you up for days… You won’t put it down.”
New York Journal of Books


Dannielle Trussoni, The Ancestor
(Custom House)

“Will sweep readers up in awe and wonder, asking us to examine our own complicated ancestry…Pair it with Jennifer Egan’s backlist gem, The Keep.”
Library Journal


A E Osworth, We Are Watching Eliza Bright
(Grand Central)

We Are Watching Eliza Bright is a novel that takes on our techy zeitgeist at its silicon core. It’s is a novel vital for our time. Fun and smart, but always deeply insightful.”
Tiphanie Yanique


Will Thomas, Dance with Death

“Thomas expertly entwines historical details, exciting action sequences, and a tender love story. This ripping yarn is sure to please series fans and garner new enthusiasts.”
Publishers Weekly

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