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



Nicci French, The Other Side of the Door
(William Morrow)

“A pitch-perfect thriller . . . French takes the time to tease out individual characters to a degree seldom seen in crime fiction, saving the final plot twist for the last page.”
Publishers Weekly


Dominique Barberis, A Sunday in the Ville-d’Avray
(Other Press)

“Provocative…A study of desire and contentment, time and expectation, this slim novel raises alluring questions about paths not taken…fans of Patrick Modiano will appreciate this.”
Publishers Weekly


Sarah Blau, The Others

“A compelling and often disturbing narrative. Is Sheila the culprit, the next victim or some combination thereof? The Others will keep readers guessing as it considers the damaging effects of societal pressure, unresolved resentment, and lingering guilt.”


Kate Summerscale, The Haunting of Alma Fielding: A True Ghost Story
(Penguin Press)

“Edgar winner Summerscale (The Wicked Boy: The Mystery of a Victorian Child Murderer) illuminates the bizarre events that afflicted Alma Fielding, a suburban London housewife, in this mind-bending historical investigation.”
Publishers Weekly,


Blaine Harden, Murder at the Mission: A Frontier Killing, Its Legacy of Lies, and the Taking of the American West

“A well-written, fast-paced account . . . [that] succeeds in bringing often-forgotten history front and center . . . Highly recommended.”
Library Journal


Editors Lee Child and Laurie R. King, How to Write a Mystery: A Handbook from Mystery Writers of America

“It’s just a wonderful book, a seminar in genre writing conducted by some of the genre’s most accomplished practitioners. . . . This is a writing guide that readers and writers will turn to again and again.”


Vince Granata, Everything Is Fine

“Granata’s memoir of profound family tragedy is a monument to the work of remembering…In candid, smoothly unspooling prose, Granata reconstructs life and memory from grief, writing a moving testament to the therapy of art, the power of record, and his immutable love for his family.”


Jesse Sutanto, Dial A for Aunties

“Sutanto brilliantly infuses comedy and culture into the unpredictable rom-com/murder mystery mashup as Meddy navigates familial duty, possible arrest and a groomzilla. I laughed out loud and you will too.”
USA Today


Marc Cameron, Bone Rattle

“A deputy U.S. marshal stationed in Alaska is challenged by a handful of serious cases and a complicated home life…[An] energetic potboiler.”
Kirkus Reviews


Kathleen Marple Kalb, A Fatal First Night

“Filled with period detail and well-drawn characters, including an intelligent parrot named Montezuma, this story provides a nice start to a series for those who enjoy feisty heroines in cozies with theatrical frames.”

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