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



Stephen Mack Jones, Dead of Winter

“Like Walter Mosley and Joe Ide, Jones builds a raucous and endearing cast of characters from his inner-city setting, fusing neighborhood camaraderie with streetwise know-how and head-banging action. This is a fine thriller in the grand hard-boiled tradition, but it’s also a sensitive, multifaceted portrait of race in America.”


Linwood Barclay Find You First
(William Morrow)

“Barclay melds a solid, winning plot with in-depth character studies, including his supporting characters. . . The tense Find You First gains its suspense from its character’s motives, not gratuitous action. Another winner from Barclay.”


Kaira Rouda, The Next Wife
(Thomas & Mercer)

“Rouda hits the ground running and never stops…[The Next Wife] is so much fun that you’ll be sorry to see it end with a final pair of zingers. The guiltiest of guilty pleasures.”
Kirkus Reviews


Mary Roberts Rinehart, The Wall
(American Mystery Classics)

“This cleverly constructed mystery from Rinehart (1876–1958) is as fresh and suspenseful as when it was first published in 1938….This entry in the American Mystery Classics series is essential reading for genre fans.”
Publishers Weekly


Catherine McKenzie, Six Weeks to Live

“Just when you think you know what’s happening…there’s a new twist, a new piece of information, a new direction. Unpredictable and captivating, Six Weeks to Live had me mesmerized right up to the shocking end.”
Samantha Downing


Stephen Hunter, Basil’s War
(Mysterious Press)

“Hunter’s remarkable versatility is on full view in this utterly charming caper.”


Andy Weir, Project Hail Mary

“Readers may find themselves consuming this emotionally intense and thematically profound novel in one stay-up-all-night-until-your-eyes-bleed sitting. An unforgettable story of survival and the power of friendship—nothing short of a science fiction masterwork.”
Kirkus Reviews


Gin Phillips, Family Law
(Viking Books)

“An incisive, warmhearted exploration of women’s roles in shaping society, the future, and each other.”
Kirkus Reviews


Christopher Elias, Gossip Men: J. Edgar Hoover, Joe McCarthy, Roy Cohn, and the Politics of Insinuation
(University of Chicago Press Books)

A perceptive, well-informed political and cultural history. . . . Elias makes a stimulating book debut with interwoven biographies of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, Wisconsin Sen. Joseph McCarthy, and lawyer Roy Cohn.”
Kirkus Reviews


Michelle Dunne, While Nobody Is Watching
(Polis Books)

Set in Cork, Ireland, this earnest series launch from Dunne (the Turbulent series) introduces Lindsey Ryan, a former soldier suffering from PTSD who has recently started work for an organization called Tús Núa (“new beginnings” in Irish).”
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