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



James Wade, River Sing Out

”Wade, whose striking debut, All Things Left Wild (2020), traveled back a century in Texas history, uses an unlikely friendship to explore an equally wild present-day landscape…A haunting fable of an impossible relationship fueled by elemental need and despair.”
– Kirkus Reviews


Eric Redman, Bones of Hilo
(Crooked Lane Books)

“[Redman’s] local color goes far beyond touristy tidbits…[the] backstory [is] fascinating and timely.”
– Kirkus Reviews


Laurie R. King, Castle Shade

“A lively adventure in the very best of intellectual company.”
– The New York Times


Aggie Blum Thomson, I Don’t Forgive You
(Forge Books)

“Masterfully written and utterly gripping, Thompson hooks you from the very first page. With edge of the seat plotting, this complex and thoroughly chilling guessing game races to a staggering conclusion. This one definitely needs to be on your TBR list.”
– Liv Constantine


Paul Howarth, Dust Off the Bones

“Dust Off the Bones is a terrific sequel to one of my favorite novels of the last few years and takes us in a new and wholly unexpected direction with many of our favorite characters from Only Killers and Thieves. Highly recommended.”
– Adrian McKinty


Natsuko Imamura (transl. Lucy North), The Woman in the Purple Skirt

“A taut and compelling depiction of loneliness and obsession.”
– Paula Hawkins


Allison Montclair, A Rogue’s Company

“From the drawing room to the back alley, murder is no match for this unlikely pair of marriage brokers.”
– Kirkus Reviews


Mabel Seeley, The Listening House

“Like her tenacious heroine, Seeley’s writing showcases intelligence and a razor-sharp wit. This exceptional reissue is certain to win Seeley a whole new generation of fans.”
– Publishers Weekly


Catherine Steadman, The Disappearing Act

“Catherine Steadman’s The Disappearing Act is pure catnip for the soul. It’s my favorite Steadman book yet, an unputdownable mystery about the nightmares that abound in the pursuit of Hollywood dreams.”—
– Caroline Kepnes


Connie Berry, The Art of Betrayal
(Crooked Lane)

“[A] traditional mystery that combines British legend with a contemporary story of crime and betrayal.”
– Library Journal,

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