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



John le Carre, Silverview

“First-rate prose and a fascinating plot distinguish the final novel from MWA Grand Master le Carré (1931–2020)…This is a fitting coda to a remarkable career.”
Publishers Weekly


Lori Rader-Day, Death at Greenway
(William Morrow)

“Irresistible… a Golden Age homage, an elegantly constructed mystery that on every page reinforces the message that everyone counts.”
New York Times Book Review


John Connolly, The Nameless Ones
(Atria/Emily Bestler Books)

“As always, the writing is exquisite: Connolly is a supremely talented storyteller, a genuine craftsman, and his books are a joy to read.”


Gus Moreno, This Thing Between US

“As original as it is affecting . . . left me genuinely creeped out, unsettled, and shaken. An existentially frightening book.”
Paul Tremblay


Steph Cha and Alafair Burke (editors), The Best American Mystery and Suspense 2021
(Mariner Books)

“In this selection of tales exploring crime-sparking marginalization and thwarted desires, guest editor Alafair Burke and debut series editor Steph Cha have created a powerful vehicle for processing 2020’s volatility.”


Josh Malerman, Pearl
(Del Rey)

“A perfect, fast-paced slasher filled with violent, cinematic action sequences . . . Malerman delivers with another completely different yet equally crowd-pleasing and awesome horror novel that is not to be missed.”
Library Journal (starred review)


Hillary Rodham Clinton and Louise Penny, State of Terror
(Simon & Schuster/St. Martin’s Press)

“Hillary Rodham Clinton pairs up with powerhouse mystery novelist Louise Penny for State of Terror, a political thriller full of action and intrigue.”


Elisabeth Breck, Double Take
(Crooked Lane)

“In [this] intricately plotted sequel…Breck, herself a licensed private investigator, makes Madison a convincing heroine. Readers will look forward to seeing more of her.”
Publishers Weekly


Kate Belli, Betrayal on the Bowery
(Crooked Lane)

“An action-packed historical mystery with a strong female protagonist and hints of future romance.”
Library Journal, starred review


Tara Laskowski, The Mother Next Door
(Graydon House)

“If the women of Big Little Lies were the moms of East Coast high schoolers, they’d be right at home in The Mother Next Door—a witty, wicked thriller packed with hidden agendas, juicy secrets, and pitch-perfect satire of the suburban dream.”
Andrea Bartz

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