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



Nick Petrie, The Runaway

“Nail-biting …Shifting points of view serve to heighten the suspense. This adrenaline-fueled ride will keep readers turning the pages.”
Publishers Weekly


Lisa Gardner, One Step Too Far

“It’s not often that a thriller so deeply casts us into the darkness of both nature and the human heart…Terrifying, primal, and very, very tense. Read it with your heart in your throat—but read it.”
Kirkus Reviews, starred review


Marie Rutkoski, Real Easy
(Henry Holt)

“This is a story about flawed people just doing the best they can to live their lives and find love. Vulnerable yet steely, this thriller rises above the rest.”
Kirkus Reviews, starred review


Lars Keplar, The Mirror Man

“The ability of Kepler (the pen name of Alexander and Alexandra Ahndoril) to ratchet up the tension en route to a stunning reveal and an eminently fair solution is remarkable. This merits comparisons with the best of Thomas Harris.”
Publishers Weekly, starred review


Jessica Fellowes, The Mitford Vanishing

“Fellowes’s cleverly plotted fifth mystery featuring the real life Mitford family deepens the personality of series lead Louise Cannon. Fellowes has plausibly transformed Louisa from amateur to professional sleuth. Maisie Dobbs fans will be pleased.”
Publishers Weekly


Kaira Rouda, Somebody’s Home
(Thomas and Mercer)

“Whatever the opposite of family values is, Rouda seems intent on perfecting a genre that enshrines it.”
Kirkus Reviews


Evan Hughes, The Hard Sell

“Anyone who picks up this title will be left reflecting on how the U.S. medical system and drug companies have recklessly destroyed countless lives. A book readers will not soon forget.”
Library Journal, starred review


Mitzi Szerato, The Best New True Crime Stories: Partners in Crime

“If you like true crime with something extra, The Best New True Crime Stories: Partners in Crime delivers. The crimes and criminals are compelling enough, but what sets these tales apart is the attention to setting and social milieu.”
Stephanie Kane


Jacqueline Mitchard, The Good Son

“An engaging journey through redemption, forgiveness, and a mother’s devotion.”
Library Journal


Karen Hamilton, The Ex-Husband
(Graydon House)

“Amid the glitzy, wealthy, sun-kissed, at-sea lifestyle in this twisted thriller, we find con artists, threats and lies, and the cold certainty that no matter how far out you sail, you’ll never escape your past.”
Tara Laskowski

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