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

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Deon Meyer (transl. K.L. Seegers), The Dark Flood
(Atlantic)

“A fast-moving South African police procedural . . . The plotlines are tightly knitted together, and the story ends with a nifty twist. A well-crafted blend of suspense, culture, and humor. Meyer is terrific.”
Kirkus Reviews, starred review

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Elle Marr, Strangers We Know
(Thomas and Mercer)

“…the increasingly tense plot takes turns the reader won’t see coming. Marr is a writer to watch.”
Publishers Weekly

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Laura Jarratt, Two Little Girls
(Sourcebooks Landmark)

“This heartfelt story grabs the reader from the very start and doesn’t let go. Psychological thrillers fans won’t want to miss this one.”
Publishers Weekly

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Phoebe Atwood Taylor, The Cape Cod Mystery
(American Mystery Classics)

“Asey Mayo possesses more common sense and personal charm than any other detective in fiction.”
Times Literary Supplement

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James Grady, This Train
(Pegasus)

“The term ‘master storyteller’ is bandied about quite often these days, but in the case of James Grady it isn’t just a marketing phrase. This Train confirms what most readers have known for decades. James Grady is a writer who is always at the top of his game. A nail biting thriller that will have readers on the edge of their seats. Not to be missed.”
S.A. Cosby

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Nancy Atherton, Aunt Dimity and the Enchanted Cottage
(Viking)

“The caring community, its quirky characters, and the warm depiction of family life will appeal to readers of Donna Andrews’ Meg Langslow cozies.”
Booklist

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Elizabeth Day, Magpie
(Simon and Schuster)

“Elizabeth Day’s Magpie is at once eerie, darkly funny and very touching… It is f***ing great, plain and simple.”
Stanley Tucci

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Harini Nagendra, The Bangalore Detectives Club
(Pegasus)

“The first in an effervescent new mystery series by the ecology professor Harini Nagendra, The Bangalore Detectives Club turns the clock back a century. This is a treat for historical mystery lovers looking for a new series to savor (or devour).”
Sarah Weinman, The New York Times Book Review

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Kathryn Miles, Trailed
(Algonquin)

“​A beautifully written account of a great American tragedy—the unsolved murders of an undetermined number of young women, all by the same serial killer, who got away. The truth is still buried. I couldn’t put it down.”
John Grisham

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John Gleeson, The Gotti Wars
(Scribner)

“A memoir from the federal prosecutor who took down the “Teflon Don” 30 years ago…Gleeson is a thorough writer…[The Gotti Wars] offers a realistic portrait of how big cases are pieced together.”
Kirkus Reviews

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