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

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Dervla McTiernan, The Murder Rule
(William Morrow)

“Dervla McTiernan has become one of my favorite writers, and if you read The Murder Rule, she will quickly become one of yours. This book is diabolically clever, highly compelling, and deeply moving. I loved The Murder Rule and did not want it to end.”
Don Winslow

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Connie Berry, The Shadow of Memory
(Crooked Lane)

“A seamlessly plotted mystery for fans of English puzzles.”
Library Journal, starred review

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Jason Rekulek, Hidden Pictures
(Flatiron)

“The explosive third act gives this story a nail-biting ending sure to thrill. Paranormal perfection.”
Booklist

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Chris Holm, Child Zero
(Mulholland)

“Intense, propulsive, provocative – and shot through with the kind of been-there, done-that authenticity and expertise that makes it really scary…. Highly recommended.”
Lee Child

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Mick Herron, Bad Actors
(Soho)

“Confirms Mick Herron as the best spy novelist now working.”
NPR’s Fresh Air

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Lark O. Jensen, Bear Witness
(Crooked Lane)

“Jensen nicely balances the crime solving and Stacie’s personal life, and dog lovers will cheer Sasha’s heroics. Cozy fans will eagerly await the sequel.”
Publishers Weekly

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Brian Lebeau, A Disturbing Nature
(Books Forward)

“A slow burn” and “gripping crime drama.. the tension is immense.”
Kirkus Reviews

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Sara Paretsky, Overboard
(William Morrow)

“Paretsky’s clever plotting and storytelling crusades against corruption remain unchanged in this particularly evocative visit to Vic’s world.”
Booklist

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Keith Thomson, Born to Be Hanged
(Little Brown)

“A brisk and entertaining adventure story… Thomson unravels the complex relationship between piracy and colonial governments in the Americas, where England and Spain struggled for primacy, and describes local tribes and flora and fauna in meticulous detail.”
Publishers Weekly

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Eden Collinsworth, What the Ermine Saw
(Doubleday)

“Collinsworth unwinds a thoroughly captivating story about a single painting. . .Filled with beauty, passion, greed, and evil, Collinsworth’s search is a spirited art history yarn.”
Kirkus Reviews

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Author, Development Exec, Editor

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