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

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James Lee Burke, Every Cloak Rolled in Blood
(Simon and Schuster)

“Burke rolls together the driving themes that have dominated his work—the inescapable presence of evil, the restorative power of love, the desecration of the planet, humanity’s long slouch toward Armageddon—into an intensely, heartrendingly personal exploration of grief.”
–Booklist, starred review

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Kiersten White, Hide
(Del Rey)

“The suspenseful plot combines elements of Thomas Tryon’s classic Harvest Home, Netflix’s Squid Game, and the social commentary of Jordan Peele’s film oeuvre and mixes these with a revelatory pacing reminiscent of Spielberg’s Jaws.”
–Booklist

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Chris Pavone, Two Nights in Lisbon
(MCD)

Two Nights in Lisbon is sensationally good—timely, important, layered with ticking suspense, driven by an ominous drumbeat that accelerates like a panicked heart. My thriller of the year so far.”
–Lee Child

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David Yoon, City of Orange
(GP Putnam’s Sons)

“Much more compelling and heartfelt than the end of the world could ever be.”
–Kirkus Reviews

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Hannah Mary McKinnon, Never Coming Home
(MIRA)

“Deliciously dark and deviously funny, Never Coming Home by Hannah Mary McKinnon is one hell of a ride. Lucas Forester might just be the most enjoyable, deceptive character I’ve ever met. Absolutely brilliant. McKinnon’s best book yet.”
–Jennifer Hillier

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Tori Eldridge, Dance Among the Flames
(Running Free)

“Tautly written, mystical, and action-packed Dance Among the Flames will take you on a wild, thrilling ride through centuries and continents. Eldridge is at the top of her game, delivering an irresistibly sweeping adventure that will linger long after the gripping story ends. Don’t miss it!”
–Lisa Unger

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Ulla Lenze (transl. Marshall Yarbrough), The Radio Operator
(HarperVia)

“Based on a true story, The Radio Operator is a marvelous period piece from a unique perspective.”
–New York Journal of Books

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Nancy Dougherty, The Hangman and His Wife
(Knopf)

“The hollowed-out soul of one of Nazi Germany’s worst criminals is explored through his wife’s recollections in this searching biography . . . Dougherty vividly dissects the murderous intrigues roiling Nazi bureaucracies . . . A chilling, revelatory case study of the moral corruption of the Third Reich.”
–Publishers Weekly, starred review

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Glenn Cooper, The Fourth Prophecy
(Grand Central)

“Smart and entertaining, every page is pitch perfect. A terrific story, terrifically told.”
–Steve Berry

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Laura Griffin, Midnight Dunes
(Berkley)

“Griffin’s characters leap off the page, and she throws myriad twists, turns, and red herrings into her taut plot as it rockets to a heart-pounding finale. The result is a high-stakes romantic thriller that’s sure to please.”
–Publishers Weekly

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