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

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Julie Mayhew, Little Nothings
(Raven)

“Mayhew explores both the affirming side of female friendships and the darker currents of judgmental talk, financial peer pressure, and neediness. . . . Driven by an honest, authentic main character who is imperfect and damaged.”
–Kirkus Reviews

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Javier Cercas (transl. Anne McLean), Even the Darkest Night
(Knopf)

“Cercas delivers masterful storytelling here, weaving a compelling drama . . . Moving . . . A winning choice for both literary—and crime-fiction book groups.”
–Christine Tran, Booklist, starred

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Rosalie Knecht, Vera Kelly: Lost and Found
(Tin House)

“Knecht continues to paint a gritty yet romantic picture in her third Vera novel. . . . The internal tension is palpable, and the humorous moments offer tremendous relief.”
–Booklist, starred review

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Riley Sager, The House Across The Lake
(Dutton)

“Highly entertaining…. Sager keeps the Rear Window-esque plot of The House Across the Lake focused keenly on believable characters who may not always be likable but who readers will care deeply about…a deliciously eerie plot.”
–South Florida Sun Sentinel

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Jon Bassof, Beneath Cruel Waters
(Blackstone)

Beneath Cruel Waters is an intense, gripping, exceptionally written mystery thriller that everyone must read. Bassoff has always been one of the best, but this unputdownable novel catapults him to another level.”
–Jason Starr

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Fabian Nicieza, The Self-Made Widow
(G. P. Putnam’s)

“This is an outstanding domestic thriller that effectively combines suburban comedy with a surprise-filled plot.”
–Booklist, starred review

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Ashley Weaver, The Key to Deceit
(Minotaur)

“[A] fast-paced plot . . . Ellie is wonderfully resourceful and divinely funny. Let’s hope this expertise-and-romance-filled series continues for a very long time.”
–Booklist, starred review

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Lee Goldberg, Movieland
(Thomas and Mercer)

“Goldberg’s compelling follow-up to Gated Prey is a fast-paced, riveting police procedural influenced by actual events in California. A character-driven series entry that skillfully depicts Hollywood corruption.”
–Library Journal, starred review

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Loren D. Estelman, Monkey in the Middle
(Forge)

“Razor-edged prose that Raymond Chandler would appreciate lifts Estleman’s excellent 30th outing for Detroit PI Amos Walker (after Cutthroat Dogs).”
–Publishers Weekly, starred review

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Sandra SG Wong, In The Dark We Forget
(HarperCollins)

“A chilling, nerve-jangling journey into lost memories and unforgettable terrors. Sandra Wong knows what scares us all—and what we can never forget.”
–Tess Gerritsen

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