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

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Louise Penny, A World of Curiosities
(Minotaur)

“Another superb achievement… Penny weaves together all these narratives―the
series of modern-day killings, the decade-old bludgeoning murder and the haunting artwork that has remained shrouded in mystery across the centuries―with a master’s deft hand.”
–BookPage

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Rae Meadows, Winterland
(Henry Holt)

“Meadows skillfully articulates the risks and rewards of high-level competition, the divine feeling of being chosen to represent one’s country and the fragility of the human body… Winterland is a historic look back at a generation of Soviet talent, ambition, and sacrifice, inside and outside the gym.”
–Booklist

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Holly Jackson, Five Survive
(Delacorte)

“Intervals of intense suspense and a well-crafted puzzle blend to create a thrill ride of a story.”
–Kirkus

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Sara Driscoll, Still Waters
(Kensington)

“Fans of the series will enjoy this entry, which includes fascinating details about search dogs and their work as well as a unique settings and a colorful cast of recurring characters.”
–Library Journal

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Edward Humes, The Forever Witness: How DNA and Genealogy Solved a Cold Case Double Murder
(Dutton)

“Humes’ writing is suspenseful yet also journalistic, providing fascinating details about the case, technological advances in police work, and genetic genealogy. A winner for any fan of true crime.”
–Booklist

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Sarah Fox, Through the Liquor Glass
(Kensington Cozies)

“When a food critic is killed, a Vermont pub owner is determined to keep her boyfriend from becoming a suspect.”
–Kirkus Reviews

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Kaira Rouda, The Widow
(Thomas & Mercer)

“A deliciously diabolical take on marriage, politics, and the lies that bind.”
–Library Journal

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Kimberly Belle, The Personal Assistant
(Park Row)

“This taut and twisty domestic thriller will keep readers guessing until the very end.”
–Booklist

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Sharon Dempsey, The Midnight Killing
(Avon)

“A dark, twisting, compelling tale … Sharon is part of a new generation of crime writers able to mine Northern Ireland’s troubled history to craft gripping stories for today.”
–Stuart Neville

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Rosemary Simpson, Death at the Falls
(Kensington)

“This one’s for history buffs and fans of smart female sleuths.”
–Publishers Weekly

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