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



Elyse Friedman, The Opportunist

“This perfectly paced novel mixes intrigue, drama, and mystery. Each reveal is timed to keep readers glued to the pages, and no character is safe from the others’ lies. With so many appealing factors, this book will be popular with a wide range of patrons.”


Josh Haven, Fake Money, Blue Smoke
(Mysterious Press)

“Keeps the suspense high without sacrificing plausibility. [A] promising new talent.”
–Publishers Weekly


Tessa Wegert, The Kind to Kill
(Severn House)

“Considering who the bogeyman clearly is and remains, Wegert does an admirable job of generating mounting suspense.”
–Kirkus Reviews


Luke Dumas, A History of Fear

“[A] stellar debut, a complex whydunit . . . . Admirers of Andrew Pyper’s The Demonologist will be riveted.”
–Publishers Weekly


Mina Hardy, We Knew All Along
(Crooked Lane)

“Wickedly suspenseful, We Knew All Along is a snappy page-turner that will make you question everything you thought you knew and keep you guessing until the very last page. Don’t miss it!”
–Avery Bishop


Darby Kane, The Last Invitation
(William Morrow)

“Darby Kane deserves credit for dispensing with anything resembling a slow burn in The Replacement Wife. There is a rollicking, almost absurdist tone to Kane’s writing that kept me engaged…Finally, after several doses of sociopathy, more than a little gaslighting and arguments galore, nearly all of Elisa’s suspicions are confirmed in the worst possible way. ‘Nearly’ saves room for a final surprise I didn’t foresee.”
–New York Times Book Review


Darynda Jones, A Hard Day for a Hangover
(St. Martins)

“Laugh-out-loud funny, intensely suspenseful, page-turning fun.”
–Allison Brennan


Hannah Morrissey, The Widowmaker

The Widowmaker confirms Hannah Morrisey’s status as one of the brightest new voices in crime fiction. An unflinching look at two damaged people trying to do right in a world full of wrong, told in scalpel-sharp prose with a poet’s eye for detail.”
–Riley Sager


John Straley, Blown By The Same Wind

“Terrific . . . Like the earlier novels in the series, this one is funny and quirky, a lighter change of pace from the Younger books and a delight for fans of small-town comic mysteries with a bit of bite.”


Peter Mohlin, Peter Nyström (transl. Ian Giles), The Other Sister
(Overlook Press)

“Mohlin and Nyström’s stellar sequel to 2021’s The Bucket List more than delivers on the first book’s promise . . . This nail-biter doesn’t let John off the hook for some hard choices he’s forced to make as the action builds to a jaw-dropping climax. Readers will be counting the days to see where these gifted writers take their lead next.”
–Publishers Weekly

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