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

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Janice Hallett, The Twyford Code
(Atria)

“[I]ngenious… Filled with numerous clues, acrostics, and red herrings, this thrilling scavenger hunt for the truth is delightfully deceptive and thoroughly immersive.”
–Publishers Weekly

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Sterling Watson, Night Letter
(Akashic)

“Amid the classic noir elements, author Sterling Watson slow-rolls a moving reflection on the costs to the human heart of vast social and economic change.”
–New York Magazine

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E. V. Adamson, Murder Grove
(Scarlet)

A claustrophobic, breathlessly effective tale that seems to pave the way for a choose-your-own-murder series.”
–Kirkus Reviews

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Erin Kelly, The Skeleton Key
(Mobius)

“Full of reflections on ego and art, love and loss, this atypical thriller shows Kelly writing at the top of her game.”
–Publishers Weekly

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Max Allan Collins, The Big Bundle
(Hard Case Crime)

“Superb… Collins again artfully uses a real-life crime, one now obscure but headline-making in the 1950s, as the springboard for a crackerjack plot. This is another standout in a consistently good series.”
–Publishers Weekly

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Christopher Golden, All Hallows
(St Martins)

“I ripped through All Hallows like a wildfire. Straight-up classic-feeling old-school horror. Declare Golden the KING OF HALLOWEEN after that one.”
–Chuck Wendig

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Dean Koontz, The House at the End of the World
(Thomas and Mercer)

“A tragedy has sent a young artist into seclusion. A potential apocalypse may be enough to bring her back.”
–Kirkus Reviews

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Stephanie Graves, A Courage Undimmed
(Kensington)

“Graves’s focus on a fascinating bit of WWII history makes this stand out among lighter wartime mysteries.”
–Publishers Weekly

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Alyssa Maxwell, A Fashionable Fatality
(Kensington)

“Maxwell brings the era’s class and gender constraints to life in this intelligent historical.”
Publishers Weekly

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Élmer Mendoza (transl. Mark Fried), Kiss the Detective
(Mobius)

“One of the biggest names in Mexican literature . . . A true novelist . . . No-one has captured the exciting and passionate nature of the Mexican vernacular like him.”
–Arturo Pérez-Reverte.

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Michael Neff
Algonkian Producer
New York Pitch Director
Author, Development Exec, Editor

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