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



Jonathan Kellerman, Unnatural History

“This is Kellerman at his very best. Just the dialogue between Sturgis and Delaware is worth it. But also, the depiction of Los Angeles is always the star.”
–Mystery & Suspense magazine


Kwei Quartey, Last Seen in Lapaz

“Quartey once again finds piercing social pain beneath what looks like a routine case.”
–Kirkus Reviews


Deborah Crombie, A Killing of Innocents
(William Morrow)

“Crombie is as skilled as Louise Penny or J.D. Robb in developing characters while entwining personal lives with riveting police investigations. With four years since A Bitter Feast, the previous book in the series, the author’s fans will be eager to catch up with her characters.”
–Library Journal


Stephen Graham Jones, Don’t Fear the Reaper

“Horror fans [will] be blown away by this audacious extravaganza.”
–Publishers Weekly


Hank Phillippi Ryan, The House Guest

“Hank Phillippi Ryan is one of my favorite authors, and The House Guest proves why. This riveting novel twists and turns through the pageturning story…events turn shocking, with revelation after revelation in a thriller that never forgets to touch the heart.”
–Lisa Scottoline


Mike Lawson, Alligator Alley
(Atlantic Monthly Press)

“Assured prose matches the two capable protagonists: the crafty DeMarco and the relentless, brilliant Emma. This is perhaps Lawson’s best in the series to date.”
–Publishers Weekly


Mariana Enriquez (transl. Megan McDowell, illus. Pablo Gerardo Camacho), Our Share of Night

“An ailing medium who can connect with the dead tries to protect his son from an insatiable darkness. . . . Monumental.”
The New York Times


John Higgs, Love and Let Die: James Bond, The Beatles, and The British Psyche

“Higgs builds his case around evocative profiles of the Beatles and their fandom and of Bond’s evolving persona and his real-life alter-egos. The result is a thoughtful romp through pop culture that’s full of fresh ideas and sharp connections.”
–Publishers Weekly


Katrine Engberg, The Sanctuary

“The iden­tity of the culprit is an enormous surprise, but more surprising still is the closure Engberg brings to long-running storylines, resulting in a very poignant moment for fans of the series in addition to a satisfy­ing solution to the central mystery.”


Anastasia Hastings, Of Manners and Murder

“Funny at times, this series debut is also an adventurous and thoughtful look at a time when women’s lives were on the brink of change. And it’s a puzzling whodunit to boot.”
–First Clue

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