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Nov 2 2017 11:00am

5 New Police Procedurals to Heat Up Your Winter

Read Carrie Smith's exclusive guest post about her 5 favorite upcoming police procedurals, then make sure you're signed in and comment below for a chance to win a copy of her third Claire Codella Mystery, Unholy City!

If you love to read police procedurals, you’re going to have many new titles to choose from this fall and winter. I had a chance to preview some of them, and here are five that I’m wholeheartedly recommending.

[See the full list below!]