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September 25 2017

Q&A with Liz Mugavero, Author of Purring Around the Christmas Tree

Liz Mugavero is the author of the Pawsitively Organic Mystery series, which debuted with Kneading to Die (2013)—an Agatha Award nominee for Best First Novel; A Biscuit, A Casket, The Icing...
September 15 2017

Review: The Names of Dead Girls by Eric Rickstad

The Names of Dead Girls by Eric Rickstad builds relentlessly on its spellbinding premise, luring readers into its dark and macabre mystery, right to its shocking end. New York Times and...
September 14 2017

Review: Enigma by Catherine Coulter

Enigma by Catherine Coulter is the 21st book in the FBI Thriller series, where Agents Savich and Sherlock are presented with two baffling mysteries and must work with Agent Cam Wittier (Insidious)...
September 7 2017

Review: Close to Home by Robert Dugoni

Close to Home by Robert Dugoni is the fifth book in the Tracy Crosswhite series, where the Seattle homicide detective is thrown headlong into the path of a killer conspiracy. Robert Dugoni...
August 29 2017

Review: Glass Houses by Louise Penny

Glass Houses by Louise Penny is the 13th book in the Chief Inspector Gamache series, which shatters the conventions of the crime novel to explore what Gandhi called the court of conscience—a court...
August 24 2017

Review: Snap Judgment by Marcia Clark

Snap Judgment by Marcia Clark is the third installment in the Samantha Brinkman series, where the attorney’s investigation into a family’s deadly secrets is compromised by a threat...
August 15 2017

Q&A with Kelley Armstrong, Author of Rituals

Kelley Armstrong is the #1 New York Times and internationally bestselling author of more than 30 novels. These include the 13-book urban fantasy Otherworld saga and the recent Casey Butler books...
August 14 2017

Review: I Know a Secret by Tess Gerritsen

I Know a Secret by Tess Gerritsen is the 12th Rizzoli & Isles novel, where the pair pursues a shadowy psychopath keeping secrets and taking lives (available August 15, 2017). After seven seasons...
August 11 2017

Review: Reckless by Allison Brennan

Reckless by Allison Brennan is a Lucy Kincaid novella that takes place after the events of the fifth book in the series, Stalked, which sees a romantic camping trip devolve into a search for a...
August 4 2017

Review: The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter

The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter is a searing, spellbinding blend of cold-case thriller and psychological suspense (available August 8, 2017). In 2015, New York Times and internationally...
August 4 2017

Review: Kiss Me, Kill Me by Allison Brennan

Kiss Me, Kill Me by Allison Brennan is the second book in the Lucy Kincaid series, where Lucy's search for a missing girl intersects with an ongoing investigation of a serial killer in NYC. New...
August 2 2017

Review: Cat About Town by Cate Conte

Cat About Town by Cate Conte is the first novel in a frisky new Cat Cafe Mystery series set in a small New England town, where an unlikely citizen is called in to solve the purrfect crime. Take...
August 1 2017

Q&A with J. D. Trafford, Author of Little Boy Lost

J.D. Trafford is an award-winning novelist who has topped numerous Amazon bestseller lists. His debut, No Time to Run, was selected by IndieReader as a bestselling pick. Mr. Trafford graduated...
July 24 2017

Q&A with Richard Lange, Author of The Smack

Richard Lange is a novelist and short story writer. His full-length fiction credits include This Wicked World and Angel Baby; his story collections are titled Dead Boys and Sweet Nothing....
July 21 2017

Review: Deadfall by Linda Fairstein

Hunting a killer within New York’s urban jungle becomes the biggest case of Alexandra Cooper’s career in New York Times bestselling author Linda Fairstein’s latest riveting thriller,...
July 18 2017

Q&A with Marcus Sakey, Author of Afterlife

Markus Sakey is a novelist and screenwriter whose books have sold more than a million copies and been translated into dozens of languages. His titles include The Blade Itself, Good People (which...
June 27 2017

Q&A with William Shaw, Author of The Birdwatcher

William Shaw is a novelist and award-winning pop culture journalist. He has regularly written for the UK’s Observer and Independent as well as the New York Times. Mr. Shaw’s books...
June 23 2017

Review: Lowcountry Bonfire by Susan M. Boyer

Lowcountry Bonfire by Susan M. Boyer is the 6th book in the Liz Talbot Mystery series (available June 27, 2017). Southern scribe Susan M. Boyer revisits her USA Today bestselling series with...
June 12 2017

Review: The Switch by Joseph Finder

The Switch by Joseph Finder is a timely, electrifying new thriller where a simple mix up throws one innocent man into the crosshairs of sinister government secrets and ruthless political ambitions...
June 8 2017

Review: Cast the First Stone by James W. Ziskin

Cast the First Stone by James W. Ziskin is the 5th book in the Ellie Stone Mysteries series. Edgar-, Anthony-, Barry-, and Lefty-nominated author James W. Ziskin infuses his fiction with the...
June 6 2017

Review: DIS MEM BER by Joyce Carol Oates

DIS MEM BER: and Other Stories of Mystery and Suspense by Joyce Carol Oates is a meticulously crafted, deeply disquieting collection of seven short stories centered on girls and women confronting the...
June 2 2017

Review: You’ll Never Know, Dear by Hallie Ephron

You'll Never Know, Dear by Hallie Ephron is an addictive novel of psychological suspense about three generations of women haunted by a little girl’s disappearance and the porcelain doll...
June 1 2017

Q&A with Jordan Harper, Author of She Rides Shotgun

Jordan Harper has been a music journalist and film critic. Born and educated in Missouri, he now lives in Los Angeles and continues to work as a screenwriter. Harper’s debut novel, She...
May 30 2017

Q&A with Sarah Lotz, Author of The White Road

Sarah Lotz is a novelist and screenwriter who carries a self-professed affection for the dark side. Her books include The Three and Day Four—both of which Stephen King heartily endorsed....
May 8 2017

Review: Silent Rain by Karin Salvalaggio

Silent Rain by Karin Salvalaggio is the 4th book in the Macy Greeley Mystery series (available May 9, 2017). London-based, American-bred Karin Salvalaggio returns with her fourth crime novel, Silent...
May 2 2017

Review: Walking on My Grave by Carolyn Hart

Walking on My Grave by Carolyn Hart is the 26th and final Death on Demand Mystery, where bookseller Annie Darling learns murder and money go hand in hand. New York Times-bestselling and Pulitzer...
April 25 2017

Q&A with John Rector, Author of The Ridge

John Rector is a Wall Street Journal and internationally bestselling author. His novels include Ruthless, Out of the Black, Already Gone, The Cold Kiss, and The Grove. Mr. Rector’s award-winning...
April 20 2017

Review: Say No More by Hank Phillippi Ryan

Say No More by Hank Phillippi Ryan is the 5th book in the Jane Ryland series, nominated for an Agatha Award for Best Novel. The dynamic Hank Phillippi Ryan is no stranger to accolades. Her crime...
April 11 2017

Q&A with Harry Hunsicker, Author of The Devil’s Country

Harry Hunsicker is a 4th-generation native of Dallas and former executive vice-president of the Mystery Writers of America. A Shamus and Thriller Award nominee, he has also had a short story (“West...
April 5 2017

Review: Of Books and Bagpipes by Paige Shelton

Of Books and Bagpipes by Paige Shelton is the 2nd book in the Scottish Bookshop Mystery series. Last year, nationally bestselling author Paige Shelton debuted a new mystery series set in Scotland...