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JBValeri
February 6 2018

Review: Look for Me by Lisa Gardner

In Look for Me, #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Gardner's latest twisty thrill ride, Detective D. D. Warren and Find Her's Flora Dane return in a race against the clock to either save...
JBValeri
February 2 2018

Review: Curses, Boiled Again! by Shari Randall

Curses, Boiled Again! by Shari Randall welcomes you to the seaside hamlet of Mystic Bay, where the fish is always fresh, the folks are ever-friendly, and murder is on a roll (available January 30, 2018). Take...
JBValeri
February 1 2018

Review: Vanished by Karen E. Olson

Vanished by Karen E. Olson is the fourth book in the Black Hat thriller series, which follows computer hacker Tina Adler, who heads to Paris, France, in search of the truth but discovers that someone...
ChristopherReich
January 16 2018

Q&A with Christopher Reich, Author of The Take

Christopher Reich is the New York Times bestselling author of thrillers including Numbered Account, Rules of Deception, Rules of Vengeance, Rules of Betrayal, and The Devil’s Banker....
CJTudor
January 9 2018

Q&A with C. J. Tudor, Author of The Chalk Man

C. J. Tudor is the debut novelist of The Chalk Man (available January 9, 2018). Before becoming a full-time writer, she held a variety of jobs that included trainee reporter, radio scriptwriter,...
aimeehixauthor
January 8 2018

Q&A with Aimee Hix, Author of What Doesn’t Kill You

Aimee Hix is a former defense contractor turned mystery writer. Her debut novel, What Doesn’t Kill You (available January 8, 2018), introduces PI Willa Pennington and is set against the shady...
JBValeri
January 2 2018

Review: A Map of the Dark by Karen Ellis

A Map of the Dark by Karen Ellis is the first book in the Searchers series—a race-against-time thriller where FBI Agent Elsa Myers may have to lose herself in order to save a missing girl. The...
JBValeri
December 8 2017

Review: Strong to the Bone by Jon Land

Texas Ranger Caitlin Strong takes on a gang of neo-Nazis in Strong to the Bone, an action-packed novel of the critically acclaimed Caitlin Strong series by Jon Land. Jon Land is on the brink of...
JBValeri
November 30 2017

Review: Tango Down by Chris Knopf

Tango Down by Chris Knopf is the eighth edition of the Sam Acquillo Mystery series, which disrupts the illusion that the Hamptons are safely immune from the struggles that inflame much of the world...
JessicaKeener
November 15 2017

Q&A with Jessica Keener, Author of Strangers in Budapest

Jessica Keener is the author of the bestselling novel Night Swim and a collection of award-winning short stories, Women in Bed. She has also contributed to O, the Oprah Magazine, Redbook, the Boston...
JBValeri
November 14 2017

Review: Seeds of Revenge by Wendy Tyson

Seeds of Revenge by Wendy Tyson is the third book in the Greenhouse Mystery series. Wendy Tyson has a background in law and psychology, which lends itself nicely to her endeavors as a crime fiction...
WendyTyson
November 10 2017

Q&A with Wendy Tyson, Author of Seeds of Revenge

Wendy Tyson is the author of the bestselling Greenhouse Mystery series featuring former lawyer-turned-farmer Megan Sawyer, which includes the titles A Muddied Murder and Bitter Harvest; the third...
JBValeri
November 7 2017

Review: Every Breath You Take by Mary Higgins Clark & Alafair Burke

Every Breath You Take by Mary Higgins Clark & Alafair Burke follows television producer’s Laurie Moran investigation of the unsolved Met Gala murder—in which a wealthy widow...
LindaFairstein
November 6 2017

Q&A with Linda Fairstein, Author of Digging For Trouble

Linda Fairstein is the New York Times and internationally bestselling author of the Alexandra Cooper novels, which have been translated into more than a dozen languages; the nineteenth in that...
JBValeri
November 6 2017

Review: Dead of Winter by Wendy Corsi Staub

Dead of Winter by Wendy Corsi Staub is the third book in the Lily Dale Mysteries series (available November 7, 2017). New York Times bestseller Wendy Corsi Staub is a veritable powerhouse....
ToddMerer
November 2 2017

Q&A with Todd Merer, Author of The Extraditionist

Todd Merer is the debut author of The Extraditionist. In his thirty years as a criminal attorney, he specialized in the defense of high-ranking cartel chiefs extradited to the United States. Merer...
DavidFreed
October 31 2017

Q&A with David Freed, Author of The Kill Circle

David Freed is the author of the critically acclaimed Cordell Logan mystery series. An instrument-rated pilot, contributing editor at Air & Space Smithsonian magazine, and a former...
JBValeri
October 31 2017

Review: Buzz Killer by Tom Straw

Buzz Killer by Tom Straw is the first in a prospective new series featuring NYC Public Defender Macie Wild and Gunnar Cody, an ex-detective dismissed from the NYPD’s elite surveillance...
JBValeri
October 30 2017

Donald Bain: A Personal Remembrance

Donald Bain loomed large in my life—and not just because he stood tall. The first time we met was in 2009 at the inaugural Murder 203: Connecticut’s Mystery Festival (now defunct)....
LinwoodBarclay
October 30 2017

Q&A with Linwood Barclay, Author of Parting Shot

Linwood Barclay is the critically acclaimed New York Times and #1 international bestselling author of 16 novels. These include the four-book Zack Walker series, the recent Promise Falls trilogy...
KateWhite
October 27 2017

Q&A with Kate White, Author of Even If It Kills Her

Kate White is the New York Times bestselling author of the Bailey Weggins series as well as the standalone psychological suspense titles The Secrets You Keep, The Wrong Man, Eyes on You, Hush,...
TomStraw
October 26 2017

Q&A with Tom Straw, Author of Buzz Killer

Tom Straw published his first mystery, The Trigger Episode, in 2007 and then authored seven crime novels under the pseudonym Richard Castle—all of which were New York Times bestsellers. An...
JBValeri
October 26 2017

Review: The Kill Circle by David Freed

The Kill Circle by David Freed is the sixth offering in the Cordell Logan series, a fast-paced thriller that is brimming with action and humor (available October 31, 2017). There’s...
JBValeri
October 20 2017

Review: The Killer Who Hated Soup by Bill A. Brier

The Killer Who Hated Soup by Bill A. Brier is the first book in the new Killer Who Hated series, featuring amateur photographer/sleuth Bucky Ontario and his adventures in the fictional town of...
JBValeri
October 16 2017

Review: Killing Season by Faye Kellerman

Killing Season by Faye Kellerman is an electrifying novel of suspense in which a young man'’s investigation into his sister'’s death draws him into the path of a sadistic serial...
JBValeri
October 5 2017

Review: What the Hell Did I Just Read by David Wong

What the Hell Did I Just Read by David Wong is the third book in the John Dies at the End series. Take a visual tour of What the Hell Did I Just Read with GIFnotes! David Wong—the pseudonym...
JBValeri
October 3 2017

Review: The Witches’ Tree by M. C. Beaton

The Witches' Tree by M. C. Beaton is the 28th book in the Agatha Raisin series. Take a visual tour of The Witches' Tree with GIFnotes! This year marks the 25th anniversary of cantankerous...
JoeRLansdale
September 26 2017

Q&A with Joe R. Lansdale, Author of Paradise Sky

Joe R. Lansdale is the author of nearly four dozen novels, two of which were selected as New York Times Notable Books. His popular Hap and Leonard series has been adapted into a Sundance TV show...
LizMugavero
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...
JBValeri
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...