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November 20 2017

Review: After the End of the World by Jonathan L. Howard

After the End of the World by Jonathan L. Howard is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft series, which brings the H. P. Lovecraft mythos into the 21st century. A few months after the explosive...
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November 13 2017

Review: Turn on the Heat by Erle Stanley Gardner

Turn on the Heat by Erle Stanley Gardner is considered one of the best Cool and Lam novels in the acclaimed series, now made available from Hard Case Crime. Love old-school suspense yarns?...
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November 8 2017

Review: Trespass by Anthony Quinn

Trespass by Anthony Quinn is the fourth book in the Inspector Celsius Daly series, catapulting Daly into the search for a missing boy that leads to an unsolved mystery from the era of The...
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November 3 2017

Review: Joe Ledger: Unstoppable, Edited by Jonathan Maberry & Bryan Thomas Schmidt

Joe Ledger: Unstoppable, edited by Jonathan Maberry and Bryan Thomas Schmidt, is an original collection of stories in the Joe Ledger universe. I’m an unabashed fangirl when it comes to Jonathan...
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November 1 2017

Review: The Extraditionist by Todd Merer

The Extraditionist by Todd Merer is the first book in the Benn Bluestone Thriller series.  Drug lawyer Benn Bluestone is kind of a jerk. He likes the ladies a little too much, he...
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October 24 2017

Review: Her Last Day by T.R. Ragan

Her Last Day by T.R. Ragan is the first book in a new series about PI Jessie Cole (available October 24, 2017). PI Jessie Cole is having a bad day. She’s following a guy that’s...
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October 16 2017

Review: The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine

The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine is a mesmerizing debut about a coolly manipulative woman and a wealthy “golden couple” from a stunning new voice in psychological suspense (available...
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October 13 2017

Review: The Templar Brotherhood by James Becker

The Templar Brotherhood by James Becker is the third book in the Lost Treasure of the Templars series—a breakneck thriller that whisks readers into the shadowy secret chambers of the Knights Templar. Check...
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October 4 2017

Review: The Naturalist by Andrew Mayne

The Naturalist by Andrew Mayne is the first book in The Naturalist series. Andrew Mayne is best known as a magician, but his series featuring FBI Agent Jessica Blackwood—who comes from...
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October 2 2017

Review: The Good Thief’s Guide to Murder by Chris Ewan

The Good Thief's Guide to Murder by Chris Ewan is a short story in the Good Thief's Guide series featuring master thief Charlie Howard. Read Kristin Centorcelli's review and learn how...
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September 25 2017

Review: Trace by Archer Mayor

Trace by Archer Mayor is the 28th book in the Joe Gunther series (available September 26, 2017). I confess that this is my first Joe Gunther novel, and the series is 28 books in, so there’s...
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September 20 2017

Review: The Cuban Affair by Nelson DeMille

The Cuban Affair by Nelson DeMille is a blistering new novel featuring an exciting new character—U.S. Army combat veteran Daniel “Mac” MacCormick, now a charter boat captain,...
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September 19 2017

Review: The Scarred Woman by Jussi Adler-Olsen

The Scarred Woman by Jussi Adler-Olsen is the seventh book in the Department Q series. Carl Mørck, the crotchety-but-very-skilled homicide detective whose Copenhagen-based Department...
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September 11 2017

Review: The Child Finder by Rene Denfeld

The Child Finder by Rene Denfeld is a haunting, richly atmospheric, and deeply suspenseful novel about an investigator who must use her unique insights to find a missing little girl. When I...
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September 5 2017

Review: House. Tree. Person. by Catriona McPherson

House. Tree. Person. by Catriona McPherson is an unnerving novel of domestic suspense (available September 8, 2017). Many have fudged a bit on their resume to get a good job, but Ali McGovern...
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August 22 2017

Review: The Room of White Fire by T. Jefferson Parker

The Room of White Fire by T. Jefferson Parker follows a P.I. who must hunt down a soldier who is damaged by war, dangerous, and on the run. Full disclosure: I’m a huge, huge fan of T....
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August 14 2017

Review: Without Fear or Favor by Robert K. Tanenbaum

Without Fear or Favor by Robert K. Tanenbaum is the 29th Butch Karp-Marlene Ciampi thriller, where Butch Karp and his wife Marlene Ciampi must stop a radical organization of armed militants...
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August 11 2017

Review: Bibliomysteries, Edited by Otto Penzler

Bibliomysteries, edited by Otto Penzler, is a specially commissioned anthology featuring original stories by the mystery genre’s most distinguished authors: John Connolly, Ken Bruen, Loren...
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August 10 2017

Review: Ordeal by Jorn Lier Horst

Tense and suspenseful, the only reason to stop racing through the pages of Jorn Lier Horst's Ordeal will be to pause for a quick glance over your shoulder. When Frank Mandt’s granddaughter,...
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August 5 2017

Review: Crime Scene by Jonathan and Jesse Kellerman

A former star athlete turned deputy coroner is drawn into a brutal, complicated murder in Crime Scene, a psychological thriller by father/son writing duo Jonathan and Jesse Kellerman. When...
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August 3 2017

Review: Safe by Ryan Gattis

Safe by Ryan Gattis is a gritty, fast-paced thriller that hurtles readers toward a shocking conclusion that asks the toughest question of all: How far would you go to protect the ones you love? Former...
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July 27 2017

Review: Every Day Above Ground by Glen Erik Hamilton

Every Day Above Ground by Glen Erik Hamilton is the third Van Shaw novel, where a favor for a dying ex-con turns into a violent battle against a mysterious enemy for Van Shaw. Former Army Ranger...
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July 25 2017

Review: Paradise Valley by C. J. Box

Paradise Valley by C. J. Box is the fourth and final book in the Highway Quartet (available July 25, 2017). Take a visual tour of Paradise Valley with GIFnotes! Cassie Dewell is the chief investigator...
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July 21 2017

Review: LoveMurder by Saul Black

LoveMurder by Saul Black is the second book in the Valerie Hart series, where the San Diego homicide detective must enlist the help of the very serial killer she helped put away (available July 25,...
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July 20 2017

Review: Incarnate by Josh Stolberg

In Incarnate by Josh Stolberg, an ambitious and sharp-witted clinical psychiatrist turns detective when one of her patients comes under investigation for a series of brutal murders—is she...
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July 11 2017

Review: Dark Saturday by Nicci French

Dark Saturday by Nicci French is the sixth Frieda Klein novel—an electrifying, sophisticated psychological thriller about past crimes and present dangers (available July 11, 2017). London-based...
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July 10 2017

Review: My Sister’s Bones by Nuala Ellwood

My Sisters Bones by Nuala Ellwood is a psychological thriller about a war reporter who returns to her childhood home after her mother's death but becomes convinced that all is not well in the house...
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July 6 2017

Review: Every Deadly Kiss by Steven James

Every Deadly Kiss by Steven James is the 10th book in the Bowers Files, where FBI special agent Patrick Bowers grapples with a baffling series of murders in Detroit—and discovers a terror plot...
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June 29 2017

Review: The Boy Who Saw by Simon Toyne

The Boy Who Saw by Simon Toyne follows Solomon Creed, the enigmatic hero introduced in The Searcher, who must stop a killer tied to a conspiracy stretching back over generations to the dying days...
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June 27 2017

Review: The Child by Fiona Barton

The Child by Fiona Barton is a brand new novel of twisting psychological suspense from the author of the New York Times bestseller The Widow. It’s always refreshing to see a woman in...