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dvaleris
August 22 2017

Review: Orphan Agent Prima Pawn by Elizabeth Kiem

Orphan Agent Prima Pawn by Elizabeth Kiem is the third and final book in The Bolshoi Saga. I’m not sure which obsession was greater with me when I was in my early teens: to be a...
MyBookishWays
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....
Debbie.Meldrum
August 22 2017

Review: Shattered by Allison Brennan

Allison Brennan's two series collide in Shattered, a powerful, enthralling read about the craving for revenge and the desire for justice (available August 22, 2017). Read an excerpt from Shattered! Maxine...
Terrie
August 21 2017

Review: Telling Tales by Ann Cleeves

Telling Tales by Ann Cleeves is the second book in the Vera Stanhope series, where a ten-year-old murder case is reopened, leading to an investigation into a small town full of big secrets (available...
Debbie.Meldrum
August 21 2017

Review: Two to Die For by Allison Brennan

Two to Die For by Allison Brennan is a double novella with thrilling stories in both the Lucy Kincaid series and the Max Revere series.  The “two” in the title refers to the two...
Leslie Gilbert Elman
August 21 2017

Endeavour 4.01: “Game” Episode Review

A swimming pool, Joan Thursday leaving home, a welder in a pumping station, Holy Communion, a mainframe computer, a concert, preparations for a chess match, a crime writer reading his latest novel...
JanetWebb
August 20 2017

Review: Make Them Pay by Allison Brennan

Make Them Pay by Allison Brennan is the 12th book in the Lucy Kincaid series, where Lucy and Sean Rogan are finally tying the knot, but the Rogan family has other plans. Make Them Pay is the...
Kattomic
August 19 2017

Review: The Lost Girls by Allison Brennan

The Lost Girls by Allison Brennan is the 11th book in the Lucy Kincaid series, where two missing girls and an abandoned baby lead to a seedy underworld of human trafficking.  In a small...
GabinoIglesias
August 18 2017

Review: Darkansas by Jarret Middleton

Darkansas by Jarret Middleton is a dark, compelling novel of country noir about a family with a secret past and a curse several generations old. Rural or country noir can be one of the most...
MeghanHarker
August 18 2017

Review: No Good Deed by Allison Brennan

No Good Deed by Allison Brennan is the tenth Lucy Kincaid novel, where the FBI agent must stop a corrupt former DEA agent who is out for revenge. Allison Brennan’s tenth Lucy Kincaid...
ArdiAlspach
August 17 2017

Review: Best Intentions by Erika Raskin

Best Intentions by Erika Raskin is a captivating domestic suspense novel that weaves together high-stakes hospital politics, the pressures of family life, and the consequences of trying...
DanielleAntosz
August 17 2017

Review: Best Laid Plans by Allison Brennan

Best Laid Plans by Allison Brennan is the ninth book in the Lucy Kincaid series, where the newly minted FBI agent must help uncover a far-reaching conspiracy run by a ruthless killer who will do anything...
DirkRobertson
August 16 2017

Review: Dead Heat by Allison Brennan

Dead Heat by Allison Brennan is the eighth Lucy Kincaid novel, where Agent Kincaid must risk her life and her career to try and bring down a crime lord's empire. It’s San Antonio,...
Kattomic
August 16 2017

Review: Dog Dish of Doom by E. J. Copperman

Dog Dish of Doom by E. J. Copperman is the first book in the new Agent to the Paws series. Take a visual tour of Dog Dish of Doom with GIFnotes! Show business is in Kay Powell’s blood....
BrianGreene
August 15 2017

Page to Screen: Hopscotch

I’m not sure if Criterion Collection is releasing a new edition of the 1980 movie Hopscotch because of the timeliness of the plot, but timely it is. A retired CIA agent who threatens to publish...
Kattomic
August 15 2017

Review: Poisonous by Allison Brennan

Poisonous by Allison Brennan is the third book in the Max Revere series, where Max answers the plea of a heartbroken and developmentally disabled stepbrother of a recently deceased girl, investigating...
dvaleris
August 15 2017

Review: Cat Shining Bright by Shirley Rousseau Murphy

Cat Shining Bright by Shirley Rousseau Murphy is the 20th book in the Joe Grey mystery series, where the stakes are higher and more personal than ever for feline investigator Joe Grey, as...
BrianGreene
August 14 2017

Review: Low Heights by Pascal Garnier

Low Heights by Pascal Garnier, translated by Melanie Florence, is the latest Garnier novel to be translated into English and made available by Gallic Books (available August 15, 2017). As I’ve...
JBValeri
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...
MyBookishWays
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...
GabinoIglesias
August 13 2017

Review: Cold Snap by Allison Brennan

Cold Snap by Allison Brennan is the seventh Lucy Kincaid novel, where the Kincaid Family Christmas Reunion is threatened by murder. I’m usually wary of novels that kick things off with...
JanetWebb
August 12 2017

Review: Seeing Red by Sandra Brown

Seeing Red by Sandra Brown is a thriller with supercharged sexual tension about tainted heroism and vengeance without mercy (available August 15, 2017). What do you think of when you think...
jenny_maloney
August 12 2017

Review: Stolen by Allison Brennan

Stolen by Allison Brennan is the sixth Lucy Kincaid novel, told from the point of view of her boyfriend, Sean Rogan, as he attempts to help the FBI, clear his own name, and keep it all from Lucy. Lucy...
MyBookishWays
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...
AngieBarry
August 11 2017

Review: The Amber Shadows by Lucy Ribchester

The Amber Shadows by Lucy Ribchester is set during the dangerous days of World War II, where Honey Deschamps—who spends her days transcribing decrypted messages at Bletchley Park—starts...
JBValeri
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...
DirkRobertson
August 10 2017

Review: Devil’s Call by J. Danielle Dorn

Devil’s Call by J. Danielle Dorn is a Western horror novel that James Demonaco (screenwriter and director of The Purge series) calls “The Revenant with witches.” Nebraska, 1859....
LeighNeely
August 10 2017

Review: Stalked by Allison Brennan

Stalked by Allison Brennan is the fifth book in the Lucy Kincaid series, where the FBI agent-in-training must find a patient killer—one that's watching her every move. This book continues...
MyBookishWays
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,...
JanetWebb
August 9 2017

Review: On Her Majesty’s Frightfully Secret Service by Rhys Bowen

On Her Majesty's Frightfully Secret Service by Rhy Bowen is the 11th Royal Spyness novel, where Lady Georgiana Rannoch must juggle secret missions from the Queen, Darcy, and her mother—but...