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The Wilderness of Ruin

March 26, 2015 By REGINA M. ANGELI Books Writer Jack the Ripper may be the most infamous serial killer in history, but he was not the first serial predator. more »»

 
 
 
Night night, sleep tight

March 26, 2015 The 1958 murder of gangster Johnny Stompanato, the boyfriend of legendary actress Lana Turner, serves as inspiration for Hallie Ephron's latest novel, "Night Night, Sleep Tight. more »»

The Pocket Wife

March 26, 2015 Upon reading Susan Crawford's "The Pocket Wife," (William Morrow, 303 pages) one cannot help but recall Joseph Heller's line to the effect that "just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they aren't... more »»

The Long and Faraway Gone

March 12, 2015 Lou Berney, a finalist for the prestigious Edgar Award, has released in paperback his novel, "The Long and Faraway Gone." (WIlliam Morrow, 456 pages) The work centers on three storie. more »»

Astoria

March 12, 2015 When a book comes recommended by Nathaniel Philbrick ("Mayflower: A Story of Courage, Community, and War" and "The Last Stand: Custer, Sitting Bull, and the Battle of the Little Bighorn"), one shoul... more »»

A Killing At The Creek

March 12, 2015 Nancy Allen, who served as Assistant Attorney General and assistant prosecutor in her home state of Missouri, writes a second Ozarks mystery, "A Killing at the Creek. more »»

A Ghostly Undertaking

March 12, 2015 Tonya Kappes has penned what is dubbed a "ghostly southern mystery," in her whimsical novel, "A Ghostly Undertaking. more »»

Fiercombe Manor

March 12, 2015 Kate Riordan's "Fiercombe Manor" has been compared to Daphne du Maurier's "Rebecca" with a dash of Charlotte Bronte's classic, "Jane Eyre. more »»

The Daughter

March 12, 2015 By REGINA M. ANGELI Books Writer Jane Shemilt, a physician and writer, has written a novel which explores the difficulties of being a wife/mother and professional woman in a most dramatic fashion. more »»

The Bookseller

March 12, 2015 Cynthia Swanson's debut novel, "The Bookseller," at first glance, seems to be a take on the old plot of how a single choice can alter a person's life. (Harper, 336 pages) The story is set in Denver. more »»

Past Crimes

March 12, 2015 Glen Erik Hamilton introduces his ex-thief turned soldier, Van Shaw, in his his work, "Past Crimes. more »»

The Unraveling of Mercy Louis

March 12, 2015 Keija Parssinen's work, "The Unraveling of Mercy Louis," reads a bit like an updated version of Nathaniel Hawthorne's classic "The Scarlet Letter" with a heavy bit of Arthur Miller's play, "The... more »»

Night is the Hunter

February 16, 2015 Writer Steven Gore, with a background as private investigator, has a keen insight into the American criminal justice system. more »»

The Cat, the Devil, the Last Escape

February 16, 2015 Shirley Rousseau and Pat J.J. Murphy have released the sequel to "The Cat, the Devil, and Lee Fontana," in their latest story of the ghost cat, Misto, "The Cat, the Devil, and the Last Escape. more »»

Blood Infernal

February 16, 2015 The battle between the forces of good and evil continue in the latest chapter of the "Order of the Sanguines Series" of James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell. more »»

The Swimmer

February 16, 2015 The Cold War era inspired great stories and the war on terror has done the same. more »»

Girl Runner

February 3, 2015 Carrie Snyder latest work deals with the early days of women's athletics, "Girl Runner." (Harper, 269 pages) "Girl Runner" tells the story of Aganetha Smart, the 1928 Olympic gold medalist in trac. more »»

The Forgetting Place

February 3, 2015 Novelist John Burley has written a disturbing thriller set in a psychiatric facility, "The Forgetting Place. more »»

Whipping Boy

February 3, 2015 Anyone who has suffered the insults of a school bully is tempted to ponder the fate of his tormentor. more »»

A Fine Summer's Day

January 7, 2015 Charles Todd's popular series featuring Great War veteran and Scotland Yard detective Ian Rutledge travels back to the beginning, to the fateful summer of 1914, to a Europe on the brink of the First... more »»

The Empty Throne

January 7, 2015 Bernard Cornwell continues his story of the noble pagan warrior Uhtred in "The Empty Throne." (HarperCollins, 320 pages) King Alfred's dream of a unified "Englaland" or England is threatened. more »»

 
 
 

 

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