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The Toy Taker

September 14, 2015 Because of the abuse he suffered as a child from his alcoholic father, Detective Inspector Sean Corrigan has a keen insight into the mind of a sociopath. more »»

Dance of the Bones

September 14, 2015 J. P. Beaumont and Brandon Walker, two of New York Times bestselling author J. . more »»

A Pattern of Lies

September 14, 2015 The writing team working as Charles Todd have finished their seventh installment in the popular series featuring World War I nurse/sleuth Bess Crawford, "A Pattern of Lies. more »»

Iron Wolf

September 14, 2015 Retired Air Force captain and writer Dale Brown has released his latest military novel, "Iron Wolf. more »»

Desert God

September 14, 2015 Wilbur Smith's "Desert God" is an exciting tale which has been called "Game of Thrones" set in ancient Egypt. more »»

Woman with a Secret

September 14, 2015 Sophie Hannah, whose previous work, "The Monogram Murders" was a critically acclaimed new mystery featuring Agatha Christie's great Belgian sleuth, Hercule Poirot, now shows a definite flair worthy... more »»

In The Dark Places

September 14, 2015 Peter Robinson has written the 22nd installment of his Detective Chief Inspector Alan Banks series, "In the Dark Places. more »»

Sisters in Law

September 14, 2015 Linda Hirshman, a lawyer and writer, has written a biography of the two most important women in the legal profession, "Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the... more »»

The Tempest

August 11, 2015 In 1990, sometime after midnight following St. more »»

The 3rd Woman

August 11, 2015 Jonathan Freedland, executive editor of the "Guardian" opinion section, has written a story which blends a murder mystery within the context of a geopolitical thriller. more »»

The Student And His Professor

August 10, 2015 "The Student and His Professor: John Hannah, Ralph Aigler and the Origin of the Michigan State-Michigan Rivalry" explores the long-standing, adversarial relationship between Michigan State President... more »»

The Swede

July 28, 2015 The fight against terrorism and the moral issues which arise in the conflict form the theme of Robert Karjel's provocative novel, "The Swede. more »»

Black Valley

July 28, 2015 Charlotte Williams has written what one assumes is her second, and final, novel featuring her gullible British psychoanalyst Jessica Mayhew, "Black Valle. more »»

The Ultimatum

July 28, 2015 Dick Wolf doesn’t rip his stories from the headlines, he predicts them before they even happen! In his most recent book in the bestselling Jeremy Fisk series, The Ultimatum (William Morrow), New... more »»

The Devil's Bag Man

July 28, 2015 Adam Mansbach has released his sequel to the story of Jess Galvan who made a pact with El Cucuy, an ancient Aztec high priest, in the first installment, "The Dead Run. more »»

The Breaking Point

July 28, 2015 "The Breaking Point" is the most poignant work of the Jefferson Bass writing team's acclaimed "Body Farm" series. more »»

A Necessary End

July 28, 2015 Family therapist turned writer Holly Brown has written a terrifying story of private adoption in her spellbinding novel, "A Necessary End. more »»

The Tide Watchers

July 28, 2015 Lisa Chaplin's "The Tide Watchers" (William Morrow, 454 pages) is a good blend of the historical fiction and romance genres. more »»

Flesh and Blood

July 28, 2015 For medical examiner Kay Scarpetta, she tries to maintain an impersonal and objective view of her cases that she investigates. more »»

The World's Largest Man

June 17, 2015 Harrison Scott Key has written a memoir of what he calls his "Father Quest." Key writes an often hilarious collection of stories of his life with a father he refers to as "The World's Largest Ma. more »»



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