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June 6, 2012 Simon Toyne has written the first in his trilogy, "Sanctus." (Harper, 575 pages. more »»

Summer of '68

May 29, 2012 The year 1968 was one of America's most tumultuous — a year of political turbulence, civil unrest and violence. more »»

Titanic: The Tennis Story

May 5, 2012 As this past month of April has marked the one hundredth anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, there have been many books and articles relating to this tragedy. more »»

A Time for Patriots

May 5, 2012 By REGINA M. ANGELI Books Writer The military fiction reader has another exciting chapter from Dale Brown and his heroic retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Patrick McLanahan in "A Time for Patriot. more »»

The Inquisitor's Key

May 5, 2012 The team of Dr. William Bass and Jon Jefferson, writing as Jefferson Bass, have another clever chapter in their acclaimed Body Farm series, "The Inquisitor's Key. more »»

The Wurst is Yet to Come

May 5, 2012 The bed and breakfast mystery fans have another delicious serving of mischief and mystery from Mary Daheim and her latest book, "The Wurst is Yet to Come. more »»

Betrayal of Trust

May 5, 2012 "Betrayal of Trust" is the 20th book in author J. A. Jance's popular series centered on Seattle detective J. P. "Beau" Beaumont. more »»


April 10, 2012 By REGINA M. ANGELI Books Writer Science fiction fans will enjoy "Singularity," the third installment in Ian Douglas' Star Carrier adventur. more »»

"Capitol Murder"

April 8, 2012 The prolific writer, Phillip Margolin, who has 15 bestsellers to his credit, sets his sight on the perils of politics with his third political thriller in the nation's capitol, "Capitol Murder. more »»


March 28, 2012 Shelley Shepard Gray has written the first in her "Secrets of Crittenden County" series, "Missing. more »»

A Hard Death

March 28, 2012 The forensic crime novel reader may wish to take a look at medical examiner and writer Jonathan Hayes' second book, "A Hard Death. more »»


March 28, 2012 When the celebrated novelist James Patterson proclaims that "Ted Bell can really really write," the reader should know there is a something special awaiting hi. more »»

A Crown Imperiled

March 13, 2012 Fantasy fiction fans will be pleased to know that Raymond E. Feist's epic Riftwar struggle in Middlekemia continues in his "A Crown Imperiled: Book Two of the Chaoswar Saga. more »»

and she was

March 13, 2012 Alison Gaylin has presented an interesting spin on the character of a private investigator in her novel, "And She Was. more »»


March 13, 2012 Jo Nesbo has another great chapter in his Harry Hole series, "Nemesis. more »»

Portrait of a Spy

March 13, 2012 Daniel Silva has another riveting case featuring art restorer and "retired" intelligence officer, Gabriel Allon, "Portrait of a Spy." (Harper, 512 pages. more »»

Scorpion Betrayal

February 16, 2012 Spy novel fans have a wild ride ahead of them with Andrew Kaplan's thriller "Scorpion Betrayal." (Harper/450 pages, March 27) The action begins with a daring assassination. more »»

'What Happened to Hannah'

January 31, 2012 Domestic violence and the lifelong scars it leaves form the theme of the latest work of bestselling author Mary Kay McComas, "What Happened to Hannah. more »»

'Birkebeiner: A Story of Motherhood and War'

January 31, 2012 Norse legend speaks of two brave warriors who embarked on a treacherous journey, skiing from Lillehammer to Nidaros (Trondheim) while carrying the infant Hakon, son of King Hakon Sverresson. more »»

Between The Lies

January 31, 2012 Hall of Fame Coach and New York Times best-selling author Marv Levy takes us on a journey through the NFL like we’ve never seen before in his thrilling new work of fiction, “Between The Lies. more »»



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