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After a life-threatening encounter with a maniac driver, she slowly regains her memory of the incident and sets about tracking down the assailant. Kate Atkinson, Transcription Little Brown I sped through this droll new espionage novel, chock-full of 5th columnists, surveillance, and strong cups of tea.
His latest novel is also a deeply felt portrait of the prison library system and the power of reading. Any Pelecanos novel is not to be missed, but this one feels like it carries special weight for the author.
Sarah Pinborough, Cross Her Heart William Morrow and Co There are those who believe in the fair play mystery, and feel strongly that a reader should be given all the same clues as the detective and be able to guess the solution to the mystery.
Then, there are those who like Sarah Pinborough. Mosley, an icon of crime fiction, is wrestling with lofty ideas here. You can read an excerpt here. Twenty-year-old Jessie Sloane is left alone and bereft after her mother dies.
Thayer, a pseudonym for a prize-winning writer, creates memorable characters faced with an impossible dilemma. Reed Farrel Coleman, Robert B. Alcoholism and the rise of racist forces in unexpected pockets of the country take center stage, a worthy addition to a series created by an author who always went for the human mysteries over the formulaic ones.
This one is probably best begun on a weekend afternoon, in case you feel the temptation to stay up late to find out what happens.
When an actress is nearly killed by a spotlight, Rath immediately suspects attempted murder, and must go his own way to find the truth. In the new novel, IQ is carrying the torch for a young painter named Grace who convinces him to go on a search for her mother, a mixed-up quest that puts IQ on the wrong side of a paramilitary force of Iraqi veterans.
Ide is one of the brightest lights of the mystery world, and Wrecked more than proves that the IQ books are poised to become a long-running and much adored series. His new psychological thriller, The Three Beths, promises to be just as entertaining and emotionally astute. This one needs no introduction.
Connelly has her teaming up with old Harry Bosch, his longtime hero, now working cold cases for the department, as well as sorting out demons.
The young and old detectives team up on an old case, the unsolved murder of a fifteen year old girl, and go after a local kingpin in the process. The Reckoning is at once an epic story and a claustrophobic one. And with good reason, too.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Anna Waterhouse, Mycroft and Sherlock Titan Books Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has oft-credited his athletic prowess to his Sherlockian inspirations, and made waves with his mystery debut a few years ago in which he reimagined Mycroft Holmes as a swashbuckling figure ready to fight for justice and solve mysteries the world over.
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The Witch Elm is vintage French, with her signature touch of unreliable narration, where the truth is masked in a cloud of confusion and the reader must decipher the interior chaos of the narrator as well as the larger murder plot in order to find the answers.
Harvey conjures up the grit of s Boston perfectly, but without succumbing to any false nostalgia. Pulse is a truly weird novel—full of spiritual yearning, half-seen conspiracies, and unexplained bonds.
Felix Francis, Crisis G. Kate Kessler, Dead Ringer Redhook The aptly-titled Dead Ringer takes us on a journey with FBI agent Rachel Ward as she investigates the Gemini Killer, a sadistic serial killer whose trademark signature is to send pictures of his victims to their twins.
Butterfield, a Pulitzer Prize-winner and a New York Times stalwart, dives into this insight with a close study of one Oregon family that has sent generations of its members to prison.
In his latest, The Fox, a year-old tech-savvy genius becomes the greatest danger the world has faced, combining teenage sociopathy with a deadly knowledge of weapons systems. John Sandford, Holy Ghost G. In his latest Virgil Flowers mystery, Flowers is off to Pinion, Minnesota, a nowhere town out on the frozen prairie, where a small-town mayor and businessman has turned to a religious hustle, aiming to transform their town into the site of a holy miracle.
Flowers, naturally, has to sort through the chaos when a dead body is discovered. As always, Stone has plenty of opportunities to don her many disguises and infiltrate intriguing communities—here, she takes on the insular Manhattan art world and the high-pressure world of deep-sea diving, where jellyfish are just some of the cold-blooded killers she encounters.Writing Quotations From Famous Authors A collection of quotations from writers for writers of all genres Aug 31, advice to writers, being a writer, Margaret Atwood.
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