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Conclave: A novel

It is the best Robert Harris novel to date.

Conclave: A novel
Kirkus Reviews : Conclave (November 22, 2016)

An illuminating read for anyone interested in the inner workings of the Catholic Church; for prelate-fiction superfans, it is pure temptation.


Readers new to Cornwell will find themselves involved from the very first page, as will the veterans. CHAOS is one book you should not miss.

Kirkus Reviews : Chaos (November 15, 2016)

Fans, aware that this particular fatality is incidental to the larger saga of the heroine’s epic struggle with the forces of evil, will forgive the absence of a coherent mystery or characters worth caring about. The closest analogue to Cornwell’s wildly successful series, in fact, may be a superhero franchise.

The Chemist

At least it beats Bella mooning over Edward.

Kirkus Reviews : Fidelity (October 11, 2016)

An absorbing read that feels unfinished; and since the FBI’s motto is Fidelity, Bravery, and Integrity, it’s a sure bet there’s a reason.

The Kept Woman

Trust me, if you're ok with dark, this is one that will keep you reading into the wee hours and/or dropping all your commitments to get to the end!

The Woman in Cabin 10

The Woman in Cabin 10 is a fun thriller and one that's put Ware's In A Dark, Dark Wood on my immediate to read list now too.

Disappearance at Devil's Rock

Even more head-spinning than its predecessor — the kind of book that takes the simple premise of a lost child and twists it into a dizzying emotional vortex.

Nitro Mountain: A novel

Nitro Mountain feels like sixty polished pages stapled to another hundred of unedited notes.

Wilde Lake

“Wilde Lake” is a real success.

Wilde Lake

With Wilde Lake, Lippman hasn't deviated in the enjoyment department one bit. But this is the first time I felt like I was unsure how the two parts were going to wrap up in the end.

Sweet Lamb of Heaven: A Novel

It is Anna’s voice — cool, intelligent, passionate, contradictory — that makes this novel so affecting. I resisted it initially because I was overwhelmed by my sense of dislocation, my uncertainty about where we were headed. But how I missed it when it was gone, how I yearned for it to speak to me again.

Fool Me Once

I dare you not to get totally engrossed in this one. In fact, I dare you to try and abandon it after reading the first chapter. I'm willing to bet you won't be able!

Kill and Be Killed: A Novel

In “Kill and Be Killed,” Jack is writing a book that sounds very much like this book’s predecessor.

Noble Chase: A Novel

A dandy debut novel featuring lawyers with both integrity and nautical skills.

The North Water

It is a mark of McGuire’s subtlety as a novelist, however, that he leaves this in the shadows while placing at the forefront enough felt life and closely imagined detail to resist any simple categories.

The North Water

A great white shark of a book — swift, terrifying, relentless and unstoppable.

Twisted River: A Novel

Our perception as readers begins in one inevitable place and changes almost with each new chapter, making Twisted River a truly twisted and surprising read. And I loved every minute of it!