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Dying for the Past

Tuck’s second moves along briskly enough, but the plethora of suspects and motives may leave you scratching your head.

Hall of Small Mammals: Stories

A promising debut that studies hard-luck types from new and provocative perspectives.

Bred to Kill: A Thriller
Kirkus Reviews : Bred to Kill (January 08, 2015)

French author Thilliez's follow-up to his international hit Syndrome E is nearly as good, leaving us eager to have the rest of his efforts released in the U.S.

White Plague

Abel's/Reiss's debut/latest hit all the right notes for me in terms of action and suspense and I can't wait to see what Rush will be up against next.

Secret of a Thousand Beauties

An excellent book! Definitely one to add to your collection.

Wake Up Happy Every Day: A Novel

Certainly the novel has elements of freewheeling Hollywoodish fantasy, but its internal reality should still be governed by something stronger than a gloss of convenience.

Beautiful You: A Novel

Yes, the book’s wild, and great fun to read at times, but some readers might yearn for a little less cartoon and a lot more depth.

A Circle of Wives

Circle of Wives is a great puzzle of a read.

Descent: A Novel

To put it simply, Descent is a powerful novel. Mr. Johnston captures all of the turmoil and determination of a desperate family.

House Broken

Yoerg is one to watch for in the future….she has the potential to be a real powerhouse in women’s fiction.

Hall of Small Mammals: Stories

There isn't a weak story in Hall of Small Mammals, and Pierce is an endlessly incisive and engaging writer.

Sometimes the Wolf

In the book's thin spots, you can sense an author either straining against the confines of the commercial thriller format, or running up against the limits of his current literary ability.

Uncle Janice: A Novel

Uncle Janice is an entertaining read, and a deep, detailed plunge into the ugly, unglamorous world of undercover narcs.

The Galaxy Game

If you enjoy social science fiction that talks about large societal issues, complex characters, and gorgeously rendered cultures, The Galaxy Game is the book for you.


Ostland provides a chilling reminder of not only what occurred during the Nazi regime but also that guilt, in such instances, is never as black and white as one likes to think it will be.


“Outline” is a palate cleanser, an authoritative bit of clarifying acid, here when needed.

Descent: A Novel

You'll want to set this one down so you can take a breath, and pick it up and keep reading — all at the same time.

Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover

Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover was an impressive read from beginning to end.