Politics, Secrets, and Family Drama Deliver a Fresh Take on the Legal Thriller in Don Hartshorn’s ‘The Guilty Die Twice’ [REVIEW]

They may be brothers, but in the courtroom, they’re at war. (Photo courtesy Canva)

They’re better off working alone. They have vastly differing views on the law. Sometimes, though, even rivals have to bury the hatchet. But can two brothers suppress their animosity long enough to exact justice? Find out in Don Hartshorn’s new legal thriller, The Guilty Die Twice.

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Laura Lippman’s ‘Hush Hush’ Fails to Entertain [REVIEW]

Looking outside, longingly

When a woman returns to face the teen daughters she left behind, a private investigator must figure out whether she is guilty or innocent. (Photo by Don Harder, Flickr)

Following the death of her baby, she disappeared from the public eye. Now she’s back once more, and someone isn’t happy about it. Will a private investigator be able to protect the mother, or will she be the one to need protecting? Find out in Laura Lippman’s Hush Hush.  Read more of this post