In Jeffrey Archer’s ‘Over My Dead Body,’ William Warwick Vows to Catch His Prey [REVIEW]

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Detective Chief Inspector William Warwick is always on the job. (Photo courtesy Canva)

When fabulous art is whisked away to international destinations under the watchful gaze of a very cautious attorney, it raises more than one red flag among the dedicated men and women at the Metropolitan Police. But will they be able to catch the criminal behind it all? A fiendish mastermind, a determined detective, and an undercover operative face off in Jeffrey Archer’s latest William Warwick thriller, Over My Dead Body.

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Jeffery Deaver’s ‘The Midnight Lock’ May Turn You into an Insomniac [REVIEW]

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With “the Locksmith” on the loose, no one in New York is safe. (Photo courtesy Canva)

When New Yorkers lock their doors and go to bed, they never know what they will awaken to find in Jeffery Deaver’s latest Lincon Rhyme thriller, The Midnight Lock. This time around, Deaver has created a criminal mastermind so clever, no one is safe.

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David Baldacci’s ‘Daylight’ Pits Atlee Pine and John Puller Against the Same Creepy Villain [REVIEW]

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Atlee Pine returns in Daylight. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Some agents get more vested in their cases than others. For FBI agent Atlee Pine, this is as personal as it gets. But when she crosses paths with an investigator from another agency, will he attempt to stop her in her tracks or help her catch her man? Find out in David Baldacci’s relentless new thriller, Daylight.

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Technology and Fear Meet in Reece Hirsch’s ‘Black Nowhere’ [REVIEW]

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Criminal minds may hide deep in the dark web, but one woman is determined to find them. (Photo courtesy Canva)

She’s smart. She’s devious. And she’s the best at what she does. When someone creates a vast online network of crime and vice, she will do everything she can to hunt down the Internet’s latest criminal mastermind, even if it means searching the deepest recesses of the dark web. Enter Reece Hirsch’s mind bending thriller, Black Nowhere.  Read more of this post

♦ Lou Berney’s ‘November Road’ Never Fails to Entertain [REVIEW]

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Two people on the run discover unexpected possibilities in Lou Berney’s November Road. (Photo by Thomas Hawk, Flickr)

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He wants sanctuary. She wants freedom. When a gangster meets a housewife in Lou Berney’s new novel, November Road, two disparate people are thrown together in a cross-country road trip in the pursuit of something more.
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