Stone Barrington Follows a Crook to the Ends of the Earth in Stuart Woods’ ‘Criminal Mischief’ [REVIEW]

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Stone Barrington flies to the Middle East in Criminal Mischief. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Stone Barrington doesn’t like to see crooks get off scott-free, especially when his friends are fleeced for all their money. In Criminal Mischief, Stone joins forces with the Feds in a worldwide manhunt to chase down a swindler on the run. But what will it cost him to bring the perpetrator home to pay for his crimes? Find out in the 60th volume of this long-running series.

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Small Town Life Proves Fatal in Kay Hooper’s ‘Hold Back the Dark’ [REVIEW]

Can the SCU save a small town from danger? (Photo courtesy Canva)

A small town trapped in a nightmare. The police don’t know how to stop it. Will the FBI’s Special Crimes Unit be able to halt the vicious attacks that are wreaking havoc on the community and threatening its citizens? Find out in Kay Hooper’s Hold Back the Dark.

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History and Psychology Merge in Preston and Child’s ‘Bloodless’ [REVIEW]

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Does a 50-year-old hijacking case hold the answers to Agent Pendergast’s latest head scratcher? (Photo courtesy Canva)

In the deep South, an inexplicable phenomenon is happening that is anything but genteel. Dead bodies are being discovered in Savannah, Georgia. While the rising body count is indeed unsettling, it’s the fact that each body has been completely drained of blood that’s the most unnerving part. Is there some truth to local lore? Or is there a flesh-and-blood killer on the loose? Preston and Child’s beloved FBI Special Agent A. X. L. Pendergast returns to investigate a most macabre mystery in Bloodless.

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David Baldacci’s ‘Mercy’ Delivers the Answers We’ve Been Waiting For [REVIEW]

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Atlee Pine will do whatever it takes to find her sister. (Photo courtesy Canva)

When twin sisters are ripped apart as young girls, a damaged family is left in the wake. Now after searching for her abducted sibling for most of her life, Atlee Pine gets some unexpected answers. But will they be reunited? Find out in David Baldacci’s newest thriller, Mercy.

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Heather Graham’s ‘Danger in Numbers’ is a Dark and Twisty Nail Biter [REVIEW]

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Death waits beneath a canopy of old Florida trees and Spanish moss in Heather Graham’s Danger in Numbers. (Photo courtesy Canva)

When a ritual murder is discovered in Florida swamp country, it doesn’t take long for law enforcement to make their way to the scene. But when both local authorities and the feds show up to work the case, whose jurisdiction does it fall under? Will egos get in the way or will both sides be able to set aside their differences and work together to find a killer before more blood is shed? Find out in Heather Graham’s riveting new thriller, Danger in Numbers.

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