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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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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Chad Zunker’s ‘An Unequal Defense’ Inspires and Entertains [REVIEW]

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When one of Austin’s homeless is accused of murder, young attorney David Adams comes to his rescue. (Photo by Dustin Ground, Flickr)

A man awakens disoriented and confused. He’s wearing clothes he doesn’t recognize. He’s holding a gun he’s never seen before. And in front of him is the body of a man he swears he didn’t kill. Will anyone believe him? Find out in Chad Zunker’s latest novel, An Unequal Defense. Read more of this post

John Grisham’s ‘The Guardians’ Reminds Us to Appreciate the Freedom We Sometimes Take For Granted [REVIEW]

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An innocent man is in prison in John Grisham’s latest, The Guardian. (Photo by Canva)

A lawyer who becomes a victim. A client who becomes a suspect. A plea for help that can either save an innocent man or raise the body count. Find out which way the tide will turn in John Grisham’s latest number-one bestseller, The Guardians. Read more of this post

Small Town Sheriff Buries the Hatchet in Jay Crownover’s ‘Justified’ [REVIEW]

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In Justified, Jay Crownover transports us to a small Texas town where danger threatens to erupt but the local sheriff is determined to succeed. (Photo courtesy Canva.)

A rugged sheriff. His sworn enemy. When explosive secrets from the past resurface, will he do his job regardless of the cost? Find out in Jay Crownover’s new romantic thriller, Justified. Read more of this post