Jane Haseldine’s ‘Duplicity’ Explodes with Malice [REVIEW]

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A reporter will stop at nothing to get her story in Jane Haseldine’s Duplicity. (Photo by Emilie Barbier, Flickr)

What do you get when you cross The Good Wife, Criminal Minds and the 2009 film, State of Play? The answer may very well be Jane Haseldine’s Duplicity, an engaging new thriller that blends taut suspense, riveting characters, heinous crime, family drama and professional journalism into one compelling read.  Read more of this post

Allison Leotta’s ‘The Last Good Girl’ Should Be Your First Summer Read [REVIEW]

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Sometimes no one will listen… until it is too late. (Photo by martinak15, Flickr)

When a young woman cries rape during her first week of college, no one listens to her… until she disappears. Who took her? Is she still alive? And why do all clues lead back to her university’s most prestigious fraternity? Allison Leotta shows us where all the bones are buried in her latest legal thriller, The Last Good Girl. Read more of this post