Danger Lurks Deep in the Maine Woods in Paul Doiron’s ‘One Last Lie’ [REVIEW]

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When a dear friend vanishes in the Maine woods, Mike Bowditch will do whatever it takes to find him. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Maine Warden Investigator Mike Bowditch is having a bad week. First, one of his best friends vanishes into thin air. Then a cold case must be reopened, and he’s not certain who he can trust to help him solve it. And then there are the complications with his love life. Will Mike ever catch a break? Find out in Paul Doiron’s One Last Lie.

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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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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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Christie Craig’s ‘Don’t Look Back’ Leaves Us Breathless [REVIEW]

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They are desperate to catch a killer. But what are they willing to risk? (Photo courtesy Canva)

A killer is on the loose. She’s the undercover Fed working to catch a murderer. He’s the cop determined to get the job done. But is he ready to throw the rulebook out the window in order to keep her safe? Find out in Christie Craig’s third thrilling installment of her Texas Justice series, Don’t Look Back.

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THE CANTERBURY MURDERS: 7 Questions for E.M. Powell [INTERVIEW]

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Timeless Canterbury has seen everything… even murder. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Sherlock and Watson. Poirot and Hastings. Dean and Sam. The list goes on and on. When you stop to think about it, we love sleuthing duos! So when E.M. Powell’s medieval detectives, Stanton and Barling, appeared on the scene in 2018, it is no wonder they quickly became reader favorites. They are the epitome of an unlikely pairing, and yet they are absolutely perfect for one another. It’s the reason we get all excited every time we find out there’s a new book coming out in this beloved series. Now we’re thrilled to tell you the third book in their story, The Canterbury Murders, is now available. To tell us more about it, we invited E.M. Powell herself to come by and dish on their latest adventure. We hope you enjoy this exclusive interview! —J&H

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