Eve Dallas Celebrates Her 50th Full-Length Case in J.D. Robb’s ‘Golden in Death’ [REVIEW]

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When a deadly toxin is delivered to multiple New York City residents, it’s up to Eve Dallas to catch the sender in J.D. Robb’s Golden In Death. (Photo by Helena Lopes on Pexels.com)

An innocuous gift. A terrifying weapon. Now New York City’s Eve Dallas must discover the motive behind the attack. Will her latest case leave her baffled, or will she be able to stop the killer from striking again? Find out in J.D. Robb’s 50th bestseller, Golden In Death. Read more of this post

Lucy Foley’s ‘The Hunting Party’ Reminds Us Why We Fell in Love with the Mystery Genre To Begin With [REVIEW]

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It starts as a gathering of old friends. It ends with a deadly game. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Nine friends. An idyllic vacation. One vindictive killer. A friendly reunion becomes a holiday nightmare in Lucy Foley’s delicious new mystery, The Hunting Party. Read more of this post

Secrets Abound in Colleen Coble’s ‘One Little Lie’ [REVIEW]

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Welcome to Colleen Coble’s Pelican Harbor, a tranquil—and deadly—spot to call home. (Photo courtesy Canva).

Pelican Harbor is a picturesque little community. It doesn’t seem possible that anything bad could ever happen here. But vice happens where you least expect it. Yet murders are on the rise and the new sheriff in town must catch a killer to prove her mettle in One Little Lie, the debut novel in Colleen Coble’s latest series. 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

Secrets Abound in Jess Montgomery’s Second Novel, ‘The Hollows’ [REVIEW]

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An old woman meets her demise when she follows old tracks through the Appalachian hills. (Photo by Canva)

A new murder. An old asylum. And the women who will do their best to dig up the truth behind a frightening myth. Return to Kinship, Ohio in Jess Montgomery’s follow-up tale to her dazzling debut.
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