Jude Deveraux Delivers Another Atmospheric Whodunnit with ‘A Forgotten Murder’ [REVIEW]

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An English estate holds many secrets in Jude Deveraux’s A Forgotten Murder. (Photo by Boys in Bristol Photography on Pexels.com)

A crime-solving trio ventures across the pond to visit a friend in her restored English manor home. But there is more afoot here than a much-needed vacation. Like it or not, there’s a mystery to solve… if the past doesn’t get the best of them first. Downton Abbey meets Murder, She Wrote in Jude Deveraux’s third Medlar mystery, A Forgotten Murder.

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Steve Berry’s ‘The Omega Factor’ Introduces Readers to a New Leading Man [REVIEW]

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An UNESCO investigator stumbles upon a bitter conflict in Belgium in Steve Berry’s The Omega Factor. (Photo by Magda Ehlers on Pexels.com)

If you visit the Saint Bavo Cathedral in Ghent, Belgium, you’ll find artist Jan van Eyck’s The Ghent Altarpiece. Completed in 1432, it is a massive piece of art that measures 11 feet 5 inches by 15 feet 1 inch. Over the centuries, this masterpiece has been embroiled in controversy, vandalized, dismantled, and stolen. Now it is the centerpiece of Steve Berry’s latest fast-paced history-steeped thriller, The Omega Factor.

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Secrets and Lies Abound in Briana Cole’s New Thriller, ‘Behind Her Lives’ [EXCERPT]

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A woman must find her sister in Briana Cole’s Behind Her Lives. (Photo courtesy Canva)

We love a good thriller, especially when it is packed with psychological suspense, instances of mistaken identity, and an unidentified corpse that has folks scratching their heads. In Briana Cole’s Behind Her Lives, the author of Wanted, The Appraisal, and The Marriage Pass returns with her most baffling, multicultural novel yet. We know you will devour this twisty tale chock full of secrets and lies. Read the following excerpt from the first chapter to get started. Enjoy! —J&H

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40 Years Later, Mary Higgins Clark’s ‘A Cry in the Night’ Is Still Creepy as Ever [REVIEW]

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Isolated and alone, will anyone hear her scream? (Photo courtesy Canva)

She’s a single mom struggling to make it in the big city. He’s a renowned artist from a remote farm in middle America. When they meet, it seems like kismet. Will their fairy tale romance last or will it become the stuff nightmares are made of? Find out in Mary Higgins Clark’s suspense classic, A Cry in the Night.

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John Grisham’s ‘The Racketeer’ Is Fun, Fast, and Reminiscent of His Classic Bestsellers [REVIEW]

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The Caribbean is a good place to hide. (Photo courtesy Canva)

He was a small-time lawyer learning to spread his wings. Then he got involved with the wrong client and was wrongly thrown in prison. But he has a plan, and if it works, he’ll get away scot free. Will the Feds buy what he’s selling? Find out in John Grisham’s The Racketeer.

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