Maggie O’Dell and Ryder Creed Face Off with Evil in Alex Kava’s ‘Fallen Creed’ [REVIEW]

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In the seventh installment of the addictive Ryder Creed K-9 mystery series (after Hidden Creed), Alex Kava delivers a mesmerizing, dark tale of mayhem that spans the state of Nebraska.

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Mary Burton’s ‘Near You’ is a Perplexing Mind Game That Keeps Us Guessing [REVIEW]

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His penchant for arson nearly cost her life. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Two women are murdered by fire. Now a doctor has been asked to solve the crime. But a man from her past has other plans for her. Can she catch a killer before she gets caught in his tanged web of obsession? Find out in Mary Burton’s breathlessly paced new novel, Near You.

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Danger Permeates Leslie A. Kelly’s ‘Nowhere to Hide’ [REVIEW]

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Evie Fleming doesn’t back down from a story. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A determined crime writer. A jaded police detective. When their paths collide on the darkened streets of the City of Angels, there is instant chemistry between them. But will it be enough to get them through one of the toughest cases of their careers? Find out in Lelie A. Kelly’s Nowhere to Hide.

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Malice Runs Rampant in Heather Graham’s ‘Seeing Darkness’ [REVIEW]

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A raven named Poe looks over the Krewe in Heather Graham’s Seeing Darkness. (Photo courtesy Canva)

It starts as a girls’ weekend. Then the unthinkable happens. Suddenly fun and games end and terror begins. What extreme measures will one woman take to stop a killer? And will anyone believe her when the villain she identifies is beloved by many? Find out in Heather Graham’s tautly plotted new novel, Seeing Darkness.  Read more of this post

Closure Isn’t So Easy to Come By in David Baldacci’s ‘A Minute To Midnight’ [REVIEW]

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To keep her job, a woman must return to her hometown and face the night her life changed forever. (Photo by Canva)

We all have that one pivotal moment in our lives where we realize nothing will ever be the same again. For one FBI agent, it was the night her sister was abducted and she was nearly killed herself. Now she must return to the scene of the crime and face the demons of her past if she is ever going to have a future. But what happens when she encounters an evil more dangerous than she ever dreamed? Find out in David Baldacci’s second Atlee Pine thriller, A Minute to Midnight.
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