Cotton Malone Takes His 16th International Adventure in Steve Berry’s ‘The Kaiser’s Web’ [REVIEW]

Brandenburg Gate in Germany
A new day is dawning in Germany, but who will have the upper hand? (Photo courtesy Canva)

A secret dossier from a World War-II era Soviet spy. New information that could rewrite history. Will Cotton Malone be able to get to the truth before and save Europe from complete chaos? Find out in Steve Berry’s latest thriller, The Kaiser’s Web.

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Jeffery Deaver’s ‘The Midnight Lock’ May Turn You into an Insomniac [REVIEW]

New York City
With “the Locksmith” on the loose, no one in New York is safe. (Photo courtesy Canva)

When New Yorkers lock their doors and go to bed, they never know what they will awaken to find in Jeffery Deaver’s latest Lincon Rhyme thriller, The Midnight Lock. This time around, Deaver has created a criminal mastermind so clever, no one is safe.

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David Baldacci’s ‘Mercy’ Delivers the Answers We’ve Been Waiting For [REVIEW]

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Atlee Pine will do whatever it takes to find her sister. (Photo courtesy Canva)

When twin sisters are ripped apart as young girls, a damaged family is left in the wake. Now after searching for her abducted sibling for most of her life, Atlee Pine gets some unexpected answers. But will they be reunited? Find out in David Baldacci’s newest thriller, Mercy.

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Ace Atkins Borrows from Yesterday’s Headlines to Make His Case in ‘Robert B. Parker’s Someone to Watch Over Me’ [REVIEW]

Spenser’s new office sees plenty of action in Robert B. Parker’s Someone to Watch Over Me. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Robert B. Parker may have died more than a decade ago, but his famed private investigator Spenser is still going strong. In Someone to Watch Over Me, the 48th book in the long-running series, Ace Atkins takes us back to Boston, where our favorite P.I. hunts down a sleazy billionaire who is managing much more than other people’s money.

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Danger Returns to Longview Ridge Ranch in Delores Fossen’s ‘Settling An Old Score’ [REVIEW]

Violence split them apart. Will it also bring them back together? (Photo courtesy Harlequin Intrigue)

She doesn’t trust him. He can’t forget her. Two years after they were violently torn apart, danger threatens them both once more. Will they be able to reconcile their differences in time to save both their lives? Find out in Delores Fossen’s third installment in her suspenseful Longview Ridge Ranch series, Settling an Old Score.

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