Iris Johansen and Roy Johansen’s Latest Crime Occurs in the ‘Blink of an Eye’ [REVIEW]

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How can a pop star vanish right in the middle of a concert? (Photo courtesy Canva)

One of the most famous venues in the world. A major concert event. The showstopping moment that shocks the globe. When a young pop star vanishes during a performance, Dr. Kendra Michaels is called on to take the case. But are her keen powers of observation strong enough to solve an unimaginable crime and save the beloved musician? Find out in Iris and Roy Johansen’s latest thriller, Blink of an Eye.

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Intrigue, Suspense, and History Abound in Preston and Child’s ‘The Scorpion’s Tail’ [REVIEW]

Archaeologist Nora Kelly helps the FBI with a mysterious case in Preston & Childs The Scorpion’s Tail. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A creepy ghost town. A mysterious mummy. A case that is much more than it seems. When a junior FBI agent and an archaeologist join forces to crack a case in the Land of Enchantment, New Mexico, they come face to face with history, obsession, and death in Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child’s second Nora Kelly thriller, The Scorpion’s Tail.

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Chad Zunker’s ‘Runaway Justice’ is a Legal Thriller with Heart [REVIEW]

Can an attorney keep his young client safe from a hit man? (Photo courtesy Canva)

A frightened adolescent. A determined killer. The Feds determined to make someone pay. When an altruistic attorney intervenes, will he be able to save the day once more? Find out in Chad Zunker’s riveting third David Adams thriller, Runaway Justice.

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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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David Baldacci’s ‘Daylight’ Pits Atlee Pine and John Puller Against the Same Creepy Villain [REVIEW]

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Atlee Pine returns in Daylight. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Some agents get more vested in their cases than others. For FBI agent Atlee Pine, this is as personal as it gets. But when she crosses paths with an investigator from another agency, will he attempt to stop her in her tracks or help her catch her man? Find out in David Baldacci’s relentless new thriller, Daylight.

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