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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Iris Johansen’s ‘Chaos’ Introduces Readers to CIA Agent Alisa Flynn [REVIEW]

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It may take a horse with the heart of a warrior to help pull off a high stakes rescue. (Photo courtesy Canva)

She’s tough. He’s loaded. When the lives of innocent children are in peril, will she be able to smooth talk him into helping her rescue them or will she be left to face this challenge alone? Find out in Iris Johansen’s absorbing new thriller, Chaos.

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Glen Erik Hamilton’s ‘A Dangerous Breed’ Gives Van Shaw a Shocking Ultimatum [REVIEW]

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Is Van Shaw ready to face off with his most dangerous opponent yet? (Photo courtesy Canva)

Startling secrets. A dangerous blackmailer. When Van Shaw gets trapped in a potentially deadly situation, will his past finally catch up to his present? And where can he turn for help before a terrifying plot explodes in his face? Find out in Glen Erik Hamilton’s fifth Van Shaw novel, A Dangerous Breed.

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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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