‘The Wonder of Lost Causes’ is the Kind of Novel We Need Right Now [REVIEW]

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An old dog named Whistler adopts a young boy with with an incurable disease in Nick Trout’s The Wonder of Lost Causes. (Photo by Lali Masriera, Flickr)

A mother’s love knows no bounds and she’ll do anything for her ailing child. Well, almost anything. Discover the one straw that could break the camel’s back for even the best mom in Nick Trout’s heartfelt new novel, The Wonder of Lost Causes. Read more of this post

Danger Lurks Behind Every Corner in Robert Dugoni’s ‘The Eighth Sister’ [REVIEW]

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Can a former CIA operative catch the assassin known as the eighth sister? (Photo by Kostya Romantikov, Flickr)

Just when he thought he was out of the game, a former intelligence officer is pulled back in. This time, he’s tasked with finding a dangerous assassin, but he must head to the heart of Russia to do it. Will he make it out alive? Find out in Robert Dugoni’s The Eighth Sister.  Read more of this post

‘I’ll Be Watching You’ Reveals Every Parent’s Worst Nightmare [REVIEW]

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I’ll Be Watching You will make parents question their child’s security. (Photo by CyberHades, Flickr)

A tragic accident. A mother’s worst nightmare. A daughter’s secret life revealed. What will one woman do to avenge her child’s death? Find out in Courtney Evan Tate’s breathtaking new thriller, I’ll Be Watching You.  Read more of this post

Heather Gudenkauf’s ‘Before She Was Found’ Proves the Need to Pick Our Friends Wisely [REVIEW]

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A slumber party game has dangerous consequences in Heather Gudenkauf’s Before She Was Found. (Photo by Barta IV, Flickr)

Three young girlfriends. A sinister obsession. A chilling crime that rocks a quiet community to its core. In Heather Gudenkauf’s Before She Was Found, discover how some friendships prove treacherous.  Read more of this post

5 Questions with Two-Time Diamond Reviewed Author James Markert [INTERVIEW]

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Each week, countless books come across our desks. Over time, we’ve learned to be quite discerning about which titles we share with you, and which we would just as soon brush under the carpet and forget about altogether. It is one of the reasons we introduced our Diamond Reviewed titles in the first place, to make it easier for you to find compelling selections to add to your to-be-read pile. Last summer, we were thrilled to introduce you to author James Markert’s unforgettable fiction, first with What Blooms from Dust, and most recently with Midnight at the Tuscany Hotel. As our very first author to receive two of these distinguished reviews, we wanted to find out a bit more about Markert, his writing style, and his captivating new book. We hope you enjoy the following interview. —J&H Read more of this post