Rhys Bowen Takes Readers on a Journey to the Past in ‘The Tuscan Child’ [REVIEW]

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A woman travels to Italy to discover the truth about her father’s past in Rhys Bowen’s The Tuscan Child. (Photo by Roberto Trombetta, Flickr)

A father’s secrets. A daughter’s search for answers. The place that heals them both. In Rhys Bowen’s The Tuscan Child, thirty years separates two people bound by blood and trauma. But within the breathtaking Italian countryside, they’ll find a way forward.

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THE SECRET EYE: An Interview with Brad Hanson

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We are always excited to encounter a new author, particularly one that is getting as many rave reviews as today’s guest. His debut novel, The Secret Eye, has been called a “fast-paced, action filled story,” which is just the kind of book we know you love reading. We hope you enjoy this exclusive interview with the author. —J&H

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Kurt Austin Must Save the Planet from a Chilling End in Clive Cussler and Graham Brown’s ‘Fast Ice’ [REVIEW]

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Kurt Austin heads to Antarctica in Fast Ice. (Photo courtesy Canva)

When a colleague vanishes in Antarctica, Kurt Austin and Joe Zavala set out on a rescue mission to the South Pole. Along the way, however, they encounter more than just icebergs and frosty temperatures. Now they also have to stop a madman from ending the world as we know it. Will they be able to save both their friend and the planet? Find out in Clive Cussler and Graham Brown’s Fast Ice.

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

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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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Pam Lecky Will Win Your Heart with ‘Her Secret War’ [DIAMOND REVIEW]

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Does a young woman have what it takes to become a spy? (Photo courtesy Canva)
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She thought they were safe. But that was before she heard the drone of planes overhead. The following day’s events changes her life forever. Does she have what it takes to rise from the ashes and forge a new path as a spy? Find out in Pam Lecky’s Her Secret War.

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