David Keymer

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Under Pressure

For lovers of puzzle-solving detective fiction in the style of Kathy Reichs.

Bound by War: How the United States and the Philippines Built America’s First Pacific Century

It’s difficult to imagine a better book about this often-overlooked, yet important relationship between two countries. Capozzola makes history accessible, and tells his story exceedingly well.
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The Shadows

The conclusion wraps it up too tidily, but overall, this is a successful, creepy thriller. If you like Stephen King, you’ll probably like North’s new thriller, too.
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The S.S. Officer’s Armchair: Uncovering the Hidden Life of a Nazi

Readers of World War II literature and the history of the Nazi regime should find this a fascinating read.

Blacktop Wasteland

Bug’s got a conscience not typical of the thriller genre, but other than that, this novel recalls almost perfectly the classic heist thriller in the vein of Richard Stark’s “Parker” books. It’ll go like hot cakes.

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The Price of Loyalty: Hubert Humphrey’s Vietnam Conflict

For scholars of both the period and the career of Humphrey.

Love in the Blitz: The Long-Lost Letters of a Brilliant Young Woman to Her Beloved on the Front

This treasure trove of love letters, cultural history, and memoir should make a wonderful addition to all World War II collections.
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Churchill’s Shadow Raiders: The Race to Develop Radar, World War II’s Invisible Secret Weapon

Lewis presents a richly detailed and nail-biting tale. For readers who enjoy well-told history and scholars of World War II.
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Columbus Noir

This attractive collection will appeal to lovers of crime noir and short crime fiction.

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