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The Searcher

French’s second stand-alone novel (after The Witch Elm) is a slow-burn stunner that will keep readers turning the pages late into the night. Recommend to the author’s legions of fans, as well as those who enjoy crime fiction set in small towns like Julia Keller’s or Jane Harper’s novels.

The Witch Elm

French's slow-burning, character-driven examination of male privilege is timely, sharp, and meticulously crafted. Recommended for her legions of fans, as well as any readers of literary crime fiction.

The Trespasser

Expect high demand driven by fans of the author and readers who crave tightly plotted, character-driven crime fiction. [See Prepub Alert, 4/25/16; academic & library marketing.]

The Secret Place

True to form, French succeeds yet again in both wholly satisfying and deeply unsettling the reader. Not to be missed. [Previewed in Kristi Chadwick's mystery spotlight feature "Pushing Boundaries," LJ 4/15/14; a September LibraryReads Pick.]

Broken Harbor

French's deft psychological thriller, focusing on parallel stories of mentally ill mothers and the tragedy of depression, offers a nuanced take on family relationships that will satisfy her fans and readers of psychological thrillers and police procedurals. [See Prepub Alert, 1/8/12.]

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