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Top Ten Writers of Psychological Suspense

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Fractured Families: A Lottie Albright Mystery

Featuring a crime spree and a murderer, both as cold as the Midwestern winter setting, this whodunit will burn like frostbite.
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The Devil's Country

Despite a somewhat predictable setup, Hunsicker's latest (The Grid) introduces a sympathetic hero who struggles with his own demons as much as he strives to solve the crime at hand.
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The No. 2 Feline Detective Agency: A Hettie Bagshot Mystery

For fans of the British cozy, this series launch could be a welcome detour, as long as one suspends disbelief long enough to allow for feline crime solvers and the like.
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Baby, Take a Bow

North Carolina PI David Randall and his psychic sidekick Camden contend with a missing baby and surly ghosts in Tesh's fifth book in the series (after Just You Wait)...
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A Death in the Dales: A Kate Shackleton Mystery

The mysteries themselves may not be complex, but given the fascinating cast of supporting characters, a pleasant Yorkshire setting, and an endearing heroine, this is a solid British traditional mystery that should please series regulars and newcomers alike.
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One by One: A Danny Ryan Thriller

Solidly plotted with satisfying twists and turns, this is an enjoyable continuation of a promising series.
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A Death by Any Other Name

On the eve of World War I in England, roses are the name of the game, rather than the rising tension in Prussia, in Arlen's third Lady Montfort outing (after Death Sits Down to Dinner)...
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Among the Ruins

Deeply political without becoming pedantic, Khan's crime novel offers a fictionalized yet very real look at a region that is steeped in both beauty and misery. [See Prepub Alert, 8/15/16.]

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