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Wolf Point

An intriguing sequel, though it could do without some of the details of Chicago and golf; fans of Stephen Mack Jones’s “August Snow” mysteries will enjoy.

Betrayal on the Bowery

An action-packed historical mystery with a strong female protagonist and hints of future romance.

Mango, Mambo, and Murder

The character-driven debut introduces a fresh protagonist, a Cuban American woman trying to maintain her culinary heritage and Spanish language while attempting to find friends and a killer.
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A Line To Kill

Horowitz’s latest reveals vulnerability in the condescending Daniel. Fans of the series or and Agatha Christie will relish character-driven mystery set on an isolated island.

Under Color of Law

Clark’s ripped-from-the-headlines police procedural should make readers uncomfortable. It’s a frightening, tragic tale.
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Arya Winters and the Tiramisu of Death

In this mystery best compared to The Addams Family, anxious Arya is an intriguing narrator who admits to her faults. With all its sex, discussion of sex, and naked bodies, this is not a cozy mystery, despite the blurbs.

The Dark Remains

An essential purchase to complete crime fiction collections or where international police novels are popular.

Striking Range

Mizushima’s follow-up to Hanging Falls still leaves questions about Mattie’s past. The tension and drama of this series installment will satisfy fans of K-9 partners and solid police procedurals.
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All These Ashes

Fans of Brad Parks’s “Carter Ross” crime series, also set in Newark, will appreciate Queally’s latest story featuring reporter-turned-investigator Avery.
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