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The Books of the Dead

Bernhard’s second series mystery (after Death in Paris) is another charming amateur investigator tale. For readers for Bernhard’s previous novel and fans of Mary Kay Andrews or Laura Childs.


Dark Nights 2: Resurrection

Fans of space operas or sf assessing technological benevolence with lots of detail and point-of-view characters will enjoy.

That Ain't Witchcraft

With delightful worldbuilding and enjoyable characters, this follow-up to Tricks for Free is another solid entry in a great urban fantasy series.

Death in Paris

Readers of Joanne Fluke or those who enjoy contemporary cozy mysteries with amateur sleuths will gobble up this first in a series with two Americans in Paris as if it's an actual treat in a Paris café.

The Completionist

Adcock (The Barter) creates a startling dystopian world in her leisurely paced second novel that is bound to attract readers of Sarah Hall's Daughters of the North and feminist sf mysteries.

The Book of M.

First-time novelist Shepherd has crafted an engaging and twisty tale about memory's impact on who or what we become. For aficionados of literary dystopian fiction such as Emily St. John Mandel's Station Eleven or those who enjoy stories of cross-country travel. [See Prepub Alert, 12/11/17.]

The City Where We Once Lived

Barnes's (Shimmer) violent, haunted, and creepy novel about failing societies will attract readers of dark, postapocalyptic fiction.

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