Terry Ann Lawler

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River Bodies

A solid first in a series. Recommended to fans of CJ Tudor's The Chalk Man. ["An engaging, solid mystery that will captivate lovers of the genre, especially those drawn to regional settings": LJ 11/1/18 review of the Thomas & Mercer hc.]
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The Piranhas

May be of interest to fans of Mario Puzo's The Godfather. ["Those who enjoy Mediterranean or Neapolitan noir (Sandrone Dazieri, Massimo Carlotto, Giancarlo de Cataldo) will feel right at home in a world where chaos and vulgarity reign": LJ 8/18 review of the Farrar hc.]
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The Female Persuasion

Wolitzer's gift for characterization alone does not save the novel. ["Sure to be in demand: an essential purchase": LJ 3/1/18 starred review of the Riverhead hc.]
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Daphne

An optional purchase for libraries where the print book circulates well. ["This compelling novel portrays the life of someone whose body betrays her at every step": LJ 1/18 review of the Liveright: Norton hc.]
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Sometimes I Lie

A fun thriller with a terrifically twisted ending that fans of Gone Girl and Girl on a Train will love.
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My Absolute Darling

A shocking, brutal, and completely unforgettable read, not for the squeamish.
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The Butcher's Hook

Ellis excels at atmosphere, eloquently capturing Georgian London. The characters are so filled with depravity that the tale is hard to put down. ["Evoking pity, abhorrence, admiration, and disgust, this title is strongly recommended for readers with a love of Georgian literature and Georgian London and those intrigued by the complexity of the human psyche": LJ 11/1/16 review of the Pegasus hc.]
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The Color of Justice

Recommended to fans of Michael Connelly's The Lincoln Lawyer. ["A fast-paced, plot-driven tale of suspense… The graphic details of life in the deep South during the civil rights movement and today's civil unrest will resonate with readers": LJ 11/15/14 review of the Abingdon hc.]
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The Whole Town's Talking

A cheerful and uplifting, character-oriented tale with a pleasing ending. Recommended to fans of Alice Sebold's The Lovely Bones. ["Die-hard Flagg admirers will enjoy this title, but new readers should start with another Flagg book or pick up Americana favorites by Billie Letts or Ann B. Ross": Xpress Reviews 11/18/16 review of the Random hc.]

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