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Looking Glass Sound

In this Rubik’s Cube of a novel, unreliable narrators compel readers to determine what is fact, what is fiction, and who wrote the book that rules their lives.

Speak of the Devil

This captivating debut literary thriller entwines the searing stories of several women who suffered at the hands of the same man. This cautionary tale satisfies in its culmination of long-overdue justice for spurned women.

Beware the Woman

In this Rosemary’s Baby–esque tale, Abbott (The Turnout) creates a summer psychological thriller that tempts the onset of goosebumps, with the devil hiding behind a handsome face or two.

City of Dreams

Winslow’s realistic mobster noir plunges readers into Danny’s vulnerable struggle to escape the criminal life he never wanted. An enticing, viscerally piercing version of the classic clash between sin and morality, compassion and brutality, and how love and family can either grace a life or jeopardize it.

Where Are the Children Now?

This tantalizing follow-up to Clark’s 1975 winner seamlessly continues with her style and voice, including Easter eggs from the original. Burke captivates readers with compelling twists and multiple bombshells in a reverent bow to the Queen of Suspense.

Just the Nicest Couple

In Kubica’s (Local Woman Missing) twisted tale of deception and falsehoods, readers will relish the shock factor in an ending they didn’t see coming.

The Last Kingdom

Berry is like a fine-tuned machine, melding historical fact and authentic locales within a complex fictional storyline. History enthusiasts will relish the intricate research behind the spy-versus-spy thriller, which challenges readers to consider historical what-ifs.

Collateral Damage

Jance’s 17th Ali Reynolds title (following Unfinished Business) is a fast-paced thriller. It combines a police procedural with robotic research in a tale of vigilante vengeance on overdrive.

The Cabinet of Dr. Leng

This dual timeline tale will appeal to fans of police procedurals, historicals, and magical realism, and those intrigued by quantum mechanics. But beware the dreaded words “to be continued”

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