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Sherlock Holmes and the Telegram from Hell

Meyer is an author, screenwriter, director, and life-long Holmes fan. In addition to editorial notes and photos of many characters, he also weaves real people into this fabulous tale, including Alice Roosevelt Longworth and a very young J. Edgar Hoover, all while keeping the game very much afoot. Baker Street Irregulars everywhere will enjoy this.

Second Term

Journalist and correspondent Adams knows the inner workings of DC and vividly portrays the Capitol’s underside. He writes Cora as a dystopic, flawed hero who is larger than life in this near-future narrative that’s frighteningly like the present.

Rogue Justice: A Thriller

Abrams’s experience as a Georgia legislator and big-time lawyer support insights into bureaucracy and security. The nonstop action and suspense mostly manage to overwhelm the reader’s sense of disbelief in a thriller that seems to burst out of today’s news.

The Dead Won’t Tell

Waters’s first novel is an engrossing mix of small-town lack of privacy, quirky friendships, feisty women, and several plot twists that truly do surprise Abbie as well as the reader.

Mastermind: A Theo Cray and Jessica Blackwood Thriller

This high-energy tale reads like Wonder Woman and Dr. Who came together to battle the Joker in an over-the-top thriller that still entices readers to keep feverishly turning pages. Blackwood, Cray, and the Warlock are likely to appear again in future confrontations between good and evil.

The House of Ashes

A considerable departure from the author’s well-known police series, this psychological thriller is not for the fainthearted.

Arctic Storm Rising

Filled with detailed descriptions of weapons and aircraft, as well as Brown’s trademark action and suspense, this series starter should take off like its numerous predecessors.

The Lakehouse

Clifford’s (“Jay Porter” series) sixth stand-alone (after Occam’s Razor) captivates with pell-mell action, striking characters, and a tantalizingly complex plot, yet at times is also melodramatic with shifting perspectives, cliff-hanging chapter endings, and ultimately an enigmatic finish.

Galway Girl

For fans of the series and its protagonist, and readers who admire Jack’s devious ways of making things right.

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