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The Wager: A Tale of Shipwreck, Mutiny and Murder

An engaging read that’s filled with meticulous descriptions about how and why the wreck and mutiny unfolded. Readers who have a strong interest in high crimes on the sea and military history will want to dive in.

Crook Manifesto

This isn’t the rollicking caper its predecessor was, but it’s still a worthy addition to one of the most distinguished oeuvres in modern fiction.

The Devil’s Playground

A large cast of characters and extensive use of red herrings make this a complex and atmospheric novel, perfect for fans of Silvia Moreno-Garcia.

Your Driver Is Waiting

Although the plot deflates in the third act, Damani’s complex personality carries the story with gravitas and humor. Guns’s razor-sharp social commentary makes her novel a worthy selection.

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.

Welcome to the Circus of Baseball: A Story of the Perfect Summer at the Perfect Ballpark at the Perfect Time

Will likely appeal to and attract many sports fans and general readers. Highly recommended for public libraries and collections with a sports emphasis.

Not Alone

Ecologist Jackson makes her debut with this engrossing postapocalyptic cli-fi thriller that will have readers anxiously turning the pages and questioning their use of plastic.

American Mermaid

Langbein explores what it means to belong, how the shape of identity can morph and change, and just how hard it can be to hold onto the core of your being when everyone around you is pushing you to change.

Bad Cree

Despite some of the genuinely eerie imagery and horror elements, when the book ends, what readers will remember most are the moments these characters shared together, playing cards and talking late into the night.

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