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Three Fires

This fast and compelling read is a good historical thriller for readers of history and fiction.

A Lovely Girl: The Tragedy of Olga Duncan and the Trial of One of California’s Most Notorious Killers

Readers will be drawn to Larkin’s first-person narrative of the events as well as her reconstruction of this tragic true-crime story.

Agatha Christie: An Elusive Woman

Worsley’s thoughtful and generous contribution to the Christie biographical canon will be welcomed and enjoyed by Agatha Christie fans.

A Fine Madness

Judd delivers a truly intriguing and well-researched premise in this historical mystery.

A Dark Room in Glitter Ball City: Murder, Secrets, and Scandal in Old Louisville

True crime fanatics will be drawn in by the rich history and setting and gripped by Dominé’s intriguing account of a scandalous murder in the heart of Louisville.

The Savage Kind

Copenhaver’s latest is jam-packed with noir themes and plot twists. Sure to please fans of queer fiction and twisty mysteries.

In the Crypt with a Candlestick

The unconventional mystery has no active murder investigation and a cast of unlikable, flawed characters. What is supposed to be a British farce falls flat.

Black Sun Rising

Carr’s second crime novel (following The Devils of Cardona) is perfect for readers who like 1930s-era movies featuring foreign locales, perverted villains, and intrepid detectives.

City of Margins

The author’s exquisitely drawn characters soon uncover secrets and make connections with each other that echo those of a Greek tragedy, with similar results. Boyle comfortably stands next to literary crime favorites like Don Winslow, Richard Price, and Lou Berney.

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