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Ash Dark as Night

Hardboiled, gritty, and fresh, Phillips’s latest is for fans of action/detective stories.

Union Station

This twisty le Carré–like spy novel will please fans of the genre.

The Murder of Mr. Ma

Fans of the Sherlock Holmes canon will appreciate this fast-paced, exciting novel.

Deus X

There’s a face-off between organized religion and friendship in Jones’s well-written, compelling sequel to Dead of Winter. It’s a gritty crime novel for fans of Joe Ide’s “IQ” series or David Heska Wanbli Weiden’s Winter Counts.

The Secret Hours

This novel, filled with acid wit, political pokes, and a veritable basketful of “Slough House” Easter eggs, will thrill longtime Herron fans and delight newcomers and aficionados of cracking-good spy fiction.

My Favorite Scar

This literary thriller with The Last of Us dynamics will please readers who like thrills with substance.

Eventide, Water City

Recommended for those who love sci-fi thrillers and near-future postapocalyptic wild rides.


Once again, Hirahara illuminates the experiences of Japanese Americans during World War II by embodying them in the lives of the Ito family. The author weaves a compelling tale, which is all the more poignant as it reminds readers of the shameful treatment of Japanese Americans, along with the racial prejudice still at work. A must-read.

A Disappearance in Fiji

The Punjabi Sikh Akal Singh and the mystery of colonial Fiji will appeal to fans of Abir Mukherjee’s mysteries set in India.

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