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  • Notable Debut: The Far Empty By J. Todd Scott

    J. Todd Scott has been a federal agent with the DEA for more than twenty years, working cases investigating international maritime smuggling, domestic meth labs, and Mexican cartels. He has a law degree from George Mason University and is a father of...

  • Recommended Thriller: Tom Clancy Duty and Honor

    Tom Clancy might not be among us anymore but in his absence, Grant Blackwood has done a fantastic job with the latest Tom Clancy novel Duty and Honor . If you are into fast-paced intriguing plots this is a great read! A Brief Summary: Even though he...

  • Notable Police Procedural: Lost and Gone Forever By Alex Grecian

    Alex Grecian is the national bestselling author of the ‘Scotland Yard Murder Squad’ novels, including The Yard , The Devil’s Workshop  and The Harvest Man . He also co-created the long-running and critically acclaimed graphic novel series Proof , which...

  • New In Suspense: The Darkest Corners By Kara Thomas

    Kara Thomas has written for everything from her high school newspaper to Warner Brothers Television. She is a true crime addict who lives on Long Island and her new debut The Darkest Corners , will delight those mystery writers who love plots such as...

  • An amazing thriller: Extreme Prey By John Sanford

    John Sandford is the pseudonym for the Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist John Camp. He is the author of twenty-six Prey novels and his latest work Extreme Prey  is a great read. If you like an exciting witty title, check out this new installment in Lucas...

  • Good Cozy Mystery Reads: Our 7 Picks

    According to to Wikipedia, “Cozy mysteries, also referred to simply as “cozies”, are a subgenre of crime fiction in which sex and violence are downplayed or treated humorously, and the crime and detection take place in a small, socially intimate community...

  • Our Thriller Pick: Every Fifteen Minutes By Lisa Scottoline

    Lisa Scottoline is one of the most experienced voices in the thriller and mystery space today. She previously served as president of the Mystery Writers of America and has won various awards including the prestigious Edgar Award. Every Fifteen Minutes...

  • A notable historical military thriller: The Passenger By F. R. Tallis

    World War II, SS, Submarines and a suspenseful plot: This is what you get by reading The Passenger , the new novel by F. R. Tallis which was recently published by Pegasus Crime. A Brief Summary: 1941. A German submarine, U-471, patrols the stormy inhospitable...

  • Q&A with Allan Topol, the Author of The Italian Divide

    The Italian Divide , the new novel by Allan Topol just got out: This is an exciting thriller with a plot which uncovers a global conspiracy after the mysterious death of an Italian banker. We did a short Q&A with the author to find out more about...

  • 5 New Great Historical Mysteries For This Month

    In this month’s edition of our historical mystery picks, we are featuring a diverse set of titles which range in terms of writing style and plot type. For example, we really loved reading xx malta, which is a suspense and spy thriller from 15th Century...

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