Andrew Hughes and His Fun Irish Novel “The Coroner’s Daughter”

The new novel by Irish author Andrew Hughes, “The Coroner’s Daughter“, is a fun read about a headstrong young woman who is inspired by the forensic work of her father, Dublin’s coroner. She finally succeeds to uncover the truth behind a series of murders in the early nineteenth century. In The Coroner’s Daughter, Hughes takes readers…

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Nancy Atherton Delights Cozy Readers with “Aunt Dimity and the Widow’s Curse”

In the 22nd installment of bestselling cozy mystery series by Nancy Atherton, Aunt Dimity and the Widow’s Curse, she presents the readers with a new tale which is both charming and makes the audience smile. Atherton’s first book in the series, Aunt Dimity’s Death, was voted “One of the Century’s 100 Favorite Mysteries” by the Independent…

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Top 6 Mystery and Thriller Audiobooks This Week

Among the top 6 mystery and thriller audiobooks this week, G-Man is a notable title worth listening to. Bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Hunter, brings to life the latest episode in the Bob Lee Swagger saga, which finds Bob uncovering his family’s secret tommy gun war with 1930s gangsters like John Dillinger and…

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“Enemy of The Good” By Matthew Palmer Is A Satisfying International Thriller

“The Enemy of The Good” by acclaimed novelist Matthew Palmer, is a novel based on experience: Both as a writer and a U.S. government professional at the center of country’s International relations. Palmer has tapped his quarter century-long career working for the U.S. Foreign Service for a series of diplomatic thrillers that have been singled…

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“Proving Ground” By Peter Blauner Is An Exciting Cinematic Thriller

Edgar Award-winner Peter Blauner has released a new thriller titled “Proving Ground“. It’s a mystery that becomes a revenge novel, about a son trying to do right in a situation related to his dead father. Nathaniel “Natty” Dresden never got along with his old man, a prominent civil rights lawyer. So Natty rebelled by joining…

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Top 7 Most Sought After Assassination Thrillers Now

Assassination thrillers are now a major plot category in various works of fiction. Whether you like the feeling of anxiety when you are turning the pages to see if the villain can pull of his / her carefully laid out plan, or like stories where the lead character is trying to prevent an assassination, the following…

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“A Twisted Vengeance” By Candace Robb Will Remind You of Shakespeare

A Twisted Vengeance is the latest novel of London Sunday Times bestselling author Candace Robb featuring indomitable Kate Clifford. This is a medieval mystery which will satisfy “lovers of Shakespeare’s Richard II” as one critic puts it. The book is the second in series with The Service of the Dead being the book that kicked the…

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A Solid Mystery With A Female Lead: Silent Rain By Karin Salvalaggio

In Silent Rain, the fourth installment of Macy Greeley series, Karin Salvalaggio brings back a character from her complex and multi-layered debut novel Bone Dust White. Grace Adams comes into picture when Montana state detective Macy Greeley goes to a small college town to investigate a high profile fire turned murder. What’s the link to Grace? She…

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Stockholm Delete By Jens Lapidus: A Thrilling Page-Turner

Stockholm Delete by Jens Lapidus is a different kind of Scandinavian crime fiction. Unlike many Scandinavian authors who excel at creating deeply layered characters, anti-heroes, and slow-burning plots, Lapidus mostly writes fast-paced and action-centered stories which are designed to entertain. His work is high quality however: His novels have received tremendous praise from various international media…

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Susan C. Shea And Her Charming Tale of Love & Death In Burgundy

Love & Death In Burgundy, the new cozy mystery by Susan C. Shea, is to some extent the product of author’s personal experience. Susan spent more two decades as a non-profit executive before becoming an author. With ample time in her hands to visit places she wants to write  about, she now travels to France as…

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New Ann Cleeves: “Cold Earth” Is A Smart Mystery

Only few months after the release of her US debut novel in Vera Stanhope series “The Crow Trap”, Ann Cleeves is back with the seventh book in her highly successful Shetland series titled Cold Earth. Shetland novels are also now a major success for BBC and has begun to be featured in American markets through…

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