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The Waters Rising

August 25, 2011 Science fiction and fantasy novels often have profound philosophical and theological messages, and Sheri S. Tepper's "The Waters Rising" stays true to form in this manne. more »»

Trail of Blood

August 8, 2011 In the mid-1930's, the Cleveland area was terrorized by a serial killer dubbed the “Torso Killer” for his practice of dismembering and decapitating his victims. more »»

Moonlight Mile

August 8, 2011 Dennis Lehane's popular husband and wife team of private investigators, Patrick Kenzie and Angie Gennaro, return in his latest novel, "Moonlight Mil. more »»

Girl, Wanted

August 8, 2011 Steve Miller has written an account of the case of convicted murderess Sarah Pender who escaped from prison and spent 136 days on the run, "Girl, Wanted: The Chase for Sarah Pender. more »»

Spycatcher

August 3, 2011 The days of thrilling espionage fiction did not end with Ian Fleming and his iconic agent .007. more »»

All The Pretty Hearses

August 3, 2011 Mary Daheim has served up another Bed and Breakfast mystery featuring her lovable team of Judith McMonigle Flynn and her cousin Renie, "All the Pretty Hearse. more »»

Book marks

July 26, 2011 From the bookcase ... With the beloved Robert B. Parker no longer with us, John Sandford moves to No. 1 on my reading list. more »»

The Woodcutter

July 20, 2011 Reginald Hill has returned to his Cumbrian roots in his latest work, "The Woodcutter. more »»

In Search of the Rose Notes

July 20, 2011 "In Search of the Rose Notes" is the latest thriller by Emily Arsenault. (William Morrow, 369 pages, July 26) Ms. more »»

Love Lies Bleeding

July 12, 2011 By REGINA M. ANGELI Books Writer Jess McConkey has written a tale for the vacationer to pack along with the rest of the gear en route to the summer cottage, "Love Lies Bleeding. more »»

Betrayal of Trust

July 6, 2011 Seattle investigator J. . more »»

Blood of the Reich

July 6, 2011 This is a great summer for exciting historical fictio. more »»

The Wimbledon Final That Never Was

June 27, 2011 Sidney Wood held the distinction of being the youngest winner of the men's tournament at Wimbledon until this record was eventually broken by Boris Becker. more »»

High Strung

June 23, 2011 "High Strung: Bjorn Borg, John McEnroe, and the Untold Story of Tennis's Fiercest Rivalry" (Harper), by Stephen Tignor: Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe couldn't have been more different. more »»

The Summer Garden

June 23, 2011 Paullina Simons has completed her romantic trilogy of Tatiana and Alexander Barrington with "The Summer Garden: A Love Story. more »»

The Devil Colony

June 23, 2011 When it comes to writing scientific thrillers with an intriguing mix of history, novelist James Rollins delivers great stories. more »»

Things We Didn't Say

June 23, 2011 Kristina Riggle, from downstate Grand Rapids, has written a novel that dwells on the difficulties of becoming a stepmom with her latest book, "Things We Didn't Say. more »»

KILLER MOVE

June 23, 2011 In an era where many people’s deepest interactions occur in cyberspace, personal privacy isn’t difficult to penetrat. more »»

Trader of Secrets

June 8, 2011 Despite this cool spring, the promise of some great summer reading unfolds in the latest Steve Martini novel, "Trader of Secret. more »»

Blindsighted

June 8, 2011 Crime fiction has another medical examiner/sleuth with author Karin Slaughter's Dr. Sara Linton and her debut novel, "Blindsighted." (Harper, 452 pages) Dr. more »»

 
 

 

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