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The Death of Bees

January 8, 2013 By REGINA M. ANGELI Books Writer When it comes to prologues, Lisa O'Donnell's bestselling novel, "The Death of Bees," grabs your attention like being stung by a killer bee. more »»

The Black List

December 27, 2012 Robin Burcell's FBI Special Agent Sydney FItzpatrick is back in action, trying to prevent a "dirty" bomb attack on Washington, D.C., in her latest case, "The Black List. more »»

Inspector Jack Oxby novels

December 27, 2012 William Morrow is reprinting a trio of Thomas Swan's Inspector Jack Oxby novels. more »»

The Intercept

December 27, 2012 A terrorist plot aims for an unlikely target in Dick Wolf’s “The Intercept” (William Morrow). NYPD detective Jeremy Fisk seems to have a handle on the case when different scenarios emerge. more »»

The Divinity of Dogs

December 4, 2012 Jennifer Skiff's bestselling tribute to the noble canine, "The Divinity of Dogs: True Stories of Miracles Inspired by Man's Best Friend" (Atria Books/Simon & Schuster, 327 pages) is one of the most... more »»

The Grand Tour

December 4, 2012 In this, the 120th anniversary of the great Agatha Christie's birth, HarperCollins has published a coffee table book collection of letters and photographs concerning the mystery queen's year-long... more »»

The Stockholm Octavo

December 4, 2012 Karen Engelmann has an imaginative tale of intrigue and seduction set in late eighteenth century Sweden, "The Stockholm Octav. more »»

Cat Bearing Gifts and Cat Telling Tales

December 4, 2012 Cats are said to have nine lives, but Shirley Rousseau Murphy's Joe Grey has had twice that number of delightful tales. more »»

"When Saturday Mattered Most"

November 7, 2012 “When Saturday Mattered Most: The Last Golden Season of Army Football” (Thomas Dunne Books/St. more »»

The Dark Hour

October 31, 2012 Robin Burcell has an interesting character in Sydney Fitzpatrick, FBI agent and forensic artist. more »»

Blood Line

October 31, 2012 HarperCollins has launched its Bourbon Street Books and released the seventh of Linda La Plante's Detective Chief Inspector Anna Travis novels, "Blood Line. more »»

Lord Peter Wimsey Mystery Series

October 31, 2012 HarperCollins Publishers has launched its Bourbon Street paperbacks in high fashion by reprinting selections of one of the great ladies of the golden age of the mystery story, Dorothy L. more »»

The Walnut Tree

October 31, 2012 The mother and son duo writing as Charles Todd have taken a break from their Inspector Ian Rutledge mysteries and penned a romance during the First World War, "The Walnut Tre. more »»

Judgment and Wrath

October 15, 2012 Matt Hilton's ex-soldier turned private detective and personal security guard, Joe Hunter, squares off against his most dangerous paid assassin — a psychotic killer who has taken the name of the... more »»

Falling Together

October 15, 2012 Marisa de los Santos explores the theme of friendship in her third novel, "Falling Together." (William Morrow Publisher, 358 pages) In college, Pen, Cat and Will were an inseparable trio. more »»

The Mirrored World

October 15, 2012 Debra Dean has written a fictional account of the little saint of the homeless, Xenia of St. Petersburg, in her latest work, "The Mirrored World. more »»

Fifteen Feet for Free

October 11, 2012 SYRACUSE, NY – The word “free” means a lot to Jim Lee. When it comes to basketball, the author of “Fifteen Feet for Free” says if something is free, you have to take advantage of it. more »»

“Arrogance and Scheming in the Big Ten”

October 6, 2012 “Arrogance and Scheming in the Big Ten,” exposes a fascinating, yet convoluted, chapter in the history of the Western Conference. more »»

"A Dead Man's Odyssey"

October 5, 2012 “A Dead Man's Odyssey” is about a man who had finally reached the end of his rope with the Christian assault on his soul. more »»

Promises to Keep

September 27, 2012 The autobiography “Promises to Keep: My Inspired Run from Syracuse to Denver to the Hall” (Triumph) traces the life of Floyd Little who was raised in poverty in New Haven, Connecticut, was bowlegged... more »»



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