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Animal

August 8, 2013 A stand-out character in an entertainment industry where persona is everything, George “The Animal” Steele shares how he balanced his real life as Jim Myers, a highly respected high school teacher... more »»

The Last Romantic War

August 8, 2013 There are few voices alive today that can tell their story of World War II. Iron Mountain native Anthony Gianunzio is one of them. more »»

Visitation Street

July 22, 2013 The second title in a line of books bearing the imprint of Dennis Lehane and published by HarperCollins, "Visitation Street," is a gritty urban drama written by Ivy Pochoda. more »»

Gone With The Win

July 22, 2013 Mary Daheim's bed-and-breakfast series featuring the crime solving cousins, Judith McMonigle Flynn and Serena "Renie" Jones, crack a cold-case murder mystery in their latest adventure, "Gone With th... more »»

Vatican scandals

July 1, 2013 The scandals surrounding the Vatican Bank and the allegations that it has laundered money for the Mafia provide the inspiration for two novels. more »»

The Kennedy Half-Dollar

June 24, 2013 FOLSOM, Calif. — In her new novel, “The Kennedy Half-Dollar” (iUniverse), Iron River native Mahree Moyle presents the story of a young woman growing up and growing wis. more »»

If You Were Here

June 6, 2013 “If You Were Here” (Harper) keeps the reader guessing with numerous twists. Thumbs up to author Alafair Burke on this worthwhile suspense novel. — Burt Angeli, The Daily News of Iron Mountain, Mi. more »»

Cold Killing

June 6, 2013 Luke Delaney, a former member of the Metropolitan Police-Criminal Investigations Department, has written his first novel featuring Detective Inspector Sean Corrigan as he tracks down the most cunnin... more »»

The Geneva Option

June 6, 2013 Former U.S. ambassador John Bolton was so disillusioned by the UN that he is said to have dismissed the organization in saying that, "there is no such thing as the United Nations. more »»

The Barbed Crown

May 9, 2013 William Dietrich's sharpshooting adventurer, Ethan Gage, finds himself embroiled in the political struggle between England and France in the days of Napoleon in his latest daring feat, "The Barbed... more »»

Reconstructing Amelia

April 24, 2013 Kimberly McCreight has written a poignant story centering on the worst fear of every parent of an adolescent — teenage suicide. more »»

The Money Kill

April 24, 2013 Katia Lief's latest novel features husband and wife private investigators Mac MacLeary and Karin Schaeffer. more »»

Dangerous refuge

April 11, 2013 Elizabeth Lowell, whose previous works include the very clever "Blue Smoke and Murder" which uncovered the shenanigans in the world of fine art, has taken on the equally mischievous domain of land... more »»

Fear in the Sunlight

April 11, 2013 Harper's Bourbon Street books division has published the fourth of Nicola Upson's celebrated Josephine Tey's mysteries, "Fear in the Sunlight. more »»

There Was An Old Woman

April 11, 2013 Hallie Ephron has written her third novel of suspense, "There Was an Old Woman. more »»

Six Years

March 20, 2013 In “Six Years” (Dutton Adult), a masterpiece of modern suspense, Harlan Coben explores the depth and passion of lost love … and the secrets and lies at its heart. more »»

The Missing File

March 18, 2013 D. A. more »»

The Baltimore Plot

March 18, 2013 On February 11, 1861, Abraham Lincoln’s private train began its journey from Springfield, Illinois, to the City of Washington, carrying the president elect to his first inauguratio. more »»

Dark Tide

March 13, 2013 Elizabeth Haynes, who wrote the bestseller "Into the Darkest Corner," has penned another piece of crime fiction, "Dark Tide. more »»

The Shadow Wars

March 11, 2013 Rod Rees has released the second book in his "Demi-Monde" series, "The Shadow Wars. more »»

 
 

 

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