The Wrong Side of Goodbye (A Harry Bosch Novel) by Michael Connelly
"If any novelist is worthy to walk once more through the front door of Raymond Chandler's iconic Sternwood mansion, it's Michael Connelly. For over two decades, Connelly has been brilliantly updating and enlarging the possibilities of the classic L.A. hard-boiled novel, first bestowed upon the world in 1939 with Chandler's debut, The Big Sleep. This latest Bosch outing is its own accomplishment: brooding and intricate, suspenseful and sad. In short, it's another terrific Michael Connelly mystery....a master of the genre."
Thrice the Brinded Cat Hath Mew'd: A Flavia de Luce Novel by Alan Bradley
“Bradley’s preteen heroine comes through in the end with a series of deductions so clever she wants to hug herself. So will you.”
Sting by Sandra Brown
"Brown is an excellent and almost effortless writer...The chemistry is undeniable."
Sweet Tomorrows: A Rose Harbor Novel by Debbie Macomber
“Macomber fans will leave the Rose Harbor Inn with warm memories of healing, hope, and enduring love.”
The Sleeping Beauty Killer (An Under Suspicion Novel) by Mary Higgins Clark and Alafair Burke
“Fleet, conscientious, and utterly true to its carefully wrought formula.”