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The Burglar who Counted the Spoons Book Review
After a 10 year hiatus, everyone's favorite burglar, Bernie Rhodenbarr, is back, stealing for hire, and getting himself involved in a murder investigation. Bernie must find the murderer so that he doesn't get blamed. This book has plenty of suspense, as well as humor.
The Witch's Revenge Book Review
When an old woman moves into a small village, strange things begin to happen. She is a witch, and horrible accidents and murders are causing an uproar. The villagers must unite to get rid of the witch, and at the same time put their lives in danger.
Murder 101 Book Review
Peter & Rina have moved from busy LA to be closer to their children in NYC. There isn't much happening in the small police department, and Peter's bored. Then some Tiffany glass panes in a family crypt are stolen, and a couple of mutilated bodies are found.
Dawn of My Breaking Heart Book Review
Will and Tess are taking their friendship to a higher level, but both have secrets. Will disappears, and Tess is taken into his family to help solve what turns out to be a mystery which puts Tess, Will, and the whole family in grave danger.
Downstream Book Review
100 year-old Billionaire Francis Hearty Withers tells his small town that he is leaving a part of his money to them, & the remaining to a drug company that manufactures a drug that has kept him alive & healthy. Environmentalists protest, he vows to change his will, & is found dead the next day.
The Witch of Painted Sorrows Book Review
Sandrine Salome escapes her abusive husband in New York and runs to her grandmother's home in Paris where she puts herself in danger, falls in love, and becomes obsessed with a long-dead courtesan artist.
The Neon Rain Book Review
The Neon Rain is the first novel in the Dave Robicheaux series, and is the perfect introduction into the bestselling series. This series is one that will appeal to thriller readers who enjoy macho, aggressive protagonists.
The Devil You Know Book Review
Evie Jones, a young journalist, becomes obsessed with finding who murdered her best friend Lianne 10 years prior, and because of her inexperience, almost ends up murdered herself. This novel will keep you on edge until the very end.
The Cuckoo's Calling Book Review
J.K. Rowling, writing as Robert Galbraith, introduces a new series of crime thrillers with a very unique protagonist, Cormoran Strike, a down-and-out private detective.
Killer Book Review
Killer is the 29th installment of the popular Alex Delaware series. Jonathan Kellerman is, as usual, at the top of his game; this book is a fast, but excellent read.
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