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Book of Nathan Review
When the manager of a New jersey homeless shelter heads to Orlando with a carload of quirky riders to try to save a mentally challenged shelter resident from a murder conviction, hilarity ensues.
Books, Crooks, and Counselors Review
An in-depth guide to help authors and screenwriters write with accuracy about criminal law and courtroom procedure.
Booktown Mysteries by Lorna Barrett
Lorna Barrett has created a bookstore mystery series sure to satisfy cozy fans. Join Trish Miles and Miss Marple, her cat, as they solve a series of crimes in the quaint town of Stoneham, New Hampshire.
Boston Scream Pie Review
A serious and surprisingly humorous look at how the horrific dreams of a teenager are unexpectedly tied to a newly formed dysfunctional family.
Boy Made of Dawn Review
Charlie Yazzi of the Navajo Nation Legal Services was asked to help find a young boy who was missing. Little did he know what he was getting himself into when he responded to the request.
Braking Points Review
When Kate Reilly and a visiting NASCAR hero get tangled up during an important race, Kate is vilified for her role in the wreck. When death threats lead to bodies of those close to her, Kate decides to do her own investigating before she ends up in the morgue.
Buck Fever Review
Blanco County game warden John Marlin has his hands full trying to protect a buck wanted for his antlers, bumbling rustlers, a Columbian drug lord, Marlin's best friend ends up in a coma and a body is found on a local worksite.
Bundle of Trouble Review
How does having a baby and solving a murder lead to a possible new career? Kate Connolly searches for the answer in this debut Maternal Instincts mystery.
Burning Man Review
Los Angeles K-9 detective Michael Gideon and his partner Sirious are tragically burned apprehending a serial murderer, but make a spectacular comeback in a new role.
Bury Me Deep Review
Inspired by a notorious true crime from the early 1930s, this noir interpretation will keep you spell-bound to the end.
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