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Bad Blood Book Review
Need a change from a serious thriller filled with murder and violence? Alexis Smith, who has her own PI business, must go to England to help MI5 and save a favorite college professor who has been kidnapped for a formula that he developed for synthetic blood.
Bare Bones Book Review
Tempe Brennan has a vacation planned with boyfriend Andrew Ryan, but instead of going to the beach, they investigate a plane crash, a dead baby burned up in a stove, missing wildlife rangers, a shallow grave full of bones, and a high-dollar poaching scheme.
Beautiful Losers Book Review
Kim Slade, a psychologist specializing in clients with eating disorders, is being stalked. She believes it is by a former model who is disfigured and bitter. Kim also has a facial disfigurement, but is confident in her personal relationships, so she can't understand why this man is after her.
Believing The Lie Book Review
Inspector Tommy Lynley is back and investigating the death of Ian Cresswell, whose uncle, Bernard Fairclough, is a close friend of David Hillier, Lynley's nemesis. The investigation leads to some bizarre family dynamics. There are also several subplots involving the main characters.
Blueblood Book Review
Marty Singer has been asked to help find who is torturing and killing undercover cops in several jurisdictions in the Washington, DC area. There are plenty of ups and down in this fast-moving book, and it is a nice addition to the series.
Bomb Shell Book Review
Savich and Sherlock are back, along with Griffin Hammersmith. Griffin is investigating a murder at the prestigious Stanislaus School of Music in Maestro, VA where his sister, who attends, has been attacked. There is an underlying sense of suspense as the characters work to solve the murders.
Bomber Boy Rise of the Underwear Bomber Review
This short e-book novella is an interesting look into the mindset of a terrorist suicide bomber. It is not particularly serious, and can be read in just an hour or two.
Burglars Can't Be Choosers Book Review
Bernie Rhodenbarr, a professional burglar, is caught while carrying out what he thought was a no-brainer job. Since there was a dead body in the apartment where he was working, he is blamed for the murder and must find the real murderer.
Buried in Beignets Book Review
Maggie Miller moves to a small Arizona town to open a Beignet shop and discovers a body in her back room. He was killed with her marble rolling pin, and unless she finds the real murderer, she may be blamed and go to jail.
Cain's Blood Book Review
Imagine that the most infamous serial killers are cloned so that they can be studied for a government project. What if those clones escape from the institution where they are being housed and begin raping and killing as their infamous counterparts?
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