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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.

Still Life Book Review
Chief Inspector Armand Gamache is introduced in this award winning novel which is the first in the popular series. He is called to investigate the murder of an elderly spinster in Three Pines, a tiny charming village near Montreal. This excellent novel will keep you guessing.

The Skin Collector Book Review
Lincoln Rhyme and his team investigate a serial killer who tattoos his victims with poison instead of ink, causing them horribly painful deaths. This novel will keep everyone on the edge of their seats.

The Athena Project Book Review
A team of exceptionally gorgeous women is sent on a dangerous mission to thwart a plot by the Russian Mafia to further the scientific research on teleportation which was started in the 40's. The Russians are using humans in the tests, which result in grotesque dead bodies. Plenty of suspense.

Cross My Heart Book Review
Alex Cross is back in one of the better books of the series. Lots of dead bodies - vintage Patterson. The suspense is palpable and Alex and his family may not survive.

The Burning Room Book Review
Harry has a new partner who has no homicide experience, and they are assigned to a case where the murder victim has died 10 years after the crime. Although there is a body, all the evidence is old. As they investigate, their lives are endangered and the suspense builds.

Unlucky 13 Book Review
Lindsay Boxer and her group of friends in the Women's Murder Club are on edge, not only because of personal events, but also because their lives are in danger.

The Bone Tree Book Review
The much anticipated second installment in the Penn Cage Trilogy lives up to the expectations. Penn Cage, et al, including the corrupt Snake and Forrest Knox will stop at nothing to win.

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