The Language of Bees by Laurie R. KingJune 7, 2020
Most of the narratives are first-person accounts by Mary, so readers get to know her very...
In the Kitchen by Monica AliJune 6, 2020
Yuri is a porter, one of Britain’s penniless immigrants that Ali would like us (and Gabe)...
Knife Song Korea by Richard SelzerJune 6, 2020
On arriving at his small and isolated army base in Korea, Sloane is met by Larry...
Rain Gods By James Lee BurkeJune 5, 2020
Burke’s life has provided ample experience to draw from for his mysteries that feature world-wise and...
Valeria’s Last Stand by Marc FittenJune 4, 2020
In the end, the story of Valeria and her Hungarian town is about the sheer difficulty...
The Stranger by Max FreiJune 3, 2020
The Stranger is a translation of the first of a wildly popular series of novels from...
Sunnyside by Glen David GoldJune 3, 2020
For Gold, like Koontz and Høeg, has a way of combining farce and futility that says...
The Wish Maker by Ali SethiJune 3, 2020
The personal suffering always hinges on the political. When Daadi was a little girl, her best...
The Enchantment Emporium by Tanya HuffJune 2, 2020
Readers who know Tanya Huff from her Blood, Smoke, and The Keeper’s Chronicles books (or even...
Shadow and Light by Jonathan RabbJune 1, 2020
A man is found dead in a bathtub, brandy is poured and the whodunit game grows...
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