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A deadly poisoning, a stolen painting and a criminal mastermind challenge the skills of Sharpe and Donovan

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Opposites attract in this gilded age historical romance when a young American suffragette eschews marriage until a handsome detective is hired to protect her from a dangerous stalker.

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The CDC’s Outbreak Task Force director is on the hunt for a killer–she doesn't need the distraction of her bodyguard!

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When missing turns to murdered, one woman's search for answers will take her to a place she never wanted to go…

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Where do you go when you're at the end of your rope?

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The men of BOLO Consultants uncover a dangerous enemy in the City of Sin.

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"A Christmas tale with a touch of the blarney."
Christmas with a Cowboy
by Carolyn Brown
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted September 22, 2019

CHRISTMAS WITH A COWBOY is a rather simple story about a guy who figures he has years more to play the field before being Read more...

"Moving on is becoming a real challenge for two amazing character."
Cowboy Christmas Redemption
by Maisey Yates
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted September 22, 2019

Sometimes seasonal stories are blushingly happy and simple. All about the upcoming festivities and traditions: people’s lives take a brief respite from Read more...

"The holiday season just got more magical."
Christmas in Winter Valley
by Jodi Thomas
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted September 22, 2019

CHRISTMAS IN WINTER VALLEY takes us back to Ransom Canyon where the wild horses are revered, and Read more...

"A fast paced, enjoyable historical novel with intrigue, love, and maybe a ghost or two!"
The Widow of Rose House
by Diana Biller
Reviewed by Danielle Dresser
Posted September 19, 2019

The notorious Alva Webster has returned to New York City and bought Leifdehuis, an austere and supposedly haunted mansion. She had been living in Read more...

"Jess and Mason will do anything to save Lucy..."
Deception Cove
by Owen Laukkanen
Reviewed by Magdalena Johansson
Posted September 19, 2019

Ex-marine Jess Winslow was discharged and returned home only to bury her no good husband who drowned in what the police say was Read more...

"Heartwarming, happy, and emotionally-charged from beginning to end."
Window on the Bay
by Debbie Macomber
Reviewed by Kim Roller
Posted September 19, 2019

They've been best friends since college. Their dream to take a trip to Paris in the spring. Unfortunately, life seems to always get Read more...

"mom always knows best"
Where She Went
by Kelly Simmons
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted September 19, 2019

Maggie is a single mom, after the murder of her husband years ago. Maggie’s daughter Emma is now entering her first year Read more...

"My pick for novel of the year"
The Book Woman Of Troublesome Creek
by Kim Michele Richardson
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted September 19, 2019

Troublesome Creek, Kentucky, in the hardscrabble 1940s is the setting for this social history tale, an extraordinary accomplishment by Kim Michele Richardson. Read more...

"A sweet paranormal holiday read, with just a hint of danger!"
Silver Town Wolf: Home for the Holidays
by Terry Spear
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted September 19, 2019

In Silver Town, Colorado, most of the residents are shapeshifting wolves and a couple of them, Meghan MacTire and Sheriff Peter Jorgenson, have begun Read more...

"Gone but not forgotten. . ."
One Night Gone
by Tara Laskowski
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted September 19, 2019

Allison is down on her luck: she lost her job and her husband, both for the same reason. Being a weather person, one night Read more...

"Do you really know anyone?"
Never Look Back
by Alison Gaylin
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted September 19, 2019

Quentin is a true-crime podcaster. The story that he is working on deals with a teenage couple from the 1970s, April and Gabriel Read more...

"What does friendship mean for them?"
Without Her
by Rosalind Brackenbury
Reviewed by Svetlana Libenson
Posted September 19, 2019

From the time they were children in England during the 1950s, Hannah and Claudia became the best of friends. From girlhood to adulthood, they Read more...

"Fall down the rabbit hole with this fabulous thriller!"
The Patient
by Steena Holmes
Reviewed by Monique Daoust
Posted September 19, 2019

Pseudo-psychological thrillers are a dime a dozen, real ones rarer, and great ones surface once in a blue moon. As soon as I Read more...

"A suspenseful and captivating hunt for a ruthless murderer!"
The Long Call
by Ann Cleeves
Reviewed by Audrey Lawrence
Posted September 19, 2019

The sight of the windswept marsh, the sound of the surf, and the long plaintive call of the herring gull slowly lift the spirits Read more...

"A New York reporter is determined to write on women's suffrage - whatever the cost"
The Unforgettable Miss Baldwin
by Gail Ingis
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted September 19, 2019

Allie Baldwin is the daughter of a newspaper magnate in New York, and we meet her as she attempts to report on a Womens Read more...

"Phenomenal conclusion to a must-read series for all steampunk fans!"
Sword and Pen
by Rachel Caine
Reviewed by Debbie Wiley
Posted September 17, 2019

SWORD AND PEN is the fifth and concluding book in The Great Library series. Rachel Read more...

"A fierce mom who winds up with the family she never had and the vampire of her dreams!"
Immortal Born
by Lynsay Sands
Reviewed by Miranda Owen
Posted September 16, 2019

IMMORTAL BORN is the thirtieth book in the “Argeneau” vampire series by Lynsay Sands. Allie Chambers has been raising her late friend Read more...

"Heart-stopping and a mix of thrills and classic cozy mystery staples"
Word to the Wise
by Jenn McKinlay
Reviewed by Miranda Owen
Posted September 15, 2019

WORD TO THE WISE is the tenth book in Jenn McKinlay’s “Library Lover’s” cozy mystery series, which follows Read more...

"Full of cozy holiday charm and werewolf romance rawr"
Silver Town Wolf: Home for the Holidays
by Terry Spear
Reviewed by Miranda Owen
Posted September 15, 2019

SILVER TOWN WOLF: HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS is the ninth book in Terry Spear’s “Silver Town Wolf” series. Reading about Read more...

"An entertaining mystery involving marriage, murder, and sunny dispositions hiding dark motivations!"
A Dangerous Engagement
by Ashley Weaver
Reviewed by Miranda Owen
Posted September 14, 2019

A DANGEROUS ENGAGEMENT is the sixth book in Ashley Weaver’s “Amory Ames” historical mystery series. Unlike some of the previous Read more...

"HANDLE WITH CARE has great storytelling and a to-die-for hero!"
Handle with Care
by Marie Harte
Reviewed by Miranda Owen
Posted September 14, 2019

HANDLE WITH CARE is the third book in Marie Harte’s “Veteran Movers” series. Kenzie Sykes and Evan Griffith have both Read more...

"The arranged marriage hoopla"
The Marriage Clock
by Zara Raheem
Reviewed by Bharti C
Posted September 14, 2019

THE MARRIAGE CLOCK is about Leila, daughter of an Indian Origin Muslim family in America. The marriage clock refers to her being off age Read more...

"Doug Brock Tries To Remember And Catch A Seriel Killer"
Black and Blue
by David Rosenfelt
Reviewed by Patricia (Pat) Pascale
Posted September 14, 2019

Doug Brock, a Lieutenant in the New Jersey State Police, is still suffering after being shot in the line of duty, recovering from a Read more...

"Meet Aloysius Archer...He Will Steal Your Heart!"
One Good Deed
by David Baldacci
Reviewed by Patricia (Pat) Pascale
Posted September 14, 2019

A dedicated David Baldacci fan, he never disappoints. ONE GOOD DEED is no exception. We meet Aloysius Archer, a new hero to get to Read more...

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