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Book Review: Wilde Lake by Laura Lippman---and a Giveaway!

Wilde Lake
Laura Lippman
William Morrow, May 2016
ISBN 978-0-06-208345-6

From the publisher—

Luisa “Lu” Brant is the newly elected—and first female—state’s attorney of Howard County, Maryland, a job in which her widower father famously served. 738 more words

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Book Review: Death at Breakfast by Beth Gutcheon

Death at Breakfast
Beth Gutcheon
William Morrow, May 2016
ISBN 978-0-06-243196-7

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Indulging their pleasure in travel and new experiences, recently retired private school head Maggie Detweiler and her old friend, socialite Hope Babbin, are heading to Maine. 689 more words

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New Nonfiction: The Lynching - Laurence Leamer

Journalist Leamer rivetingly recounts what is perhaps the last great battle of the original Civil Rights Era. In 1981 Alabama two white Klansman beat to death and hung a young black man in retaliation for a jury verdict that found an unrelated black man innocent of the murder of a white man. 417 more words


Review: Charged by Jay Crownover

“Some of us are born into a storm and some of us are born to chase after it.”

I really enjoyed where Jay went with Avett’s story. 1,060 more words


Interrogation—Glen Erik Hamilton

Who: Glen Erik Hamilton

What: His debut, PAST CRIMES, has been nominated for the Edgar, the Anthony, and the Barry Awards for Best First Novel.  1,171 more words

Book Review: Depraved Heart by Patricia Cornwell

Depraved Heart
A Scarpetta Novel #23
Patricia Cornwell
William Morrow, October 2015
ISBN: 978-0-06-232540-2

Dr. Kay Scarpetta works out of Cambridge, Massachusetts these days. In Depraved Heart, she’s been called to a historic home where a woman has been found dead in rather gruesome circumstances. 253 more words

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Book of the Week: The View from the Cheap Seats - Neil Gaiman

This collection of sixty-some essays covers such a wide array of subjects that one might wonder what ties it together. The answer is “Neil Gaiman.” His singular sensibility makes almost anything he writes worth the price of admission. 588 more words