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Another week, different batch of books for your TBR pile. Happy reading, folks.

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Kate Alice Marshall, What Lies successful the Woods
(Flatiron)

“Marshall explores the analyzable dynamics of puerility friendships and the almighty effect that representation has successful shaping narratives…In a caller filled with affectional extent and convincing reddish herrings, Marshall delivers a propulsive enigma astir trust, secrets, and friendships.”
–Booklist

Grady Hendrix, How to Sell a Haunted House
(Berkley)

“A delight…Hendrix, with relentless efficiency—and a spot of humor—forces america to face our fears.”
–The Washington Post

Stephen Amidon, Locust Lane
(Celadon)

“Amidon’s compulsively readable, richly plotted transgression caller is simply a circuit de unit that grabs readers’ attraction and doesn’t fto spell until the last page.”
–Booklist

Kat Rosenfeld, You Must Remember This
(William Morrow)

“A communicative that volition wholly propulsion you for a loop conscionable erstwhile you deliberation you cognize what’s going on, No One Will Miss Her is an expertly written publication with characters you’ll find truthful absorbing and a crippled that is arsenic intriguing.”
–Seattle Book Review

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Bret Easton Ellis, The Shards
(Knopf)

“A thrilling leafage turner from Ellis, who revisits the satellite that made him a literate prima with a stylish scary caller communicative that doesn’t disappoint.”
–Town & Country

Jessica Fellowes, The Mitford Secret
(Minotaur)

“Fellowes’s beardown six and last enigma centered connected the real-life Mitford family. Fellowes neatly balances play item and just cluing. Fans volition beryllium blessed to spot this bid going retired connected a precocious note.”
–Publishers Weekly

Thomas Perry, Murder Book
(Mysterious)

“The pages melt distant arsenic the communicative maintains a breathless gait throughout. This is further impervious that Perry is simply a dominating unit successful the satellite of modern suspense thrillers.”
–Publishers Weekly

Shannon Kirk, Tenkill
(Polis)

“Kirk’s ineligible expertise is evident successful the investigation’s absorbing high-tech details, and the tense, cautiously plotted chases done Boston’s streets person a cinematic quality.”
–Booklist

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Colin Cotterill, The Motion Picture Teller
(Soho Crime)

“By turns witty, warm, charming and poignant, The Motion Picture Teller is possibly Cotterill’s finest caller frankincense far.”
–BookPage

Maurizio de Giovanni (transl. Antony Shugaar), Winter Swallows
(Europa/World Noir)

“Commissario Ricciardi faces execution among a theatrical troupe whose members are conscionable arsenic devious arsenic helium is….Even fans of the bid are apt to beryllium amazed erstwhile the curtain yet falls.”
–Kirkus Reviews

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