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Camino Winds

Camino Winds (Camino Island #2)

1. Leo spun to life in late July in the restless waters of the far eastern Atlantic, about two hundred miles west of Cape Verde. He was soon spotted from space, properly named, and classified as a mere tropical depression. Within hours he had been upgraded to a tropical storm. For a month, strong dry Read more

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Black Nowhere by Reece Hirsch

Black Nowhere by Reece Hirsch

June 1 It started with an anonymous post on a message board called PillMill, a place where illegal drugs were bought and sold. The message read, If you’re looking to score some Oxy at a good price, you need to check out Kyte. It’s next level. The message included a link. FBI special agent Lisa Read more

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I Know Everything by Matthew Farrell

I Know Everything by Matthew Farrell

Although the darkness was too thick to even see his hands in front of his face, he knew the two bodies were with him in the room. A mother and daughter, killed within minutes of one another, each death an escalation in rage and fury, then desperation and futility. The lights had been on then. Read more

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The Silent Ones: An absolutely gripping psychological thriller

The Silent Ones: An absolutely gripping psychological thriller

The two girls skipped down the narrow side street, hand in hand. The council houses all looked the same around here, boxy and grey. Only the doors were painted different colours. ‘B. O. R. I. N. G,’ they chanted in time with each springing step. The afternoon sun warmed the backs of their necks and Read more

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The New Girl (Gabriel Allon, #19) by Daniel Silva

The New Girl (Gabriel Allon, #19) by Daniel Silva

In August 2018, I commenced work on a novel about a crusading young Arab prince who wanted to modernize his religiously intolerant country and bring sweeping change to the Middle East and the broader Islamic world. I set aside that manuscript two months later, however, when the model for that character, Mohammed bin Salman of Read more

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One Good Deed by David Baldacci

One Good Deed by David Baldacci

IT WAS A GOOD DAY to be free of prison. The mechanical whoosh and greasy smell of the opening bus doors greeted Aloysius Archer, as he breathed free air for the first time in a while. He wore a threadbare single-breasted brown Victory suit with peak lapels that he’d bought from the Sears, Roebuck catalogue Read more

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The Inn by James Patterson

The Inn by James Patterson

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CHAPTER ONE SOMETHING VERY BAD was about to go down. There are things you know as a cop in Boston. You know how the city feels, because its streets are your veins and the voices of its people come through your lips when you talk. You know the smell of the salt in the harbor Read more

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Forgotten Bones by Vivian Barz

Forgotten Bones by Vivian Barz

“I really don’t understand the appeal, do you?” Derek Ritzeman yammered on from the driver’s seat. He did not wait for his girlfriend to answer before he continued, just as she hadn’t expected him to. Derek always became rhetorical when he was in a snit. “I mean, we’ve got to deal with noise and pollution Read more

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What You Did by Claire McGowan

What You Did by Claire McGowan

When it stops, she’s lying on the grass with her face crushed into it. She can smell the green sap of it, feel the scratch of weeds against her skin. Her body comes back to her piece by piece. Her throat, wheezing and burning from where he choked her. He choked her. She can’t entirely Read more

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Don't Even Breathe by Keith Houghton

Don’t Even Breathe by Keith Houghton

Long before she’d agreed to go on a date with him, Tyler had known he would kill Lindy Munson. One day. Somehow. Preferably slowly. For years, whenever Tyler had thought of the girl with the sallow complexion and the snow-white hair, he’d fantasized about doing something bad to her—probably from as far back as the Read more

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