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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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The Kept Woman (Will Trent, #8)

The Kept Woman

For the first time in her life, she cradled her daughter in her arms.All those years ago, the nurse at the hospital had asked if she wanted to hold her baby, but she had refused. Refused to name the girl. Refused to sign the legal papers to let her go. Hedging her bets, because that’s Read more

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False Step by Victoria Helen Stone

False Step by Victoria Helen Stone

Thursday, noon Bea Abbot, sixtyish and widowed but coping pretty well with life, answered the phone by saying, ‘Abbot Agency. How may I help you?’ The voice at the other end quacked away. Bea recoiled. ‘We are not that kind of agency. We do not supply girls for … no, certainly not!’ She put the Read more

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The 18th Abduction (Women’s Murder Club, #18)

The 18th Abduction

Joe and I were in the back seat of a black sedan, cruising along a motorway from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to the International Criminal Court in The Hague. The sky was gray, but shafts of light pierced the clouds, lighting up brilliant swaths of tulips in fields along A44. I had never been to the Read more

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The Mask Collectors by Ruvanee Pietersz Vilhauer

The Mask Collectors by Ruvanee Pietersz Vilhauer

The representations of thovil and hooniyam in this novel are informed by many, sometimes conflicting, anecdotal accounts, as well as the writings of the anthropologists Nandadeva Wijesekera and Bruce Kapferer. The practice of hooniyam is often shrouded in secrecy, and it encompasses many types of rituals that are intended to cause harm to a selected Read more

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The Dark Bones (A Dark Lure, #2) by Loreth Anne White

The Dark Bones (A Dark Lure, #2) by Loreth Anne White

Cariboo Country. Sunday, September 27, just over twenty years ago. Whitney’s chest burns as she runs. Her throat is dry. Sagebrush, pine needles, and flint cut into her bare feet. Blood pours down the insides of her legs, leaving sticky traces on the dry grasses in her wake. She drops into a crouch. Panting, she Read more

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Next Girl to Die (The Calderwood Cases, #1)

Next Girl to Die (The Calderwood Cases, #1)

At some point, as you get older, you stop counting things—how many times you’ve been on an airplane, driven across the country, or solved a murder. No matter how many murders I solve, it won’t fix me. I close the file in front of me. It hits me close to home; memories of another murder Read more

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The Eighth Sister (Charles Jenkins, #1)

Moscow, Russia Zarina Kazakova stepped to the glass doors of Belyy Dom, the Russian White House, and peered out at the leaden sky threatening to suffocate Moscow. It was not if the sky would unleash the first flurry of snow, but when. Meteorologists had forecast evening temperatures below zero, and as much as six to Read more

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Cold Waters (Normal, Alabama) by Debbie Herbert

Cold Waters (Normal, Alabama) by Debbie Herbert

The tingling in my ear was the first omen. Everyone knew an itchy ear meant people were talking about you, so I glanced out of the corner of my eye at the few people leaving the bus station. I didn’t want to be spotted. But they paid me no mind, casting anxious looks at the Read more

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The Rescue (Ryan Decker) by Steven Konkoly

The Rescue (Ryan Decker) by Steven Konkoly

Ryan Decker wiped the perspiration from his face with a damp, threadbare hand towel. A futile gesture he’d repeat again in a few moments. The temperature inside the dank motel room pushed ninety degrees, the rattling air conditioner unable to keep up with the extra demand imposed by his teammates and a table packed with Read more

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