BURY YOUR DEAD

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BURY YOUR DEAD 



Chief Inspector Gamache, Louise Penny’s unforgettable detective, is having a recuperative sabbatical with his former mentor, Emile Comeau during Quebec City’s Winter Carnival.

During Gamanche’s visit he continues his research on the Battle of the Plains of Abraham at the Literary and Historical Society’s library.

As usual in Penny’s novels… murder follows the Chief Inspector. An eccentric historical archaeologist is found bludgeoned in the library’s basement.

A great read!



Written for The New York Times Best Sellers.

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THE CONCRETE BLONDE

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THE CONCRETE BLONDE



Detective Harry Bosch has single-handedly captured and was forced to eliminate the serial murderer, The Dollmaker.

Now, a high-financed attorney and the widow of the Dollmaker has Detective Bosch in court for excessive force in his capture.

The trial proceeds with many twists and turns as a new letter is handed to Detective Bosch… from the Dollmaker. This, of course, cannot be possible. The Dollmaker, according to the police, was killed.

EXCELLENT! If you like Harry Bosch, you’ll love it!



Written for The New York Times Best Sellers.

LOOK ALIVE TWENTY-FIVE

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LOOK ALIVE TWENTY-FIVE



Stephanie Plum is at it again.

Her cousin Vinnie is now the owner of a local deli and he has hired her to be store manager. The pay is actually better than she usually makes as Vinnie’s bounty hunter.

There is one problem with the deli… the managers keep being kidnapped – disappearing as they take the trash out from the deli in the evenings – and the only evidence the kidnappers leave behind is one boot.

A quick, fun read.



Written for The New York Times Best Sellers.

The Brutal Telling

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The Brutal Telling



Another murder, a stranger, is discovered at the local bistro. The first confusing clue- the murder did not occur in the bistro, the victim was moved to the bistro to incriminate its owners.

Who would murder this unknown vagrant and leave him to be discovered at the breakfast hour for all to see?

Chief Inspector Gamache is called in to assist in the solving of the mystery.

Another winner by Louise Penny.



Written for The New York Times Best Sellers.

The Reckoning

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The Reckoning



A war hero awakens early one morning, eats his weekly breakfast with is sister, and then drives into town, and kills the well-respected Methodist pastor.

He drives home to wait for the officers to arrest him. He engages his family’s lawyer but chooses to mount a silent defense.

Secrets enveloping secrets keep the plot moving forward.

A great read!

John Grisham does a grand job at twisting hidden clues that will allude the most careful reader.



Written for The New York Times Best Sellers.

The Black Ice     

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The Black Ice  



Detective Harry Bosch is shunned from the investigation of a suicide of a fellow officer.

Bosch is handed the officer’s files to close, as a way-layer to keep Bosch from the suicide- now ruled murder- investigation. The drug cartel files given to Bosch seem to intersect the suicide/ murder conspiracy.

Enjoyed!

Michael Connelly’s Bosch is a well-crafted character!



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Target Alex Cross

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Target Alex Cross



An assassin’s bullet strikes at the heart of our nation’s government. Alex Cross is called in to assist the investigation. The deeper the investigation, the more assassins seem to appear. Assassins are assassinating assassins. But there seems to be no rhyme-or-reason to the murders. Who (or what) are the assassins truly after?

A fun, quick read!

James Patterson hat another home-run!



Written for The New York Times Best Sellers.