• Double Dexter (Dexter, Book 6)

    By Jeff Lindsay

    THE DEXTER PHENOMENON—IN PRINT, at the reveal, AND within the HEARTS OF thousands OF FANS—CONTINUES WITH a perilous DUEL . . .
    Dexter is displeased. like several self-respecting, completely first rate, soundly homicidal man, Dexter Morgan takes nice delight in his paintings and is cautious to stay nameless. So he's, certainly, disenchanted to find that somebody has pointed out him and—worst of all—is now turning his personal tools opposed to him. the placement quickly turns into extra complex while a brutal cop-killer starts focusing on Miami’s police detectives—leaving in the back of our bodies which are battered past recognition—and stoking the department’s worst fears. As his colleagues develop extra paranoid of the psychotic killer of their midst, Dexter’s place is more and more perilous. he's working out of time to trace down this copycat and bring his traditional particular justice, sooner than his darkish pastime is published to the world.

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  • Schopenhauer's Telescope: A Novel

    The haunting novel Schopenhauer's Telescope ...[is] probably the most strange novels of the year...The impression is pulse-quickening and bad, as if now we have been strength marched via a topic park of ugly monsters.- Newsday . In an unnamed ecu village, in the midst of a civil conflict, one guy digs whereas one other watches over him. Slowly, they start to speak. Over the process the afternoon, because the snow falls and truckloads of villagers are corralled within the subsequent box, we find why they're there--not simply who they're but in addition how sinister occasions within the state have led them to be separated by way of a deepening grave, and why the heritage of civilization is inseparable from the background of mass violence. superbly written, with a poet's eye for element coupled with a chilling and compelling narrative force, Schopenhauer's Telescope is present within the most sensible sense--no skinny allegory of trendy conflicts, yet a outstanding try to make paintings out of the brutality of lifestyles.

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  • In the Woods

    By Tana French

    A gripping mystery and New York Times bestseller from the acclaimed writer of Broken Harbor and The mystery Place 

    As nightfall techniques a small Dublin suburb in the summertime of 1984, moms start to name their youngsters domestic. yet in this hot night, 3 young ones don't go back from the darkish and silent woods. while the police arrive, they locate just one of the kids gripping a tree trunk in terror, donning blood-filled shoes, and not able to remember a unmarried aspect of the former hours.

    Twenty years later, the came across boy, Rob Ryan, is a detective at the Dublin homicide Squad and retains his earlier a mystery. but if a twelve-year-old lady is located murdered within the similar woods, he and Detective Cassie Maddox—his accomplice and closest friend—find themselves investigating a case chillingly just like the former unsolved secret. Now, with purely snippets of long-buried thoughts to lead him, Ryan has the opportunity to discover either the secret of the case sooner than him and that of his personal shadowy past.

    Richly atmospheric and gorgeous in its complexity, In the Woods is totally convincing and astonishing to the end.

    Look for French's new secret, The Trespasser, for extra of the Dublin homicide Squad.

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  • Vostok (MEG)

    By Steve Alten

    East Antarctica: The coldest, such a lot desolate place in the world. Two-and-a-half miles under the ice cap is Vostok, a six thousand sq. mile liquid lake, over 1000 ft deep, left untouched for greater than fifteen million years. Now, marine biologist Zachary Wallace and different scientists aboard a submersible tethered to a laser will trip 13,000 ft underneath the ice into this unexplored realm to find Mesozoic lifestyles varieties lengthy believed extinct--and an item of monstrous energy chargeable for the evolution of recent man.

    In this sequel to The Loch and prequel to MEG: Nightstalkers, New York Times bestselling writer Steve Alten bargains readers a crossover novel that mixes characters from of his most well-liked series.

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  • The Devil's Star: A Harry Hole Novel (Harry Hole Series)

    By Don Bartlett

    “Astonishingly convinced. . . . The Devil’s Star rankings with an fascinating plot and Nesbo’s mastery of velocity and tension.” — The occasions (London)

    From essentially the most celebrated crime writers in Europe and the award-winning writer of The Redbreast comes an epic mystery that includes Police Detective Harry gap. within the vein of the crime novels of James Patterson and Dennis Lehane, Jo Nesbo’s The Devil’s Star is an intricately plotted and suspenseful thrill-ride from starting to finish.

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  • Echo of the Reich (Chris Bronson, Book 5)

    By James Becker

    A lethal weapon uncovered...
    A decades-old conspiracy...
    A race to save lots of a city...

    Berlin, 1936: When African-American Jesse Owens wins 4 gold medals within the Olympic video games, Hitler refuses to put the medals round Owens’s neck and vows to boost a way of wiping “inferior” races from the earth....

    London, 2012: Chris Bronson is ordered to infiltrate a bunch of anarchists who plan to disrupt the Olympic video games with destruction and violence. whilst Bronson’s conceal is blown, the police name off the operation. yet Bronson is confident that there’s whatever extra sinister at play. at the run from either the police and the militant anarchists, Bronson quickly reveals himself immersed in a long-buried mystery surrounding a Nazi weapon, and a dangerous revenge plot that he needs to cease sooner than it’s too late....

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  • Twisted City

    WINNER: Anthony Award for top Paperback Original

    From the acclaimed noir novelist Jason Starr comes this savage portrait of a misanthropic guy caught in a brand new York nightmare. Written in caustic, streamlined prose, Twisted City is a chilling depiction of ways fast one's lifestyles can take a flip for the worst.

    Times are tricky for David Miller, a journalist for a second-rate monetary journal who hates his boss, is uninterested in assisting his girlfriend's partying way of life, and lately misplaced his sister to melanoma. yet issues are approximately to get a lot worse. whilst he loses his pockets in a midtown bar, he's embarked on an international the place he unearths himself being blackmailed through junkies, mendacity to his family and friends, and stumbling right into a crime which may price him his existence.

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  • A Place of Hiding

    By Elizabeth George

    In a single of her so much compelling mysteries, bestselling novelist Elizabeth George explores the darker landscapes of human relationships. right here she tells a gripping, suspenseful tale of betrayal and devotion, warfare and remembrance, love and loss . . . and the better truths to which we needs to all eventually answer.

    An remoted seashore at the island of Guernsey within the English Channel is the scene of the homicide of man Brouard, one among Guernsey’s wealthiest population and its major benefactor. compelled as a baby to escape the Nazis in Paris, Brouard was once engaged in his most up-to-date venture whilst he died: a museum honoring those that resisted the German profession of the island in the course of global struggle II. it's from this era that his assassin may perhaps have come. yet there are others on Guernsey who wish man Brouard useless. As forensic scientist Simon St. James and his spouse, Deborah, quickly observe, likely every body at the history-haunted island has whatever to conceal. . . . And at the back of all of the lies and alibis, a killer is lurking.

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