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Eve Ronin, the intriguing, engaging protagonist of Lee Goldberg’s new procedural series, is back in Bone Canyon. In the Lost Hills jurisdiction of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Eve is investigating how fire has a way of revealing what might otherwise stay hidden…including murder

 

 

 

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The very real unexplained deaths of two women more than 100 years ago in Bombay and the creation of the compelling Anglo-Indian protagonist, Captain Jim Agnihotri, come together in Murder in Old Bombay, Nev March’s debut historical crime fiction novel

 

 

 

 

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They’re Gone, the new thriller by E. A. Aymar, writing as E. A. Barres, takes its two main characters—who on the surface have nothing in common except the recent murders of their husbands—down some very twisty roads, literally and metaphorically. At each turn, there’s a a decision to be made. The wrong choice can be deadly

 

 

 

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In spite of her first case almost killing her, in Moonflower Murders, Susan Ryeland—the book editor who Anthony Horowitz introduced to readers in his 2017 Magpie Murders—returns to look into the possibility that a young woman, before her sudden disappearance, had discerned the solution to a real-life murder from an Atticus Pünd novel by the late Alan Conway. Since Susan was Conway’s editor, it’s up to her to read the clues

 

 

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In The Year of the Gun, H.B. Lyle’s third installment of the continuing story of Wiggins—who, in his youth, was Sherlock Holmes’ Baker Street Irregular-in-Chief—the location shifts from London to, first, the Titanic, then Dublin, Ireland and, eventually, New York City. Wiggins is on a quest. Just what that quest is, however—finding a lost love, aiding in a revolution, and/or solving the murder of a young Irishman, is all part of the mystery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Isabel Lincoln is gone. Did she leave of her own volition or was she “disappeared” by, maybe, her jerk of a boyfriend? And where’s the labradoodle? That’s what Grayson Sykes, the protagonist in Rachel Howzell Hall’s latest thriller, And Now She’s Gone, is determined to find out

 

 

 

 

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In The Red Horse, Captain Billy Boyle—the inimitable protagonist of James R. Benn’s remarkable series of mysteries set in World War Two Europe—is sent to a secret hospital in the English countryside where he can recover from a psychotic break brought on by an overdose of amphetamines. If only recovery was his only task, because being in a hospital full of convalescing spies can be murder

 

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Dr. Lucas Page, the protagonist of Under Pressure, the second in Robert Pobi’s series, is the ultimate hyphenate: An astrophysicist-best-selling author-university professor-former FBI agent and world-class misanthrope. To say Lucas Page does not suffer fools gladly is an understatement of infinite proportions. But someone, or a gaggle of someones, is blowing up parts of New York City and killing hundreds of people. The FBI needs Lucas back, not to mention Manhattan…

 

 

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In The Less Dead, Denise Mina’s new crime fiction novel, after the death of the mother who adopted her, Dr. Margo Dunlop wants to find out about her birth mother. It’s possible Margo finds out more than she might want to know. After all, families—either by blood or by choice—are complicated…

 

 

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Roland Ford returns in THEN SHE VANISHED, the fourth installment in T. Jefferson Parker’s series about the Fallbrook, CA-based private investigator. This time around, Roland is tasked with finding the wife of a California State Assemblyman who has gone missing. But was she taken or did she leave? And then there are the bombings…

 

 

 

Photo of T. Jefferson Parker ©Bruce Jenkin

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