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In When Hell Struck Twelve, the 14th installment in James R. Benn’s series of World War Two mysteries, the Allied Invasion of France is underway, but the war is far from over for U.S. Army Captain, and special detective for General Eisenhower, Billy Boyle and his friend and fellow warrior, Lieutenant Piotr Kazimierz—known as Kaz. Billy and Kaz are on the heels of a murderous traitor, but the goal is not necessarily to catch him…

 

 

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It’s hard to think of a more natural investigator than an interior decorator. Someone like Cissy Huntington, the protagonist in Sherri Leigh James’s Blood Red and Iced Blue, literally knows where all the skeletons are. After all, she designed the closets in which they reside

 

 

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Every side of the legal equation—the defense attorney and the prosecutor—in The Murder List, Hank Phillippi Ryan’s new stand-alone mystery, wants to be the on the side of the angels. But there is only one good guy, one winner; isn’t there?

 

 

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Who knew there could be danger in the sparking joy that organizing can bring?  In her new novel, Careful What You Wish For, Hallie Ephron explores exactly that in the eternal push-pull of those who can’t pass a yard sale without stopping, and those who need to bring order to their lives

 

 

 

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More and more, podcasts are owning the true crime genre. In Never Look Back, Alison Gaylin’s new mystery, the decades-old murder spree being investigated by Quentin Garrison for “Closure,” his true-crime podcast, is personal

 

 

As if the story wasn’t real enough, Alison has written an episode of “Closure” … have a listen

 

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In Murder in Bel-Air, the 19th installment in Cara Black’s arrondissement-specific series featuring Aimee Leduc, in addition to running her detective business and being a mom to Chloe, her infant daughter, Aimee is juggling a missing mother and the pursuit of a man from Cote d’ivoirie, the former French colony in Africa, who possibly holds the key to the murder of a woman near Chloe’s day care

 

 

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In One Small Sacrifice, Hilary Davidson’s new crime fiction novel, NYPD Detective Sheryn Sterling suspects Alex Traynor—who suffers from PTSD owing to his time in war zones as a photojournalist—in the disappearance of his girlfriend Emily. After all, Sheryn has always suspected him in the death of another woman. But the case only looks straightforward. Looks can be deceiving

 

 

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