The characters in Because You’re Mine, Rea Frey’s new novel, seem to have made peace with their pasts; but have their pasts made peace with them?
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The Better Sister, Alafair Burke’s 18th novel, is a tale of two sisters, the husband they shared and the son of one sister being raised by the other. Oh, and murder, too Photo of Alafair Burke ©Nina Subin
Anna Winger, the narrator of Lori Rader-Day’s The Day I Died, has spent the past thirteen years running away from a past that continues to haunt her Photo of Lori Rader-Day ©Iden Ford Photography
Up until the time of the car accident that killed her co-worker, self-help book author Bryn Harper—the protagonist of The Secrets You Keep, Kate White’s new domestic suspense thriller—had been described as a force of nature. Now, as she recovers in Saratoga, New York, Bryn finds herself plagued by nightmares and suffering from exhaustion. And… Read more »
As if fans didn’t already know, there’s really nothing darker than the distaff side of crime fiction. One look at the choice of novels included in Women Crime Writer’s: Eight Suspense Novels of the 1940s & 50s and you’ll know there is no better guide to this harrowing region of the genre than Sarah Weinman Photo of… Read more »
Our schedule of interviews for the rest of October is shaping up to be great Les Klinger, fresh from winning an Anthony Award for Anthologies at Bouchercon 2015 for In the Company of Sherlock Holmes, which he co-edited with Laurie R. King, will be interviewing Sarah Weinman on Women Crime Writers: Eight Suspense Novels of the… Read more »