Episode 167: Hilary Davidson

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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…. Read more »

Episode 142: Mariah Fredericks

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Jane Prescott, the protagonist of A Death of No Importance in Mariah Fredericks’ novel, introduces herself to readers as a “Nobody. Less than nobody.” As a lady’s maid in the first decade of the 20th century, she’s not too far off. Regardless of her station in life, though, Jane has a keen eye. Once again, in her… Read more »

Episode 130: Con Lehane

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Don’t let the rarified, bookish air of New York City’s 42nd Street Library lull you into a sense of serenity: there are dark doings and bad people roaming the stacks in Con Lehane’s Murder in the Manuscript Room  

Episode 117: Don Winslow

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In The Force, the new crime fiction novel by Don Winslow, Detective Sergeant Danny Malone thinks he can beat The System and be a good cop, in spite of the fact he occasionally—well maybe more than occasionally—does bad things