Five great new mysteries and thrillers to look forward to this spring

Find intrigue, suspense — and an escape! — in new books by Linwood Barclay, Nancy Tucker, M.L. Longworth and more. Continue reading at 'The Washington Post'

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The 5 best new thrillers and mysteries to read in June

Among our picks: ‘The Other Black Girl,’ by Zakiya Dalila Harris and ‘Hairpin Bridge’ by Taylor Adams Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Eight thrillers and mysteries to read this summer

‘Blacktop Wasteland’ author S.A. Cosby recommends books that will keep you on the edge of your lawn chair. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Five excellent new thrillers and mysteries take us back to the pre-covid-19 era

Val McDermid, Brad Parks and Ann Cleeves have new novels to distract readers from reality. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Five new thrillers and mysteries that are perfect for the beach — or the bunker

Among the picks: Karin Slaughter’s latest novel featuring Sara Linton and Will Trent. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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You’re not alone: Thrillers and mysteries that also feature characters stuck in isolation

“The Guest List” and “The Safe Place,” among other novels, are entertaining reminders that life in lockdown is a long way from paradise. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Escapist reads: New and upcoming mysteries and thrillers

Get caught up in the intrigue and exotic locales, courtesy of John Grisham, Sara Paretsky and more. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Enemy Lines: Mysteries & Thrillers 2020

PW speaks with authors of military, espionage, and political fiction about keeping the thrill alive. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Blake’s Progress: Mysteries & Thrillers 2020

After decades in the shadows, a literary detective returns to the scene of the crime. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Border Disorder: Mysteries & Thrillers 2020

PW spoke with authors whose forthcoming books cover the often uneasy ground where the U.S. and Mexico meet. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Five new thrillers and mysteries to help escape reality — or see it in another light

An eerily portentous action thriller, a moody crime novel, a trip back in time, a P.I. on the brink and more. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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The best thrillers and mysteries of 2019

Kate Atkinson, John Grisham and Andrea Camilleri, among others, deliver nail-biting must-reads. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Mystery publisher's thriller snapped up worldwide

Harvill Secker has paid a six-figure sum for a thriller written by "a member of the publishing workforce" under the pseudonym Jessica Barry. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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BookCon Adds Sci-Fi, Mystery and Thriller Authors to Adult Lineup

ReedPOP has unveiled a lineup of science fiction, mystery and thriller authors for BookCon 2018, which includes such authors as David Baldacci, Sandra Brown, Brad Meltzer, and Walter Mosley. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Why this year's Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue cover is a great leap forward

The annual showbiz gatefold tableau, an Annie Leibovitz shot of the cream of the film world wearing funny-looking clothes, has finally overcome its past shortcomingsAwards season breaks into a gallop with the first peek at Vanity Fair's Hollywood Issue, second only to the Superbowl as an annual... Continue reading at The Guardian

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The Great Courses’ Great 30th Year

As it enters its fourth decade, the Great Courses, the Teaching Company’s educational audio and video publisher, has increased its focus on digital video content and distribution—all while inking new deals with such partners as Penguin Random House and Scientific American. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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In these new audiobooks, a great tale is matched with a great narrator

For your listening pleasure, books by John le Carré, Marion Winik and Lynne Truss Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Shutterfly photo book review: Great photos, not-so-great editor

Founded in 1999, Shutterfly has been in the online photo printing business the longest among all its DIY photo book competitors. It’s very popular, with millions of customers ordering photo books, prints, cards, and other photo products every year.When it comes to photo books, Shutterfly offers... Continue reading at PC World

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Alan Rusbridger | Journalism can be anything—that is its great strength, or great weakness

As the editor of the Guardian through a period of tumultuous industry change, Alan Rusbridger says that the news sector needs to be fixed. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Darwin's great-great-grandson opens 'treasure trove' of rare books

Charles Darwin’s great-great-grandson has created a “treasure trove” of rare, first edition and antiquarian books from the archives of his emporium store in Somerset. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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