Janey Mack’s Debut of the Month, Cathy Ace, Ray Daniel, Glenis Wilson, plus Series Lineup | Mystery Reviews, June 1, 2015

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Mystery buffs will be swept up in Mack’s ingenious and well-crafted plot; Ace launches a gratifying contemporary series in the traditional British manner; Daniel’s crisp writing and engaging plot make for a corker of a mystery

E-Originals from Berry & Co., Grothaus, Hassell, & Platt | Xpress Reviews

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A charming quartet about a wedding-gone-wrong, the usual will they/won’t they is entertaining in Grothaus’s latest, vibrant characters from Hassell, Platt’s next “Farthingale” story is engaging from beginning to end

E.L. James Announces New 50 Shades Book

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On June 1, 2015, bestselling author E.L. James announced a much-awaited, highly-demanded follow up to her explosive Fifty Shades of Grey novels.

E-Originals from Austin, Cutler, Everett, and Sfetsos | Xpress Reviews

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An entertaining series opener from Austin, friendship and life decisions from Cutler, a historical “marriage act” will have Everett’s readers invested, a high-octane sf/Western/romance saga from Sfetsos

Hot Summertime Reads

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Grab an iced tea and one of these genre fiction favorites.

Hawkins’s Debut of the Month, Nnedi Okorafor, Natasha Pulley, plus New Series Lineup | SF/Fantasy Reviews, May 15, 2015

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Readers often divide the fantasy genre into two camps: epic and urban. This month’s selections reveal that there is a lot more variety than such an accepted duality would imply.

E-Originals from Barnard, Downs, Lake, and Martin | Xpress Reviews

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A strong new adult series entry, a quick ghost story, a winning read with an unusual setting, and a high-stakes story that is light on the loving

E-Originals from Cosby, Harper, & Silver | Xpress Reviews

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A 13th-century Scottish marriage of protection, keeping “Secrets” in the third title in Harper’s series, Silver does a great job of tying her two stories together

Mr. Mercedes Snags Best Novel | Edgar Awards 2015

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Mr. Mercedes, Stephen King’s foray into hard-boiled crime fiction, was named the Best Novel at the Mystery Writers of America’s 69th Annual Edgar Awards banquet.

Levy’s Debut of the Month, Crime Fiction from Sf’s Green, MacBride’s New Logan McRae, plus Series Lineup | Mystery Reviews, May 1, 2015

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Levy offers a thought-­provoking look at life for women in the late 19th century, Green’s first foray into more traditional crime fiction will delight mystery readers, aficionados of gritty British procedurals will enjoy MacBride’s recommended series.