Fiction from Baxter, Grafton, Sharp, Todd, Debuter Nugent, and a Mystery Anthology from Penzler | Xpress Reviews

Baxter’s second take on Wells is appropriate for young adult audiences; for book lovers, short story readers; enjoy Grafton’s California sleuthing sister; for fans of domestic suspense; series fans and Lee Child aficionados will appreciate Sharp’s latest; the new Todd title is flawed but still enjoyable for series fans

New Mysteries Starring Familiar Faces | Wyatt’s World

Late July and early August see a return of characters many readers know well—as recurring sleuths in crime novels reappear to take on new cases.

Top Suspense Novels Defy Boundaries | Day of Dialog 2015

“Exciting,” “addictive, and “believable” are but a few of the adjectives presenters at the “Top Thrills” panel at LJ’s 18th annual Day of Dialog used to describe their latest books, among the season’s best suspense and mystery novels.

Xpress Reviews: Audiobooks | First Look at New Books, September 27, 2013

When Venice ruled the seas, historical fiction, Läckberg brings back Patrik Hedström, an examination of memory from Olsson, Todd offers Proof of Guilt, and more Star Wars action from Zahn

Xpress Reviews: Fiction | First Look at New Books, October 19, 2012

World War II from Antoni and a World War I holiday tale from Todd, plus a debut for chick lit and romance fans, and another shade of Day (Sylvia, that is)