Audiobooks from Craig, Finder, Goodman, Hawkins, and Sincero | Xpress Reviews

Only for true fans of this type of humor; finder’s latest is “highly optional”; unwieldy narrative threads ultimately demand more work than they offer enlightenment; no plot or production missteps will deter Hawkins’s vast audience from demanding access; this motivational book will be popular with Sincero fans

Fiction from Backman, Brown, Finder, Gutcheon, Hilderbrand, Kaye, & Mackay | Xpress Reviews

LibraryReads top pick Backman, a consistently timely thriller from Finder, Gutcheon launches a new series of traditional cozies, Hilderbrand writes another beachy family drama, Kaye hits the rising popularity of MCs in romance, debuter McCluskey succeeds in handling parental grief, Mackay’s compelling modern noir

Audiobooks from Chase, Finder, Hubbard, and McEwen & Koloniar| Xpress Reviews

A dressmaker finds love, a suspenseful thriller for all collections, a solid Hubbard for lovers of war stories, a work for those who enjoy military thrillers

Traveling Booklandia | What We’re Reading

Suspicion

We’re inspired by maps and Travellers, music and muses, Italian wives, everymen in danger, and magical realism vs. scientific worldbuilding this week.

Killer Thrillers

Reviews of Joseph Finder’s Suspicion, Nicci French’s Waiting for Wednesday, Samantha Hayes’s Until You’re Mine, Karen Perry’s The Innocent Sleep, and Michael Robotham’s Watching You from the February 1 issue.

Joe Finder's Secret to Writing in the Internet Age

Joe Finder's Secret to Writing in the Internet Age