Garrett’s Debut of the Month, Alber, Bowen, Mrazek, Steiner, Penny, plus Newcomers Backlund and Johns | Mystery Reviews

Summer reading season is well underway, and this month’s titles offer opportunities to visit Hollywood, tour our nation’s capital, book some murderous European travel, and literally go to the dogs with a pack of ­canine-themed detective novels that are sure to have fans sitting up and begging for more.

LibraryReads June 2016

The June LibraryReads list is headlined by a delightful, modern reinvention of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew by Anne Tyler

Pushing Boundaries, Getting Lost, Cooking Like a Man | Books for Dudes

Heavy BFD favorite categories and books that push our boundaries in this month’s column.

Audiobooks from Adler-Olsen, Doiron, Douglas, & Sloan | Xpress Reviews

For Scandinavian crime fiction fans, mystery fans will dig The Bone Orchard, highly recommended especially for those located in the Big Apple, erotica with reservations, thriller fans get to revisit a 1980s TV series

Xpress Reviews: Audiobooks | First Look at New Books, January 17, 2014

Complicated fiction from Barlow, more of Father Anselm, crossing the nation with Caputo, a horrific animal-related crime in Maine, Osteen on eliminating barriers, two earnest physicians fighting for health care