Fiction from Burke Fille, Moore, Reynolds, Winslow, and Winspear | Xpress Reviews

Edgar-nominated Burke has written a timely, riveting, and deeply resonant psychological suspense novel; readers of noir mysteries will adore this title; fans of sf will definitely want to pick up this title; a very entertaining and readable thriller that can hold its own with the best of the current crop; Winspear has created another rich reading experience for Maisie’s many fans

Righting Past Wrongs: Alafair Burke’s The Ex

In Burke’s 11th novel, Olivia Randall’s once great love, Jack Harris—whose heart she broke when they were young but old enough for her to carry the guilt all these years later—returns in the most unexpected way.

Editors’ Picks | Day of Dialog 2015

From a double biography of two of the 20th century’s most famous women (Karin Wieland’s Dietrich & Riefenstahl: Hollywood, Berlin, and a Century in Two Lives, Liveright: Norton, Oct.) to an ambitious 900-page debut novel set in 1970s New York City (Garth Risk Hallberg’s City on Fire, Knopf, Oct.), many of the key forthcoming fall […]

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