Fiction from Dazieri, Fox, Mackintosh, Margolin, O’Flanagan, and St. James, plus Debuter Hunter | Xpress Reviews

Damaged characters struggle amid blood and guts to discover the truth behind horrific events; for those who enjoy gritty, graphic mysteries; a multilayered British debut police procedural will hook readers; readers will draw parallels to other authors famous for their plot twists; this essential women’s fiction read is a page-turner that does not disappoint; just creepy enough to keep readers satisfyingly on edge

Period Pieces

Recent historical fiction.

Xpress Reviews: Audiobooks | First Look at New Books, August 16, 2013

Atmospherics from Grecian, Guthrie climbs These Thousand Hills, Lescroart returns to familiar but popular ground, Margolin displays some engaging Sleight of Hand, Rutherfurd conveys the City of Light