Michael Brandman “Robert B. Parker’s Fool Me Twice”

September 18th, 2012

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Chief Jesse Stone of the Paradise, Massachusetts Police Department has a summer of trouble.

First there’s the Hollywood film crew that’s come to town – cast, crew. a troubled and possibly threatened young star.

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Then there’s a terrifying collision caused by a distracted, texting teenage driver, whose wealthy parents are Trouble Part Two for Jesse.

And then there’s even an environmental crisis looming.

That’s the scenario in “Robert B. Parker’s Fool Me Twice” written by his longtime collaborator Michael Brandman.

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Ellen Crosby “The Sauvignon Secret”

August 22nd, 2011

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Virginia winemaker Lucie Montgomery is drawn into another mysterious death — murder? suicide? — practically in her own backyard, in Ellen Crosby‘s new mystery “The Sauvignon Secret.”

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Continuing her popular series set in Virginia wine country, Crosby plunges Lucie into something more than just the discovery of a dead body. There are secrets aplenty surrounding this case, and more danger than ever as the story unfolds and sends her to Northern California in search of answers.

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Linda Fairstein “Silent Mercy”

April 11th, 2011

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After a 20-year career as head of the Manhattan DA’s sex crimes unit, Linda Fairstein has now been a bestselling mystery writer for nearly that long. And nothing makes her flinch, including the prospect of taking on organized religion, as she has New York ADA Alex Cooper do in “Silent Mercy.”

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Within the span of a few days, a headless, burning corpse has shown up on the steps of a Harlem church that was once a synagogue, and an equally-dead body is found at a cathedral in Little Italy. Both victims, women who were outspoken about the role of women in religion. Alex and her police detective colleagues — including, yes, Mike Chapman — find that this is not the “hate crime” it initially looks like.

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Walter Mosley “When the Thrill Is Gone”

April 6th, 2011

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Contemporary New York City is a tough place for an ex-con private eye to get along. And Leonid McGill, the protagonist in Walter Mosley‘s series, is getting along in spite of it. In Mosley’s thriller — actually titled “When the Thrill is Gone” — McGill reluctantly takes on a new client, a character Philip Marlowe might have loved:

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A beautiful woman walks into his office with a pile of money and a problem. Chrystal Tyler is convinced her billionaire husband is about to kill her, and would McGill be kind enough to help her? Cash is cash, and McGill needs some, but the case is going to be a lot more difficult than he’d anticipated.

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But then, you already figured that out, didn’t you?

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Laurie R. King “The God of the Hive”

May 2nd, 2010

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The legendary but fading Sherlock Holmes gets a steady and helping hand from brilliiant young wife Mary Russell in Laurie R. King‘s popular series of mysteries.

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The tenth installment, “The God of the Hive,” picks up right where the previous book, “The Language of Bees” left off, as Russell and Holmes scatter to points distant to keep their family safe and intact.

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