Lies We Bury, Elle Marr, Thomas & Mercer - The first seven years of Marissa Mo’s childhood were spent in a basement prison where she lived with Mamas Rosemary, Nora and Bethel, and her siblings Jenessa and Lily.
Author Archives for Cynthianna Matthews
Bad Moon Rising, John Galligan, Atria Books - Bad Axe County Sheriff Heidi Kick’s problems rise, along with the temperatures in her corner of Wisconsin, when the murdered body of a young homeless man is found by the road.
The Last Green Valley, Mark Sullivan, Lake Union - Adeline and Emil Martel and their two young sons are Volksdeutsche, descendants of German immigrants encouraged by Catherine the Great to settle in southern Ukraine.
The Newcomer, Mary Kay Andrews, St. Martin Press - Letty Carnahan opened the door to her sister’s expensive New York townhouse to find Tanya dead and the beginning of a whole heap of trouble.
Spin, Patricia Cornwell, Thomas & Mercer - NASA scientist and investigator Captain Calli Chase has a serious task on her hands when she investigates the sabotage of a rocket launch. Shadowy tech billionaire Neva Rong is in the frame for causing the crash.
Never After, Melissa De La Cruz, Roaring Brook Press - Filomena Jefferson-Cho of North Pasadena, California, feels her life is stifling. Her adoptive parents are way over-protective, hardly daring to allow Filomena out of their sight.
A Stranger at the Door, Jason Pinter, Thomas & Mercer - After their harrowing adventures in Hide Away, police consultant Rachel Marin and her young family are settled in the city of Ashby.
Bone Canyon, Lee Goldberg, Thomas & Mercer - Rookie Los Angeles Sheriff Department Detective Eve Ronin gained her rapid career advancement thanks to leverage created by media exposure—one incident earned her the nickname "Deathfist."
Review: Every Last Secret, A. R. Torre, Thomas & Mercer - Cat Winthorpe has it all. William, her gorgeous husband of thirteen years, runs his own highly successful tech company.
Review: Leif and the Fall, Allison and Adam Grant, Dial Books - Every leaf must fall come the autumn, but Leif is different. He's a leaf who is afraid of falling from his tree.