The Receptionist, Kate Myles, Thomas & Mercer - There are no heroes in Kate Myles’ novel, “The Receptionist.” Instead, her main characters are despicable, greedy and inhumane people whose sole aim is “monetizing the population” by illegally collecting medical data to sell products.
Tag Archive: murder thrillers
Interview: The Hunting Wives, May Cobb, Berkley Hardcover - Bad, bougie, bawdy, and bored: a recipe for disaster... and murder. THE HUNTING WIVES, (Berkley Hardcover; May 18,2021) by May Cobb.
The Other Mrs., Mary Kubica, Park Row Books - A fresh start. That’s what Dr. Sadie and Professor Will Foust look for when they move their family from Chicago to an island community off the coast of Maine.
The Bone Fire, S. D. Sykes, Pegasus Crime - Oswald de Lacy, Lord Somershill, remembers the Black Death all too well. When the deadly plague returns to England in the year 1361, Oswald takes no chances, conveying his family to the refuge offered by his friend Godfrey, Lord Eden.
Confessions of an Innocent Man, David R. Dow, Dutton - David R. Dow is no stranger to the criminal justice system. As the founder and director of the Texas Innocence Network, which works to exonerate inmates who did not commit the crimes for which they were wrongfully convicted