Chasing the Ripper

Chasing the Ripper is a short single recently published by crime writer and New York Times bestselling author Patricia Cornwell as a follow up to her controversial 2001 book, Portrait of a Killer. The writer supports her earlier arguments in this text and discusses some new information about her subject that offers a fuller portrayal of the man she identified as Jack the Ripper.

The series of murders in London perpetrated by Jack the Ripper in the late 1800s is one of the world’s most famous unsolved crimes. As Cornwall states in her original book, the most likely candidate for a suspect is renowned British …

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The Last Anniversary

The Last Anniversary is a 2010 release by Liane Moriarty, a rising voice in the contemporary fiction scene. This novel, which features a cast of eccentric characters in a small-town story of finding lost love, has earned some admiration from readers and is available right now for an incredible bargain.

Years ago, Sophie Honeywell lost the love of Thomas Gordon by breaking his heart on the day he was planning to propose marriage. She wonders if he was the one that got away, but when he marries his travel agent one year after Sophie dumps him, he appears to be gone …

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Ghostly Paws (The Mystic Notch Cozy Mystery Series, Book #1)

Ghostly Paws is a recent novel out from mystery writer Leighann Dobbs and the first in her Mystic Notch Cozy Mystery series. This story explores the quaint yet spooky town of Mystic Notch and follows one woman who must figure out an unsolved murder so that the deceased’s spirit can be at peace.

After Wilhelmina Chance survives a near scrape with death, the crime journalist is left with the strange ability to see ghosts. This gift stays with her through a messy divorce that sends her shipping off to her hometown, Mystic Notch, a tiny New Hampshire community stowed away in …

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Captivated By You (The Crossfire Series, Book #4)

Captivated By You is the most recent novel from New York Times bestselling author Sylvia Day and the fourth in her Crossfire series of adult romances. This novel continues the story of the tumultuous romance between two protagonists who might not be able to live with or without each other.

Gideon and Eva thought that their relationship was solidified, but after a short period of peace between the lovers, a wedge is being driven between the two by a former lover of Eva’s. Eva had previously thought that door was shut for good, but she finds herself drawn to the physical chemistry …

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Belong to Me

Belong to Me is a New York Times bestselling novel from Marisa de los Santos, her second novel featuring the character of Cornelia Brown, who has left city life behind her to try building a life with her husband in suburbia. This story is told from the points of view of three women whose lives intersect in this small town.

After following the sudden urge to flee the city with her husband, Cornelia finds herself working to fit in with the society of her small town. Her confidence is put to the test when she meets Piper Truitt, the model of the …

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Ice Cold (The Rizzoli & Isles Series, Book #8)

Ice Cold is a recent novel written by mystery and thriller writer Tess Gerritsen and the eighth in her Rizzoli & Isles, which features harrowing stories that follow medical examiner Maura Isles and homicide detective Jane Rizzoli. This story, which focuses heavily on Isles, takes readers to the remote Wyoming countryside and a ghost town which may contain more than empty houses.

Maura Isles is taking some personal time as fall draws to a close to enjoy a little Wyoming skiing. Her pathologists’ conference just ended and she takes off in an SUV with a college friend, his teenage daughter and …

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Revival: A Novel

Revival is the latest novel released under the name of internationally renowned horror and suspense writer Stephen King, whose work has won awards and adulating recognition from the likes of the International Thriller Writers Association and The New York Times Book Review. This epic story starts off in a small New England town taken with religious fervor and spans years towards a fateful encounter between a minister and a small child who grows into a troubled adult.

Jamie Morton is a young boy playing outside with toy soldiers when he is shocked to discover a stranger standing over him. The man is …

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All the Light We Cannot See: A Novel

All the Light We Cannot See is a recent release from award-winning writer Anthony Doerr and a finalist for the 2014 National Book Award. This World War II-era story follows the fortunes of a young man and woman caught on either side of the struggle whose paths converge at a walled citadel in the French countryside.

At the age of six, Marie-Laure is stricken with blindness. However, her father, master of locks at Paris’s Museum of Natural History, builds her a perfect miniature replica of their neighborhood that she can memorize through touch. Another six years pass before the Nazis invade …

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The Glassblower (The Glassblower Trilogy, Book #1)

The Glassblower is the most recent novel out from German historical fiction author Petra Durst-Benning and the first in the trilogy of the same name. Translated into English by Samuel Willcocks, this title features a story about a trio of sisters who must band together in the face of a sudden and tragic loss to keep the family legacy alive.

In a tiny, idyllic village in the German countryside, sisters Johanna, Ruth and Marie Steinmann are thrown into dismal circumstances when their father, Joost, passes away in his sleep. With the man who raised them by himself all these years gone, …

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A Pint of Murder (The Madoc and Janet Rhys Mysteries, Book #1)

A Pint of Murder is a novel written by suspense author Charlotte MacLeod and the first in that writer’s Madoc and Janet Rhys mystery series. This quaint mystery set in the Canadian countryside follows an odd but investigative pair who must find out who has been poisoning the food of local residents.

For forty years, Agatha Treadway has been canning her own food ever since her husband died after consuming a can of tomatoes from the supermarket. That’s one reason why so many people are perplexed that this canning expert would be poisoned by her own green beans. When Janet is …

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The Burning Room (The Harry Bosch Series, Book #19)

The Burning Room is the latest novel out from New York Times bestselling author Michael Connelly, a crime and mystery writer who has earned international acclaim for his work. This title follows a complicated development in a cold case that sets the lead detective of this series on a path towards some dangerous answers to his questions.

Ten years after a man was caught by a stray bullet, he dies, landing the cold case squarely in the lap of Harry Bosch. Working with rookie Lucia Soto, a rising star within the LAPD’s Open-Unsolved Unit, Bosch gets access to evidence no one has …

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Blood Magick (The Cousins O’Dwyer Trilogy, Book #3)

Blood Magick is the latest book written by New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts and the final title in her Cousins O’Dwyer trilogy. This title continues the stories of fantasy and witchcraft set in the Irish countryside while focusing on a burgeoning romance between two people whose families are separated by a blood feud.

As the proprietor of The Dark Witch, a gift shop for tourists visiting County Mayo, Branna O’Dwyer has successfully eked out an existence for herself. She’s been able to hold together a close circle of friends and family over the years but romance seems to have left her …

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Yes Please

Yes Please is the debut title penned by actress Amy Poehler, a Golden Globe novel and a two-time Primetime Emmy nominee. This collection of personal writings from the current star of NBC’s Parks and Recreation is equal parts memoir and humor writing and will give fans of the comedian plenty of material about Poehler’s real life to enjoy.

As a professional writer, comedian and actress, Poehler has had a fairly successful career. Beginning with her studies of comedic improv at The Second City in Chicago, Poehler went on to earn renown both for her role in Parks and Recreation as well as her previous work …

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Raven Black (The Shetland Island Quartet, Book #1)

Raven Black is the first book in the Shetland Island quartet series written by mystery and suspense writer Ann Cleeves, a previous winner of the Duncan Lawrie Dagger award for crime writing. The events set in motion by this novel take readers deep into the heart of some dark mysteries set in the sometimes harrowing setting of the Scottish Shetland Islands.

It’s New Years Eve, and a local eccentric, Magnus Tait, is hosting a party that no one attends. That becomes a problem for Magnus when he falls under suspicion of having murdered a local girl that night. Making matters worse, Magnus …

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