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The White Van

Written by Patrick Hoffman — This is a story about what happens when people get in way over their heads. The short answer is nothing good. And the long answer, unfolding in this page-turner of a thriller, involves all kinds of bad. At the center…
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Camille

Written by Pierre Lemaitre, translated by Frank Wynne — After taking the tropes of serial killers and kidnappings and turning them on their heads, in his latest book, Camille, bestselling French crime author Pierre Lemaitre takes on the heist story and subverts our expectations completely. This is…
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Uncle Dust

Written by Rob Pierce — Dustin doesn’t hold down an ordinary job – he robs banks to pay the bills. It’s a compulsive cycle with him. Generate some dollars, spend them, steal some more. When we meet Dust he is between jobs, working his way through a suitcase…
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The Scent of New Death

Written by Mike Monson — Phil Gaines is not much of a man. He is scrawny. His skin is pale and hairless. He looks like an unemployed accountant. Despite his physical imperfections, he has one very important skillset. He is a very talented bank robber….
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Sutton

Written by JR Moehringer — First off, Sutton isn’t a crime fiction story per se. It’s a book based on the life of Willie Sutton, a well-known bank robber in New York between World Wars I and II. If you’re looking for a crime thriller,…
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The Survivor

Written by Gregg Hurwitz — The bestselling thriller writer Gregg Hurwitz is back with his latest release. Nate Overbay stands on the ledge of a high rise building, preparing to jump to his death. Suddenly, from a window beside him, he hears gunshots. A bank…
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