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Naked Came the Florida Man

Former newspaper editor Tim Dorsey has an eye for the telling detail. With #FloridaMorons trending IRL as beach-going in the Sunshine State resumes, you may take special delight in this antic excursion into Florida history, hurricane recovery and a contemporary crime spree by aptly named…
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Naked Came the Florida Man

Written by Tim Dorsey — ‘“Don’t shoot guns into the hurricane.” Elsewhere this would go without saying, but Floridians need to be told.’ So begins Tim Dorsey’s comic crime novel Naked Came the Florida Man. If you live in the United States, you know that…
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Deep Blue Trouble

Written by Steph Broadribb — Lori Anderson, Steph Broadribb’s Florida-based bounty hunter and single mother, returns in Deep Blue Trouble. There’s no rest for Lori as this story begins one week after the events in the author’s debut novel, Deep Down Dead. Old Man Bonchese, head…
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Freefall

Written by Brian Lutterman — Pen Wilkinson has appeared in two previous books in this contemporary amateur sleuth series, and author Brian Lutterman gets points for creating a protagonist who uses a wheelchair. Pen works in the US Attorney’s office in Los Angeles, so does…
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Deep Down Dead

Written by Steph Broadribb — The action thriller never seems to go out of fashion, and fans of writers like Lee Child and David Baldacci seem to welcome each new release with relish. From John Buchan’s The Thirty-Nine Steps through Geoffrey Household’s Rogue Male and on to…
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NTN: Steph Broadribb interviewed

Steph Broadribb is one of the writers you should definitely be watching out for during New Talent November, particularly if you like the kind of action seen in Lee Child’s Jack Reacher series along with a strong female protagonist. Her debut novel Deep Down Dead…
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The Bone Collection

Written by Kathy Reichs — Temperance Brennan has come a long way in 18 books, but readers have never really learned how she got into forensic anthropology in the first place. Until now, that is. Because one of the four novellas that make up Kathy…
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