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The Last Scoop by RG Belsky

The third RG Belsky crime thriller to feature harried Channel 10 news director Clare Carlson, The Last Scoop puts our heroine in the middle of both a puzzling murder story and the potential exposé of New York political shenanigans (spoiler alert: money is involved). Each…
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Seven Shadows by VS Kemanis

If you’ve read any of VS Kemanis’s previous Dana Hargrove legal thrillers, you’ll be familiar with her lively, interesting cast of characters. There’s Dana, a former prosecutor, now a judge in Manhattan’s criminal court system. There’s Cheryl Hargrove, her sister, a successful actor who plays…
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Back to the Garden

Written by EI Weiner — These days, there’s a bit of a fashion for crime books with song lyrics in their titles and here’s one to add to the list, taking its inspiration from Joni Mitchell’s 1960s classic Woodstock. In this case the choice of…
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The One That Got Away

Written by Joe Clifford — Joe Clifford has an innovative premise for this crime thriller about what turned out to be the last victim of a serial killer who plagued a dreary upstate New York town called Reine. Alex Salerno was 17 when she was…
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A Cold Day In Hell

Written by Lissa Marie Redmond — It’d be a cold day in hell before Buffalo PD Detective Lauren Riley would work for the ‘other side’ and help out her most detested courtroom adversary, lawyer Frank Violanti. They’ve had more than a few moments of conflict…
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A Map of the Dark

Written by Karen Ellis — Elsa Myers is the New York representative for the FBI’s Child Abduction Rapid Deployment Unit in this debut from Karen Ellis. Just as in any missing persons case, the first 24 hours is crucial. The correct response from the police can…
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