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The Eulogist

Written by Jeffrey B Burton — The Eulogist is book three in Jeffrey B Burton’s Agent Drew Cady series. It doesn’t matter if you haven’t read The Chessman or The Lynchpin yet, because it works perfectly well as a stand alone mystery. Any necessary back story…
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The Fix

Written by David Baldacci — The third novel in the series begins with Amos Decker on his way to work one morning at the FBI in Washington, DC. Right outside, he witnesses a murder. Walter Dabney, a contractor with the FBI, shoots school teacher Anne Berkshire in the back of…
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American Quartet

Written by Warren Adler, narrated by Julie Griffin — You can’t help but enjoy the clever criminal lurking behind the scenes in this 1982 classic. Set in Washington, DC, around 1980, a time when I lived in the Nation’s Capital, this police procedural includes many…
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Interview: Warren Adler

Best known as the author who wrote The War of the Roses – adapted for film starring Danny DeVito, Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner – Warren Adler is a writer who has dabbled in a variety of genres. Pschological thrillers, political thrillers, cosy mysteries and…
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Ghosts of Havana

Written by Todd Moss — The long tail of the failed American invasion of Cuba at the Bay of Pigs swings around to sting a married couple in this present-day political thriller – third in a series by former US State Department diplomat Todd Moss. With…
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Murder DC

Written by Neely Tucker — Do you miss The Wire? Does the wait for the next George Pelecanos novel seem endless? Neely Tucker is a welcome find that will comfortably fill the void. His first thriller The Ways of the Dead featured veteran, war-scarred Washington reporter Sully Carter and was well received. Now…
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The Fourth Reich

Written by Helen Goltz — The 70th anniversary of the liberation Auschwitz last week proved that the Holocaust is never far from our minds. Writers of fiction and non-fiction look for ways to understand what drove supposedly civilised people to commit genocide. Helen Goltz’s book is one that…
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