We cannot believe how popular our crime packs are. We can barely keep up with them - 20 great crime/thrillers at $100 is a pretty good deal. So - you asked for it, here is the next crime pack!
This box contains the following 20 titles:
9780340733578Lost in a Good Book: Thursday Next Book 2 By: Jasper Fforde
9781409159407Rather Be the Devil: The superb Rebus No.1 bestseller (Inspector Rebus 21) By: Ian Rankin
9781785659621Half Moon Bay By: Alice LaPlante
9781785657139The Vanishing Season By: Joanna Schaffhausen
9781785656408A Breath After Drowning By: Alice Blanchard
9781785652837Madman Walking By: L. F. Robertson
9780751557794The Sons: The completely thrilling follow-up to crime bestseller The Father By: Anton Svensson
9781474607025A Double Life: 'Psychological suspense has a new reigning queen' By: Flynn Berry
9781785657481I Remember You By: Elisabeth De Mariaffi
9781473662780A Map of the Dark By: Karen Ellis
9780751571370Cold Blood By: Robert Bryndza
9781785656279The Swallows By: Lisa Lutz
9781785659058The Beloveds By: Maureen Lindley
9781444797329We Know You Know: The addictive new thriller from the author of He Said/She Said and Richard & Judy Book Club pick By: Erin Kelly
9781623651695Until Thy Wrath Be Past By: Asa Larsson
9781785657542The Captives By: Debra Jo Immergut
9781681443546Freeze Frame By: Peter May
9781783297085The Fire Pit (Faroes Novel 3) By: Chris Ould
9781471148552The Melody Lingers On By: Mary Higgins Clark
9781785659256Mycroft and Sherlock By: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
So much crime, with new and interesting authors in the mix.
Although no relation to Lynda, Alice LaPlante has written Half Moon Bay, a suspenseful tale about Jane, who moves to the titular town after her daughter dies. A character-driven novel that is as haunting as it is thrilling.
A Breath After Drowning by Alice Blanchard puts us into the mind of child psychiatrist Katie Wolfe as she deals with twists and turns in a pacey read.
Comparisons to Daphne DuMaurier's Rebecca are apt in Maureen Lindley's The Beloveds, which looks at the relationship between two sisters. Managing to find humour in the gothic setting, this is a fantastic piece of writing.
Lisa Lutz writes about pertinent issues in The Swallows as a new teacher manages to investigate a problem between the boys and girls at the school. A fun and scary book.
Number 4 in the Enzo Files, Freeze Frame by Peter May takes you on a ride from country to country as you follow Enzo Macleod solving a cold case. It is just as enjoyable to read as a standalone.
Elisa, Book Grocer