Book Review: To Kill the Truth by Sam Bourne|A terrifying present and a bone-chilling mystery

Blurb (as on Goodreads): Someone is trying to destroy the evidence of history's greatest crimes. Academics and Holocaust survivors dead in mysterious circumstances. Museums and libraries burning. Digital records and irreplaceable proofs lost forever. Former White House operative Maggie Costello has sworn off politics. But when the Governor of Virginia seeks her help to stop the …

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e-ARC Review: The Passengers by John Marrs|The darker side of AI

Blurb (as on Goodreads): Eight self-drive cars set on a collision course. Who lives, who dies? You decide. The new gripping page-turning thriller from the bestselling author of THE ONE - soon to be a major Netflix series.  When someone hacks into the systems of eight self-drive cars, their passengers are set on a fatal collision …

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e-ARC Review: The Truth About Keeping Secrets by Savannah Brown|A story of love, loss and unspoken crimes|

Blurb (as on Goodreads): Sydney's dad is the only psychiatrist for miles around their small Ohio town. He is also unexpectedly dead. Is Sydney crazy, or is it kind of weird that her dad-a guy whose entire job revolved around other peoples' secrets-crashed alone, with no explanation? And why is June Copeland, homecoming queen and the …

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Book Review: Newcomer by Keigo Higashino|Detective Kaga being his usual marvelous self

Blurb (as on Goodreads): Detective Kyoichiro Kaga of the Tokyo Police Department has just been transferred to a new precinct in the Nihonbashi area of Tokyo. Newly arrived, but with a great deal of experience, Kaga is promptly assigned to the team investigating the murder of a woman. But the more he investigates, the greater number …

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eARC Review: Sleep by C. L. Taylor|One person’s need, one person’s obsession

Blurb (as on Goodreads): All Anna wants is to be able to sleep. But crushing insomnia, terrifying night terrors and memories of that terrible night are making it impossible. If only she didn’t feel so guilty… To escape her past, Anna takes a job at a hotel on the remote Scottish island of Rum, but when …

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The Passenger by Lisa Lutz|A runaway, a crime in the past and a betrayal|

Blurb (as on Goodreads): Tanya DuBois doesn’t exist. At least not after an accident leaves her husband dead and thrusts her into the uncomfortably familiar position of Suspect No. 1. She has only one choice: Run. As “Tanya” watches her life recede in the rearview mirror, we realize she was never real to begin with. And …

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Pulse by Michael Harvey|A thriller involving manipulation and entanglement|

Blurb (as on Goodreads): Boston, 1976. In a small apartment above Kenmore Square, sixteen-year-old Daniel Fitzsimmons is listening to his landlord describe a seemingly insane theory about invisible pulses of light and energy that can be harnessed by the human mind. He longs to laugh with his brother Harry about it, but Harry doesn't know he's …

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