The November Edition of the Big Thrill

In this issue, New York Times bestselling author Lee Child takes us back to the past with a new Reacher thriller, C. J. Lyons shares why she loves the dark side of YA, and Sara Paretsky gives insight into her formidable career. In Neil Nyren’s spotlight, he takes a look at Sarah Meuleman’s “unusual” novel and in Africa Scene, Michael Sears interviews Paul Hardisty. Plus, we get the scoop on hot new releases from Wendy Webb, Robert Rotstein, Vicki Delany and 31 others!


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On the cusp of pot legalization in California, Jerry runs afoul of some San Francisco bikers in the marijuana game. He flees straight up Highway 101 t…

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