Mystery

Detour to Murder by Jeff Sherratt

detour-to-murder.jpgFans of Jeff Sherratt’s mystery series have come to expect certain things from his novels. Jimmy O’Brien books are clever, gripping, and addictive. Known for their multi-layered suspense, Sherratt’s novels immerse the reader in the politics, society, and industry of Los Angeles in the 1970s, all the while maintaining a style more reminiscent of 1940s who-dunnit narratives than anything else. They’re classy, surprising, and endearing – in a murder mystery kind of way.
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A Cutthroat Business by Bente Gallagher

a-cutthroat-business.jpgBy Bente Gallagher

Recently, Bente Gallagher sent The Big Thrill the following interview about her new novel, A Cutthroat Business.

Tell us about the new book.

It’s the first book in a new series, featuring recovering Southern Belle Savannah Martin. Savannah has always been a good girl, always doing what was expected, fully expecting that if she does everything perfectly, everything will fall into place in its turn. When things don’t work out that way, she starts reassessing everything she’s always believed to be the truth and starts to build the kind of life she wants, not the one she’s expected to have. She gets her real estate license and starts plying her trade, and pretty much immediately finds herself tangled up in a murder mystery, when one of her colleagues is murdered in an empty house and Savannah is the one who stumbles over the body. It’s a part mystery, part romance, part suspense novel, with – according to one early reader – “enough wit and sexual chemistry to rival Janet Evanovich.” Can’t ask for better than that!
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The Hanging Tree by Bryan Gruley

the-hanging-tree.jpgBy Terry DiDomenico

Just the name fires up the imagination – Starvation Lake.

Even better, it’s a real place – a small town in Michigan that has folklore of its own. And following the dictum to write what you know, newcomer Bryan Gruley used the locale as the setting for his suspense novels, starting with last year’s Starvation Lake and continuing with this month’s release The Hanging Tree.
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