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Thriller Thursday (4/26/18 Edition)

Sleuths abound in today’s #ThrillerThursday reads!

ANTIQUE BLUES by Jane K. Cleland
Josie Prescott must confront suspicious antiques dealers and her own friend’s killer in the twelfth mystery in this beloved cozy series set in New Hampshire. “The 12th title in Cleland’s character-driven series is as fascinating as its predecessors with plenty of details that capture the excitement of the hunt for the history and provenance of particular art objects. Also appealing are the engaging and sympathetic characters who bring warmth to this cozy mystery.” — Library Journal, starred review

SHATTERED MIRROR by Iris Johansen
When forensic sculptor Eve Duncan receives a package containing a skull, her reconstruction reveals a beautiful woman’s faces. But when Eve is introduced to the dead woman’s mirror image, a game is on where her twin’s life hangs in the balance. “Fans of paranormal suspense will be rewarded.” — Publishers Weekly

THE GLASS ROOM by Ann Cleeves
Also available in trade paperback
From CWA Diamond Dagger Award winner Ann Cleeves comes the fifth book in the Vera Stanhope series, published for the first time in the US. “Cleeves crafts a subtle, complex mystery, and the curmudgeonly Vera and her distinctive view of the world make this series stand out in a crowded genre.” — Publishers Weekly

THE FLEUR DE SEL MURDERS by Jean-Luc Bannalec
Commissaire Dupin is back on the case in this atmospheric mystery from international bestselling author Jean-Luc Bannalec. “Bannelec’s Breton adventures are some of the best French local color going, with a deft blend of puzzle, personality, and description of the indescribable.” — Kirkus Reviews

THE MARMALADE MURDERS by Elizabeth J. Duncan
The competition is friendly and just a little fierce at the annual Llanelen agricultural show, but this year, there’s a new show category: murder. It’s up to local artist, spa owner, and amateur sleuth Penny Brannigan to find the killer. “One of Duncan’s best mysteries, with plenty of suspects and motives but no easy answers to whodunit.” — Kirkus Reviews

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