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2018 Anthony Award Nominees

Happy #ThrillerThursday! First, congratulations to our 2018 Anthony Award nominees:

Best Novel
GLASS HOUSES by Louise Penny

Best First Novel
THE LAST PLACE YOU LOOK by Kristen Lepionka
THE DRY by Jane Harper

Bill Crider Award for Best Novel in a Series
GLASS HOUSES by Louise Penny

The winners will be announced on September 8 at Bouchercon in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Now on to our new releases:

LAST INSTRUCTIONS by Nir Hezroni
“Hezroni builds on the characters and setup of 2017’s THREE ENVELOPES in this nail-biter centered on the desperate efforts of an ultrasecret Israeli intelligence group, known simply as the Organization, to stop a sociopathic rogue operative. Thriller fans will be enthralled as well as disturbed.” — Publishers Weekly, starred review

THE SHADOW KILLER by Arnaldur Indridason
In the second book in the compelling new series following November 2017 LibraryReads pick THE SHADOW DISTRICT, Flóvent and Thorson’s murder investigation will lead them down a path darker than either of them expected, and force them to reckon with their own demons. “Indridason’s voice, straightforward and tinged with sadness, works particularly well here, as he coaxes out tragic secrets and captures the occupation’s impact with intriguing period detail, particularly the social impact of Reykjavik’s emerging nightlife and the Icelandic Nationalist Party’s Nazi legacy.” — Booklist

A HOWL OF WOLVES by Judith Flanders
“The fourth Sam Clair mystery builds on the strengths of the first three—Flanders’ easygoing writing style, her clever plotting, and the presence of the engaging lead, Sam, who continues to impress with her nimble intellect and resilient personality. This is a series that belongs in the hands of Rhys Bowen readers.” — Booklist

TOM CLANCY’S OP CENTER: FOR HONOR by Jeff Rovin
Also available in audio
In this chilling new thriller in the New York Times bestselling series, simmering tensions threaten to ignite when a silo of Cold War missiles surfaces in the Middle East. “Where Rovin really shines is in the laying out the various pieces of his plot puzzle until all the elements seamlessly click into place and the book races to the finish. Clancy (1947–2013) would be proud.” — Publishers Weekly

What are you reading this #ThrillerThursday? Share your picks with us @MacmillanLib.

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