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#ThrillerThursday (1/10/19)

Apocalyptic thrillers + female sheriffs + Minneapolis PIs = one exciting #ThrillerThursday!

THE COMING STORM: A Thriller by Mark Alpert
“Using his background in science, Alpert has crafted a tale that begins with the U.S. government ignoring the effects of climate change and then abandoning human rights in a misguided attempt to control the resulting chaos. A frightening apocalypse thriller…”–Booklist

RECEPTOR by Alan Glynn
“Readers who enjoyed Edgar finalist Glynn’s LIMITLESS will welcome this intriguing sequel.”–Publishers Weekly

48 HOURS by William R. Forstchen
“A solar storm known as a coronal mass ejection has struck Earth in this intelligent near-future thriller from bestseller Forstchen (THE FINAL DAY), his best book to date… Fans of apocalyptic thrillers such as the movie Deep Impact will be engrossed.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

THE WIDOWS by Jess Montgomery
“Inspired by the true story of Maude Collins, Ohio’s first female sheriff, and prominent labor and community organizer Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones, Montgomery’s debut novel features two tough-as-nails, strong-willed women whose empathy leaves a lasting impression. A simultaneous examination of women’s rights, coal mining, prohibition, and Appalachian life, make this is a fantastic choice for historical fiction fans.”–Library Journal, starred review

THE VOID PROTOCOL: The ICE Sequence (Volume 3) by F. Paul Wilson
New York Times bestselling author F. Paul Wilson concludes his medical thriller trilogy featuring Rick Hayden and Laura Fanning as they confront the entities responsible for the supernatural events of PANACEA and THE GOD GENE.

FIRST, KILL THE LAWYERS: A Holland Taylor Mystery by David Housewright
“In Edgar winner Housewright’s gripping fifth Holland Taylor mystery (after 2018’s DARKNESS, SING ME A SONG), a coterie of Minneapolis’s top lawyers whose firms’ darkest secrets have been hacked hire the PI and his capable partner, Freddie Fredericks, to prevent the hacker from fulfilling a threat to post the incriminating case files online… This tightly plotted installment with its many twists will satisfy both series fans and newcomers.”–Publishers Weekly

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