Articles tagged "Theresa Schwegel"

#thrillerthursday (07/06/17)

It’s #thrillerthursday and we’re reading:

The Lake by Lotte Hammer and Søren Hammer

“Simonsen is as brilliant yet fallible as ever in a piece of Nordic noir that will leave readers chilled to the bone, even though it is set in spring and the thaw is on . . . THE LAKE scores highly as both a police procedural and an enthralling, sometimes appalling study of depravity and heartlessness.”–Booklist

“Searing…” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

The Lies We Tell by Theresa Schwegel

“Nuanced, thought-provoking crime novel… Schwegel fleshes out a slow-burning plot with compelling portraiture as she addresses larger questions about the nexus of profitability and care among society’s most vulnerable.”–Publishers Weekly

“For fans of Karin Slaughter and crime novels headed by flawed protagonists.”–Library Journal

Unit 416 by J. Leon Pridgen II and A. John Vinci

Five tough as nails men. One hard-assed Sergeant. The only chance to change their lives. These are the men of Unit 416. Push them hard and they push harder.  Things are about to get deadly―but with the skill and swagger of Unit 416, no mission is impossible…

Read the Q&A with author  J. Leon Pridgen II here.

Thriller Thursday (11/7/13 Edition)

We've got a jam packed #ThrillerThursday for you today:

AN OLD BETRAYAL by Charles Finch
In the seventh book of Finch’s bestselling Victorian mystery series, a case of mistaken identity has Charles Lenox playing for his highest stakes yet: the safety of Queen Victoria herself. Booklist called it, “A fine addition to this impressive series.” 

THE RAVEN'S EYE by Barry Maitland
Maitland's latest in his DCI David Brock and DI Kathy Kolla of Scotland Yard series hit #8 on the November LibraryReads list! "Great recommendation for fans of Ruth Rendell, Elizabeth George, early Martha Grimes and Deborah Crombie.” —Janet Lockhart, Wake County Public Libraries, Cary NC

THE GOOD BOY by Theresa Schwegel
In Edgar Award–winner Schwegel's new "nail-biter" (Publishers Weekly), a young boy witnesses a shooting and goes on the run with the only friend he trusts—his dad's police dog.

A NASTY PIECE OF WORK by Robert Littell
Espionage writer Littell turns his talent to crime fiction in a novel that's "Brainy when it needs to be, arch at every conceivable opportunity and good-natured.” — Kirkus Reviews

BEFORE I BURN by Gaute Heivoll
Heivoll's novel is inspired by a real-life arson spree that deeply affected him as he grew up in Norway. In a starred, boxed review, Publishers Weekly called it, "A compulsively readable novel about identity and the increasingly blurred line between art and reality."

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