Thriller Thursday (5/1/14 Edition)

May day, May day! We're desperately lost in these great new mysteries: 

BLACK LIES, RED BLOOD by Kjell Eriksson
Swedish Detective Ann Lindell is excited about her new romance—that is, until her lover is identified as a suspect in a homeless man's murder...and disappears. “Eriksson, nominated five times for Sweden’s best crime novel award, effectively combines procedural and psychological detail in this involving mystery.” — Booklist 

MURDER ON THE HOOF by Kathryn O'Sullivan
In this delightfully cozy sequel to FOAL PLAY, Fire Chief Colleen McCabe must find a murderer who is targeting actors in the local community theatre production. “An amiable mystery, sure to interest fans of Margaret Maron’s Deborah Knott series, also set in North Carolina.” — Booklist

EVERY HIDDEN FEAR by Linda Rodriguez
In award-winner Linda Rodriguez's new Skeet Bannion mystery, the half-Cherokee heroine grapples with murder and tricky family ties. “A local bad boy returns to town, reveals long-held secrets, which results in his murder. Police officer Skeet must unravel a complicated family drama to save a teenager's life. This third engrossing title is set in Missouri, near Kansas City.” — Library Journal 

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