Thriller Thursday (9/18/14 Edition)

What else do these mysteries have in common besides starting with the letter “B”? “M” for MURDER!

BROADCHURCH by Erin Kelly
This “surprisingly well-written and solid thriller” (Library Journal, starred review) novelization of the hit television show Broadchurch follows Detectives Alec Hardy and Ellie Miller as they search for a young boy’s killer in a quiet British seaside town.
(We can’t wait for the U.S. version, Gracepoint!)

THE BLOOD OF AN ENGLISHMAN by M.C. Beaton
In the latest Agatha Raisin, a local amateur theatre company is in the spotlight after one of the actors is murdered during a performance. “Agatha’s 25th is another rollicking mixture of clever mystery-making and love gone wrong.”
Kirkus Reviews

BEYOND THE PALE MOTEL by Francesca Lia Block
A woman with substance abuse issues tries to start over in L.A. only to find she may be caught in the sight of a serial killer. “Block’s latest adult novel is a lush study in sensuality and dread…” — Booklist

BITTER REMEDY by Conor Fitzgerald
Commissario Alec Blume retreats to a villa in central Italy to recover from health problems, but becomes increasingly ill—and ill at ease—in his new environment as he delves into the dark histories of the people around him. “A must for fans of Italian crime fiction.” — Booklist

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