Thriller Thursday (4/2/15 Edition)

We’ve got a couple of cozies for you this #ThrillerThursday:

Lorenzo Da Ponte, Mozart’s librettist, must either find a killer or take the fall himself, and spend the opening night of The Marriage of Figaro dangling from an executioner’s noose. “A brisk tempo, a sympathetic hero and a plot as complicated as the beloved opéra bouffe it parallels will make Lebow’s debut resonate with opera lovers and lay readers alike.” — Kirkus Reviews

POISON IVY by Cynthia Riggs
Victoria Trumbull returns for her 11th Martha’s Vineyard Mystery, and on her first day as an adjunct professor, a pair of dead bodies turns up. “The pressures of obtaining tenure and the consequences of failing to do so are highlighted in this cozy with its multiple plotlines and sympathetic, strong-willed main character.” — Booklist

And let’s not forget Steve Berry’s first book with Minotaur, THE PATRIOT THREAT!

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

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