Thriller Thursday (7/23/15 Edition)

A scientist, a dog-loving lawyer and a detective walk into a #ThrillerThursday roundup…

THE FLICKER MEN by Ted Kosmatka
In this SF thriller, a struggling physicist looking to salvage his career redoes a classic physics experiment and discovers the result has devastating philosophical implications for humanity. It’s also a Publishers Weekly Best of Summer 2015 selection and has two starred reviews, including this one from Library Journal: “This well-written and fast-paced scientific thriller builds into beautiful and suspenseful crescendo until the climax in the final chapters. It will leave readers wondering about the possibilities of this world and others.”

WHO LET THE DOG OUT? by David Rosenfelt
Dog-loving lawyer Andy Carpenter returns for his 13th mystery where he finds a missing dog at a gruesome crime scene. “Readers familiar with Andy Carpenter mysteries will discover that Rosenfelt has a solid formula, and the end result is like eating ice cream on a hot day—satisfying to the very end.” — Associated Press

BELIEVE NO ONE by A.D. Garrett
In this pulse-pounding follow up to EVERYONE LIES, DCI Kate Simms and forensic expert Nick Fennimore find themselves in a race to find a serial killer before he strikes again. “Recommended for readers who like their British procedurals and forensic thrillers dark and bloody.” — Library Journal

Share your reads with us @MacmillanLib this #ThrillerThursday.

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