An Agatha Christie adaptation, an NYC historical mystery, and a Munchhausen by proxy thriller… welcome to Thriller Thursday!
THEY ALL FALL DOWN by Rachel Howzell Hall
“[A] cleverly updated version of Agatha Christie’s AND THEN THERE WERE NONE…. Hall slips from funny to darkly frightening with elegant ease.”–Publishers Weekly
DEATH OF A NEW AMERICAN by Mariah Fredericks
“With an astute amateur sleuth whose evaluation of the roles and positions of women is a crucial element, and a topical story line that emphasizes the immigrant experience and women’s lives, this title comes highly recommended”–Library Journal, starred review, Pick of the Month
“Fredericks has a sharp eye for the complexities of human nature and how even good people are capable of committing terrible deeds to protect the ones they love. This is a touching portrait of early-20th-century New York in all its glory and ugliness.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review
SAVING MEGHAN by D.J. Palmer
“Daniel Palmer (THE FIRST FAMILY) makes his debut as D.J. Palmer with this page-turning medical thriller… Is it Munchhausen by proxy or is Meghan gravely ill? Palmer’s take on a dark and fascinating topic will keep the reader wondering to the very end.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review