Thriller Thursday (3/12/20)

A town where people with dark pasts come to disappear + a magician linked to three murders is nowhere to be found + a missing troubled musician = this thriller Thursday.

GONE BY MIDNIGHT by Candice Fox

“Fox ramps up the suspense, leading to a climactic scene in a crocodile-infested swamp. Compelling plot aside, it’s the humanity of both Conkaffey and the appealingly eccentric Pharrell that lifts this well above the standard suspense thriller.”–Booklist

A REASONABLE DOUBT: A Robin Lockwood Novel by Phillip Margolin

“A smooth, tight narrative with a snappy, old-time whodunit finish. Margolin pulls off his own sleight of hand when the murderer is revealed.”–Booklist

REVOLVER ROAD: A Harper McClain Mystery by Christi Daugherty

“As usual, Daugherty deftly handles the multiple plot strands, including a romantic thread that sees Harper in on-again, off-again confusion with a local cop whom readers will root for in his efforts to win Harper’s affections. Recommend this one to fans of the author’s previous works as well as those who enjoy mysteries starring strong women who’ve had it tough.”–Booklist

GONE BY MIDNIGHT by Candice Fox; 9781250317582; available now.
A REASONABLE DOUBT: A Robin Lockwood Novel by Phillip Margolin; 9781250117540; available now.
REVOLVER ROAD: A Harper McClain Mystery by Christi Daugherty; 9781250235886; available now.

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