Here are all of the headlines you may have missed this month. NPR’s All Things Considered highlights WELCOME TO THE NEW WORLD; Weekend Edition Sunday interviews Dylan Farrow [HUSH]; NPR reviews THE INVISIBLE LIFE OF ADDIE LA RUE + UNDAUNTED + JACK + SHELTER IN PLACE + THE NIGHTWORKERS + RING SHOUT + DARK ARCHIVES […]
No, that title does not contain a grammatical error; I'm talking about People Magazine, people!
People selected a few books for their "Summer Thrills & Chills" feature and two thrilling/chilling Minotaur titles made the list: Julia Keller's debut, A KILLING IN THE HILLS, and Chelsea Cain’s latest, KILL YOU TWICE!
On A KILLING IN THE HILLS they said, "A twisty plot—and a soulful depiction of a beautiful, besieged ‘afterthought of a town’—propels this debut mystery about a prosecutor fighting drug traffickers in Appalachia."
On KILL YOU TWICE they said, "Just when Portland, Ore., detective Archie Sheridan was reveling in serial killer Gretchen Lowell’s confinement to the psych ward, she contacts him with leads about a grisly new murder. Shades of SILENCE OF THE LAMBS."