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The Last Time I Saw You

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Sisters Lynne and Valerie Constantine, under the pseudonym Liv Constantine (The Last Mrs. Parrish), have crafted another clever whodunit jam-packed with enough twists, turns, and secrets to keep avid thriller readers second-guessing until the bitter end. [See Prepub Alert, 11/5/18.]

One Small Sacrifice

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Fans of Karin Slaughter, Tana French, and Lisa Gardner will devour this new police procedural, which boasts a strong female detective and an intriguing antagonist. Sheryn will draw in readers, and Davidson’s (Blood Always Tells) complex storytelling will keep them wanting more.
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The Never Game

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This is a sure bet for fans of suspense and will find a home with those who like their protagonists to be a central part of the mystery. [See Prepub Alert, 11/12/18.]
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Antiques Ravin’

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Fans of J.C. Eaton’s “Sophie Kimball” books may want to try this series with another hapless daughter seeking to control her mother’s eccentricities.
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The Scholar

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The competition rife in academia is a major theme of this delightful and unexpected tale, making it one to suggest to fans of M.D. Lake and Susan Holzer.
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Sunshine State

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This attractive PI thriller should appeal to lovers of detective fiction.
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All the Lost Things

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This relatively short novel will keep readers hooked from the first sentence to the last. Sacks’s use of Dolly’s voice as narrator allows events to unfold from a child’s perspective and encourages readers to try to piece together the secret behind the “big adventure,” which is ultimately unexpected for readers and life-changing for Dolly.
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Almost Midnight

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Though newcomers will be better served by starting at the beginning of the series, fans will be satisfied hearing of Mike’s latest exploits.

Gone Too Long

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This compelling, issue-oriented story by Edgar Award–winning author Roy (Bent Road) is a creepy, eerie account of a young girl and a community held hostage by the Klan. [See Prepub Alert, 12/6/18.]
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