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Operation Selector

by Mari Carlson

With a complex lead character who is intriguing from the get-go, this science fiction thriller excels at action scenes. Hulta Gertrude’s thick, multilayered science fiction novel, "Operation Selector", imagines a future where the... Read More

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Flight of the Fox

by Benjamin Welton

Gray Basnight’s "Flight of the Fox" is the ultimate paranoid thriller—a major page-turner dedicated to one wrongfully accused man’s flight from the law. This is a big-league ride from start to finish, and at its core, it discusses... Read More

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Don't Look Now

by Claire Foster

Don’t Look Now is a fast-moving thriller that mixes hashtags with psychopathic slashers. A modern Jack the Ripper tale, this novel’s contemporary details make it vivid, believable, and extra frightening. When a serial killer takes to... Read More

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Rip the Angels from Heaven

by Claire Foster

Cigarette smoke and Soviet spies mingle in "Rip the Angels from Heaven", a wartime spy novel set in 1945. With the nuclear age on the horizon, Lieutenant Ellis Voigt must decide whom he can trust with the secrets that threaten his life.... Read More

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Big Woods

by Claire Foster

Keds, neon, Aqua Net, and Satanic Panic: "Big Woods" is a satisfying, pulpy mash-up of pop culture references and classic horror. By turns spooky and super sentimental, the novel encapsulates the high emotions of adolescence and the... Read More

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Death in Shangri-La

by Claire Foster

To say that Death In Shangri-La is a cliffhanger is an understatement. Set in the unforgiving, breathtaking landscape of Kashmir and the Himalayas, this new thriller by travel writer and television host Yigal Zur is an exciting trip to a... Read More

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