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Jon L. Breen

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Bauer was presented with the award, w

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Line of Vision wasn’t just a solid legal thriller, it was a poignant char

The Hidden Child
is a massive novel by Swedish author Camilla Läckberg that looks at how Sweden was affected by WWII and the contemporay reverberations of that war.

But The Hidden Child (Pegasus Crime) also is the sto