"There's no place in a PI's life for impatience, faintheartedness, or sloppiness. I understand the same qualifications apply for housewives."
—Kinsey Millhone, "B" is for Burglar, 1985, by Sue Grafton
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"ACTIVE SHOOTER ON CAMPUS." Four words that strike fear into the hearts of every parent. When attorney Jack Swyteck receives the text about a shooting at his young daughter's school, little does he kn
Ben Walker, the stoic star of 2017’s Ararat and 2019’s The Pandora Room, is back in Red Hands on another life-or-death, top secret mission. This time out, he faces an implacable, silent foe, an an
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The Book of Lamps and Banners is intense and hard to put down. Its heroine, Cass Neary, certainly isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. A sardonic, prickly, middle-aged punk photographer who has just hocked
An extremely effective mix of supernatural tropes and themes that should be familiar to readers of Graham Masterton’s The Manitou, and Peter Straub’s Ghost Story, The Only Good Indians tells the s
"You see, but you do not observe."
—Sherlock Holmes to Watson, "A Scandal in Bohemia," The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 1892, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle