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Bram Dehouck’s Sleepless Summer is a hilarious but graphic novel about what happens when everyone in a small Dutch village is stricken with food poisoning. The mayhem begins when butcher Herman Brac
In the second installment in her Santa Barbara Suspense Series (following 2018's What She Gave Away), author Catharine Riggs gives us two compelling protagonists with alternating, interlocking narratives.
In The Second Sleep, Robert Harris turns his formidable talent for writing compelling novels about mysterious and original subjects to a dystopian post- technological world where the Church is the law
You would think that inheriting a million-dollar mansion in London’s fashionable Chelsea neighborhood would be the most exciting thing to happen in a young woman’s life. But when Libby Jones, 25, fi
A perceptive look at New York’s underground art scene, the myth of celebrity, and what it means to be an artist propel Barbara Bourland’s second unconventional mystery.
Fake Like Me revolves around an
"The fool in a hurry drinks his tea with a fork."
—Charlie Chan, Keeper of the Keys, 1932, by Earl Derr Biggers