Lying in Wait
Lying in Wait by Liz Nugent
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A suspense novel that feels all the more immersive for the unique world built within its pages. One of the very best things about attending crime conferences like Bouchercon is having the chance to learn about the books you love from their authors.
This past weekend, I had the incredible opportunity to attend Bouchercon ! One of my personal favorite things about Bouchercon is that it changes location every year; last year, Bouchercon was held in Toronto, Canada, and this year it was held in St. Petersburg, including book and author recommendations from the weekend, recaps of author interviews and panels, and lots of photos! Cat Kinsella is called to the scene of a crime: Things become stranger still when Cat receives a mysterious call linking this murder to the disappearance of a young woman in Ireland years prior—a young woman whom Cat and her family saw just days before she went missing.
Highly recommended for readers looking for a slow-burning, layered mystery that puts a fresh spin on classic police procedurals, and injects a male-dominated genre with a fiercely feminist protagonist. Logan from friends across the pond and early readers here in the US alike, but my reading experience with this buzzy psychological thriller was unfortunately less than stellar.
Every fall, crime writers and readers gather for Bouchercon, the World Mystery Convention. I, for one, am so excited about the encroaching autumn - can you say perfect mystery reading weather?! My August recommendations list has a whole variety of new crime fiction for your consideration: I fell head-over-heels for bestselling author J. Ellison has a knack for using these unique backdrops as springboards for truly gripping suspense stories—the page-turning fun of her writing is rivaled by the fascinating worlds in which these stories take place.
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Crime writing powerhouse Karin Slaughter has a brand-new book out this week: Remember that romantic comedy Monster in Law? My husband did not mean to kill Annie Doyle, but the lying tramp deserved it. Recommended August Releases.
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- The Birth of Modern Britain: A Journey into Britain’s Archaeological Past: 1550 to the Present.