The Dispatcher by Ryan David Jahn
A police dispatcher in a small Texas town gets a call from his daughter who was presumed dead seven years ago. Jahn depicts the gritty and grizzly race across the country and against time with strong characterization and a view of the American Southwest through a dirty windshield.
What It Was by George Pelecanos
Pelecanos returns with Derek Strange in this trade paperback original, looking back at Strange’s early days as a PI. Both Pelecanos and Derek Strange are the epitome of cool. (This one’s actually on sale January 23, so you can read it SOON, if not right now.)
The Damage Done by Hilary Davidson
The winner of several mystery awards for best debut novel, this thriller is now out in paperback. When Lily Moore returns to New York to deal with the death of her sister, she finds someone else’s body in the morgue. Lily searches for the truth from the city’s penthouses to back alleys dealing with few she can trust in this thriller that heralded a truly unique voice to the genre. Hilary will be here February 18th to sign and discuss her wonderful follow up, The Next One To Fall.