Three Picks for April

a deadly affairA Deadly Affair At Bobtail Ridge by Terry Shames

Chief Of Police Samuel Craddock gets involved with a personal case when his good friend and neighbor, Jenny Sandstone, appears to be in trouble, especially when she’s run off the road. Unfortunately Jenny’s problems involve secrets that she wants to remain that way. Terry Shames looks at society and human sin with a precision that would give Ross MacDonald a run for his money. A Deadly Affair At Bobtail Ridge hits the shelves April 7. Pre-order now.


lady from zagrebThe Lady From Zagreb by Phillip Kerr

The tenth in the superb Bernie Gunther series, has the wartime Berlin investigator forced once again to do a job for Joseph Goebbels (which didn’t work out too well in the first book). This one involves UFA film studios, Balkan fascism, and a beautiful woman (which never works for Bernie). Rich in place and time, with Bernie’s entertaining hard boiled voice, Kerr has created one of the most complex heroes for one of the most complex times ever written about in a detective series.   The Lady From Zagreb hits the shelves April 7. Pre-order now.


bitter creekBitter Creek by Peter Bowen

Montana lawman and champion fiddler player, Gabriel Du Pre is back in his fourteenth adventure. Gabriel helps a wounded vet with his spiritual quest: the veteran wishes to find out what happened to a Metis tribe that disappeared in 1910 when they were chased by General Pershing. As the two seek answers, they come up against folks who will do anything to keep that history buried. A great way to be introduced to one of the best in the west. Bitter Creek hits the shelves April 28. Pre-order now.

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