Night Work by David C Taylor
Taylor’s follow up to his Edgar nominated debut, Night Life, has New York policeman Michael Cassidy guarding Castro during his trip to New York, protecting Castro from Cuban nationalists, the mob, and our government. Taylor’s latest is an involving historical thriller, rich in mood and character. Meet David C. Taylor, along with Stuart Woods, at our New York State of Crime discussion – tonight, April 11th, at 7 PM. You can find copies of Night Work on our shelves and via bookpeople.com.
Close Your Eyes by Michael Robotham
Psychologist Joe O’Loughlin is back with a new case. Not only does he have to find the killer of a mother and daughter that could be connected to several more brutal killings, but has to contend with a fame-hungry former student who calls himself “The Mind Hunter”. One of the most fully realized heroes in current crime fiction.You can find copies of Close Your Eyes on our shelves starting tomorrow, or order via bookpeople.com.
Murder At The 42nd Street Library by Con Lehane
Con Lehane returns with a new character – Raymond Ambler, curator of his library’s mystery collection. Helping his cop friend solve a homicide that happened at his place of work, he travels the shadier side of the publishing world, rife with intrigue and suspects. Lehane gives a great citizen’s view of New York. You can find copies of Murder at the 42nd Street Library on our shelves and via bookpeople.com.