Three Picks for August

  • Selected by Crime Fiction Coordinator Scott Montgomery

9780735212459Nothing Stays Buried by PJ Tracy

The Monkeewrench Gang goes to rural Minnesota to assist with a missing persons case only to be drawn into the plot of a serial killer and drug cartels. The fine plotting and stand out ensemble of characters make Monkeewrench a stand out in is series thrillers. Co-author Traci Lambrecht will joining Mark Pryor and James Ziskin for our Scene Of The Crime discussion on Saturday, August 26th at 6 PM. You can find copies of Nothing Stays Buried on our shelves and via bookpeople.com. 

9780374253370Safe by Ryan Gattis

A former gang banger turned DEA safe cracker thinks he’s found a way to redemption by stealing a huge sum of drug money, placing him between both sides of the law. A tight yet haunting crime novel where Gattis uses his knowledge of L.A.’s toughest streets to dive into the humanity of his characters. You can find copies of Nothing Stays Buried on our shelves and via bookpeople.com. 

97800625673831Every Day Above Ground by Glen Eric Hamilton

Former soldier and former thief Van Shaw goes back to his criminal ways, for one last time he tells himself, for a fortune in gold, only to find himself, for fortune of gold. The job puts them in the sights of some highly trained killers. One of the most intriguing series characters in modern crime fiction. You can find copies of Every Day Above Ground on our shelves and via bookpeople.com. 

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One thought on “Three Picks for August

  1. I’d recommend Edge of Sawtooth by pete Ryan, petejryan.net. It’s fantastic. The best mystery I have read this summer so far. It’s just ripped right out of the headlines in the subject matter which for me makes it so relevant.

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