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26 new reviews were recently posted to MostlyFiction.com. Click on the book cover to read the review; click on reviewer's name to learn more about the reviewer.
Lots of good summer reads in this list -- we've reviewed some of the buzz books that "everyone" is reading, as well as many of our favorite sleuth series and finally, for those who like to catch up on the more literary books, we've reviewed some of these too.
Historical thriller about Dracula and his homeland.
Sherlock Holmes as an old man in Sussex.
A mix of conspiracy theory, sci-fi, quantum theory makes this a good summer thriller.. .
Second in a series about this most unnusual hero. Also read Eleanor's review of DARKLY DREAMING DEXTER.
A new historical whodunnit that features Carlos Tejada Alonso y Léon - Lieutenant in the Guardia, post Spanish Civil War. Read reviews of the three books published so far.
With her third mystery, I. J. Parker continues her series featuring Akitada Sugawara, a twenty-five-year-old member of the nobility whose family is no longer influential in the emperor's court in 11th century Japan.
John Rain is a Japanese-American deadly killer for hire, whose specialty is to make his hits look "natural." The perfect "spy" novel.
First in a new series about a San Diego Surfer Dude turned P.I, who ends up investigating the murder of his high school girlfriend.
Standalone mystery set in Northern California Soledad County, centered on a fight for water rights.
Wisecracking Paterson, New Jersey defense attorney, Andy Carpenter, takes on a high profile case involving a star running back for teh new York Giants.
The tenth outing with Elvis Cole, Los Angeles P.I. This time Elvis investigates the murder of a man who claims to have been his father -- a man who even his mother may not have known his identity.
Samantha Kincaid, District Attorney for Multnomah County in Portland Oregon, is handed two politically sensitive cases in this gritty and complicated police procedural.
The fourth book in Patterson's Women's Murder Club series. This time Lindsay Boxer is the target of a police brutalality suit.
The indomitable medical examiner Kay Scarpetta returns to her office in Richmond, Virginia five years after being fired to consult on the death of a young girl.
In bestselling British novelist Green's sixth novel, a less-than-perfect London marriage disintegrates stateside.
Set in 1930's Oklahoma against a backdrop of moonshine, speakeasies, mine strikes, oil wildcatters, gangsters, gun molls, prostitutes and plenty of bank robberies.
A powerful study of emotional trauma, about a forty-year-old London photographer who witnesses a massacre in central Africa.
Set in Sudan and neighboring Kenya, Philip Caputo details the extraordinary efforts of non-government organizations (NGOs) from around the world to bring aid into "no-go" zones, those zones declared so dangerous that the UN will not enter.
Generations of an Australian family are linked across time and space by their relationships to a changing world and a common search for a true home in a novel that explores the consequences of so-called "progress."
Jana claims this to be the best true crime book ever. Boyle tells about Detroit's most civil rights episodes, which happened back in September 1925 when some black people took up arms to defend their home from a white mob.
If you want more Vampire fiction after reading The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova, try these:
Happy SUMMER reading!