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Ecco 2019 0062742809 / 9780062742803 PAPERBACK . 
Ecco 4/16/2019. New paperback. Store pick: This is a thriller of the highest order. While the story and setting is unlike your typical action thriller, it is one that grabs hold of you and simply won't let go. For anyone who enjoys a Lee Child or Nelson DeMille read, this is one that should be on your 'must read' list. The pacing of the story and development of Rice Moore, the main character are such that you will have a hard time putting this one down. The book is less about plot twists and surprises than it is the gradual unfolding of a complex and compelling character who is both approachable and enigmatic. It is one of those that will leave you wishing for more when you finish it, and hoping that maybe we haven't heard the last of Rice Moore and his journey. I rate this one at the top of my scale: 5/5. -Brent B., store volunteer (seconded by Nancy M.) 
Price: 16.99 USD
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Penguin Books 2018 0143133128 / 9780143133124 PAPERBACK . 
Penguin Books 7/3/2018. New paperback. Store pick: The Ruin is a stunning debut. It is a police procedural set in Ireland that tells two stories of supposed suicides that occurred 20 years apart. Cormac Reilly caught the first case as a mere rookie. The death of the alcoholic drug addicted mother was ruled accidental and Cormac’s involvement stopped when he took 5 yo Jack, who was malnourished and obviously abused, and his 15 yo sister, Maeve, to the hospital. However, the case never left his memory as it was his first dead body and the children haunted him. 20 years later after a very successful career in Dublin, Cormac has transferred to a small station in Galway so he can be with his partner Emma. He is treated as an outcast and only given cold cases to work. This all changes when the child, Jack, now in his 20s supposedly kills himself by jumping off a bridge. Maeve, who disappeared the day Cormac took the children to the hospital comes back to Ireland and demands that the death be investigated as a murder. The next thing Cormac knows he is being ordered to investigate the death of Jack’s and Maeve’s mother from 20 years ago as a murder also. The complex plot, the seamless intertwining of stories and the dogged determination of Cormac to find the truth takes this superb crime novel on a great journey through Ireland, and on a roller coaster ride of suspense. Righting wrongs, innocence and evil are all at the heart of this well-written debut novel. -Nancy M., store volunteer 
Price: 16.00 USD
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St. Martin's Press 2018 1250151333 / 9781250151339 First Edition, First Printing. HARDCOVER Very Good in Very Good jacket. 
St. Martin's Press 6/19/2018. Used hardcover. First Edition, First Printing. Very Good in Very Good jacket. 
Price: 3.00 USD
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William Morrow 2019 0062660357 / 9780062660350 PAPERBACK . 
William Morrow 6/4/2019. New paperback. Store pick: Beatriz Williams has penned one of her best summer novels yet. Winthrop Island is a place where everyone knows their place - you are either one of the wealthy summer families who vacations there, or a working class Island native. Miranda Schuyler learns all this the summer her mother marries one of the island's elite. When Miranda falls for an island native, she learns that the dividing line between the rich and the poor must never be breached. For breaching it always results in trauma -- or death. -Linda H., store volunteer 
Price: 16.99 USD
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