Monday, April 8, 2013

The Quest for New Books to Read

There are so many new mysteries out this time of year that it's hard to pick.  Here are a few enjoyed by friends...

Over on Criminal Element, my friend Kerry Hammond recommends The Baker Street Translation by Michael Robertson in this review and Best Kept Secret by Jeffrey Archer in this one

Terrie Moran enjoyed C.J. Lyon's latest thriller, Black Sheep. You can find her review here

Last but not least, my mom just finished Breaking Cover by J.D. Rhodes and Switch by Grant McKenzie and loved both of them.  

Breaking Cover, J. D. Rhodes

From the Shamus Award-nominated author of the critically-acclaimed Jack Keller southern crime series comes an explosive stand-alone thriller about an undercover federal agent, a chameleon whose specialty is assaulting criminal organizations from within.

He was the most talented undercover agent in FBI history, until he dropped completely off the grid, and hasn't been heard from in years. Did he go native, or was he discovered and killed? When Tony Wolf is finally driven out into the open, torn from deep cover during the rescue of two kidnapped children, he becomes the number one target of both the vicious biker gang he double-crossed and a massive Federal manhunt.

But Tony’s tired of being the hunted, and as both the gang and a traitorous FBI agent converge on a small southern town, they’re all about to learn a hard lesson:  When the Wolf breaks cover, he doesn’t always run away.

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