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Boyd Morrison’s Favorites of 2017

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Boyd Morrison’s personal story is as fascinating as some that are written. When you read his biographical sketch, you can see why he picked his favorites read in 2017. Although I’ll include some of his biography here, you can read the entire bio on his website, http://boydmorrison.com/ He’s the co-author of some of Clive Cussler’s recent […]

Sulari Gentill’s Favorites of 2017

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If you don’t know Sulari Gentill, go back and read an interview I did with her on June 1, 2016. http://bit.ly/1Vw5ZL2 Here was Sulari’s introduction. “I’m Australian though I was born in Sri Lanka.  My family emigrated when I was still a baby, and we embarked on what seemed like a trek around the planet.  I […]

Nick Petrie’s Favorites of 2017

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“Lots of characters get compared to my own Jack Reacher, but Petrie’s Peter Ash is the real deal…The writing is terse and tense, full of wisdom and insight, and the plot is irresistible.” — Lee Child, New York Times-bestselling author of Night School When you read that quote, you understand why Nick Petrie made the selections he did for […]

Dean James’ Favorites of 2017

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Dean James. Jimmie Ruth Evans. Honor Hartman. Miranda James. Librarian. Author. These are all names and titles for Dean James, librarian turned mystery author. The seventh-generation Mississippian spent over thirty years in Texas before returning home. In the meantime, he wrote reference books, winning an Agatha Award for the nonfiction book, By a Woman’s Hand: […]

Terry Shames’ Favorites of 2017

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It was perfect timing to ask Terry Shames to share the crime novels she enjoyed reading in 2017. The Macavity Award-winning author of A Killing at Cotton Hill, and other Samuel Craddock mysteries, has a new book in the series coming out in January. If you haven’t yet met Craddock, the chief of police in […]