Three familiar mystery and suspense novelists have their latest offerings available right now. So let the fall reading begin.
W is for Wasted by Sue Grafton
Grafton readers have waited for this. Two unrelated deaths draw Kinsey Millhone into a “Pandora’s box” of trouble. No stranger to trouble, Kinsey moves ahead into twists and turns of wasted lives, wasted time and wasted opportunities. Grafton’s clear, crisp writing never fails to please.
The Whole Enchilada by Diane Mott Davidson
Goldy Schulz, caterer extraordinare, is shocked when one of her best friends dies suddenly at a Goldy-catered birthday party. At first a coronary is suspected, but further investigation uncovers a killer on the loose, and he or she is after Goldy!
Gone by James Patterson
Detective Michael Bennett once helped put crime boss Manuel Perrine in prison. But now he’s out and a string of assassinations prompt the FBI to once again call on Bennett’s crime-busting skills. Tucked away in the witness protection program on a farm in California, with his ten adopted children, a nanny and his grandfather, Bennett reluctantly returns to the forefront of the battle to stop this ruthless killer.
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