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Mystery Roundup: A Dog with Good Instincts, and a Cat with Bad Luck

Mystery Roundup: A Dog with Good Instincts, and a Cat with Bad Luck

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This week’s roundup features a new Armand Gamache novel, a canine detective, and a half-buried body. The Long Way Home, by Louise Penny In the tenth novel in Penny’s beloved Armand...
Mystery Roundup: Where in the World is Harry Hole?

Mystery Roundup: Where in the World is Harry Hole?

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In this week’s mystery roundup we get reacquainted with the delightful Gabriel Allon, lose track of the irascible Harry Hole, and follow Quinn Colson into a spider’s nest in the Deep...
Mystery Roundup: An Escaped Mental Patient, An Amish Haunted House, and Feral Emus

Mystery Roundup: An Escaped Mental Patient, An Amish Haunted House, and Feral Emus

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This week’s mystery round up includes a standalone World War I novel, a strained family reunion, and a trip to the seedy underbelly of Vegas (or rather, a trip to Vegas). Uncaged, by John...
Mystery Roundup: A Corgi Detective, a T.V. Host in Peril, and the Underbelly of Grand Central Terminal

Mystery Roundup: A Corgi Detective, a T.V. Host in Peril, and the Underbelly of Grand Central Terminal

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Our late June mystery roundup brings us a new Stephanie Plum adventure, a gritty 1970s cop drama, and a creepy stalker with excellent scare tactics. Nine Lives to Die, by Rita Mae Brown A long...
June Mystery Roundup: Cold Cases, Suspicious Coincidences, and a Slanderous Video Game

June Mystery Roundup: Cold Cases, Suspicious Coincidences, and a Slanderous Video Game

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Gather round, mystery lovers! It’s no secret that we at the Barnes & Noble Book Blog relish tales of suspense that set our hearts racing and our eyes darting for the door. But look over...