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Big Sky

MYSTERY

Big Sky

Reviewed by Anna Mundow ×

Kate Atkinson's detective Jackson Brodie returns, picking up the threads of a not-so-cold case in a novel whose mysteries come in layers.
The B&N Podcast: Everyone Talks to Alex Kotlowitz

AMERICAN HISTORY

The B&N Podcast: Everyone Talks to Alex Kotlowitz

Posted by The Barnes and Noble Review ×

The author of "There Are No Children Here" returns with "An American Summer," a portrait in stories of a community plagued by gun violence.
Only to Sleep

CRIME

Only to Sleep

Reviewed by Anna Mundow ×

Philip Marlowe returns -- pursuing a mystery into the Mexican desert -- in Lawrence Osborne's new novel.
The Neighborhood

FICTION

The Neighborhood

Reviewed by Steven G. Kellman ×

The Nobel Prize-winning writer turns in a tale of scandal and murder set against the backdrop of a corrupt Peruvian political scene.
The B&N Podcast: Laura Lippman

B&N PODCAST

The B&N Podcast: Laura Lippman

Posted by The Barnes and Noble Review ×

The author talks about how her love of James M. Cain inspired her atmospheric new work of suspense, "Sunburn."
The B&N Podcast: Michael Connelly

B&N PODCAST

The B&N Podcast: Michael Connelly

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The creator of Harry Bosch talks about about his network of helpers -- who have come to expect a text from the author at all hours of the day or night.
Attica Locke: Finding the Language for the Unspeakable

FICTION

Attica Locke: Finding the Language for the Unspeakable

Profile by Joy Press ×

The author of "Bluebird, Bluebird" began with the hope of writing a murder mystery -- and found herself exploring the legacy and enduring power of racism. Profile by Joy Press.
Dennis Lehane

B&N PODCAST

Dennis Lehane

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In the latest B&N Podcast, Miwa Messer talks with the author of "Since We Fell" and "Mystic River" -- and works hard to keep it spoiler-free.
In a Lonely Place

REDISCOVERY

In a Lonely Place

Reviewed by Charles Taylor ×

A new edition of Dorothy Hughes's classic work of crime fiction paints a portrait of an all-too-human monster. Essay by Charles Taylor....
Jo Nesbo

B&N PODCAST

Jo Nesbo

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For his latest Harry Hole crime thriller, Norwegian author Jo Nesbo dove into psychological case studies with supernatural overtones.
The Blinds

FICTION

The Blinds

Reviewed by Mark Athitakis ×

In the new novel from the author of "Shovel Ready," a radical experiment with memory creates a surreal, fragile community In an isolated Texas town.
The Force

A READING LIFE

The Force

Reviewed by Katherine A. Powers ×

The latest from the author of "The Power of the Dog" and "Cartel" paints a larger-than-life portrait of police corruption in the Big Apple. Review by Katherine A. Powers.