It’s almost time for Malice Domestic

From the Booking Desk:

Malice Domestic begins in Bethesda, Maryland tomorrow.  I hope that you are going to be there. Please be sure to say hello!

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BOLO – Week of April 23, 2017

From The Booking Desk:

Hard to believe that we are at the last week of April already. Malice Domestic is later this week and then it is time for summer vacations and pool reading. Here are some new titles to get you started.

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The Red Hunter – The BOLO Books Review

With her new stand-alone novel, The Red Hunter, Lisa Unger ventures beyond her beloved locale of The Hollows, to present a novel which succinctly and effectively details the long legacy wrought by violence in the lives of two complex women.

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The Secret Room – The BOLO Books Review

Dr. Zoe Goldman was first introduced in Sandra Block’s Little Black Lies. This debut was then followed by The Girl Without A Name. And now with The Secret Room, Zoe’s story comes to an end. While each of these books work perfectly well as stand-alone mysteries, the trilogy has a nice overall arc for its lead character, such that even though it is sad to know readers will not see Zoe again, her story has a very strong and fitting resolution.

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TH1RTEEN R3ASONS WHY – Some Brief Thoughts

From the Booking Desk:

It seemed as though everyone was watching 13 Reasons Why over the last week or so.  As a result, I decided to delay my posting for a bit. While the below is mostly spoiler-free – the policy here at BOLO Books – I wanted folks to watch as free of expectations as possible.

But at this point, articles are all over the web, so I felt it was time to immortalize a few of my thoughts about 13 Reasons Why to the blog forever.

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One Perfect Lie – The BOLO Books Review

High school is a turbulent time as young people struggle to ascertain who they are, what they want to do with their lives, and a myriad of other huge life-altering decisions. This makes it a perfect backdrop for a Lisa Scottoline novel – she loves nothing better than examining average life in the context of great stress. Her latest stand-alone, One Perfect Lie, is sure to have her many fans flocking to the bookstore.

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