The Chain – The BOLO Books Review

Once you read this review, go forth and pre-order Adrian McKinty’s The Chain, then share the review with others and instruct them to do the same. This is a chain, but fortunately, it is vastly less dangerous than the chain as described in this juggernaut of a novel....

Those People – The BOLO Books Review

Sometimes the scariest premise evolves out of the most mundane of events. In Louise Candlish’s Those People, new residents move into the vacant house on Lowland Way setting off a string of events that shatters the sanctity of this once peaceful neighborhood. Once upon...

Never Look Back – The BOLO Books Review

Alison Gaylin is one of the most consistent writers in the crime fiction genre. Never one to repeat herself, readers can always count on her novels to be solidly structured and peopled with realistic and fascinating characters. Her latest release, Never Look Back, is...

APB – Summer 2019

Time for another entry in this incredibly popular feature here at BOLO Books – The APB (All Points Bulletin).As always, competition for these slots was tough. Which books are generating that elusive buzz in the publishing industry? Which are books that I personally...

BOLO – Week of June 16, 2019

From the Booking Desk: Because of the amount of quality crime fiction being release this year, this week I am sharing two books that I have read and two that I have not. I hope to get to the two that I have not read yet in time, but I wanted to make sure everyone knew...

Gone Too Long – The BOLO Books Review

Tracing a legacy of hate in America would seem a daunting task for any writer, but Lori Roy makes it look effortless in her new novel, Gone Too Long. Instead of attempting to address this in an epic way, Lori Roy distills her examination down to one family – The...

BOLO – Week of June 9, 2019

From the Booking Desk: We are hitting the summer stride with new releases. These are perfect for a day at the beach, by the pool, or just sitting outside in the backyard listening to nature. With a few paperback originals in the bunch, these are also budget-conscious...