BOLO – Week of April 16, 2017

From The Booking Desk:

Another week, another interesting selection of books to check out when you are next at the bookstore.

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BOLO Books – Calling Out Around the World

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If you are an e-mail subscriber to the blog, you may have noticed that you have not been getting notifications for about a week.  This was the result of an error created when one of the main applications for WordPress was updated.

I have now been about to resolved that issue and wanted to send out a message thanking everyone for being so understanding.  We have missed you!

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A Simple Favor – The BOLO Books Review

Friends do favors for each other all the time; so when Emily asks Stephanie to pick up her son after school, she thinks nothing of it. After all, she has to pick up her own son and the two boys love to have playtime, so no big deal, right? Except that Emily never comes to pick up her child later that evening and Stephanie realizes that something is very wrong. This is the set-up for Darcey Bell’s debut novel, A Simple Favor.

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BOLO – Week of April 9, 2017

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I doubt there is a crime fiction fan who won’t be able to find something of interest on this week’s list of books to be on the look out for. So many good titles, readers can’t go wrong!

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The Good Byline – The BOLO Books Review

The cozy mystery sub-genre is populated with a plethora of amateur sleuths working a multitude of day-jobs as they solve crimes on the side; but rarely have I encountered such an inspired occupation as that found in Jill Orr’s debut mystery, The Good Byline.

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Betrayed – The BOLO Books Review

Like any good thriller should, Karen E. Olson’s Betrayed starts like a bullet – quickly gaining velocity and smashing through each obstacle in its path – before reaching a tension-filled climax guaranteed to please even the most jaded reader.

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