Cover Reveal –
Bolt Action Remedy

From the Booking Desk:

BOLO Books is thrilled to host the cover reveal for J. J. Hensley’s new novel, Bolt Action Remedy. Read on for a look at the cover, a description of the exciting plot, praise from the crime fiction community, and contact information for J. J. Hensley.  Oh, and maybe a pre-order link or two.

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BOLO – Week of April 2, 2017

From The Booking Desk:

With thrillers, mysteries, cozies, and something all together un-classifiable, this week’s list of books to be on the look out for is as diverse and it is strong. Please, have a look!

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Ragdoll – The BOLO Books Review

Ragdoll is Daniel Cole’s debut novel. From the description, it sounds like another gruesome serial killer novel designed to shock reader’s sensibilities. Please know this couldn’t be further from the reality. Daniel Cole has launched his writing career with a creative plot that is very difficult to pin down in short platitudes.

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Conviction – The BOLO Books Review

The dense relationship between Rebekah Roberts and Saul Katz has been one of the cornerstones of Julia Dahl’s series of mystery novels set in and around the Hasidic community of Brooklyn, New York. Through all of their highs and lows, Saul has always been important to Rebekah: as father figure, mentor, source, and above all, friend. It is no accident that Saul plays a pivotal role in Conviction, the third novel is this award-winning series.

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BOLO – Week of March 26, 2017

From The Booking Desk:

It is another week full of excellent new books. With Spring finally upon us, and Spring Breaks happening in many locations, what could be better than settling down with a good book?

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The Day I Died – The BOLO Books Review

For a woman who cannot be herself, Anna Winger is certainly skilled at knowing about other people from the barest of evidence – all it takes is their handwriting.

This simple fact only scratches the surface of the complex lead character in Lori Rader-Day’s absorbing third stand-alone novel, The Day I Died. More of a deep character study posing as a plot-driven narrative, this novel manages to elicit compulsive reading via tension-filled moments juxtaposed beside scenes of intense introspection.

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