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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BOLO – Week of February 12, 2017

From The Booking Desk:

This week, we celebrate Valentine’s Day, so if you are looking for a book for that loved one (or for yourself), there are several contenders being released tomorrow.

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BOLO – Week of December 11, 2016

From The Booking Desk:

It’s just about a week and a half until most of the holiday celebrations will kick into full swing, but the publishing industry is not slowing down. There are some great books out this week.

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The Body in the Birches – The BOLO Books Review

Readers would be hard-pressed to find crime fiction more genteel than that written by Katherine Hall Page. Even though she is writing about murder, secrets, and other nefarious activity, Page does so with a restrained pen – making her a favorite of those who enjoy traditional and cozy mysteries. With over 20 books in her Faith Fairchild series and being bestowed with the Lifetime Achievement honor at this week’s Malice Domestic, needless to say, she is doing something right.

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The Semester of Our Discontent – The BOLO Books Review

Academic mysteries are popular enough that they practically constitute a sub-genre of their own. With her debut novel – The Semester of Our Discontent – Cynthia Kuhn adds another winning entry to that ever-expanding category.

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Laura DiSilverio – The BOLO Books Interview

From the Booking Desk:

I am thrilled to introduce Laura DiSilverio to the BOLO Books audience today. Laura has been writing a number of cozy mystery series over the years, but has recently released her first stand-alone suspense novel – The Reckoning Stones. It was my pleasure to be able to talk with her a bit about this style shift and how the writing process differs. Please help me welcome Laura DiSilverio to the blog.

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