The Unseeing – The BOLO Books Review

The Unseeing is Anna Mazzola’s Edgar Award-nominated debut, the strength of which will have readers adding this author to their must-read list moving forward. The Unseeing is a unique blend of fact and fiction. The criminal case at the core of the novel really did...

Tangerine – The BOLO Books Review

It is rare that readers can escape into a debut that is so assured and well written that it feels like one is in the hands of an esteemed veteran of the literary world; but that is exactly the experience had while reading Christine Mangan’s Tangerine. The bulk of...

BOLO – Week of April 1, 2018

From The Booking Desk: The Spring season is upon us and book publishing is ready. Here are some great book available this week. ______________________________________________________________________ Jill Orr – The Bad Break (Prospect Park, Paperback, $16.00,...

The Gate Keeper – The BOLO Books Review

The mother and son writing team behind Charles Todd are so consistent; the release two books a year without ever sacrificing quality. What is truly amazing is that they never write the same book twice. Next week, The Gate Keeper will be released. This is the twentieth...

The Widows of Malabar Hill – The BOLO Books Review

Sujata Massey burst on the crime fiction landscape in 1997 with her award-winning debut, The Salaryman’s Wife. This was followed by several more critically-acclaimed novels in the Rei Shimura mystery series. In 2013, Massey took a brief detour to explore India’s past...