Unholy City – The BOLO Books Review

With the release of Carrie Smith’s Unholy City, readers will once again embrace Claire Codella and her brand of New York City. This police procedural series continues to impress with each new addition to the franchise.. Unholy City finds Claire working closely with...

The Blinds – The BOLO Books Review

Occasionally one stumbles upon a book with a concept – a conceit – so creatively original that you know it is going to be a wild ride regardless of whether the author succeeds in pulling it off. The Blinds, the new novel from Adam Sternbergh, is just such a novel and...

Long Way Down – The BOLO Books Review

With                                                                                       Long Way Down,                                                                                                Jason Reynolds has written a book it takes but a moment to read...

BOLO – Week of October 22, 2017

From The Booking Desk: I have decided this week to highlight some of the paperback originals being released. Too often they get lost in the crowd of new hardcovers flooding the market each week. However, the stories are no less compelling and they are easier on the...

Neil Plakcy – A BOLO Books Guest Post

From the Booking Desk: As you have no doubt noticed, things have been quieter than normal here at BOLO Books. That is because this past week/weekend was Bouchercon – the annual international crime fiction convention, held this year in Toronto. It was a wonderful...