The Red Hunter – The BOLO Books Review

With her new stand-alone novel, The Red Hunter, Lisa Unger ventures beyond her beloved locale of The Hollows, to present a novel which succinctly and effectively details the long legacy wrought by violence in the lives of two complex women.

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BOLO – Week of April 9, 2017

From The Booking Desk:

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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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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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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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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