BOLO – Week of April 15, 2018

From The Booking Desk: Sorry for the late posting of the Books to Look Out for list this week – this crazy East Coast weather triggered a migraine and I was in no shape to log on.  But things are better today, and the good news is that these books are available...

The Darkness – The BOLO Books Review (UK Edition)

Ragnar Jónasson’s Dark Iceland series has set the bar very high for this author’s unique brand of cozy noir mysteries, so readers may approach The Darkness – the first in a new series – with some trepidation. Rest assured, Jónasson has outdone himself with this new...

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,...

Sometimes I Lie – The BOLO Books Review

The unreliable narrator trend in crime fiction continues with many authors attempting to find new ways in which to explore this phenomenon. Alice Feeney decides to tackle the trope directly by having her character tell readers right from the start: “Sometimes I lie.”...

Matthew Iden – A BOLO Books Guest Post

From the Booking Desk: I am happy to welcome Matthew Iden to BOLO Books today. Matthew has written within a wide variety of sub-genres, with most of them landing at various locations along the mystery/thriller continuum. When I heard more about his new novel –...