What You Leave Behind – The BOLO Books Review

Wanda M. Morris burst onto the crime fiction scene with All Her Little Secrets, a contemporary-set legal thriller that grabbed readers and wouldn’t let go. In an unusual, yet inspired move, she followed that success with Anywhere You Run, a historical crime novel set...

Bad Boy Beat – The BOLO Books Review

Over time, Clea Simon has proven that she is a writer capable of success across many of the subgenres that fall under the crime fiction umbrella. She has written cozies with cats—both realistic and paranormal—as well as psychological suspense, often with a gritty...

If Something Happens To Me – The BOLO Books Review

Over the course of three novels, Alex Finlay has quickly established himself as the go-to author for propulsive and escapist summer reading thrillers. His 2024 release, If Something Happens to Me continues this tradition and capitalizes on his skill at writing twisty...

Hall of Mirrors – The BOLO Books Review

When John Copenhaver released his critically adored second novel, The Savage Kind, it was revealed to be the first part of a trilogy that would follow Judy Peabody Nightingale and Philippa Watson, tracking their friendship/relationship across a landscape of America’s...

The Bootlegger’s Daughter – The BOLO Books Review

Nadine Nettmann is a sommelier by training and a crime writer by passion. Inspired to blend her two interests, Nettmann’s first series was a cozy-esque trilogy featuring Katie Stillwell solving cases in and around wine country. Now, with her new novel—The Bootlegger’s...