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Celebrate The End Of 2020 With These Daring New Thrillers

Christina Dodd and Tarryn Fisher return to store shelves this week.

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2020 is almost over, but the year still has some great books to share.

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Based on the true story of Agatha Christie's 11-day disappearance in 1926, Marie Benedict's The Mystery of Mrs. Christie reconstructs what might have happened during that strange period in the beloved murder-mystery author's life.

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When Yolanda, a newly minted F.B.I. agent, finds herself embedded in a Black activist group the Bureau is monitoring, she doesn't expect to fall in love. But as she begins to see the merits of the organization's positions, Yolanda must reevaluate her own life choices.

$15.95
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Lucky Fujiki is anything but lucky, at least when it comes to her love life. But when her town is turned into a romantic vacation destination, Lucky runs into her ex and sparks — of some kind — fly.

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On the run from charges that would land her in prison for life, Evelyn decides to lay low in the Alaskan wilderness. Then the man whose disappearance led her to go on the lam reemerges, and Evelyn must work to prove her innocence before it's too late.

$28.99
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When she moves in with the picture-perfect Crouch family, former therapist Juno thinks she's found a quiet place to live out her retirement years. Then the Crouches' secrets begin to spill out, and nothing will ever be peaceful again.

$28.99
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