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MBTB's Mystery Book Blog
Murder by the Book, Portland, Oregon, reviews mystery & crime books. MUR..
G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 384 pages, $26 If you’ve got a good gimmick, (almost) all is forgiven. Chad Dundas has a good gimmick for “ ..read more
Arcade Crimewise, 384 pages, $25.99 (c2019) If you shook Agatha Christie and Nancy Drew up in a bag, you would get “A House of Ghosts ..read more
Atria Books, 384 pages, $27 There should be a celebration and parade every time Jess Kidd releases a book. Her writing flows like the ..read more
Europa Editions, 432 pages, $19 (c2019) I read a review of this book in which the reviewer* spoke of how “Now We Shall Be Entirely Free ..read more
Mulholland Books, 352 pages, $27 At this moment there is a lot of discussion about cultural appropriation, mostly brought on by the ..read more
Anchor, 432 pages, $16.95 (pb ed. 2020) The horror! The horror! What grisly thing DOESN’T happen in this book? In 1935, there are ..read more
HarperCollins, 277 pages, $26.99 I read a review that said “Nothing to See Here” was about children bursting into flame. Maybe ..read more
Back Bay Books, 416 pages, $16.99 (c2018) (pb ed. release date 4/14/20) “Circe” is not a mystery. “Circe” was the New York ..read more
Knopf, 368 pages, $25.95 (c2019) “Exhalation” is not a mystery. Instead, it is a collection of stories with a science fiction ..read more
Anchor, 288 pages, $15.95 (c2017) “Autumn” is not a mystery, but it is a helluva book. A young woman, Elisabeth — with an “s ..read more

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