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Sharon Dukett’s thriller THE SHUTDOWN LIST, will be published on June 18. A grieving mother must outwit a corrupt and powerful billionaire to find her missing husband. Both men harbor secrets that could get her killed.


THE CARDINAL'S CURSE, the second novel in the Turner and Mosley Files series coauthored by LynDee Walker and Bruce Coffin, will be released by Severn River Publishing on June 11th. Bruce will be appearing at a number of venues following the launch. 


For more details please visit Bruce's events page HERE.


Debra H. Goldstein’s “You Can’t Kill the Cat!” is one of nineteen tales of ruthless relationships included in FIRST COMES LOVE, THEN COMES MURDER, edited by Teresa Inge and Heather Weidner. The anthology releases on June 4.


Clea Simon’s BAD BOY BEAT, launching a new Boston noir series, will be published by Severn House on May 7.


THE LOON'S SONG by Kim Herman Shapiro is out from Level Best Books. Beautiful actress, Rosalie Morgann, returns home to Wynter Island seventeen years after she fled because of her romantic liaisons with numerous island husbands. Not many islanders are pleased to see her return, and even fewer are interested in hearing what she has to say for herself. Rosalie manages to convince Kate Zöe Thomas - manager of the local community television station - to allow her on their inaugural broadcast from the newly redesigned studio. When Rosalie dies, live on-air, there are almost too many suspects for the RCMP to consider! With the station’s financial sponsorship now at risk, Kate must help the police find the killer or risk losing the station and her new home on Wynter Island.


Sarah P. Blanchard’s debut novel, DRAWN FROM LIFE, was released April 1 to excellent reviews. Publisher’s Weekly/BookLife says it’s an “expertly plotted thriller powered by twisty suspense and memorable characters.” Reedsy Discovery calls it a “psychological thriller worthy of placement alongside…Stephen King, James Patterson, Lee Child, Gillian Flynn.” Readers’ Favorite gives it five stars, saying it “holds you captive not just with its clever dark plot but with characters so riveting, real, and relatable that it’s impossible to put the book down…Stellar writing.” A New England native, Sarah splits her time between North Carolina and northeastern Connecticut. You can find more information here.