Thursday, May 9, 2013

Thursday Thoughts: New Thrillers and Crime Fiction

Grove Atlantic is one of the independent publishers that presented many exciting new books in the thriller, crime, historical fiction, and non-fiction categories during last week's AAP Indie Buzz Books 2013.

Here are the forthcoming thrillers and crime fiction titles from Grove Atlantic highlighted at AAP Indie Book Buzz 2013, including new books from Joyce Carol Oates and Val McDermid:

 The Shanghai Factor  The Shanghai Factor by Charles McCarry (June 2013)  From one of the grandmasters of the spy novel comes a serpentine story about a young American operative caught in a web between the United States and Chinese governments, where nothing is as it seems, and nobody can be trusted.
The Rules of Wolfe  The Rules of Wolfe by James Carlos Blake (July 2013)  LA Times Book Prize-winning author James Carlos Blake delivers a relentless thriller about a young man from a family of Texas outlaws who falls for the wrong woman, and ends up on the run from a ruthless drug cartel and a deadly bounty hunter.
The Dying Hours  The Dying Hours by Mark Billingham (August 2013)  A dark and gripping new installment in the Detective Inspector Thorne series from world-class crime writer Mark Billingham.

 Evil Eye: Four Novellas of Love Gone Wrong  Evil Eye by Joyce Carol Oates (September 2013)  In Evil Eye, Oates offers four chilling tales of love gone wrong, showing the lengths to which people will go to find love, keep it, and sometimes end it.

Then We Take Berlin  Then We Take Berlin by John Lawton (September 2013)  In this gripping, meticulously researched and richly detailed historical thriller a World War II orphan becomes a spy and is soon unwittingly involved in the secret machinations between intelligence agents at the start of the Cold War.
Cross and Burn  Cross and Burn by Val McDermid (October 2013)  The follow-up to The Retribution, a new, heart-pounding thriller from world-class crime writer Val McDermid pits her immensely popular series characters--Dr. Tony Hill and Carol Jordan--against a terrifying serial killer of women.

 The Star of Istanbul  The Star of Istanbul by Robert Olen Butler (October 2013)  Christopher Marlowe Cobb crosses paths with a sultry and mysterious actress hiding a secret agenda that may be the key to saving--or toppling--two empires during World War I in the second installment in the series.

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