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Morning Crime Links

"Telling Lies to Find the Truth" by S.A. Cosby (Do Some Damage)

"Two series, three kids, and adapting to change" by LeeDee Walker (Femme Fatales)

"Nixon in Fiction: A Complex, Bizarre History: And What We Should Expect for Our Current President" by Alan Glynn (CrimeReads)

"Psst. Want to See What's Inside?" by Terry Shames (Criminal Minds)

The First Two Pages: “The Cardboard Box” by Terence Faherty (Art Taylor, Writer)

"Crime Fiction Writing: How To Create That Killer Character: by Victoria M. Patton (Whiskey and Writing)

Old white guy weighs in on reading the classics (The New York Times)
Book Reviews
"Deep Dirty Truth" by Steph Broadribb (Orenda Books) (Keeper of Pages)

"The Wrong Boy" by Cathy Ace (Self-published) (BOLO Books)

"Paradise Rot" by Jenny Hval, Marjam Idriss (translator) (Verso) (Vol. 1 Brooklyn)

"Worst Enemies" by Dana King (Down & Out Books) (The Dark Time)
Featured Book of the Day
Dark Streets, Cold Suburbs
by Aimee Hix

(Midnight Ink)

Sometimes home is the most dangerous place of all.

In a heart-pounding mystery featuring apprentice PI Willa Pennington, a long-standing cold case turns hot in a hurry.

People move to the suburbs for a better life—nice houses, good schools, safe communities. But there's no place you can go that's completely safe from danger. Willa Pennington knows this all too well after her first PI case almost got her killed. Helping her old mentor review a decades-old cold case seems much safer. Then she reaches out to a teenager in trouble, and suddenly a new case rips into Willa's life in a way she could never have predicted. It seems menace is always lying in wait behind someone's door. Especially on the dark streets of the cold suburbs.

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