Books for those who like a little fizz with their suspense. In The Girl who Knew Too Much by Amanda Quick, Amanda, a reporter for a Hollywood gossip rag discovers more than she bargained for when her source ends up dead at the bottom of the pool at an exclusive resort. In Come Sundown by Nora Roberts, the murder of a barmaid disturbs the rustic charm of the Bodine ranch and resort in western Montana. Those looking for thrillers in a ‘straight, no chaser‘ mode can start with Full Wolf Moon by Lincoln Child, a writers conference is shaken by the grisly discovery of a dead hiker. The mauling suggests an animal attack, but writer Jeremy Logan thinks otherwise. In G-Man by Stephen Hunter, Bob Lee Swaggert discovers a Bob a lockbox clues to his grandfather’s FBI career.
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