There’s nothing like an unsolved cases to get a mystery-reader’s blood pumping. In Knife Creek by Paul Doiron, feral pigs uncover the remains of a girl missing from a rafting trip. In The Child by Fiona Barton, the skeleton of a baby is found at a building site outside London. In You will Pay by Lisa Jackson, camp counselors are reunited to a solve the case of two girls who went missing years ago. In other crime fiction, Kathy Reichs has a stand alone (Two Nights) about a a girl who has gone missing after a bombing. Down a Dark Road by Linda Castillo is about an escaped convict who kidnaps his children. In Every Last Lie by Mary Kubica, a woman begins to wonder if her husband’s death in a car crash was just an accident. Take Out by Margaret Maron is her 20th and final Deborah Knott mystery.
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