Supernatural suspense is the order of the day in “Shadow Tyrants” by Clive Cussler. The Oregon team must stop two rivals from discovering the secrets of the “Nine Unknown Men”, which could, natch, destroy the world. James Patterson Inc provides legal thrills in “Juror #3”. In a plot right out of the Grisham playbook, the murder of a prominent woman has her Mississippi community crying for blood, leaving it for a young lawyer to provide a defense. “When the Lights go Out” by Mary Kubica is a psychological thriller about a women who legally no longer exists. Finally, Those looking for a little more novelistic thriller might try “Lethal White’ by Robert Galbraith (JK Rowling), in which a cop looks into a cold case brought to him by a mentally disturbed boy.
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