In “The Lost Man” by Jane Harper (“The Dry”), two brothers find the body of their third sibling in a remote corner of the outback. His death seems suspicions and the isolation of the outback leaves few suspects. Charles Todd is back with “The Black Ascot”. Inspector Rutledge is in search a murder suspect who has eluded capture for ten years. In Jonathan Kellerman’s “The Wedding Guest”, Sturgis and Delaware investigate a death at a wild saints and sinners-themed wedding reception. In “The Killer Collective” by Barry Eisler, a joint FBI-Seattle Police investigation of an international child pornography ring gets too close to powerful people. Visit our catalog by clicking on the links to see a snapshot of these items or to place a reserve. “The Lost Man” and “the Wedding Guest” are also available on audio CD.
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