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So Cold the River by Michael Koryta

While West Baden and French Lick, Indiana are best known for their famous 3-point shooting hick, they are also the home of two magnificent hotels which date back to the turn of the century. Originally constructed in 1902, the West … Continue reading

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The Cypress House by Michael Kryota

Cypress n.    1. Any of various evergreen trees or shrubs of the genus Cupressus, native to Eurasia and  North America and having opposite, scale-like leaves and globose woody cones.   2. Cypess branches used as a symbol of mourning. Arlen Wagner is surrounded by … Continue reading

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All Clear by Connie Willis

Connie Willis’ Hugo Award winning culmination of her Feb. 2010 novel Blackout, All Clear is the story of three young time travelers who get stuck in 1940s London, dodging fire bombs and exploding buildings with one goal: to get back … Continue reading

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The Drop by Michael Connelly

In the 15th book in Michael Connelly’s Harry Bosch series, Connelly returns to familiar ground, leaving behind Nine Dragons‘ Hong Kong setting, returning to Los Angeles and reuniting readers with Bosch’s original nemesis, Irvin Irving.  Irving first appeared in the original … Continue reading

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Blue-eyed Devil by Robert B. Parker

Robert B. Parker is mostly known for his crime fiction, but his final novel published before his 2010 death was the fourth in a series of terrific westerns.  Beginning with 2005’s Appaloosa, Parker’s richly detailed gunfighters Virgil Cole and Everett … Continue reading

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Blackout by Connie Willis

Past and future collide in 2010 Hugo award winning novel Blackout, written by 11 time Hugo award winning author Connie Willis.  The first of a two volume novel, Blackout is a story of time travel and history, as much an … Continue reading

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