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A Reading Life

Another Time, Another Life: The Story of a Crime

Murder, terrorism, and corruption at the heart of the Swedish state are knotted at the center of Leif GW Persson's novel.

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Crime and Punishment

Hanging Hill

A young woman's murder opens the door to a police inspector's dark odyssey through exploitation and depravity.

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Reviews & Essays

Raylan

A writer famed for his chattering crooks turns again to his close-mouthed lawman.

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Crime and Punishment

The Face Thief

A con artist's double deception.

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In Brief

Outlaws Inc.

How the world's most dangerous smugglers supply the black market.

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Reviews & Essays

Murder in the First-Class Carriage: The First Victorian Railway Killing

An infamous crime and its aftermath.

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Reviews & Essays

The Factory Novels

In these gritty mysteries, cases that no one else cares about fall to one cop.

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Trackers

The smuggling of a rare animal embroils a South African bodyguard in an even wilder intrigue.

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Reviews & Essays

The Cut

In the latest from the D.C.-based novelist, an ex-Marine takes center stage.

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Reviews & Essays

The Gentlemen's Hour

Murder haunts the waves in Don Winslow's followup to The Dawn Patrol.

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A Death in Summer

A steamy tale of an Irish tycoon's murder and his widow's dangerous allure.

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Al Capone and His American Boys

A true story of 1930s gangsters resurfaces, with movie-ready dialogue intact.

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Reviews & Essays

The Devil She Knows

An ambitious--and ruthless--politician crosses paths with a waitress in a tale of suspense grounded in the blue-collar world of New York's outer boroughs.

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Reviews & Essays

I Am the Market

A drug-smuggling mastermind spills his trade secrets.

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Kismet

A Turkish private eye in Frankfurt, Germany, faces down a nationalist gang in a tale half hardboiled American crime, half sly European satire.

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