Novelist Michael Connelly
From Entertainment Weekly
With his forthcoming novel, The Late Show, Michael Connelly kicks off his new Renée Ballard Series, which will follow the titular young LAPD detective as she tries to prove herself while working Hollywood’s night shift. (Sorry to anyone who thought the title meant David Letterman or Stephen Colbert would be solving Hollywood’s toughest crimes.)
The Late Show doesn’t hit shelves until July 18, 2017 — but EW can reveal the cover and an exclusive excerpt from the first two chapters…
You can read the first two chapters here.
NO MIDDLE NAME by Lee Child
Coming May 16, 2017
This anthology compiles the complete collection of Reacher short stories to date and includes an original novella, “Too Much Time”, which leads into THE MIDNIGHT LINE (the 22nd Reacher novel due fall 2017) alongside eleven reader favorites: “Deep Down”, “Everyone Talks”, “Guy Walks into a Bar”, “High Heat”, “James Penney’s New Identity” (the original version which is longer), “Maybe They Have a Tradition”, “No Room at the Motel”, “Not a Drill”, “Second Son”, “Small Wars”, and “The Picture of the Lonely Diner”.
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Something to get excited about! A brand new short-story collection from author Daniel H. Wilson: GUARDIAN ANGELS & OTHER MONSTERS.
From Daniel Wilson’s newsletter:
“Guardian Angels & Other Monsters
My new short story collection is scheduled for this December. It features six brand-new stories (including a Clockwork Dynasty story). It also gathers together eight other great stories that have appeared in anthologies and magazines. If you’d like to try one, click this link to read one of my favorites…”
You can read THE BLUE AFTERNOON THAT LASTED FOREVER here.
The God’s Eye View
Barry Eisler’s THE GOD’S EYE VIEW
Release Date: February 2, 2016
Review By: Daniel Boucher
From the cover:
NSA director Theodore Anders has a simple goal: collect every phone call, email, and keystroke tapped on the Internet. He knows unlimited surveillance is the only way to keep America safe.
Evelyn Gallagher doesn’t care much about any of that. She just wants to keep her head down and manage the NSA’s camera network and facial recognition program so she can afford private school for her deaf son, Dash. Continue reading
MALICE by Lisa Clark O’Neill
A Russian immigrant with ties to organized crime is dead. Brutally executed, it’s Savannah FBI agent Jesse Wellington’s job to find the killer. Only problem is the #1 suspect is Jillian Montgomery, his partner’s friend. Jillian has a history with law enforcement, she’s petrified of them and doesn’t trust them, which means Jesse needs to go undercover, deceiving her in order to gather the evidence he needs. There’s only one problem, he may be falling for her.