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STEP INTO THE FOLD. IT’S PERFECTLY SAFE. The folks in Mike Erikson''s small New England town would say he''s just your average, everyday guy. And that''s exactly how Mike likes it. Sure, the life he''s chosen isn’t much of a challenge to someone with his unique gifts, but he’s content with his quiet and peaceful existence.   That is, until an old friend presents him with an irresistible mystery, one that Mike is uniquely qualified to solve: far out in the California de...

The Fold: A Novel

The Fold by Peter Clines “The folks in Mike Erikson’s small New England town would say he’s just your average, everyday guy. And that’s exactly how Mike likes it. Sure, the life he’s chosen.

Here are the 100 Best Mysteries and Thrillers of All Time - Voted On By The Folks at Goodreads

Goodreads 100 Mysteries to Read in a Lifetime

Looking for a good mystery book? Here is the Goodreads 100 Mysteries to Read in a Lifetime which includes classic and new fiction books.

Snow Crash, recommended by Walter Isaacson

You Won't Want to Sleep Once You Start Reading These Mind Blowing Scifi Novels .

Autonomous: A Novel by Annalee Newitz https://www.amazon.com/dp/0765392070/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_x_va4fAbKZ9F64N

Earth, Jack is an anti-patent scientist turned drug pirate, traversing the world in a submarine as a pharmaceutical Robin Hood, fabricating cheap scrips for poor people who can't otherwise afford them.

Pashazade by Jon Courtenay Grimwood

"Pashazade" is Jon Courtney Grimwood's alternate history/science fiction thriller set in an Egypt where the Ottomans still rule.

The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson. New York Times best seller. This book masterfully combines the true stories of a serial killer and the 1893 Chicago World's Fair (so many "firsts" and connections to later acheivements of well know men). All spoken words are verified from written sources, but it reads like a fast-paced novel. Larson paints an incredible picture of the time period.

Cold Cases: Icy Books Offer Relief From The Heat

"The Devil in the White City" by Erik Larson - one of my favorite authors and books, amazing!

Dystopian Novels To Read This Spring

75 dystopian novels you must read

6 Dystopian Books To Read This Spring. I've already read Awaken and I recommend it.

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The Walking Dead: The Fall of the Governor: Part Two (The Walking Dead Series): Robert Kirkman, Jay Bonansinga

Sulis — The Speed of Dark (book review)

The Speed of Dark (book review)

The Speed of Dark (Ballantine Reader's Circle) by Elizabeth Moon, it's a real look at Autism and the "cures" except in this novel there is one. It's a thinking novel. This is not bodice ripper fluff.

The Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child--Pendergast Series--starts with Relic (don't bother with the movie) and just gets better from there!

Just finished this Pendergast novel, hate that I have to wait. Such a cliffhanger ending.

The Son by Jo Nesbo

As always, chilling and insightful: Jo Nesbo's "The Son"

Walkaway

Walkaway

Dark Places - Gillian Flynn.  All of her books are great.

Dark Places

Dark Places: A Novel: Gillian Flynn ✔. Another awesome read from Gillian Flynn. Twists and turns and who did it, right up to the very end of this modern day mystery involving a horrific murder of a family.

Step into the perfumed parlors of the Everleigh Club, the most famous brothel in American history–and the catalyst for a culture war that rocked the nation. Operating in Chicago’s notorious Levee district at the dawn of the last century, the Club’s proprietors, two aristocratic sisters named Minna and Ada Everleigh, welcomed moguls and actors, senators and athletes, foreign dignitaries and literary icons, into their stately double mansion, where thirty stunning E...

Sin In The Second City: Madams, Ministers, Playboys, And The Battle For America's Soul

Step into the perfumed parlors of the Everleigh Club, the most famous brothel in American history–and the catalyst for a culture war that rocked the nation. Operating in Chicago’s notorious Levee district at the dawn of the last century, the Club’s proprietors, two aristocratic sisters named Minna and Ada Everleigh, welcomed moguls and actors, senators and athletes, foreign dignitaries and literary icons, into their stately double mansion, where thirty stunning E...

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