The April 02 2016 issue of RTE is out and includes fifteen new reviews as well as a new interview:
Jacqueline Winspear in the 'Sixty seconds with . . .' interview hot seat:
Reviews this week:
THE NEVER-OPEN DESERT DINER James Anderson Reviewed by Yvonne Klein
Ben Jones, an independent trucker with a route along a secondary Utah
highway, leads a relatively untroubled life until he falls in love with
a cello-playing woman who seems to be hiding out in the desert.
OFF THE GRID C. J. Box Reviewed by Sharon Mensing
Joe and Nate Romanowski must stop a terrorist plot to take down the
DOUBLE SWITCH T. T. Monday Reviewed by Jim Napier
A pro baseball player and part-time PI tries to help an ex-Cuban recover
his family from kidnappers and finds himself confronted by a ruthless
professional killer and accused of murder himself.
THE MASTERMIND David Unger Reviewed by Christine Zibas
With nothing to live for, Attorney Guillermo Rosensweig decides to make
his death meaningful by taking his own life but accusing the country's
president of his murder. As happens with love and politics, however,
nothing goes as planned.
THE FATHER Anton Svensson Reviewed by Barbara Fister
Three boys raised by an abusive East European immigrant in Sweden become
a team of daring bank robbers.
THE EX Alafair Burke Reviewed by Craig Sisterson
Olivia Randall is a top New York City lawyer who finds herself defending
her former fiancé when he's accused of triple murder and his daughter
begs Olivia to help. But while Olivia can't believe the Jack Harris she
knew would kill anyone, doubts flicker as all the evidence begins to
BLOOD STRAND Chris Ould Reviewed by Cathy Downs
Returning to the Faroe Islands, the place of his birth, after decades
away, Jan Reyna searches for why his birth mother fled the Faroes with
him as an infant; once he arrives, the small island police force needs
help with a body washed up on the beach
JOURNEY TO MUNICH Jacqueline Winspear Reviewed by Ann Pearson
Maisie Dodds is called back by the British Secret Service to facilitate
the release of an engineer imprisoned in Dachau by impersonating his
MYCROFT HOLMES Kareem Abdul-Jabbar & Anna Waterhouse Reviewed by PJ
A very young Mycroft Holmes finds himself in Trinidad, pursuing his
fiancée and a crime or two
THE INFIDEL STAIN M. J. Carter Reviewed by Rebecca Nesvet
Avery and Blake are back, in 1840s London, where they probe the gruesome
murders of a series of printers
HARD COLD WINTER Glen Erik Hamilton Reviewed by PJ Coldren
Former Army Ranger Van Shaw does a favor for an old friend, and winds up
in the middle of a major mess involving his past and some very powerful
THE SPIRIT OF GRACE Terry Lynn Thomas Reviewed by Diana Borse
The Spirit of Grace is the spirit of Sarah Bennett's long-dead mother
who appears to Sarah now and then with hints about Sarah's past and the
death of the only mother she ever knew was blamed on Sarah.
THE CRACKED SPINE Paige Shelton Reviewed by Lourdes Venard
On starting her new job at a bookstore in Edinburgh, American Delaney
Nichols finds herself investigating a murder instead.
DEATH DEALS A HAND Janet Dawson Reviewed by Sharon Katz
Jill McLeod loves her job as a Zephyrette on the California Zephyr
train. As the hostess she gets to meet many different people as they
travel across the country. But when one of the porters finds a passenger
shot it's up to Jill to find out who the murderer is.
TRACKING THE BEAST Henry Kisor Reviewed by Sharon Mensing
Steve Martinez, Sheriff of Porcupine County, Michigan, tracks a
train-loving killer through the northern Michigan and Canadian landscape
surrounding Lake Superior.
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