On Earth, scientists have discovered an infinite number of parallel worlds. When they discover a way to cross The Space Between Worlds, they send volunteers to Earths that are the most similar to our Earth—now named Earth 0. Those volunteers come back broken and soon die. Eventually, they discover that
Distasteful characters are full of Lies Lies Lies in this new domestic suspense tale. Daisy and Simon should be happy. They’ve been married since their youth. After some fertility issues, they were blessed with the perfect daughter, six-year-old Millie. Sure, Simon likes a drink, or ten, in the evening. And
Meg and family are running a Renaissance Faire on the weekends in The Falcon Always Wings Twice. And what does Meg’s curmudgeonly ornithologist Grandfather bring to the Ren Fest? Wrens, of course! However, Grand is also first on the suspect list when an universally disliked actor at the Faire is
The Eighth Detective is a clever thinking-man’s thriller that uses golden-age mystery tropes in an imaginative way. It’s a modern homage to the genre. And, surprisingly, a debut! It’s 1930 in Spain. Megan, Henry and Bunny meet to discuss their old Oxford school days. Bunny says, “The three of us
Armchair detectives, rejoice! The Honjin Murders has an ingenious puzzle to solve with fair clues and sneaky red herrings aplenty. “A locked room murder, a red ochre-painted room and the sound of the koto…” The Honjin Murders is the first (of 77!) in a famous series of Japanese detective novels.