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Monday, July 25, 2022

Long Gone by Joanna Schaffhausen

The second in Schaffhausen's Annalisa Vega series.  

From description:  Chicago detective Annalisa Vega shattered her life, personally and professionally, when she turned in her ex-cop father for his role in a murder. Her family can’t forgive her. Her fellow officers no longer trust her. So when detective Leo Hammond turns up dead in a bizarre murder, Annalisa thinks she has nothing to lose by investigating whatever secrets he hid behind the thin blue line.

The first book in this series was OK, but I didn't love it.  I liked this one better, but still not completely satisfied with it.  I like the Ellery Hathaway/Reed Markham series better.

Read in March.  Review scheduled for July 25.

St. Martin's Press
Suspense.  Aug. 9, 2022.  Print length:  304 pages.


Monday, July 18, 2022

 This is simply a reminder that At Home on an Unruly Planet will be published soon.  I reviewed it in February, but it is so good and so timely that it needs to be read widely.  Reviewed Here.  Scheduled for July 18.