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Twelve of the Jack Reacher short stories by Lee Child, that will thrill, chill, and keep you laughing.
Three unusual, hardly respectable heroes, in this anthology of historical romances by Diane Whiteside, Mia Malone, and Maggie Robinson.
It’s a question of honor, when Reacher finds that West Point 2005 class ring, an achievement you don’t throw away, and Reacher digs in to find it’s a small link in a far darker chain.
Eleven short stories in a matchup of fiction and thriller writers — a man and a woman pairing — revolving around a blend of the main characters in each pair of authors’ series.
It’s a deadly game of ambition that starts with two children playing “Witch Hunter” and ends with cold-blooded murder.
A raving kandra returns with images of the mythical metalminds owned by the Lord Ruler. Power that no one, least of all Uncle Edwarn or The Set should have.