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Overkill
To be reviewed on May 1, 2019 by Booklist

Overkill will be reviewed in the May 1, 2019 issue of Booklist. The reviewer says “More, please.” The complete review follows:

Symon’s popular mystery series about Mataura, New Zealand, police officer Sam Shephard began in 2007 with Overkill, which is finally being published in North America. It’s a dramatic and occasionally dark thriller about a cop whose investigation of a woman’s murder is complicated by the fact that the cop and the woman’s grieving husband were once lovers. Mataura is a remote rural town, and it's no surprise when Sam learns she is a suspect in the crime. Can she find the real killer and clear her name? Overkill is Symon's first novel, but it reads like the polished effort of a genre veteran. More, please. — David Pitt

Trap
Reviewed on April 15, 2019 by Booklist
Trap will receive a starred review in the April 15, 2019 issue of Booklist. The reviewer calls it “prime binge-reading.” 
The Body in the Boat
Reviewed on April 15, 2019 by Publishers Weekly
The Body in the Boat received a STARRED review in the April 15, 2019 issue of Publishers Weekly. The reviewer says “Fans of Imogen Robertson’s historicals will be pleased.”
Death in Summer
Reviewed on April 15, 2019 by Publishers Weekly
Death in Summer received a STARRED review in the April 15, 2019 issue of Publishers Weekly. The reviewer says “Those fond of sophisticated European police procedurals will enjoy this and look forward to Eschenbach’s next outing.” 
Mary's Household Tips & Tricks
Reviewed on April 1, 2019 by Publishers Weekly

Mary’s Household Tips & Tricks will be reviewed in the April 1, 2019 issue of Publishers Weekly. The reviewer says “With gorgeous color photos throughout, this book will draw the many fans of Berry’s cooking into her domestic-goddess life, offering eminently useful advice for experienced homemakers and domestic neophytes alike.”

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