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 When The Chicago Post gets wind of the string of gruesome murders of young girls in reporter Camille Preaker's home town, Wind Gap, Missouri, Camille finds herself thrown back into a place that she had taken pains to escape from. A story riddled with toxic family relationships, deceit, and corruption, Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn follows Camille as she navigates through her life as a reporter and a former cit...

The detective novel “The Cuckoo’s Calling” by Robert Galbraith is a mystery novel, written by J.K Rowling. The hero of the Cuckoo’s Calling is Strike (a lumbering bear of a man with “the high, bulging forehead, broad nose and thick brows of a young Beethoven who had taken to boxing”) is part old-school private eye — a hard-luck tough guy with an almost existential take on life. Unfortunately for him, his private detective busi...

“The Girl on the Train” has more fun with unreliable narration than any chiller since “Gone Girl,” the book still entrenched on best-seller lists two and a half years after publication because nothing better has come along. “The Girl on the Train” has “Gone Girl”-type fun with unreliable spouses, too. Its author, Paula Hawkins, isn’t as clever or swift as Gillian Flynn, the author of “Gone Girl,” but she’s no slouch when it co...

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