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The Gabriel McRay Series by Laurie Stevens
“This is a very unique, nuanced thriller with multiple layers of intrigue… had me hooked from the first page.”
“Stevens sets the stage for graphic sensory details and a fast-paced, tantalizing mystery that utilizes her passion and research in forensics and psychology… Memorable characters, macabre scenes, and a dazzling portrayal of reality will leave readers anxious for book two in the Gabriel McRay series.”
Kirkus Reviews (a starred review)
“Stevens has once again brought us to the edge of our seats with her gift for psychological suspense and leaves us scarred forever. Our relationship with her is tenuous at best, but like Ming is drawn to the tortured soul of McRay, we too are drawn in to the heat, better to be burned than to have never known the flame."
Facing the Shards by Joy Ruth Mickelson
"Capturing the quirks, kindness, and cruelty of her foster families, Mickelson delivers a sadly realistic personal account of life in England during the war and of the anti-Semitism that pervaded that country even as it fought Nazi Germany.
A moving work of memory—focusing on two sisters’ wartime struggles—that helps bridge the wide gulf between childhood and adulthood."