Top 5 Crime Fiction/Legal Thrillers

As we wind down the year, we are going to be counting off our top five picks in several categories for the year.  To start with, we are kicking off with the Crime Fiction/Legal Thriller category.

Ninja's Daughter

1st Place

The Ninja’s Daughter by Susan Spann

With a quick pace and quirky characters, this book dives deep into Japanese Samurai culture.  If you haven’t started this series yet, you better get going.  The next one comes out summer 2017.

Read the full review.

Check out the author interview.

 

night-work

2nd Place

Night Work by David C. Taylor

Michael Cassidy is back at it and stuck in Cuba during the revolution.  Adding even more to the pot is that Dylan has surfaced in Cuba bringing back the romance from the first book.  Trust us, you won’t be disappointed.

Read the full review.

 

 

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3rd Place

Dressed for Death by Julianna Deering

After a two year absence, Drew Farthering has again graced our bookshelf with a new mystery.  Can he and Madeline survive their first mystery as a married couple?  Find out inside.

Read the full review.

 

 

In the Clearing

4th Place

In the Clearing by Robert Dugoni

Detective Tracey Crosswhite is back in action with a new mystery.  As one of our favorite detectives, it is easy to see why Dugoni makes the list every year.

Read the full review.

 

 

 

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5th Place

Murder Comes by Mail by A. H. Gabhart

Do you love fun, cozy mysteries?  So do we.  This series has keep us entertained the whole way through.

Read the full review.

 

 

 

fifth-column

Near Miss

Fifth Column by Mike Hollow

With plenty of British detective humor and banter, this book will satisfy both mystery lovers and WWII history enthusiasts.

Read the full review.

 

 

 

Who let the dog out

Near Miss

Who Let the Dog Out? by David Rosenfelt

Pet lovers, this is the series for you.  Andy Carpenter will warm your heart and keep you hooked on the reading.

Read the full review.

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