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New Thrillers from John Grisham and More

By Bianca Smith • October 22, 2017

Who doesn't love new books? New stories, new insights, new releases are always exciting. And whether you buy them to deliver the day they hit the shelves, or wish list it here to wait for a reduced cost copy, we're excited to share some new titles. There are thrillers, a political commentary that'll have you in stiches, and even a paranormal romance.

The Rooster Bar - John Grisham
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First on the list is the latest from the king of legal thrillers himself, John Grisham. Do you believe it's his 25th legal thriller? We're glad he stopped practicing law and started writing fiction about it. Let's have John describe his new story:

 “I think loyal fans will enjoy it, and people who have yet to pick up one of my novels should find a lot to like. It revolves around a few young renegade law students who set up shop out of a dive bar in Washington, DC, and start 'practicing' law. They're on shaky ground, but their cause is just, and their story makes for a fun read!”

Quick and Dirty - Stuart Woods
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Stone Barrington is back and this time he's pulled into the exclusive art world, where money and reputation are worth killing over. Long-time series fans will love the latest mysteries in this highly anticipated novel.

Mind Game - Iris Johansen
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This #1 New York Times best-selling author is taking us to Scotland for her 22nd book. We've been promised a high-octane thriller, with a touch of complication: Seth Caleb is back. What will this mean for Jane MacGuire?

Tell Tale: Stories - Jeffrey Archer
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Next, we break from the thrillers with a new release from a thriller writer. Jeffrey Archer has penned a collection of short stories about the people he has met and the countries he has visited in the last 10 years. Sounds like a perfect way to adventure without leaving your comfy spot.

Why We Don't Suck - Denis Leary
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It is interesting times and in his follow-up to Why We SuckDenis Leary looks at the divisions in America today, though a comedian's eye. However, this is Denis Leary, so while the topic may be serious, it's probably not the best to read aloud on a family road trip.

Leopard's Blood - Christine Feehan
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Let's end the week's new releases with a little romance, paranormal romance to be exact. The latest in the bestselling Leopard People series takes us to violent underworld of Louisiana's bayous. Love tames the savage beast, right?

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