Thriller novelist J.T. Ellison channels Agatha Christie in the suspense-filled "Her Dark Lies."
In Two Truths and a Lie, reporter-turned-PI Ellen McGarrahan recounts her quest for the truth about a decades-old murder and offers profound insights on grief and justice.
In Sometimes You Have to Lie, Leslie Brody traces the origin story of author Louise Fitzhugh and her children's classic, Harriet the Spy.
Courting Justice: Vanderbilt law scholar Sara Mayeux chronicles the role of the public defender in American history.
Spenser Hits 50: Ace Atkins keeps the action going in Robert B. Parker’s Someone to Watch Over Me.
A lonely young woman becomes a murder suspect in R.J. Jacobs’ new novel, "Somewhere in the Dark."
It's been a crazy year, with no shortage of fraud. Here are a few of 2020's greatest hits.
Nashville author Ariel Lawhon’s latest is a masterful novel about an unsung World War II heroine.
This was no crime of the century. It was too horrible; he was too hollow; and there was nothing to analyze.
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