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Ginny Greene

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Review: 'The Island,' by Adrian McKinty

Review: 'The Island,' by Adrian McKinty

Books in brief
Review: 'Cougar Claw,' by Cary J. Griffith

Review: 'Cougar Claw,' by Cary J. Griffith

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Review: 'The Darkest Place,' by Phillip Margolin

Review: 'The Darkest Place,' by Phillip Margolin

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Review: 'Faithless in Death,' by J.D. Robb

books in brief
Review: 'A Flicker in the Dark,' by Stacy Willingham

Review: 'A Flicker in the Dark,' by Stacy Willingham

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Review: 'Chasing the Boogeyman,' by Richard Chizmar

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Review: 'A Stranger in Town,' by Kelley Armstrong.

Review: 'A Stranger in Town,' by Kelley Armstrong.

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Review: 'We Begin at the End,' by Chris Whitaker

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Review: 'Dark Roads,' by Chevy Stevens

Review: 'Dark Roads,' by Chevy Stevens

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Review: 'Rock, Paper, Scissors,' by Alice Feeney

Books in brief

Review: 'The Photographer,' by Mary Dixie Carter

Review: 'The Stolen Hours,' by Allen Esken

Books in brief
"Wolf Kill" by Cary J. Griffith

Review: 'Wolf Kill,' by Cary J. Griffith

"The Other Emily" by Dean Koontz

Review: 'The Other Emily,' by Dean Koontz

"The Wife Upstairs" by Rachel Hawkins

Review: 'The Wife Upstairs,' by Rachel Hawkins

"Do No Harm" by Christina McDonald

Review: 'Do No Harm' by Christina McDonald

"The Unwilling" by John Hart

Review: 'The Unwilling,' by John Hart


Review: 'Little Disasters,' by Sarah Vaughan

"The Perfect Guests" by Emma Rous

Review: 'The Perfect Guests,' by Emma Rous


Review: 'The Deep, Deep Snow,' by Brian Freeman

Allen Eskens

Review: 'Nothing More Dangerous,' by Allen Eskens

FICTION: Friendship and racism are explored in this novel set in 1970s Missouri.
Marcie R. Rendon

Review: 'Girl Gone Missing,' by Marcie R. Rendon

FICTION: When young women begin disappearing from Moorhead State, Cash Blackbear sets out to find them.
My Lovely Wife
By Samantha Downing

Samantha Downing's 'My Lovely Wife' is a tale of suburban love and murder

FICTION: Just your typical, middle-class, garden-variety serial killers.
Castillo San Felipe del Morro. Peter Pauley, special to the Star Tribune

Puerto Rico welcomes visitors with wide-open beaches, great restaurants and charm

Charming Old San Juan, tropical dishes and wide-open beaches are among the delights here.
"The Shadows We Hide," by Allen Eskens

Review: 'The Shadows We Hide,' by Allen Eskens

FICTION: Joe Talbert returns in Twin Cities writer Allen Eskens' new novel.
William Kent Krueger

William Kent Krueger's 'Desolation Mountain' features a dead senator and dark plots

FICTION: In the 17th Cork O'Connor mystery, a Minnesota politician dies in an Iron Range plane crash and foul play is suspected.
Legendary, by Stephanie Garber

Review: 'Legendary,' by Stephanie Garber

YOUNG ADULT FICTION: The sinister and stunning world of Caraval returns.
Aimee Molloy Photo by Nina Subin

Review: 'The Perfect Mother,' by Aimee Molloy

FICTION: A group of new mothers bond — until one of the babies disappears.
Loretta Ellsworth

Review: 'Stars Over Clear Lake,' by Loretta Ellsworth.

FICTION: The famous Surf Ballroom is the setting for this wartime love triangle.
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Review: 'Into the Water,' by Paula Hawkins

FICTION: The author of "The Girl on the Train" dials up another terrifying suspense story, with twists and turns.
Marcie R. Rendon Photo by Rebecca McDonald

REVIEW: 'Murder on the Red River,' by Marcie R. Rendon

FICTION: A young Anishinabe woman who sees visions gets drawn into a murder on the North Dakota-Minnesota border in this debut mystery.
Anne Rice Photo by Michael Lionstar

REVIEW: 'Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis,' by Anne Rice

FICTION: Another dark fairy tale from the mistress of vampires, Anne Rice.
Jodi Picoult Photo by Deborah Feingold

Review: 'Small Great Things,' by Jodi Picoult

FICTION: A white baby dies and a black nurse is blamed in this haunting new novel.
Stephanie Wilbur Ash

REVIEW: 'The Annie Year,' by Stephanie Wilbur Ash

FICTION: In "The Annie Year" by Stephanie Wilbur Ash, a stranger disrupts the orderly life of a local businesswoman.
Caroline Leavitt Photo by Jeff Tamarkin

Review: 'Cruel Beautiful World,' by Caroline Leavitt

FICTION: A young girl runs off with her English teacher in 1969, and the romance changes quickly to captivity.
"Cooked to Death: Tales of Crime and Cookery"

Review: 'Cooked to Death: Tales of Crime and Cookery,' edited by Rhonda Gilliland and Michael Allan Mallory

FICTION: A yummy anthology collects stories – and recipes – from 17 Midwestern crime writers.
Andrew Michael Hurley Photo by Jonathan Bean

Review: 'The Loney,' by Andrew Michael Hurley

FICTION: Mystical healings and unexplained events inhabit this Gothic debut.
Kathleen Novak

Review: 'Do Not Find Me,' by Kathleen Novak

FICTION: A mysterious note leads a young woman to examine her father's past.
Dr. Alejandra Dashe, Northwestern Health Sciences University, Bloomington spoke July 25 at a symposium on pain.

Poverty limits therapies for patients with chronic pain

Alternative therapies still not as accessible for those with lower income, practitioners say.
Crowds of onlookers gathered Saturday, June 6, 2015, to watch the release of about 35 young male bison at Belwin Conservancy in the St. Croix Valley.

Bison release at Belwin Conservancy starts herd's summer vacation

Belwin Conservancy releases bison to stimulate prairie growth
CHS Field. ] (KYNDELL HARKNESS/STAR TRIBUNE) A tour of CHS Field, the new home for the St. Paul Saints in St. Paul Mi

Saints ballpark gets a warmup