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Little DisastersBy Sarah Vaughan. (Emily Bestner Books/Atria, 420 pages, $17.)What would you do if one of your dear, trusted friends was suspected of harming her…
The Perfect GuestsBy Emma Rous. (Berkley, 284 pages, $16.)Mystery, lies and intense family drama such as only the British can manufacture all crash together in…
The Deep, Deep SnowBy Brian Freeman. (Blackstone Publishing, 354 pages. $16.99.)Things are usually pretty quiet in the small forested town of Avery Weir, a place…
FICTION: Friendship and racism are explored in this novel set in 1970s Missouri.
FICTION: When young women begin disappearing from Moorhead State, Cash Blackbear sets out to find them.
FICTION: Just your typical, middle-class, garden-variety serial killers.
Charming Old San Juan, tropical dishes and wide-open beaches are among the delights here.
FICTION: Joe Talbert returns in Twin Cities writer Allen Eskens' new novel.
FICTION: In the 17th Cork O'Connor mystery, a Minnesota politician dies in an Iron Range plane crash and foul play is suspected.
YOUNG ADULT FICTION: The sinister and stunning world of Caraval returns.
FICTION: A group of new mothers bond — until one of the babies disappears.
FICTION: The famous Surf Ballroom is the setting for this wartime love triangle.
FICTION: The author of "The Girl on the Train" dials up another terrifying suspense story, with twists and turns.
FICTION: A young Anishinabe woman who sees visions gets drawn into a murder on the North Dakota-Minnesota border in this debut mystery.
FICTION: Another dark fairy tale from the mistress of vampires, Anne Rice.
FICTION: A white baby dies and a black nurse is blamed in this haunting new novel.
FICTION: In "The Annie Year" by Stephanie Wilbur Ash, a stranger disrupts the orderly life of a local businesswoman.
FICTION: A young girl runs off with her English teacher in 1969, and the romance changes quickly to captivity.
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.
FICTION: Mystical healings and unexplained events inhabit this Gothic debut.
FICTION: A mysterious note leads a young woman to examine her father's past.
Alternative therapies still not as accessible for those with lower income, practitioners say.
Belwin Conservancy releases bison to stimulate prairie growth