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Other Stuff to Read

Looking for something to read while you wait on the next Vargus/McBain opus? Fear not. I’ve put together a list of recommended books that happen to be perfect for reading. (Oh, and they’re all free on Kindle Unlimited if you ride with KU.)

First up is the book I’m reading now: An Innocent Client by Scott Pratt. Here’s a murder mystery told through a blend of legal thriller and police procedural points of view. The first book in the Joe Dillard series is funny, gritty, and emotionally charged. I think Violet Darger fans would love it. Sadly, the author died in a diving accident a few months back. RIP Mr. Pratt.

An Innocent Client by Scott Pratt

Next up, we’ve got Polar Vortex by Matthew Mather, a thriller about a flight disappearing over the North Pole. How can a modern airliner simply vanish in one of the most heavily monitored places on Earth? You’ll have to read to find out. Mather is well known for blending science fiction intrigue with pulse-pounding thrills.

Looking for something more fun than gritty? Try the first book in The Rogue Dungeon series by eden Hudson and James Hunter. This litRPG book made me laugh a lot, but it also packed a lot of excitement and fun into its story and characters. I think if you like Stephen King’s Dark Tower books or Jim Butcher, you’d enjoy this. The audiobook is especially awesome.
And of course, you could grab the brand new book in the Damien Drake series by Patrick Logan. Drake is an alcoholic New York Detective fighting demons both inside and out. (We’ve shared ’em before, but newbs to the ways of Patrick Logan can start the Drake series with Butterfly Kissesfor $0.99 or the first book in his Chase Adams thriller series, Frozen Stiff, also for $0.99.)

That’s all for now. We’ll have news to deliver next week, so keep an eye out.

-Tim & LT

2 thoughts on “Other Stuff to Read

  1. Hello to both of you writers. I want to thank you for continuing to write the violet Darger series. I love books that include profilers and being able to see inside the criminals mind for clues on how to catch them. I can tell you so your research and know what you writing about. I know that profilers typically go to crime scenes now but it is more fun to imagine that they do. Thank you very much. This is my favorite series.

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