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Now in Stock – Ready to Ship!

VJ Books has received: Dale Brown – Executive Intent, Jeffery Deaver – Burning Wire, Thomas Perry – Strip, David Morrell (editor) – Thriller: 100 Must-Reads, Michael Koryta – So Cold The River, Sarah Prineas – The Magic Thief, Book Three: Found, and Peter Steiner – The Terrorist.

Signed First Editions

from Jeffrey Archer, Sam Bourne, Jilliane Hoffman, James W. Huston, Michael Koryta, Kyle Mills, Walter Mosley and Thomas Perry

Jeffrey Archer firmly established himself as a literary force with the publication of his first novel in 1975.  Now, 33 years later, he continues to defy his critics and delight his fans.  For years VJ Books has attempted to reach out to him in the UK to sign for our customers.  We are pleased to be able to announce that we will be delivering signed copies of his latest bestseller, Paths of Glory!

 
The growing impact of British writers on the mystery genre gets another boost with the release of Sam Bourne‘s second novel, The Last Testament.  Sam Bourne is the literary pseudonym of Jonathan Freedland, an award-winning British journalist and broadcaster.  Don’t miss this exciting release.
 
Also new to VJ Books is Michael Koryta, who makes an appearance with his fourth novel, Envy the Night.
 
We round out this notice with new books by Jilliane Hoffman, Kyle Mills, Walter Mosley, James W. Huston and Thomas PerryBoth the Huston and Perry books come with FREE copies of an earlier book. 

Best mysteries of 2008

(catholic.org, Dec. 17)

Sun Sentinel (MCT) – In “The Finder,” Colin Harrison combines a strong eye for social details and the intricacies of New York City for a novel that is equally literary fiction and mystery.

A scheme in which office cleaners steal a new pharmaceutical company’s paperwork leads to cohesive plot about greed, power and revenge. “The Finder’s” ensemble features characters from every stratum of New York society as well as sharp dialogue and fresh plot twists. Harrison’s original approach makes “The Finder” the top mystery of 2008.

(1) “The Finder.” Colin Harrison. Farrar, Straus, Giroux. A scheme to steal paperwork erupts into a perceptive, thriller about New York life. (more…)

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