Under normal circumstances, the mystery community would be convening for a black-tie affair at a midtown Manhattan hotel, but this year—with a deadly pandemic still spreading and countries around the world on lockdown—the event has gone virtual. Read Barbara Bourland on class-conscious detectives. Read Elly Griffiths on empty estates and abandoned spaces. Read Angie Kim on writing courtroom scenes. Read John Vercher on social justice and the graphic novel. Read Alan Parks on Glasgow, city of crime and culture. Read Lisa Sandlin on the experience of learning to shoot.
All Eyes on Us. By Kit Frick. Frick creates an intense thriller as tension builds between Rosalie and Amanda, both of whom are dating Carter Shaw, the heir to a real-estate empire. After the two girls receive anonymous threats, they team up to end the charade and reveal the mastermind.
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