Category Archives: Recommended Books of the Day

Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Thursday, December 13, 2012 / “Death of a Neighborhood Witch: A Jaine Austen Mystery” by Laura Levine / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Death of A Neighborhood Witch (Jaine Austen Mystery) by Laura Levine. Who says you can’t mix murder with laughs? And some candy? Why Clay Stafford chose this book: This book was released by Kensington in time for Halloween. … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Tuesday, December 11, 2012 / “The Facility” by Simon Lelic / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is The Facility by Simon Lelic. A novel that will leave you questioning everything. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: About the first page of the first chapter, I thought, “What the…” Yet, I was riveted. The story takes … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Monday, December 10, 2012 / “Imitation of Death” by Cheryl Crane / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Imitation of Death by Cheryl Crane. Pruning sheers right in the chest. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: What could be finer on a cold winter day than a cozy from sunny California? “Imitation of Death” by Cheryl … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Friday, December 7, 2012 / “Last to Die” by Tess Gerritsen / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Last to Die by Tess Gerritsen. Save the kids. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: Let’s hope there is no “three’s the charm” in this book. Twice in a row, Teddy Clock has survived a massacre of his … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Thursday, December 6, 2012 / “Far North” by Michael Ridpath / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Far North by Michael Ridpath. What if greedy investors wiped out your life’s savings and walked away unscathed? Why Clay Stafford chose this book: What if greedy investors wiped out your life’s savings and walked away unscathed? Well, … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Tuesday, December 4, 2012 / “L’Assassin: A Thriller” by Peter Steiner / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is L’Assassin: A Thriller by Peter Steiner. Anti-terrorist fanaticism can be as dangerous as the real thing Why Clay Stafford chose this book: Today’s Book of the Day comes from fellow University of Miami alum (had to plug it) … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Monday, December 3, 2012 / “Valley of Ashes” by Cornelia Read / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Valley of Ashes by Cornelia Read. Nosey joking gets you burned. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: For those who have followed the writer/sleuth character Madeline Dare, she’s moved again. From Syracuse, NY (“A Field of Darkness”) to … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Friday, November 30, 2012 / “12.21” by Dustin Thomason / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is 12.21 by Dustin Thomason. Read this novel before 12/21/12. After that, it may not be available. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: Conspiracy theories and doomsday predictions do nothing for me in real life, but they are great … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Wednesday, November 28, 2012 / “Run to Ground” by D.P. Lyle / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Run To Ground by D.P. Lyle. What would you do if someone brutally murdered your child? Why Clay Stafford chose this book: The thriller “Run to Ground” is D.P. Lyle’s best work of fiction. I served for four … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Tuesday, November 27, 2012 / “Death of a Schoolgirl” by Joanna Campbell Slan / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Death of a Schoolgirl by Joanna Campbell Slan. Who would have thought Jane Eyre was such an excellent detective? Why Clay Stafford chose this book: Joanna Campbell Slan’s new historical series stars Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre. “Death of … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Monday, November 26, 2012 / “Man in the Blue Moon” by Michael Morris / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Man in the Blue Moon by Michael Morris. The rich get richer and the poor…keep fighting them off. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: You have to ask yourself, what has Michael Morris been doing all these years? … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Monday, November 19, 2012 / “The Dark Winter” by David Mark / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is The Dark Winter by David Mark. You can cheat death once, but not a second time. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: A sense of place is set. “This chilly, complicated Yorkshire air, laced with the salt and … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Wednesday, November 14, 2012 / “Death in the Floating City” by Tasha Alexander / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Death in the Floating City by Tasha Alexander. Venice. Cat fights. Ill-fated love. Murder. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: With “Death in the Floating City,” Tasha Alexander has written what I think is probably her best … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Monday, November 12, 2012 / “Luther: The Calling” by Neil Cross / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Luther: The Calling by Neil Cross. Womb raiders. A missing child. A serial killer. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: I’m a speed reader. I read one book a night. This one I had to take slowly like … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Thursday, October 25, 2012 / “The Accomplice” by Charles Robbins / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is The Accomplice by Charles Robbins. If you want a friend in Washington, get a dog. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: In the race for a new president, this is a political thriller in the truest sense, a … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Tuesday, October 23, 2012 / “Laura Lamont’s Life in Pictures” by Emma Straub / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Laura Lamont’s Life in Pictures by Emma Straub. A star is born. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: This novel takes me back in time. Maybe it is my own personal past experiences in summer stock, but I … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Monday, October 22, 2012 / “Rebecca” by Daphne Du Maurier / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier. It’s classic, gothic, romantic suspense at its finest. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: “Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again.” One of my absolute favorite opening lines. And the book never … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Friday, October 19, 2012 / “The Sleeping and The Dead” by Jeff Crook / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is The Sleeping and the Dead by Jeff Crook. From the first page, I was hooked. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: I started Jeff Crook’s first mystery “The Sleeping and the Dead” and couldn’t put it down. Crook … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Thursday, October 18, 2012 / “Taken” by Benedict Jacka / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Taken by Benedict Jacka. No evidence, no witnesses, no suspects. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: We’re veering from the normal (“normal world,” that is) in today’s Killer Nashville Book of the Day. “Taken” by Benedict Jacka is … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Wednesday, October 17, 2012 / “They Eat Puppies, Don’t They?” by Christopher Buckley / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is They Eat Puppies, Don’t They? by Christopher Buckley. Washington, D.C. has gone upside-down. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: This book cracked me up. In honor of the political season, today’s Killer Nashville Book of the Day is … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Tuesday, October 16, 2012 / “Only One Life” by Sara Blædel / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Only One Life by Sara Blædel. A dead teen and an ethnic community wishing autonomy. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: Today’s Killer Nashville Book of the Day is an introduction to author Sara Blædel, Denmark’s designated “Queen … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Monday, October 15, 2012 / “Cat in a White Tie and Tails: A Midnight Louie Mystery” by Carole Nelson Douglas / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Cat in a White Tie and Tails: A Midnight Louie Mystery by Carole Nelson Douglas. Sometimes it takes a cat to sniff out the bad guys. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: I picked up Carole Nelson Douglas’s … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Friday, October 12, 2012 / “The Story of My Assassins” by Tarun J. Tejpal / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is The Story of My Assassins by Tarun J. Tejpal. Whores, waifs, politicians, venture capitalists, and a journalist who must investigate himself. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: Today’s book of the day takes us on a thrilling and … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Wednesday, October 10, 2012 / “A Land More Kind Than Home” by Wiley Cash / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is A Land More Kind Than Home by Wiley Cash. Evil cannot be hidden behind newspaper-covered windows. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: Told from three points of view, “A Land More Kind Than Home” by debut author Wiley Cash chronicles … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Tuesday, October 9, 2012 / “Don’t Ever Get Old” by Daniel Friedman / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Don’t Ever Get Old by Daniel Friedman. Growing old doesn’t have to mean a life watching the Fox News Network. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: When you read the first chapter of “Don’t Ever Get Old,” the debut novel … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Monday, October 8, 2012 / “A Sunless Sea: A William Monk Novel” by Anne Perry / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is A Sunless Sea: A William Monk Novel by Anne Perry. For the brutal murder of of one woman, an innocent woman may hang. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: Real. That’s the word I would use to describe … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Tuesday, October 2, 2012 / “Hiss and Hers: An Agatha Raisin Mystery” by M.C. Beaton / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Hiss and Hers: An Agatha Raisin Mystery by M.C.Beaton. Snakes, snakes, everywhere, snakes! Why Clay Stafford chose this book: It was raining last night and I thought, as I listened to the rain patter against the window glass, … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Friday, September 28, 2012 / “The Ritual Bath” by Faye Kellerman / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is The Ritual Bath by Faye Kellerman. A woman is brutally raped at a remote, sheltered religious institution. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: From 1986, this book started the Faye Kellerman phenomenon. Taking place at a remote, sheltered … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Thursday, September 27, 2012 / “No Sale” by Patrick Conrad / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is No Sale by Patrick Conrad. A serial killer is loose in 1998 and taking his cues from old movies. Why I chose this book: Wow. Having just read this, I’m dumbfounded. Incredible. From the first page two things … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Monday, September 24, 2012 / “Blades of Winter” by G.T. Almasi / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Blades of Winter by G.T. Almasi. Move over James Bond. There’s a new girl in town, 19 and unstoppable. Why Clay Stafford chose this book: Today’s Book of the Day is non-stop action and fits solidly in the … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Friday, September 21, 2012 / “The Absent One” by Jussi Alder-Olsen / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is The Absent One by Jussi Alder-Olsen. Buy from Amazon and Support Killer Nashville Why I chose this book: “The Absent One” is my first introduction to Danish author Jussi Adler-Olsen and only the second of his books to be … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Thursday, September 20, 2012 / “St. Petersburg Noir” Edited by Julia Goumen & Natalia Smirnova / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is St. Petersburg Noir Edited by Julia Goumen. Why I chose this book: ST. PETERSBURG NOIR / Julia Goumen & Natalia Smirnova, editors The short story collection, “St. Petersburg Noir,” was an absorbing trip for me. Unfortunately, I can’t tell … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Wednesday, September 19, 2012 / “The Riddle of the Sands” by Erskine Childers / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is The Riddle of the Sands by Erskine Childers. Why I chose this book: THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDS / Erskine Childers (1903) – Google for info, notablyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Riddle_of_the_Sands. While in my “classics” state of mind before going back to some … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Thursday, September 13, 2012 / “The Thirty-Nine Steps” by John Buchan / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is The Thirty-Nine Steps by John Buchan (1915). Why I chose this book: Today’s Killer Nashville Book of the Day is one of those classics all thriller writers should be familiar with because, whether you know it or not, … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Wednesday, September 12, 2012 / “Dead Stars” by Bruce Wagner / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is Dead Stars by Bruce Wagner. Why I chose this book: This novel is all over the place, but it all comes down to this: Fame. More of it. Lack of it. Slipping of it. More superficial inner-character diatribes … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Tuesday, September 11, 2012 / “The Yellow Birds” by Kevin Powers / Reviewed by Clay Stafford

Today’s featured book is The Yellow Birds by Kevin Powers. Why I chose this book: THE YELLOW BIRDS This is a book that will change the way you look at war and what an appropriate book to release on 9/11. It … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Monday, September 10, 2012 / “What You Wish For” by Janet Dawson

Today’s featured book is “What You Wish For” by Janet Dawson. Why I chose this book: WHAT YOU WISH FOR Lindsey Page’s world is about to change: her estranged daughter comes home, her friends are not what she thought they were, and … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Friday, September 7, 2012 / “The Darling Dahlias and the Confederate Rose” by Susan Wittig Albert

Today’s featured book is The Darling Dahlias and the Confederate Rose by Susan Wittig Albert. Why I chose this book: Susan Wittig Albert is a long-time writer of historicals from various time periods. Her latest series,“The Darling Dahlias” is set in the South … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Thursday, September 6, 2012 / “Death in Breslau” by Marek Krajewski

Today’s featured book is Death in Breslau Marek Krajewski. Why I chose this book: DEATH IN BRESLAU Author Marek Krajewski’s set of four crime novels featuring Counsellor Eberhard Mock have been translated into 14 languages. To my knowledge, this first book in … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Wednesday, September 5, 2012 / “Garment of Shadows: A Novel of Suspense Featuring Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes” by Laurie R. King

Today’s featured book is Garment of Shadows: A Novel of Suspense Featuring Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes by Laurie R. King. Why I chose this book: This is not your traditional Sherlock Holmes. In the latest novel featuring Mary Russell and her … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Tuesday, September 4, 2012 / “The Three-Day Affair” by Michael Kardos

Today’s featured book is The Three-Day Affair by Michael Kardos. Why I chose this book: Debut author Michael Kardos should be having a grand day today. Not only does he have a new book release today, but the book is riveting and … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Friday, August 31, 2012 / “Hocus” by Jan Burke

Today’s featured book is Hocus by Jan Burke. Why I chose this book: Here’s a little dip into the past: In Jan Burke’s 2003 “Hocus,” reporter Irene Kelly’s husband (Det. Frank Harriman) has been kidnapped and she has only 3 days to … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Friday, August 24, 2012 / “A Cup Full of Midnight” by Jaden Terrell

Today’s featured book is A Cup Full of Midnight by Jaden Terrell. Buy From Amazon and Support Killer Nashville Why I chose this book: Beth Terrell, executive director for Killer Nashville, knows first-hand I’m blatantly anti-nepotistic. In fact, I’m harder on family … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Wednesday, August 22, 2012 / “The Headmaster’s Wager” by Vincent Lam

Today’s featured book is The Headmaster’s Wager by Vincent Lam. Why I chose this book: People aren’t who they appear to be. That’s the consensus of this debut novel by Canadian author (and full-time physician) Vincent Lam whose interwoven short-story collection “Bloodletting … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Tuesday, August 21, 2012 / “Stealing from the Dead” by A.J. Zerries

Today’s featured book is Stealing from the Dead by A.J. Zerries. Why I chose this book: An old woman dies in her New York apartment. The apartment reveals little – in fact – too little. Detective Greta Strasser can’t leave it alone … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Monday, August 20, 2012 / “Pork Pie Hat” by Peter Straub

Today’s featured book is Pork Pie Hat by Peter Straub. Why I chose this book: From our 2012 Killer Nashville Guest of Honor Peter Straub, but that is not why I chose it. It’s one of my favorite books, which just happens … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / “Oregon Hill” by Howard Owen

Today’s featured book is Oregon Hill by Howard Owen. Why I chose this book: A colorful reporter who is a sardonic spectator. The wrong perpetrator charged. The reporter saves the day. You probably think you’ve read this story before. But you would … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Thursday, August 16, 2012 / “Miss Me When I’m Gone” by Emily Arsenault

Today’s featured book is Miss Me When I’m Gone by Emily Arsenault. Why I chose this book: The accidental death of a bestselling author whose mother had been murdered 20 years before. An unfinished manuscript. A stack of notebooks. Tape recordings. And … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / “Tigers in Red Weather” by Liza Klaussmann

Today’s featured book is Tigers in Red Weather by Liza Klaussmann. Why I chose this book: Five people don’t always see things the same, especially when some are concealing secrets. That’s the case in the Liza Klaussmann’s soap opera-like (meant as a … Continue reading

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Killer Nashville’s Book of the Day / Tuesday, August 14, 2012 / “Flat Spin” by David Freed

Today’s featured book is Flat Spin by David Freed. Why I chose this book: Pulitzer Prize winning author David Freed’s first book about an ex-military assassin turned flight instructor is enough to make your head buzz. “Flat Spin” is a fast moving … Continue reading

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