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message 1: by Jenny (new)

Jenny (diggensjenny) Hello fellow Crime, Mystery, and Thriller Readers,

Nominations for our November 2019 General Book of the Month are now open. To ensure your nomination will be included in our poll, please make sure it conforms to the following guidelines:

✔️ You may nominate one (1) book.

✔️Only members who have actively participated in prior book discussions will be permitted to nominate books for the following month. If you have recently joined the group, please do participate in the current month's discussion so you qualify as a valid nominator.

✔️By entering a nomination you are agreeing to act as our Discussion Leader for the month-long Book Discussion for that book, if it wins.

Don't worry it is neither difficult nor time consuming. The moderators are here to help in the event that you need a hand. Please refrain from nominating a book if you are not prepared to lead the discussion.

✔️ Your nomination should be in the crime, mystery, or thriller genres or their subgenres.

✔️Your nomination should not have been read by the group in the past 24 months.

✔️A book is only eligible if it is available in paperback and digital formats in the US, Canada, UK, and Australia.

Please understand we are trying to give all our members the opportunity to participate in our book discussions. We don't want to exclude a significant portion of our members because they do not have availability to the book nominated.

✔️You may only nominate the first book in a series.

The 2nd and subsequent books in a series may be nominated only after the group has read the prior books in that series.

✔️Post your nomination as a comment below.

DO NOT notify the moderators of your selection by way of a private message, if you do you run the risk of your nomination being excluded from the poll.

✔️To ensure your nomination is included in our poll correctly, do include the name of both the book and the author.You would be surprised at how many books have the same title. You are welcome to use the "add book/author" tool, which is located above the right upper corner of the comment window when you nominate your selection.

📌AUTHORS please note: We DO NOT accept nominations of your own work. Please see our Author/Publisher Guidelines for more information. You are, however, welcome to participate in the nomination (of another author's work), polling, and book discussions in general.

If you have any questions, you can leave a comment in this discussion or message Gem or Jenny directly.

The nomination period will close on Sunday, (Date) at approximately 7:3o pm MST (UTC/GMT -7).

Polling will begin on Wednesday, (Date).

Thank you and happy reading!

message 3: by Jamie, Moderator (last edited Sep 11, 2019 07:10AM) (new)

Jamie Zaccaria | 154 comments Mod
Ripper by Isabel Allende.

Ripper by Isabel Allende

"...atmospheric, fast-paced mystery involving a brilliant teenage sleuth who must unmask a serial killer in San Francisco"

message 4: by Christine (new)

Christine Hatfield  (christinesbookshelves) | 1853 comments I nominate The Best Of Court TV Too Young To Die by David Jacobs

message 5: by Aditya (new)

Aditya | 1865 comments I nominate A Rising Man by Abir Mukherjee. A rare Edgar nominated mystery set in my city, so I have been meaning to read this one for sometime.

message 6: by Stephen (new)

Stephen | 8 comments "To The Lions" by Holly Watt!

message 7: by Danny (new)

Danny Tyran (danny_) | 135 comments I nominate Cari Mora by Thomas Harris Cari Mora by Thomas Harris

From the creator of Hannibal Lecter and The Silence of the Lambs comes a story of evil, greed, and the consequences of dark obsession.

Twenty-five million dollars in cartel gold lies hidden beneath a mansion on the Miami Beach waterfront. Ruthless men have tracked it for years. Leading the pack is Hans-Peter Schneider. Driven by unspeakable appetites, he makes a living fleshing out the violent fantasies of other, richer men.

Cari Mora, caretaker of the house, has escaped from the violence in her native country. She stays in Miami on a wobbly Temporary Protected Status, subject to the iron whim of ICE. She works at many jobs to survive. Beautiful, marked by war, Cari catches the eye of Hans-Peter as he closes in on the treasure. But Cari Mora has surprising skills, and her will to survive has been tested before.

Monsters lurk in the crevices between male desire and female survival. No other writer in the last century has conjured those monsters with more terrifying brilliance than Thomas Harris. Cari Mora, his sixth novel, is the long-awaited return of an American master.

message 8: by Danielle (new)

Danielle Tremblay (danielle_t) | 2134 comments I nominate The Chain by Adrian McKinty The Chain Adrian McKinty

You just dropped off your child at the bus stop. A panicked stranger calls your phone. Your child has been kidnapped, and the stranger explains that their child has also been kidnapped, by a completely different stranger. The only way to get your child back is to kidnap another child within 24 hours. Your child will be released only when the next victim's parents kidnap yet another child, and most importantly, the stranger explains, if you don't kidnap a child, or if the next parents don't kidnap a child, your child will be murdered. You are now part of The Chain.

message 9: by Kathleen (new)

Kathleen Daly | 142 comments I’d like to nominate, “Ordinary Grace”, by William Kent Krueger.

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