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    Noir thriller that goes down rabbit hole of trauma and tragedy

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    Aug 4, 2020
    Jeong You-jeong is indisputably South Korea's queen of crime thrillers and she lives up to this billing in Seven Years Of Darkness. The atmospheric noir thriller, her third of five novels to date and the second to be translated into English, was originally published in Korean in 2011. It is...
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    ¿Qué está leyendo José Luís Peixoto?

    Spain
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    June 25, 2020
    Babelia prosigue el programa¿Qué estás leyendo? en formato videoconferencia, con el que intenta un recorrido por las lecturas de autores en distintas partes del mundo. Claudia Piñeiro, desde Buenos Aires, fue la primera.
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    Killing Eve tops The Sunday Times thrillers of the month for June

    U.K.
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    June 26, 2020
    While the latest series of Killing Eve on BBC1 again left in doubt whether the central duo will ever become a couple, the final book in the trilogy that inspired it ends the teasing game
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    ‘Seven Years of Darkness’ by You-Jeong Jeong

    U.S.A.
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    June 17, 2020
    Jeong, a bestselling author of psychological thrillers in her native South Korea (including “The Good Son”), wrote this novel,
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    The best recent crime and thrillers – review roundup

    U.K.
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    June 19, 2020
    The House on Fripp Island by Rebecca Kauffman; Seven Years of Darkness by You-jeong Jeong; The Other Passenger by Louise Candlish; The Devil You Know by Emma Kavanagh; Die for Me by Luke Jennings
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    Six new paperbacks to help you escape to someplace new

    United Arab Emirates
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    June 15, 2020
    Has coronavirus spoiled your summer holiday plans? Fret no! Let your imagination escape to faraway lands with these six new paperbacks.
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    Escape someplace new with these 6 paperbacks

    U.S.A.
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    June 10, 2020
    We still can’t travel much these days, but order one of these new paperbacks from your local bookstore, and let it take you to another place. “Big Sky” by Kate Atkinson (Little, Brown, $16.99). The great Atkinson put her Jackson Brodie detective series on pause for a while, in order to write a...
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    Paperbacks for when books are only form of travel

    U.K.
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    June 14, 2020
    We still can’t travel much these days, but here’s a ray of hope: Your neighborhood bookstore is probably open for curbside service. Order one of these new paperbacks, and let it take you to another place.
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    Coronavirus is still keeping us from traveling far for now — escape someplace new with these 6 new paperbacks

    U.S.A.
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    June 8, 2020
    We still can’t travel much these days, but here’s a ray of hope: Your neighborhood bookstore is probably open for curbside service. Order one of these new paperbacks, and let it take you to another place.

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