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Steve E. Clark is an avid reader, and enjoys sharing his reviews of suspense, mystery, thrillers and history.

Take a look through some of his reviews, and you may find a great book to add to your library!

Steve Clark is an author and lawyer in Oklahoma City specializing in medical malpractice. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, an honor limited to the top 1% of attorneys. He is also listed in The Best Lawyers in America.

Steve E. Clark is an avid reader, and enjoys sharing his reviews of suspense, mystery, thrillers and history.
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Guest List

Have you ever watched an old movie or a soap opera whereafter any dramatic element of dialog the background music ramps up a deep ta dum or similar effect? Multiple times? To the point it gets annoying? Well, that’s what Lucy Foley does in The Guest List (Morrow...

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Every Vow

Every Vow

Peter Swanson’s Every Vow You Break (Morrow $28) has a great premise and has gotten nice reviews (NY Times). But it may be the worst book I’ve ever reviewed. A great writer can take a well-worn premise or an old story like A Thousand Acres by Jane Smiley (based on...

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Shed No Tears

Shed No Tears

I was browsing my local independent bookstore (yay indies!) when I picked up Shed No Tears by Caz Frear (Harper, 26.99). Mystery always gets my attention, so I sprung for it. And British cop books are always cerebral. The detective is unlikely to shoot it out with the...

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Troubled Blood

Troubled Blood

J.K. Rowling has released another mystery, Troubled Blood (Little Brown, $29.00), under her pen name, Robert Galbraith, starring two memorable characters, Cormoran Strike and Robin Ellacott. If you have not read any of the previous books, Strike is a private detective...

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Twenty-two Minutes of Unconditional Love

Twenty-two Minutes of Unconditional Love

Daphne Merkin has written a darling short novel Twenty-two Minutes of Unconditional Love (Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, $26.00). If you think the twenty-two minutes she is referring to is about sex, you have a dirty mind. Congratulations, you are right. Judith Stone is...

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More Better Deals

More Better Deals

Joe Lansdale in More Better Deals (Little Brown, $27.00) has written a take-off on James Cain’s The Postman Always Rings Twice. Beautiful woman married to a disgusting wife beater, meets a younger good-looking guy, Ed Edwards, falls in love. They plan to murder the...

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