The Last Policeman: Reviews in Booklist, Library Journal Concord Monitor, and NY Journal of Books

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BooklistThe Last Policeman “is a solidly plotted whodunit with strong characters and excellent dialog.”

The Library Journal: Winters has created “a compelling mystery with surprising twists and turns, but more impressively he has created a world slowly collapsing under the prospect of its imminent demise.

The Concord Monitor “loved the detailed references to Concord; Winters did his homework.” (It’s true. I did.)

The New York Journal of Books: “a well-written mystery that will have readers eagerly awaiting the second installment.”

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The Last Policeman: Out Today!

The Last Policeman comes out today. You could buy it onAmazon, where it’s been named one of the best books of July. Or at the Apple iBookstore, where the download is this week’s Book of the Week. Or at your local independent bookstore, because it is an Indie NEXT List Book for July. Or at Barnes & Noble, where a reviewer for their website called it a “masterfully intricate police procedural.”

And if you’re in the Indianapolis area, come see me read and talk about the book tonight, July 10, at Big Hat Books!

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Today in Finished Books: The Last Policeman

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I just finished my new book, The Last Policeman, and when I say I just finished it, I mean I finished it last night at 9:30. It’s a murder mystery with a sci-fi twist, set in the great state of New Hampshire, and you can read it as of July 10, 2012. Although you can pre-order it right now, if you want.  

This morning I taped an interview with LiteraryNewEngland, which will air on Monday night, Feb. 28, at 8:00pm.

 

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