Brace yourself! We have thrillers for you this week, from S. A. Cosby’s revenge novel “Razorblade Tears” to Christine Mangan’s fevered “Palace of the Drowned,” about the intense and possessive friendship between two women. Matt Bell’s “Appleseed” offers an apocalyptic vision of climate change. Zakiya Dalila Harris’s “The Other Black Girl” takes readers inside the world of New York publishing. Dean Jobb’s “The Case of the Murderous Dr. Cream” revisits the true story of a Victorian-era serial killer. And there are thrills of another kind to be found in the life of Fernando Pessoa, the great Portuguese writer who left behind a body of ingenious work under a tangled thicket of assumed names and identities; in “Pessoa,” the biographer Richard Zenith resurrects them all.
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