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5 new mysteries provide thrills and chills on long winter nights …

“Robicheaux,” by James Lee Burke. (Simon Schuster, 445 pages, $27.99.)

To read James Lee Burke’s latest novel is to see what poet John Milton described as “darkness visible.” This novel draws the reader into a world populated by those who seek “dominion over others,” where “enforcement of the law” is situational, where the air smells of cypress, pecans and insecticide, where the demons “misogyny, cruelty … and the collective indifference toward the fate of people who have neither power or voice” run rampant. Burke’s iconic detective, Robicheaux, is mourning the death of his wife, Molly, while investigating the possibility “he’s done something his conscious mind refuses to accept” — that is, he’s murdered a man for vengeance. Robicheaux tries to keep his faith and his sobriety but when a “silver spoon conman,” his narcissism and greed laid bare, rises to power, Robicheaux falls. To read this bleak,

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5 new mysteries provide thrills and chills on long winter nights

“Robicheaux,” by James Lee Burke. (Simon Schuster, 445 pages, $27.99.)

To read James Lee Burke’s latest novel is to see what poet John Milton described as “darkness visible.” This novel draws the reader into a world populated by those who seek “dominion over others,” where “enforcement of the law” is situational, where the air smells of cypress, pecans and insecticide, where the demons “misogyny, cruelty … and the collective indifference toward the fate of people who have neither power or voice” run rampant. Burke’s iconic detective, Robicheaux, is mourning the death of his wife, Molly, while investigating the possibility “he’s done something his conscious mind refuses to accept” — that is, he’s murdered a man for vengeance. Robicheaux tries to keep his faith and his sobriety but when a “silver spoon conman,” his narcissism and greed laid bare, rises to power, Robicheaux falls. To read this bleak,

Read more at: http://www.startribune.com/5-new-mysteries-provide-thrills-and-chills-on-long-winter-nights/468870703/

‘Criminal Minds’ Winter Premiere Recap: A Drought is Connected to Backyard Pool Murders

The BAU heads to Ramona, California to investigate a series of backyard pool homicides in this episode of Criminal Minds. But what do they make of the accompanying thefts, especially when the UnSub is taking costume jewelry, bowling trophies and cheap coins?

“Submerged” also features Lou Diamond Phillips guest starring as the local sheriff, and I have to admit, I did wonder if he’d get enough material playing local law enforcement rather than, say, the UnSub. Sheriff Clifford does have a couple nice moments with Rossi, which is more than I expected.

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Something’s Not Adding up with the UnSub

The first victim, an 82-year-old widower, Ben, was found at the bottom of his pool, tied to a cinder block, as was the second victim, the divorced Bert, six days later. The latest victims are newlyweds Larry and Wanda Robbins, and while he was

Read more at: http://www.buddytv.com/articles/criminal-minds/criminal-minds-winter-premiere-67221.aspx

‘Criminal Minds’ Winter Premiere Recap: A Drought is Connected to …

The BAU heads to Ramona, California to investigate a series of backyard pool homicides in this episode of Criminal Minds. But what do they make of the accompanying thefts, especially when the UnSub is taking costume jewelry, bowling trophies and cheap coins?

“Submerged” also features Lou Diamond Phillips guest starring as the local sheriff, and I have to admit, I did wonder if he’d get enough material playing local law enforcement rather than, say, the UnSub. Sheriff Clifford does have a couple nice moments with Rossi, which is more than I expected.

The 16 Most Terrifying Serial Killers on Criminal Minds

Something’s Not Adding up with the UnSub

The first victim, an 82-year-old widower, Ben, was found at the bottom of his pool, tied to a cinder block, as was the second victim, the divorced Bert, six days later. The latest victims are newlyweds Larry and Wanda Robbins, and while he was

Read more at: http://www.buddytv.com/articles/criminal-minds/criminal-minds-winter-premiere-67221.aspx

‘Criminal Minds’ Season 12 Winter Premiere Live Stream: How to Watch Online

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Season 12 of Criminal Minds resumes tonight with its winter premiere, featuring episode 11. The title of the episode is “Surface Tension” and the show airs in its usual time slot of 9 – 10 p.m. ET/PT. The official CBS synopsis for tonight’s show reads:

The BAU investigates when a bizarre hieroglyph is found under a deceased homeless man’s armpit; Reid decides to take his mother out of a clinical study early to bring her home.

Fans are still hoping that former star Thomas Gibson will some day be able to return to the show, after being fired. In the meantime, here are details on how to watch

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‘Criminal Minds’ Spoilers, Winter Return Date Scoop: What’s Coming Up In The Season 12 Fall Finale?

The Season 12 Criminal Minds fall finale airs Wednesday night on CBS and fans are anxious for spoilers. There is a new profiler about to join the Behavioral Analysis Unit, and the current team members are a bit on edge in anticipation of the addition. What else can viewers expect from “Scarecrow” airing on December 7 and when will the show’s winter premiere air?

According to TVLine, new series regular Damon Gupton will first appear in the Season 12, Episode 8 show set to air Wednesday night. This fall finale will introduce Stephen Walker, a new profiler whom Prentiss had met during a previous case. Criminal Minds spoilers detail that Prentiss will not disclose much to the rest of the BAU crew ahead of time regarding Walker, and this leaves everybody to do some speculating on their own.

Viewers may recognize actor Damon Gupton from some of his previous roles that

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