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Hidden: First in a new mystery series (A Black Hat Thriller) Paperback – July 1, 2016
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"Hidden is a gem of a novel in which Olson―previously limited by the confines of the cozy genre―emerges as a powerhouse thriller writer. Nuanced storytelling and characters that are both complex and compelling elevate this work, as do richly rendered atmospheric detail and a well-balanced techno savvy. Much like her resourceful protagonist, the author has proven herself a force to be reckoned with―and this welcome reemergence will leave readers rejoicing." (Examiner.com)
"Effective descriptive writing, coupled with the reflective protagonist, give this thriller a contemplative feel while not sacrificing suspense" (Booklist)
“Olson provides thrills and spills " (Kirkus Reviews)
"This is the first in a three part series. I’m glad, since the ending left me feeling unsatisfied. I want more. I need to know what will happen to Nicole next." (C MacLean, reviewer)
"A contemporary, atmospheric thriller with an engaging protagonist" (L LeGrow, Reviewer)
This tense and twisting novel of identity and suspense marks an intriguing new departure for cozy mystery writer Karen E. Olson.
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Although I tend to enjoy books with intelligent female main characters who can think on their feet, I found Hidden slow going. I was slow to warm up to the story, and I never did warm up to Nicole. Even though the book has an ending that should make readers want more, I have to admit that my lukewarm reception of Nicole means that I am the exception instead of the rule. This is definitely a case of a well-written book that's just not my cup of tea.