The Expats

A move to Luxembourg for her husband’s career is a good reason for CIA officer Kate Moore to leave her life of secrets behind and reinvent herself as an expat, shuttling kids to school and lunching with other expat moms. But when Kate notices suspicious behavior from some new friends, she’s not sure if her past is catching up with her, or if her husband has been keeping secrets of his own. The Expats (Crown, $26) by Chris Pavone is a fast-paced and exciting thriller. I found myself reading faster than I wanted to, just to find out what was going to happen next.

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COLDPARTY: I’ve heard the Irish band Snow Patrol described a bunch of ways (often as “that one band that kinda sounds like Coldplay”), but I’ve never heard them called a “party” band. Until now. “Every concert should be as joyous,” enthused National Post reviewer Maryam Siddiqi of the band’s April 17 show in Toronto. Siddiqi praised Snow Patrol for encouraging audience participation, playing faithful renditions of their hits and even embarrassing an audience member who looked pissed.

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