For fans of British psychological suspense, the latest from Fiona Barton: The Child. About the book: (from the publisher) As an old house is demolished in a gentrifying section of London, a workman discovers a tiny skeleton, buried for years. For journalist Kate Waters, it’s a story that deserves attention. She cobbles together a piece for her newspaper, […]
The Day I Died by Lori Rader-Day About the book: (from the publisher) Anna Winger can know people better than they know themselves with only a glance—at their handwriting.
Local Poet by Paul Trembling About the book: (from the publisher) Rob Seaton killed a woman. Rob doesn’t know Laney Grey. But when she deliberately steps out in front of his van and dies on impact, his life will never be the same.
Where the Dead Lie: A Sebastian St. Cyr Mystery by C.S. Harris About the book: (from the publisher) London, 1813. Sebastian St. Cyr, Viscount Devlin, is no stranger to the dark side of the city, but he’s never seen anything like this: the brutalized body of a fifteen-year-old boy dumped into a makeshift grave on the grounds of […]
A Fine Year for Murder by Lauren Carr About the book: (from the publisher) After months of marital bliss, Jessica Faraday and Murphy Thornton are still discovering and adjusting to their life together. Settled in their new home, everything appears to be perfect … except in the middle of the night when, in darkest shadows of her subconscious, […]
The Murders at Astaire Castle: A Mac Faraday Mystery by Lauren Carr About this book: (from the publisher) Never tell Mac Faraday not to do something. Spencer’s police chief, David O’Callaghan, learns this lesson the hard way when he orders Mac Faraday to stay away from the south end of Spencer’s mountaintop – even though he owns the […]
A Most Extraordinary Pursuit by Juliana Gray About this book: (from the publisher) February, 1906. As the personal secretary of the recently departed Duke of Olympia—and a woman of scrupulous character—Miss Emmeline Rose Truelove never expected her duties to involve steaming through the Mediterranean on a private yacht, under the prodigal eye of one Lord Silverton, the […]
“The worst thing about being homeless is being looked right through.” The Cantaloupe Thief by Deb Richardson-Moore About this book: (from the publisher) Branigan Powers knows a good story when she sees one—and the ten-year-old cold case of wealthy Alberta Grambling Resnick’s murder definitely makes the cut.
“A magnetic debut novel of wrenching family secrets, forbidden love, and heartbreaking loss housed within the grand gothic manor of Black Rabbit Hall.” Black Rabbit Hall by Eve Chase About this book: (from the publisher) Ghosts are everywhere, not just the ghost of Momma in the woods, but ghosts of us too, what we used to be like in […]
The morning after the festivities of Midsummer’s Eve, the villagers of Bampton make a grisly discovery… Ashes to Ashes (The chronicles of Hugh de Singleton, surgeon) by Mel Starr About this book: (from the publisher) Master Hugh, Kate, and their children attend the Midsummer’s Eve fire. The next morning Hugh hears the passing bell ring from the […]