- The Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths
- Murder Once Removed by S. C. Perkins
- Death in Provence by Serena Kent
- The French Widow by Mark Pryor
- The Ruin by Dervla McTiernan
- City of Windows by Robert Pobi
- White Trash Warlock by David R. Slayton
- Death by Dumpling by Vivien Chien
- A Deadly Inside Scoop by Abby Collette
- A Match Made for Murder by Iona Whishaw
- The Wives by Tarryn Fisher
- A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn
- The Secret, Book & Scone Society by Ellery Adams
- Magpie Murder by Anthony Horowitz
- A Killer in King's Cove by Iona Whishaw
- The Right Sort of Man by Allison Montclair
- The Mystery of Henri Pick by David Foenkinos
- The Deadly Hours by Susanna Kearsley, C. S. Harris, Anna Lee Huber
- The Bookseller by Mark Pryor
- Hide Away by Jason Pinter
Winner of the Edgar Award for Best Novel
"This lively whodunit keeps you guessing until the end." —People
Death lies between the lines when the events of a dark story start coming true in this haunting modern Gothic mystery, perfect for fans of Magpie Murders and The Lake House.
S.C. Perkins' Murder Once Removed is the captivating first mystery in the Ancestry Detective series, in which Texas genealogist Lucy Lancaster uses her skills to solve murders in both the past and present.
It’s love at first sight when Penelope Kite sees Le Chant d’Eau—The Song of Water—the stone farmhouse tucked high in the hills above the Luberon valley, complete with a garden, swimming pool, and sweeping mountain vistas. For years, Penelope put her unfaithful ex-husband and her ungrateful stepchildren first.
A young American woman is attacked at a historic Paris chateau and four paintings are stolen the same night, drawing Hugo Marston into a case where everyone seems like a suspect. To solve this mystery Hugo must crack the secrets of the icy and arrogant Lambourd family, who seem more interested in protecting their good name than future victims.
“Compelling, unexpected twists and a hold-your breath standoff . . . Hand this one to readers of Tana French and to police-procedural fans.” —Booklist
It's been twenty years since Detective Cormac Reilly discovered the body of Hilaria Blake in her crumbling home. But he's never forgotten the two children she left behind...
"City of Windows is moving, breathtaking—a great entertainment." —The Wall Street Journal
“A tough, wise, knowing narrative voice, a great plot, a great setting, and even better characters — I loved this.” —Lee Child, New York Times bestselling author
Not all magicians go to schools of magic.
Adam Binder has the Sight. It's a power that runs in his bloodline: the ability to see beyond this world and into another, a realm of magic populated by elves, gnomes, and spirits of every kind. But for much of Adam's life, that power has been a curse, hindering friendships, worrying his backwoods family, and fueling his abusive father's rage.
Welcome to the Ho-Lee Noodle House, where the Chinese food is to die for. . .
This book kicks off a charming cozy mystery series set in an ice cream shop—with a fabulous cast of quirky characters.
"An intriguing mix of character, plot, time, and place. Highly recommended." --Ian Hamilton, author of the bestselling Ava Lee novels
Lane and Darling's Arizona honeymoon is interrupted by gunshots in the newest instalment in a series Kirkus Reviews calls "relentlessly exciting."
An Instant Bestseller
The New York Times USA Today The Globe and Mail The Toronto Star
What happens behind closed doors never stays hidden for long.
The New York Times bestselling author of the Lady Julia Grey mysteries returns once more to Victorian England and introduces intrepid adventuress Veronica Speedwell....
In this intriguing new series from New York Times bestselling author Ellery Adams, a quirky club in small-town North Carolina holds the keys to health, happiness, friendship—and even solving a murder—all to be found within the pages of the right book . . .
"Magpie Murders is a double puzzle for puzzle fans, who don’t often get the classicism they want from contemporary thrillers." --Janet Maslin, The New York Times
It is 1946, and war-weary young ex-intelligence officer Lane Winslow leaves London to look for a fresh start. When she finds herself happily settled in King's Cove, a sleepy hamlet nestled in the idyllic interior of British Columbia surrounded by a suitably eclectic cast of small-town characters she feels like she may finally be able to put her past to rest.
From debut author Allison Montclair comes an engrossing historical mystery novel set in post-war London, The Right Sort of Man.
The delightful first title in a new collaboration with Channel 4's Walter Presents: a fast-paced comic mystery enriched by a deep love of books
"Charming... Four interconnected visits to a world of danger, wit, beauty and genuine romance. Treat yourself "--ANNE PERRY, internationally bestselling author
Who is killing the celebrated bouquinistes of Paris? Max—an elderly Paris bookstall owner—is abducted at gunpoint. His friend, Hugo Marston, head of security at the US embassy, looks on helplessly, powerless to do anything to stop the kidnapper. Marston launches a search, enlisting the help of semiretired CIA agent Tom Green.
"Pinter is in fine form with Hide Away. You'll burn through the pages." --David Baldacci
From the bestselling author of the Henry Parker series comes a page-turning thriller about a vigilante who's desperate to protect her secrets--and bring a killer to justice.