Purgatory by Guido Eekhaut is the second novel in the acclaimed, bestselling Euro-crime series featuring Chief Inspector Walter Eekhaut, which began with the Hercule Poirot Award winner Absinthe. Veteran Chief Inspector Walter Eekhaut has a problem with most authority. The Brussels police force that previously employed him wasn’t too unhappy… Read more
The next novel in David Rosenfelt’s witty, heartfelt mystery series featuring lawyer Andy Carpenter and his faithful golden retriever, Tara.
Shamed is the gripping thriller from New York Times bestselling author Linda Castillo. Kate Burkholder is on the case when a devastating murder exposes an Amish family’s tortured past. The eleventh book in the critically acclaimed Kate Burkholder series finds our formerly Amish chief of police racing against time and… Read more
Seventy-something-year-old librarian Cleo Watkins is too well-bred to have a nemesis, but if she did, it would probably be the irrepressible Dixie Honeycutt. For the past four decades, Cleo has been trying to get Dixie to return one very, very overdue book to the Catalpa Springs Public Library. But Dixie… Read more
Under the Cold Bright Lights by Garry Disher is an Australian police procedural featuring Alan Auhl, a once-retired homicide detective who has been recruited to return to the force to work cold cases. Acting Sergeant Alan Auhl retired from the Melbourne Homicide Division years ago, but he was recently recruited… Read more
Betrayal in Time is the fourth book in Julie McElwain’s Kendra Donovan series. Donovan’s adventures in nineteenth-century England continue when she is called upon to investigate the murder of a spymaster. My only regret in picking up this novel is that I hadn’t been able to read the three others… Read more
In The Dead Girl in 2A by Carter Wilson, Jack Buchanan and Clara Stowe recognize each other when they’re seated side-by-side on a business flight to Denver, but neither can place where they know the other person from. Clara then admits she is flying to Colorado to kill herself, and… Read more
Never Look Back by Alison Gaylin is an absorbing, addictive tale of psychological suspense with a Serial-esque podcast twist. Quentin Garrison is not a man who puts himself first. Raised, if one can call it that, by a junkie mom, he’s embarked on adulthood mistrustful of others but is finally… Read more
False Step by Victoria Helen Stone urges readers to stay calm, keep smiling, and watch your step—in this marriage of secrets and lies, nothing is what it seems.
In Murder’s No Votive Confidence by Christin Brecher Nantucket candle store owner Stella Wright specializes in creating unique candles for every occasion. But someone sets the stage for murder when a Memorial Day celebration becomes a wedding to die for . . . This charming debut cozy mystery follows Stella Wright, the… Read more