10 NEW BOOKS COMING OUT THIS WEEK

10 NEW BOOKS COMING OUT THIS WEEK

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New offerings from the world of crime, mystery, and thrillers.

Another week, another batch of books for your TBR pile. Happy reading, folks.

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10 NEW BOOKS COMING OUT THIS WEEK

1. Nita Prose, The Mystery Guest
(Ballantine)

“Solving a crime has never been more delightful. Molly Gray is a gift to the world, and this is a book to hug when you finish it.”
–Nina de Gramont

10 NEW BOOKS COMING OUT THIS WEEK

2. Laura Anne Gilman, Uncanny Vows
(Saga Press)

“The follow-up to Uncanny Times continues to build Gilman’s delightful world. Fans of gaslamp fantasy, Sherlock Holmes, and wry siblings should take a look.”
–Library Review

10 NEW BOOKS COMING OUT THIS WEEK

3. Jeffrey Deaver, The Watchmaker’s Hand
(Putnam)

“The Rhyme novels are remarkably consistent: the writing is superb, the characters intriguing, the stories spellbinding, and the plot twists shocking. Fans of Deaver’s long-running series will want to read this one as soon as they can. Expect high demand.”
–Booklist

10 NEW BOOKS COMING OUT THIS WEEK

4. Patricia Cornwell, Unnatural Death
(Grand Central)

“Dr. Kay Scarpetta, who keeps us coming back to Patricia Cornwell’s sprawling crime novels, is one tough broad.”
–New York Times Book Review

10 NEW BOOKS COMING OUT THIS WEEK

5. Henry N. MacLean, Starkweather
(Counterpoint)

“A magisterial study of the infamous murders committed by 19-year-old Charles Starkweather across Nebraska and Wyoming in the 1950s . . . Propulsive . . . An instant true crime classic.”
–Publishers Weekly

10 NEW BOOKS COMING OUT THIS WEEK

6. Sam Wasson, The Path to Paradise
(Harper)

“A vivid biography of filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola and his production company, American Zoetrope . . . . A memorable portrait of an artist who has changed the cinematic landscape and whose work will endure.”
–Kirkus Reviews

10 NEW BOOKS COMING OUT THIS WEEK

7. Cynthia Murphy, Win Lose Kill Die
(Delacorte)

“Vivid prose by Murphy spins a suspenseful plot to craft a dark-academia flavored high school slasher littered with convincing twists and foreshadowing.”
–Publishers Weekly

10 NEW BOOKS COMING OUT THIS WEEK

8. Jillian Cantor, The Fiction Writer
(Park Row)

“A sultry and mesmerizing novel that transforms the iconic Malibu coastline into the perfect gothic backdrop, The Fiction Writer will have the reader second guessing everything they thought they knew about the fictional Asherwood family as well as the real-life Daphne du Maurier.”
–Katy Hays

10 NEW BOOKS COMING OUT THIS WEEK

9. Delphine de Vigan (transl. Alison Anderson), Kids Run the Show
(Europa)

“An intelligent and affecting look at the void that lurks inside our social media fantasies of domestic bliss.”
–Kirkus Reviews

10 NEW BOOKS COMING OUT THIS WEEK

10. Michael Sims, The Penguin Book of Murder Mysteries
(Penguin)

“Throughout, Sims’s choices, which showcase his encyclopedic knowledge of mystery fiction, range from good to great, and place a welcome focus on the historic contributions of women to the genre. Even the most well-read mystery fans have good reason to check this out.”
–Publishers Weekly

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