10 New Books Coming Out This Week ‹ CrimeReads

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

Rose Walsh, The Love of My Life
(Pamela Dormann)

“Walsh masterfully shows both [protagonists’] points of view while maintaining an intoxicating air of mystery…a propulsive thriller with heart that will keep readers guessing.”
Kirkus, starred review

Jo Harkin, Tell Me an Ending

“This high-concept debut asks an interesting question: What if we could edit our memories? . . . Harkin builds a picture of a world radically altered by a controversial technology and of people who are learning that you can’t change the past without impacting the present. An intellectually and emotionally satisfying thriller.”
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Louise Candlelish, The Heights

“Dark, disturbing, and deeply affecting, this humdinger of a story is full of unexpected twists and is sure to keep readers riveted from first page to last.”
Booklist, starred review

Susan Jonusas, Hell’s Half-Acre

“An impressive and deeply unsettling account of the Benders. . . Radiant prose. . . enhances the page-turning narrative. The combination of true crime and a vivid depiction of frontier life earn this a spot on the shelf next to David Grann’s Killers of the Flower Moon.”
Publishers Weekly, starred review

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SJ Bennett, All the Queen’s Men

“[A] pitch-perfect murder mystery… If The Crown were crossed with Miss Marple…, the result would probably be something like this charming whodunnit.”
Ruth Ware

Benjamin Gilmer, The Other Dr. Gilmer

“Family physician Gilmer’s gripping debut starts out as a murder tale, morphs into a medical mystery, and lands as a heartbreaking account of how poorly the American prison system treats the mentally ill. . . .The author does a fine job humanizing everyone involved. This painful look at a terrible social injustice deserves a wide audience.”
Publishers Weekly

Elley Lloyd, The Club

“Masterly thriller. . . Lloyd (husband-and-wife writing team Collette Lyons and Paul Vlitos) makes the reader care about even unappealing characters, and the payoff is completely satisfying. Fans of Ruth Ware’s One by One will be riveted.”
Publishers Weekly, starred review

Erica Ferencik, Girl In Ice
(Gallery/Scout Press)

“Exemplary… Trenchant details about catastrophic climate change bolster a creative plot featuring authentic characters… Ferencik outdoes Michael Crichton in the convincing way she mixes emotion and science.”
Publishers Weekly, starred review

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blackface, Murder at the Porte de Versailles

“Wry, complex, sophisticated, intensely Parisian. . . One of the very best heroines in crime fiction today.”
Lee Child

Rhys Bowen and Clare Broyles, Wild Irish Rose

“[Bowen and Broyles deliver] a satisfying domestic mystery, rich in the details of running a middle-class urban household in the early twentieth century.”
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