Want to check out the most popular authors for the mystery lover in your life, but don't know where to start? These are the newest titles by the Mysterious Bookshop's proven favorites.
Tana French, one of the most enthralling mystery writers of the modern era, brings us her newest novel The Searcher, about a Chicago cop who tries to retire to a bucolic Irish village to escape his past.
Meanwhile, Ian Rankin's thrilling new Inspector Rebus novel A Song for the Dark Times explores crime, punishment, and redemption as the Scottish detective searches for his daughter's missing husband.
Norwegian crime icon Jo Nesbø brings us a tense and atmospheric standalone thriller, The Kingdom, about two brothers in a small town with a lifetime of dark secrets.
Carl Hiaasen can brighten even the darkest of days and Squeeze Me is pure, unadulterated Hiaasen. Irreverent, ingenious, and highly entertaining, it's perfectly captures the absurdity of our times.
In Michael Connelly's The Law of Innocence, defense attorney Mickey Haller is pulled over by police, who find the body of a client in the trunk of his Lincoln. He knows he’s been framed for murder.
In Lee Child's latest novel The Sentinel with his younger brother Andrew Child, Jack Reacher arrives in a sleepy Tennessee town where he saves an unassuming IT manager from an ambush, only to find that the attackers are part of something serious and deadly, involving a conspiracy, a cover-up, and murder.
Thomas Perry's Edgar Award-winning Butcher's Boy returns in full force in Eddie's Boy, an exhilarating new installment to the beloved series. Will Michael Shaeffer be able to escape a new wave of young contract killers hunting him down, or will the years finally catch up to this former mob hitman?