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A look at the week’s best new releases.



Richard Osman, The Bullet That Missed
(Pamela Dorman/Viking Books)

“The mysteries are complex, the characters vivid, and the whole thing is laced with warm humor and—remarkably, considering the body count—good feeling. Your next must-read mystery series.”


Joel Shulkin, MD, Toxic Effects

“A riveting adventure…Memorable characters and a chilling plot are certain to keep the reader turning pages deep into the night.”
–Leonard Goldberg


Hailey Piper, No Gods For Drowning

“Readers will be in horror heaven with this mesmerizing, original, and breathtaking debut.”
–Library Journal


Susan Elia MacNeal, Mother Daughter Traitor Spy

“Lovers of Los Angeles history will be captivated by this little-known story of local spies infiltrating Southern California–based Nazi cliques around World War II. . . . A fascinating spy novel.”
–Naomi Hirahara


Allen Eskens, Forsaken Country

“Eskens provides an irresistible hook, a clever spin on a classic suspense plot, and a series of expertly escalating confrontations. . . . Guaranteed to keep your heart pounding till the end.”


Stacey D’Erasmo, The Complicities

“As in all her finely wrought, shrewdly piercing novels, D’Erasmo keeps us recalibrating our perceptions… An arresting and intricately spun inquiry into talent, resentment, and risk, love and betrayal, self and community, guilt and retribution.”


Greg King and Penny Wilson, Nothing but the Night
(St. Martin’s)

“An intriguing deep dive . . . a disturbing and well-documented look at one of the 20th century’s most infamous murders.”
–Publishers Weekly


Josh Malerman, Daphne
(Del Rey)

“A superb serial killer novel and a great coming-of-age story.”
–Gabino Iglesias


A. F. Carter, The Hostage
(Mysterious Press)

The Hostage will keep you absolutely nailed to your page or screen. Smart, urgent, and sneakily deep.”
–C.J. Box


Simon Stephenson, Sometimes People Die
(Hanover Square)

“Enjoyable…the novel’s tone shifts from dread to suspense as the narrator turns amateur sleuth when the facts don’t seem to add up.”
–Publishers Weekly

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