Our favorite thirllers, mysteries and crime novels!
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Maude is an elderly lady who likes her solitary, peaceful existence. She is well aware of the (inaccurate) assumptions made about her, an old lady, by the general public, and uses this to her advantage. So when someone disturbs her peace...well, what's wrong with a little murder? --Amber
The society pages announce it before she even arrives: Griselda Satterlee, daughter of the princess of Rome, has left her career as an actress behind and is traveling to Manhattan to reinvent herself as a fashion designer. They also announce the return of the dashing Montefierrow twins to New York after a twelve-year sojourn in Europe.
“Ingeniously twisted.” —Entertainment Weekly, “Must List”
"The summer's must-read psychological thriller." —Lenny Letter
Finalist for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’s “Summer Reads” Book Club
“Much like Donna Tartt’s The Secret History, M. L. Rio’s sparkling debut is a richly layered story of love, friendship, and obsession...will keep you riveted through its final, electrifying moments.”
—Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney, New York Times bestselling author of The Nest
"Nerdily (and winningly) in love with Shakespeare…Readable, smart.”
An exciting, evocative first-in-series noir novel set in 1973 Glasgow, a city on the cusp of a heroin epidemic, featuring detective Harry McCoy.
International Bestseller • One of New York Times Book Review's 100 Notable Books of the Year
Winner of the Best Japanese Crime Fiction of the Year Award
“A searing, chilling sliver of perfection . . . May well turn out to be the year’s best thriller.” —Charles Finch, The New York Times Book Review
Named one of the best books of 2018 by NPR
The “delicious and addictive” (Salon) Claire DeWitt series returns with a thrilling, noirish knockout of a novel that follows three separate narratives starring the self-proclaimed “world’s greatest detective.” As Cara Hoffman, author of Running, says, this “is a hard-boiled, existential
“A thrilling page-turner.” —Paula Hawkins, author of The Girl on the Train
“Breathtaking . . . As shocking as it is satisfying.” —The New York Times Book Review
A riveting and sophisticated page-turner inspired by one of the most shocking true crimes in 20th century Britain: the Lord Lucan case.
Named a New York Times Notable Book of 2018, and a Best Book of 2018 by NPR, The New York Times Book Review, Amazon, The Boston Globe, LitHub, Vulture, Slate, Elle, Vox, and Electric Literature.
"Tana French’s best and most intricately nuanced novel yet." -- The New York Times
A tense, powerful thriller from the bestselling author of Six Four