Now, drawn into a cat-and-mouse game with an enemy who knows his every move, Frost finds there is no one he can trust. Why you should be excited about it :. While that book had a great twist or two, The Crooked Street has a more personal feel to it with Frost taking on a case involving an estranged friend, which should up the ante even more this time around.
One Fatal Mistake by Tom Hunt. Release Date : February 5th. Her son accidentally kills a man. They cover it up. Then everything goes wrong. He hopes to put the awful night behind him and move on with his life. But, of course, he ends up telling his mother, Karen, what happened. He was doing well in school and was only months from starting college.
After hearing his dark confession, she is forced to make a choice no parent should have to make, one that draws them both into a web of deceit that will change their lives forever—if they make it out alive. That was what made his first book so compelling—by presenting a scenario readers could identify with and empathize with, even though the character did something wrong.
A Spy in Exile by Jonathan de Shalit. Known for her aptitude, beauty, and deadliness, Stein is asked to set up a secret unit that will act independently, answerable only to the Prime Minister. This streamlined and deadly unit, filled with bright young men and women recruited and trained by Stein, quickly faces threats both old and new. Descendants of the lethal militant Red Army Faction have returned to terrorize Europe and fears of a radical Islam splinter group force the unit to distinguish between facts and smoke screens.
Why you should be excited about it : Think Mission: Impossible. His second book is more of the same and should appeal to fans of John le Carre and Daniel Silva. Connections in Death by J. Homicide cop Eve Dallas and her billionaire husband, Roarke, are building a brand-new school and youth shelter.
For expert help, they hire child psychologist Dr. But within hours, triumph is followed by tragedy. Now Eve and Roarke must venture into the gang territory where Lyle used to run, and the ugly underground world of tattoo parlors and strip joints where everyone has taken a wrong turn somewhere. They both believe in giving people a second chance.
Maybe even a third or fourth. Roberts is a sure thing for fans of her books. House Arrest by Mike Lawson. Locked up in the Alexandria Jail awaiting trial, he calls on his enigmatic friend Emma, an ex-DIA agent, to search for the true killer. Now Jean was dead, killed in a car crash while driving drunk, and Spear blamed Canton for the accident.
But the case the F. Using her cunning and her D. The Wedding Guest by Jonathan Kellerman. Psychologist Alex Delaware and detective Milo Sturgis unravel a shocking crime at a raucous wedding reception in this gripping psychological thriller from the 1 New York Times bestselling master of suspense. LAPD Lieutenant Milo Sturgis is a fine homicide detective, but when he needs to get into the mind of a killer, he leans on the expertise of his best friend, the brilliant psychologist Dr. Alex Delaware. While Sturgis has a knack for piecing together the details of a crime, Delaware can decipher the darkest intents driving the most vicious of perpetrators.
Summoned to a run-down former strip joint, Delaware and Sturgis find themselves crashing a wild Saints and Sinners—themed wedding reception. A horrified bridesmaid has discovered the body of a young woman, dressed to impress in pricey haute couture and accessorized with a grisly red slash around her neck. But Delaware and Sturgis have a hundred guests to question, and a sneaking suspicion that the motive for murder is personal.
Now they must separate the sinners from the saints, the true from the false, and the secrets from those keeping them. The Black Ascot by Charles Todd. An astonishing tip from a grateful ex-convict seems implausible—but Inspector Ian Rutledge is intrigued and brings it to his superior at Scotland Yard. Alan Barrington, who has evaded capture for ten years, is the suspect in an appalling murder during Black Ascot, the famous royal horserace honoring the late King Edward VII.
His disappearance began a manhunt that consumed Britain for a decade. Now it appears that Barrington has returned to England, giving the Yard a last chance to retrieve its reputation and see justice done. Rutledge is put in charge of a quiet search under cover of a routine review of a cold case. But is he too close to finding his man? His sanity is suddenly brought into question by a shocking turn of events. His sister Frances, Melinda Crawford, and Dr. Fleming stand by him, but there is no greater shame than shell shock.
Questioning himself, he realizes that he cannot look back. The only way to save his career—much less his sanity—is to find Alan Barrington and bring him to justice. But is this elusive murderer still in England. Fans of historical fiction will enjoy their work, as will mystery and crime thriller enthusiasts. Miami attorney Jack Swyteck lands in the heart of the contentious immigration debate when he takes on the heart-wrenching case of an undocumented immigrant who fled to America to protect her daughter and save herself, in this timely and pulse-pounding thriller that explores the stories behind the headlines from New York Times bestselling author James Grippando, winner of the Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction.
Arriving in Miami, mother and daughter struggled to carve their own piece of the American dream. A ruthless enemy may have tracked them to south Florida and is biding time, patiently waiting to strike. In a case where the stakes have never been higher, Jack Sywteck may not be able to save his client—even if he wins. Grippando is one of the few top-notch legal thriller writers still working today, and in a genre that has become less popular over recent years, his stuff is a must for fans of John Grisham and Scott Turrow.
The Hiding Place by C. The thrilling second novel from the author of The Chalk Man , about a teacher with a hidden agenda who returns to settle scores at a school he once attended, only to uncover a darker secret than he could have imagined. Joe never wanted to come back to Arnhill. After the way things ended with his old gang—the betrayal, the suicide, the murder—and after what happened when his sister went missing, the last thing he wanted to do was return to his hometown.
And only Joe knows who is really at fault. Lying his way into a teaching job at his former high school is the easy part. But the hardest part of all will be returning to that abandoned mine where it all went wrong and his life changed forever, and finally confronting the shocking, horrifying truth about Arnhill, his sister, and himself. It was the day she came back. With the same virtuosic command of character and pacing she displayed in The Chalk Man , C.
Tudor has once again crafted an extraordinary novel that brilliantly blends harrowing psychological suspense, a devilishly puzzling mystery, and enough shocks and thrills to satisfy even the most seasoned reader. The Lost Man by Jane Harper. Two brothers meet in the remote Australian outback when the third brother is found dead, in this stunning new standalone novel from New York Times bestseller Jane Harper. Two brothers meet at the remote fence line separating their cattle ranches in the lonely outback. The third brother lies dead at their feet.
Something caused Cam, the middle child who had been in charge of the family homestead, to die alone in the middle of nowhere. So the eldest brother returns with his younger sibling to the family property and those left behind. But the fragile balance of the ranch is threatened. Amidst the grief, suspicion starts to take hold, and the eldest brother begins to wonder if more than one among them is at risk of crumbling as the weight of isolation bears down on them all.
Dark, suspenseful, and deeply atmospheric, The Lost Man is the highly anticipated next book from the bestselling and award-winning Jane Harper, author of The Dry and Force of Nature. Why you should be excited about it : Jane Harper burst onto the scene a few years back, captivating readers with two stories following Federal Police Agent Aaron Falk. One of the young stars of her genre, Harper, until proven otherwise, is a must-read every time out. Careless Love by Peter Robinson. Release Date : February 12th. He has won acclaim and numerous international prizes and awards, including the Edgar.
Two suspicious deaths challenge DS Alan Banks and his crack investigative team. The death looks like suicide, but there are too many open questions for Banks and his team to rule out foul play. How did she get there? Where—and when—did she die? Did someone move her, and if so, why? A man in his sixties is found dead in a gully up on the wild moorland. He is wearing an expensive suit and carrying no identification.
Postmortem findings indicate that he died from injuries sustained during a fall. Was it an accident—did he slip and fall? Or was he pushed? Why was he up there? And why are there no signs of a vehicle near where he fell? As the inconsistencies multiply and the mysteries surrounding these two cases proliferate, a source close to Annie reveals a piece of information that shocks the team and impacts the investigations.
An old enemy has returned in a new guise—a nefarious foe who will stop at nothing, not even murder, to get what he wants. With the stakes raised, the hunt is on. But will Banks be able to find the evidence to stop him in time? Why you should be excited about it : Detective Superintendent Alan Banks has been around since , when Robinson first introduced him. Killer Thriller by Lee Goldberg. Ian is in Hong Kong with his resourceful assistant Margo French to research his wildest story yet—a deadly global conspiracy by Chinese intelligence to topple the United States.
Now Ian is trapped in his own terrifying thriller, on the run from assassins, and racing against time to prevent an epic disaster. The Moroccan Girl by Charles Cumming. Renowned author Kit Carradine is approached by an MI6 officer with a seemingly straightforward assignment: to track down a mysterious woman hiding somewhere in the exotic, perilous city of Marrakesh. But when Carradine learns the woman is a dangerous fugitive with ties to international terrorism, the glamour of being a spy is soon tainted by fear and betrayal.
Lara Bartok is a leading figure in Resurrection, a violent revolutionary movement whose brutal attacks on prominent right-wing public figures have spread hatred and violence across the world. But as Carradine edges closer to the truth, he finds himself drawn to this brilliant, beautiful, and profoundly complex woman. Caught between increasingly dangerous forces who want Bartok dead, Carradine soon faces an awful choice: to abandon Lara to her fate or to risk everything trying to save her. The Reckoning is the stunning follow-up to The Legacy , which was the start of a thrilling new series that Booklist starred recommends for fans of Tana French.
Vaka sits, regretting her choice of coat, on the cold steps of her new school. Grownups, she decides, are useless. With no way to call home, she resigns herself to waiting on the steps until her father remembers her. When a girl approaches, Vaka recognizes her immediately from class, and from her unusual appearance: two of her fingers are missing. That afternoon is the last time anyone sees Vaka. Detective Huldar and child psychologist Freyja are called in. Soon, they find themselves at the heart of another shocking case.
This is must-reading for Scandinavian crime fans. Mission Critical by Mark Greaney. Release Date : February 19th. They want to kick Gentry off the flight but are overruled by CIA headquarters. When they land in an isolated airbase in the U. Only Gentry escapes. His handlers send him after the attackers, but what can one operative do against a trained team of assassins? A lot, when that operative is the Gray Man. Why you should be excited about it : Last year I said that with so many other heroes in the genre now 15 books or more into their respective series, Court Gentry represented the future of the genre.
This year, I stand by that more than ever. Before , Back Blast was my favorite Gray Man novel. Mark Greaney is just unreal. Never Tell by Lisa Gardner. Warren and Flora Dane on a shocking new case that begins with a vicious murder and gets darker from there. A man is dead, shot three times in his home office.
But his computer has been shot twelve times, and when the cops arrive, his pregnant wife is holding the gun. Warren arrives on the scene and recognizes the woman—Evie Carter—from a case many years back. But for D. She remembers a night when she was still a victim—a hostage—and her captor knew this man. But D.
As layer by layer they peel away the half-truths and outright lies, they wonder: How many secrets can one family have? Why you should be excited about it : Coming into , fans were thrilled to see Flora Dane teaming up with D. It was a brilliant move by Gardner, and her characters definitely have chemistry on the page. Now, both are back in Never Tell , the latest nail-biter from Gardner, who knows just what her readers want and how to give to them. The Border by Don Winslow. When the lines you thought existed simply vanish? The war has come home.
Now Keller is elevated to the highest ranks of the DEA, only to find that in destroying one monster he has created thirty more that are wreaking even more chaos and suffering in his beloved Mexico. But not just there. Art Keller is at war with not only the cartels, but with his own government. And the long fight has taught him more than he ever imagined. In a story that moves from deserts south of the border to Wall Street, from the slums of Guatemala to the marbled corridors of Washington, D. This saga is unlike anything else in print right now, and Winslow is the only writer with the chops to pull off such an ambitious story.
If you read only one book in , it should probably be this one. The Next to Die by Sophie Hannah. The New York Times bestselling author of The Monogram Murders and Woman with a Secret returns with a disturbing tale of psychological suspense and obsession that hits at the heart of some of our most precious relationships.
What if having a best friend could put you in the crosshairs of a killer? Before they die, each victim is given a small white book. For months, detectives have failed to catch Billy, or figure out what the white books symbolize and why the killer leaves them behind. The police are on edge; the public in a panic. What she reveals shocks the investigators and adds another troubling layer to an already complex case. A stranger gave it to her at a gig she did last year. Was the stranger Billy, and is he targeting her—or is it something more nefarious? Kim has no friends and trusts no one, so how—and why—could Billy Dead Mates want to target her?
Blood Orange by Harriet Tyce. Finn, or Shari Lapena. Alison has it all. But all is never as it seems…. Just one more night. Alison drinks too much. I did it. I killed him. I should be locked up. And yet something about her story is deeply amiss. Saving this woman may be the first step to Alison saving herself. Open Carry by Marc Cameron. Release Date : February 26th. Marshal series. Arliss Cutter is a hero for our times. And his hunt for justice cuts straight to the bone. Marshal Arliss Cutter is a born tracker.
Raised in the Florida swamplands, he honed his skills in the military, fought in the Middle East, and worked three field positions for Marshal Services. But his newest assignment is taking him out of his comfort zone to southeast Alaska. Cold, dark, uninhabited forests often shrouded in fog.
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But the murder is just the beginning. Now, three people have disappeared on Prince of Wales Island. Two are crew members of the reality TV show, Fishwives. Why you should be excited about it : For years, Marc Cameron has been one of the most underrated thriller writers in the game.
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Now, on top of the Ryanverse and his own Jericho Quinn series, Cameron is launching a new series. Box and William Kent Krueger. The Malta Exchange by Steve Berry. Release Date : March 5th. The pope is dead. A conclave to select his replacement is about to begin. Cardinals are beginning to arrive at the Vatican, but one has fled Rome for Malta in search of a document that dates back to the 4th century and Constantine the Great.
Former Justice Department operative, Cotton Malone, is at Lake Como, Italy, on the trail of legendary letters between Winston Churchill and Benito Mussolini that disappeared in and could re-write history. The knights have existed for over nine hundred years, the only warrior-monks to survive into modern times.
The final confrontation culminates behind the walls of the Vatican where the election of the next pope hangs in the balance. Now, though, Berry is back in the here and now, picking up more or less where Order left off, following another secret society. This is what his fans expect, and he crushed it. Then a local woman is killed, seemingly the unfortunate victim of a home invasion turned violent. But when Ilka learns that the woman knew her father, it becomes increasingly clear that she may not have been a completely random victim after all.
Cemetery Road by Greg Iles. The 1 New York Times bestselling author of the Natchez Burning trilogy returns with an electrifying tale of friendship, betrayal, and shattering secrets that threaten to destroy a small Mississippi town. When Marshall McEwan left his hometown at age eighteen, he vowed never to return. The trauma that drove him away ultimately spurred him to become one of the most successful journalists in Washington D. His father is dying, his mother is struggling to keep the family newspaper from failing, and the town is in the midst of an economic rebirth that might be built upon crimes that reach into the state capitol—and perhaps even to Washington.
When archeologist Buck McKibben is murdered at a construction site, Bienville is thrown into chaos. The ensuing homicide investigation is soon derailed by a second crime that rocks the community to its core. Stranger still, Max demands that his daughter-in-law, Jet, defend him in court. As a journalist, Marshall knows all too well how the corrosive power of money and politics can sabotage investigations. But these crimes pale in comparison to the secret at the heart of the Matheson family. When those who have remained silent for years dare to speak to Marshall, pressure begins to build like water against a crumbling dam.
Marshall loses friends, family members, and finally even Jet, for no one in Bienville seems willing to endure the reckoning that the Poker Club has long deserved. And by the time Marshall grasps the long-buried truth, he would give almost anything not to have to face it. Why you should be excited about it : Following Mississippi Blood , the epic finale to his bestselling Natchez Burning trilogy, Iles is set to publish his first book in two years. A gifted writer with an expert feel for developing his cast, Iles has long been a go-to author for readers seeking character-rich stories that are relatable.
I like that he took a year off after finishing up his trilogy, letting it breathe before coming back with Cemetery Road , which has been one of the more anticipated titles of since it was announced. The Perfect Alibi by Phillip Margolin. A young woman accuses a prominent local college athlete of rape. Now, the convicted athlete, joined by a new lawyer, is granted a new trial and bail. Shortly thereafter, his original lawyer disappears and his law partner is murdered. Robin Lockwood is a young lawyer with a prestigious small law firm and a former MMA fighter who helped pay for Yale Law School with her bouts.
She is representing the victim of the first rape for her civil lawsuit against her rapist, who is now convinced the rapist is stalking her and trying to intimidate her. Now she has to mastermind two impossible cases, trying to find the hidden truth that links the two of them. Phillip Margolin, the master of the legal thriller, returns in one of his twistiest, most compelling crime novels yet.
Catching a killer is dangerous—especially if he lives next door. From the hugely talented author of The Kind Worth Killing comes an exquisitely chilling tale of a young suburban wife with a history of psychological instability whose fears about her new neighbor could lead them both to murder. Hen and her husband Lloyd have settled into a quiet life in a new house outside of Boston, Massachusetts.
Hen short for Henrietta is an illustrator and works out of a studio nearby, and has found the right meds to control her bipolar disorder. The sports trophy looks exactly like one that went missing from the home of a young man who was killed two years ago. Could her neighbor, Matthew, be a killer?
Or is this the beginning of another psychotic episode like the one she suffered back in college, when she became so consumed with proving a fellow student guilty that she ended up hurting a classmate? Yet no one will believe her. And that this is the beginning of a horrifying nightmare she may not live to escape. I could not put it down. Wolf Pack by C. Release Date : March 12th. He begins to fear that a pack of four vicious killers working on behalf of the Sinaloa cartel known as the Wolf Pack has arrived. Their target seems to be the mystery man and everyone—including Joe, Nate, and others—who is associated with him.
Following Joe, Marybeth, Nate Romanowski, and others is similar to catching up with old friends and always a blast. The Persian Gamble by Joel C. Shot out of the air in enemy territory in the middle of the greatest international crisis since the end of the Cold War, former U. Secret Service agent Marcus Ryker finds himself facing an impossible task. While frantically negotiating with his contacts in the White House, Marcus learns that the unstable North Korean regime plans to use the international chaos as a smokescreen to sell nuclear weapons to Iran.
With the fate of the entire free world on the line, Marcus makes a deal with the U. Marcus and Oleg worked together once before to avert a world war. Can they now find a way to stop world destruction? Why you should be excited about it : Following the most jaw-dropping ending of his career in Without Warning , Rosenberg kicked off a new series in with The Kremlin Conspiracy.
I read this book back in October and was absolutely blown away. Trust me, you will be too. Rosenberg still sits among the very best writers the thriller genre has to offer. Mercy River by Glen Erik Hamilton. Helping a fellow veteran accused of murder, Van Shaw is drawn into a dangerous labyrinth involving smuggled opioids, ruthless mercenaries, and deadly family secrets that will challenge his notions of brotherhood and justice in this riveting thriller from Anthony, Macavity and Strand Critics Award-winning author Glen Erik Hamilton.
When his friend Leo Pak is arrested on suspicion of murder and armed robbery, Van Shaw journeys to a remote Oregon county to help his fellow Ranger. Arriving in the isolated town of Mercy River, Van learns that his troubled friend had planned to join a raucous three-day party that dominates the place for one weekend each year. The murder victim—the owner of a local gun shop where Leo worked part time—was dealing in stolen heroin-grade opiates.
Worse, the town has a dark history with a community of white supremacists, growing in strength and threatening to turn Mercy River into their private enclave. The cops have damning evidence linking Leo to the murder, and Van knows that backwaters like Mercy River are notorious for protecting their own. Action-packed, riveting, and powerful, Mercy River is a novel that goes to the heart and soul of what it means to be a hero in a corrupt and punishing world.
Why you should be excited about it : Hamilton has come on as one of the more solid crime thriller novelists occupying the genre in recent years, and Van Shaw is a great character. Think Jack Reacher, but with a more questionable past and plenty to actually be running from. The Last Act by Brad Parks. Tommy Jump is an out-of-work stage actor approached by the FBI with the role of a lifetime: Go undercover at a federal prison, impersonate a convicted felon, and befriend a fellow inmate, a disgraced banker named Mitchell Dupree who knows the location of documents that can be used to bring down a ruthless drug cartel.
The cartel has quickly risen to become the largest supplier of crystal meth in America. Using a false name and backstory, Tommy enters the low-security prison and begins the process of befriending Dupree. Why you should be excited about it : Brad Parks reached new levels of success a couple of years ago with his hit, ironically-titled thriller, Say Nothing , the book everyone was talking about in Run Away by Harlan Coben.
Release Date : March 19th. Then, by chance, you see her playing guitar in Central Park. This woman is living on the edge, frightened, and clearly in trouble. You approach her, beg her to come home. She runs.
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And you do the only thing a parent can do: you follow her into a dark and dangerous world you never knew existed. Before you know it, both your family and your life are on the line. And in order to protect your daughter from the evils of that world, you must face them head on. Treason by Rick Campbell. In Russia, the military is anxious to assert its military strength and regain its role as a superpower. The Russian President refuses to greenlight a bold plan to disable American strategic nuclear capability and retake Ukraine and the Baltic States, fearing the potential consequences of involving nuclear weapons.
With the U. Without their primary weapons, the U. Rick Campbell, one of the finest young military thriller writers, returns with his biggest and boldest novel to date. Why you should be excited about it : Campbell took off, forcing readers to wait nearly two years between books. The Fifth Doctrine by Karen Robards. It took one hell of an effort for the authorities to finally get the jump on master manipulator Bianca St. And all she has to do is run one last mission—the kind she might never return from. Enter Bianca.
It could mean torture or endless imprisonment—assuming she survives. But it might also ignite the kind of chaos that forces a revolution. It might just change the world. Ives back for her toughest mission yet. Release Date: March 19th. Another fabulous read from the most beloved series from the 1 New York Times -bestselling author. The murders of a team of United Nations scientists in El Salvador. A deadly collision in the waterways off the city of Detroit. An attack by tomb raiders on an archaeological site along the banks of the Nile.
Is there a link between these violent events? The answer may lie in the tale of an Egyptian princess forced to flee the armies of her father three thousand years ago. During what was supposed to be a routine investigation in South America, NUMA Director Dirk Pitt finds himself embroiled in an international mystery, one that will lead him across the world and which will threaten everyone and everything he knows—most importantly, his own family.
Pitt travels to Scotland in search of answers about the spread of an unknown disease and the shadowy bioremediation company that may be behind it. Meanwhile, his son and daughter face a threat of their own when the discoveries they have made in an Egyptian tomb put killers on their trail. These seemingly unrelated riddles come together in a stunning showdown on the rocky isles of Ireland, where only the Pitts can unravel the secrets of an ancient enigma that could change the very future of mankind.
A handful of Pitt books over the last decade have been so-so at best, though their last offering, Odessa Sea , was one of their better-received books so far, giving readers plenty of reasons to be optimistic about this one. Crown Jewel by Christopher Reich. Release Date: March 26th. Who better to connect the crimes, and foil the brilliant plot, than Simon Riske, freelance industrial spy? From the baccarat tables of the finest casinos to the yachts in the marina, to the private jet company that somehow ties these criminal enterprises together, Simon Riske will do what he does best: get in over his head, throw himself into danger, and find some way to out-think and out-maneuver villains of every stripe.
One of the most enjoyable, clever, and entertaining new series to come along in years, this sequel to The Take gives readers what they desire most: a hero we can root for, locales we wish were in, and a plot that never lets up. Simon Riske is a really unique character and giving him a second book to flesh him out a bit more was a great move by Reich, who seems to really understand what his fans are looking for. Release Date : March 26th. From the creators of Smallville comes an action-packed debut thriller about a war veteran and CIA officer in the s swept up into a global conspiracy that may prove Hitler is still alive.
David Toland, a decorated Korean War veteran, has done all he can to leave a life of combat behind. David reluctantly agrees to serve his country one last time and help recover the film for Lana and the CIA. But it seems not everyone is as eager as they are to dig up the past.
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In search of the truth, David and Lana find themselves pursued across the globe in a cat and mouse game with enormous, world-altering consequences. Think Robert Harris meets Brad Meltzer. Ellison comes a riveting thriller pitting special agents Nicholas Drummond and Michaela Caine against a private French space agency that has the power to end the world as we know it.
Nevaeh Patel, will have the power to lay waste to the world with an EMP. A former astronaut, Patel believes she is following the directions of the Numen, aliens who saved her life when she space-walked outside the International Space Station. The countdown has begun when Special Agents Nicholas Drummond and Michaela Caine are thrown into the pending disaster.
They must stop the EMP that would wreak havoc on communication and electronic systems on Earth, resulting in chaos and anarchy. Why you should be excited about it : Coulter and Ellison are one heck of a duo. Blood Oath by Linda Fairstein. With more women feeling empowered to name their abusers, Alex is eager to return to the courtroom to do what she does best.
But not even the greatest minds in the city can help her when unearthed secrets begin to collide in dangerous ways. Why you should be excited about it : Coop is back after a year off, which fits the story well since the last we saw her she was heading into a leave of absence.
This time around, Coop is ready to get back into her office, and her first case deals with a blast from the past. Apparently, a young woman who testified in huge federal case years back has now come forward as a victim of sexual assault, prompting rumors to swirl about a high-profile official, and Coop has to get to the bottom of it all. Fairstein is a really good writer and her series was missed in The Killer in Me by Olivia Kiernan. Release Date : April 2nd. Ali Reynolds straddles the line between the past and the future in the fourteenth book in the New York Times bestselling series.
But will revisiting the past jeopardize her future? Why you should be excited about it : Jance brings back Ali Reynolds for her 14th go-around in with another highly-anticipated thriller that forces Ali to deal with past skeletons that have freed themselves from her closet and come back to haunt her. Confessions of an Innocent Man by David R. Release Date : April 9th. A thrillingly suspenseful debut novel, and a fierce howl of rage that questions the true meaning of justice. Rafael Zhettah relishes the simplicity and freedom of his life.
He is the owner and head chef of a promising Houston restaurant. A pilot with open access to the boundless Texas horizon. A bachelor, content with having few personal or material attachments that ground him. Then, lightning strikes. When he finds Tieresse—billionaire, philanthropist, sophisticated, bombshell—sitting at one of his tables, he also finds his soul mate and his life starts again. And just as fast, when she is brutally murdered in their home, when he is convicted of the crime, when he is sentenced to die, it is all ripped away.
But for Rafael Zhettah, death row is not the end. It is only the beginning. Now, with his recaptured freedom, he will stop at nothing to deliver justice to those who stole everything from him. This is a heart-stoppingly suspenseful, devastating, page-turning debut novel. A thriller with a relentless grip that wants you to read it in one sitting.
David R. Dow has dedicated his life to the fight against capital punishment—to righting the horrific injustices of the death penalty regime in Texas. He delivers the perfect modern parable for exploring our complex, uneasy relationships with punishment and reparation in a terribly unjust world. If you like darker plotlines set in the south, add this one to your reading list.
The Tale Teller by Anne Hillerman. Legendary Navajo policeman Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn takes center stage in this riveting atmospheric mystery from New York Times bestselling author Anne Hillerman that combines crime, superstition, and tradition and brings the desert Southwest vividly alive. Joe Leaphorn may have retired from the Tribal Police, but he finds himself knee-deep in a perplexing case involving a priceless artifact—a reminder of a dark time in Navajo history.
His investigation takes a sinister turn when the leading suspect dies under mysterious circumstances and Leaphorn himself receives anonymous warnings to beware—witchcraft is afoot. While the veteran detective is busy working to untangle his strange case, his former colleague Jim Chee and Officer Bernie Manuelito are collecting evidence they hope will lead to a cunning criminal behind a rash of burglaries.
Their case takes a complicated turn when Bernie finds a body near a popular running trail. The situation grows more complicated when the death is ruled a homicide, and the Tribal cops are thrust into a turf battle because the murder involves the FBI. As Leaphorn, Chee, and Bernie draw closer to solving these crimes, their parallel investigations begin to merge.
The Eighth Sister by Robert Dugoni. A pulse-pounding thriller of espionage, spy games, and treachery by the New York Times bestselling author of the Tracy Crosswhite Series. Former CIA case officer Charles Jenkins is a man at a crossroads: in his early sixties, he has a family, a new baby on the way, and a security consulting business on the brink of bankruptcy. Then his former bureau chief shows up at his house with a risky new assignment: travel undercover to Moscow and locate a Russian agent believed to be killing members of a clandestine US spy cell known as the seven sisters.
Desperate for money, Jenkins agrees to the mission and heads to the Russian capital. But when he finds the mastermind agent behind the assassinations—the so-called eighth sister—she is not who or what he was led to believe. Then again, neither is anyone else in this deadly game of cat and mouse. Pursued by a dogged Russian intelligence officer, Jenkins executes a daring escape across the Black Sea, only to find himself abandoned by the agency he serves.
With his family and freedom at risk, Jenkins is in the fight of his life—against his own country. Someone Knows by Lisa Scottoline. Allie Garvey is heading home to the funeral of a childhood friend. Because going home means seeing the other two people with whom she shares an unbearable secret. Twenty years earlier, a horrific incident shattered the lives of five teenagers, including Allie.
Drinking and partying in the woods, they played a dangerous prank that went tragically wrong, turning deadly. The teenagers kept what happened a secret, believing that getting caught would be the worst thing that could happen. But time has taught Allie otherwise. Not getting caught was far worse. Allie has been haunted for two decades by what she and the others did, and by the fact that she never told a soul.
The dark secret has eaten away at her, distancing her from everyone she loves, including her husband. Now, Allie stands on the precipice of losing everything. She digs to unearth the truth, but reaches a shocking conclusion that she never saw coming—and neither will the reader. After Anna and Feared were both major hits in , and readers have every reason to be ecstatic for Someone Knows , one of the first must-read suspense thrillers coming out in Metropolis by Philip Kerr. As Bernie Gunther sets out to make sense of multiple murders with different MOs in a city that knows no limits, he must face the fact that his own police HQ is not immune.
Why you should be excited about it : Sadly, the legendary Philip Kerr passed away in , may he rest in peace. Without giving anything away, the last book did seem to set some things up for Metropolis , so fans of the series will want to get this one pre-ordered ASAP. The Last by Hanna Jameson. I feel bad about how we left it. Love you. Now, two months later, there are twenty survivors holed up at the hotel, a place already tainted by its strange history of suicides and murders. Jon and the others try to maintain some semblance of civilization. As supplies dwindle and tensions rise, Jon becomes obsessed with investigating the death of the little girl as a way to cling to his own humanity.
Yet the real question remains: can he afford to lose his mind in this hotel, or should he take his chances in the outside world? With plenty of twists throughout, Hanna Jameson will leave readers genuinely surprised by the time they turn the final page here. The Better Sister by Alafair Burke. Release Date : April 16th. Though Chloe was the younger of the two Taylor sisters, she always seemed to be in charge.
She was the honor roll student with big dreams and an even bigger work ethic. Nicky was always restless. She floated from job to job and man to man, and stayed close to home in Cleveland. For a while, it seemed like both sisters had found happiness. Chloe earned a scholarship to an Ivy League school and moved to New York City, where she landed a coveted publishing job. The Taylor sisters became virtual strangers. Could it be possible that Decker made a mistake all those years ago? As he starts digging into the old case, Decker finds a startling connection to a new crime that he may be able to prevent, if only he can put the pieces together quickly enough.
Why you should be excited about it : Baldacci is returning to his Amos Decker franchise once again in However, after consecutive Robie and Puller books that fell just short of expectations and two Decker ones that, frankly, exceeded them, Amos is now the lead dog—along with Atlee Pine, who starred in her first book in Delta-V by Daniel Suarez. Release Date : April 23rd. The bestselling author of Daemon returns with a near-future technological thriller, in which a charismatic billionaire recruits a team of adventurers to launch the first deep space mining operation—a mission that could alter the trajectory of human civilization.
Isolated and pushed beyond their breaking points, Tighe and his fellow twenty-first century adventurers—ex-soldiers, former astronauts, BASE jumpers, and mountain climbers—must rely on each other to survive not only the dangers of a multi-year expedition but the harsh realities of business in space. Why you should be excited about it : Daniel Suarez is one of the most entertaining sci-fi writers in the genre and his last book, Change Agent , received high marks from both readers and critics alike.
This year, Suarez hits on a timely plotline involving deep-space exploration, which could end up altering human civilization forever. The Pandora Room by Christopher Golden. Those who believe the myth want to know which jar has been found in the Pandora Room, the one containing blessings, or the one full of curses. Whatever the jar contains, they want it, no matter who they have to kill…or what will emerge when they open it.
For Sophie, Walker, and the others, the Pandora Room may soon become their tomb. What more do you need to know? Neon Prey by John Sandford. Lucas Davenport pursues a prolific serial killer who has gone undetected for years in the newest nail-biter by 1 NewYork Times -bestselling author John Sandford. It was a relatively minor criminal matter, all things considered, but enough that the U. Marshals obtained a warrant to enter the home. Now Davenport is on the trail of a serial murderer, one who was able to operate for years without notice or suspicion. The bestselling author answered with a brilliant shakeup in , when he moved Davenport over to the U.
Collusion by Newt Gingrich. Release Date : April 30th. Valerie Mayberry comes from the kind of wealthy family that would be royalty in any other country. A brusque, fiercely independent operative who refuses to play by the rules, the seasoned pro is now a gun for hire, working as a security contractor in Eastern Europe. When a high ranking Kremlin official with knowledge of a plan to attack the US must be smuggled out under the nose of a kleptocratic Putin-like Russian president and a ruthless general, Mayberry and Garret are thrown together to exfiltrate him and preempt a deadly poisonous strike.
As these unlikely partners work to protect their human asset, their mission is threatened by domestic politics: leftist protests, Congressional infighting, and a culture driven by hatred. Collusion raises many of the most significant issues facing America in real life today. Is Russia our ally, or our enemy? Are American leftist activists susceptible to influence from aboard?
How far will our enemies go to disrupt our politics and weaken the nation? Can we trust the media to differentiate between the good guys and the bad guys? Newt Gingrich and Pete Earley have entertained and educated readers with three previous novels of Washington scandal and foreign interference.
From its explosive opening through several twists and turns to its heart-stopping end, Collusion is their most timely and powerful novel yet. Why you should be excited about it : Gingrich, the former Speaker of the House, certainly has the political background to pull off such a daring and timely thriller, if he can execute the story. Like Lions by Brian Panowich. A powerful follow up to multiple award-winning debut Bull Mountain. Brian Panowich burst onto the crime fiction scene in , winning awards and accolades from readers and critics alike for his smoldering debut, Bull Mountain.
Now with Like Lions , he cements his place as one of the outstanding new voices in crime fiction. Yet after years of carefully toeing the line between his life in law enforcement and his family, he finally has to make a choice. When a rival organization makes a first foray into Burroughs territory, leaving a trail of bodies and a whiff of fear in its wake, Clayton is pulled back into the life he so desperately wants to leave behind. With his wife and child in danger, and the way of life in Bull Mountain under siege for everyone, Clayton will need to find a way to bury the bloody legacy of his past once and for all.
The moment Like Lions was announced, it instantly became one of the most anticipated crime thrillers of , as fans anxiously await the return of Clayton Burroughs. If you like C. Box, Craig Johnson, or J. The Kremlin Strike by Dale Brown. Release Date: May 7th.
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Brad and Patrick McLanahan and the formidable Iron Wolf Squadron—including the recently injured Nadia Roz, rested and back to fighting form thanks to a pair of state-of-the-art prosthetic legs—are ready and eager to join the battle. But even with their combined forces, the Russian menace may prove too great for the Americans to overcome.
Done with provocative skirmishes and playing for small stakes, the Russian president has set his sights on the ultimate prize: controlling the entire world. But is it already too late? If nothing else, the plot sounds timely with the recently announced Space Force, making Brown one of the first authors to release a book fitting that mold since President Trump made headlines for signing the new military branch into existence.
Black Mountain by Laird Barron. When a small-time criminal named Harold Lee turns up in the Ashokan reservoir—sans a heartbeat, head, or hands—the local Mafia capo hires Isaiah Coleridge to look into the matter. The Mob likes crime, but only the crime it controls…and as it turns out, Lee is the second independent contractor to meet a bad end on the business side of a serrated knife. One such death can be overlooked. Two makes a man wonder. But as Coleridge turns over more stones, he finds himself dragged into something deeper and more insidious than he could have imagined, in a labyrinthine case spanning decades.
At the center are an heiress moonlighting as a cabaret dancer, a powerful corporation with high-placed connections, and a serial killer who may have been honing his skills since the Vietnam War. Why you should be excited about it : Laird Barron switched genres last year, and fans loved it. Robert B. Itinerant lawmen Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch pursue a vicious killer in the grittiest entry yet of the New York Times -bestselling series. No sooner are various campaigns under way when gold is discovered in the foothills just outside of town, sending Appaloosa buzzing with excitement.
With the strike, a slew of new problems develop for Cole and Hitch. Two shrewd mining factions and their hired gun hands square off over the claim. Why you should be excited about it : Originally, this book was set to come out in but was pushed back. Then came the announcement that Sunny Randall, another one of Robert B. So, Blood Feud came out instead, and Buckskin was delayed until If absence makes the heart grow fonder as they say, then plenty of readers will welcome the return of Virgil and Cole this year.
The Paris Diversion by Chris Pavone. Kate Moore is back in a pulse-pounding thriller to discover that a massive terror attack across Paris is not what it seems — and that it involves her family. Across the Seine, tech CEO Hunter Forsyth stands on his balcony, perplexed that his police escort just departed, and frustrated that his cell service has cut out; Hunter has important calls to make, not all of them technically legal.
He sets down his metal briefcase and removes his windbreaker. Everyone has big plans for the day. Dexter is going to make a small fortune, finally digging himself out of a deep financial hole, via an extremely risky investment. Why you should be excited about it : Keeping with his one book every two years pace, Pavone is finally set to follow up his thriller, The Expats , which introduced readers to American expat Kate Moore. The Never Game by Jeffrey Deaver. Release Date: May 14th. From the bestselling and award-winning master of suspense, the first novel in a thrilling new series, introducing Colter Shaw.
A young woman has gone missing in Silicon Valley and her father has hired Colter Shaw to find her. The son of a survivalist family, Shaw is an expert tracker. When another victim is kidnapped, the clues point to one video game with a troubled past— The Whispering Man. In that game, the player has to survive after being abandoned in an inhospitable setting with five random objects. Is a madman bringing the game to life?
If She Wakes by Michael Koryta. Tara Beckley is a senior at idyllic Hammel College in Maine. As she drives to deliver a visiting professor to a conference, a horrific car accident kills the professor and leaves Tara in a vegetative state. At least, so her doctors think. Trapped in her body, she learns that someone powerful wants her dead—but why? And what can she do, lying in a hospital bed, to stop them? A former stunt driver, Abby returned home after a disaster in Hollywood left an actor dead and her own reputation—and nerves—shattered.
When she starts asking questions, things quickly spin out of control, leaving Abby on the run and a mysterious young hitman named Dax Blackwell hard on her heels. Do you really need anything else to run out and buy this one? Deception Cove by Owen Laukkanen. Release Date: May 21st. For fans of C. Box and Michael Koryta, a new thriller set in remote Washington State, where a widowed ex-Marine and a misanthropic ex-convict grudgingly team up to save the only thing they have in common—the rescue dog who changed both their lives.
Widowed while deployed overseas, former US Marine Jess Winslow reenters civilian life with little more than a falling-down house, a medical discharge for PTSD, and a dog—specifically Lucy, a black and white pitbull mix trained to help Jess cope with the crippling memories of her time in Afghanistan. August 15, Retrieved August 19, Radio Times. Retrieved June 11, The character from Villanelle's past revealed". Daily Mirror.
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