By David Rosenfelt
Tim Wallace's spouse was once killed in a boating coincidence numerous months ago—and one New Jersey cop is certain he did it. He didn't. yet no matter if the police finally transparent his identify, he'll by no means recover from this negative tragedy…
It's New Year's Eve. Tim's pals persuade him to head out for the 1st time on account that his wife's demise. They're at an area pub whilst, prior to nighttime, a drunken stranger methods Tim—and asks him a compelling question.
Soon the fellow confesses to a months-old murder—even supplying as facts the positioning of the woman's physique. "Now it's your problem," he says to Tim ahead of strolling away. while the fellow seems to were telling the reality, Tim's lifestyles is going from undesirable to worse as he's placed below the microscope back by way of the cops—and this time they're no longer giving up. yet nor is Tim: he's the single one that can determine what's rather going on—and who murdered his wife…
Don't inform a Soul is an electrifying stand-alone mystery from David Rosenfelt, bestselling writer of the Andy chippie novels.
By Oliver Harris
“A twisting spiral of lies and corruption, a pitch-perfect portrait of up to date London, and a beguiling bastard of a hero—what a recipe for an excellent read.”
—Val McDermid, writer of The Mermaids Singing
Describing London police detective Nick Belsey, hero of The hole Man, an enthrallingly unique mystery from British crime novelist Oliver Harris—the Daily Mail declared, “He’s received to be London’s coolest cop.” Crime fiction lovers are certain to agree, specially these addicted to the novels of Ian Rankin, Peter Robinson, Mark Billingham, and Jo Nesbø. the 1st e-book in a sequence of demanding and twisting police procedurals, The hole Man begins with Belsey at all-time low, after which embroils him in a brazen id robbery rip-off and attainable homicide which could depart him both filthy rich or useless. It’s time to find Oliver Harris, a brand new grasp of noir who’s destined to be a major guy on the scene of the crime.
By Daniel Depp
Summoned to the trailer of a Hollywood superstar who's receiving dying threats, former stuntman-turned-private investigator, David Spandau, assumes it will be one other regimen case. It seems to be something yet. A-list actor Bobby Dye has turn into entangled with B-list gangster Richie Stella, who simply desires to make a film - and also you can't make a film and not using a famous person. yet as Richie and his cohorts are approximately to determine, the motion picture company makes the cocaine and heroin racket appear like child's play. in the meantime, Spandau unearths himself drawn ever deeper into the loopy international of Bobby Dye, one of many handsomest, such a lot idolized males on the earth - and likewise one of many loneliest. All Bobby wishes is anyone to speak truthfully to him - yet can he relatively do something about the blunt and sour fact?
By Val McDermid
A taut mental mystery from the bestselling writer at the back of the preferred cord within the Blood television sequence while occupation legal Jack Farlowe's physique is located washed-up on a Suffolk shore, it seems to be to the police like a simple case. Broken-hearted at his daughter's demise, he has drowned himself -- sturdy riddance and one much less crime to unravel, in response to CID. even so, perhaps now not. For, one after the other, Farlowe's enemies are being killed. And the terrible demeanour in their deaths makes drowning appear like an afternoon on the seashore!
From the unusual case of 'The Red-Headed League' to the intense story of 'The Engineer's Thumb', Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Dr Watson grapple with treachery, homicide, and creative crimes of every kind. yet no case is simply too challening for the immortal detective's special energy of deduction.
By Elmore Leonard
Detroit strategy server Jack Ryan has a name for being the simplest within the enterprise at discovering those who don't are looking to be came upon. Now he's trying to find a lacking stockholder identified merely as "Unknown guy No. 89." yet his lacking guy isn't "unknown" to every person: a stunning blonde hates his guts and a really nasty dude named Royal desires him useless within the worst approach. that's very unlucky for Jack Ryan, who's unexpectedly stuck within the crossfire of a deadly triple-cross and as a lot a aim as his anonymous prey.
By Gillian Galbraith
Midwinter, a freezing evening in Leith, close to Edinburgh's crimson mild district. A policewoman's flashlight stabs the darkness in a snow-covered cemetery. The circle of sunshine stops on a colourless, lifeless face. So starts the quest for a serial assassin of prostitutes in Gillian Galbraith's 3rd Alice Rice mystery, Dying of the Light. partially encouraged via the real-life killings of prostitutes in Ipswich, this novel explores a hidden international the place intercourse is bartered for cash and medicine. Off-duty, Alice's domestic existence keeps its asymmetric path. Her romance with the artist Ian Melville deals the chance of happiness, yet is affected by lack of confidence. Her demented yet made up our minds neighbour, omit Spinnell, bargains a brand new problem to Alice's persistence at each assembly. This atmospheric mystery builds at the good fortune of the 1st Alice Rice mysteries, Blood within the Water and Where the Shadow Falls, and it's Gillian Galbraith's such a lot comprehensive novel but.
By Laney Salisbury
The precise tale of 1 of the 20 th century's so much audacious paintings frauds
full of impressive characters and advised at breakneck velocity, Provenance reads like a well-plotted mystery. yet this is often probably now not fiction. it's the surprising narrative of 1 of the main far-reaching and complex cons within the heritage of artwork forgery. Stretching from London to Paris to ny, investigative newshounds Laney Salisbury and Aly Sujo recount the story of notorious con guy and unforgettable villain John Drewe and his companion, the affable artist John Myatt. jointly they exploited the documents of British artwork associations to irrevocably legitimize the loads of items they solid, a lot of that are nonetheless thought of real and grasp in favourite museums and personal collections this day.
By Ian Rankin
James Gale proves a good option to narrate this most recent access to the long-running Inspector Rebus sequence. It's 2005 and Rebus is mourning the unforeseen dying of his brother. it's a demise that would reason loads of introspective musings for the detective as he sees his retirement edging over the horizon. yet quickly Rebus and his associate are after a potential serial killer who's doing in former intercourse offenders. upload to that the plain suicide of an MP and the horror of the London subway bombings, and you've got one other high-quality Scottish secret, that's purely more suitable by way of Gale's functionality. Gale's gruff, gravelly supply brings simply the correct amount of worldwide weariness to his characterization of Rebus. With the wealthy array of accents at his disposal, Gale is both potent in his portrayal of Rankin's assisting characters, specially the arrogant amoral crime boss Cafferty, who comes throughout as a smirking, self-satisfied alley cat with clean chook feathers in his whiskers.
By Jenny Milchman
WINNER OF THE MARY HIGGINS CLARK AWARD
Jenny Milchman’s Cover of Snow is a extraordinary debut, a gripping story of suspense within the culture of Gillian Flynn, Chris Bohjalian, and Nancy Pickard.
Waking up one wintry morning in her outdated farmhouse nestled within the Adirondack Mountains of recent York, Nora Hamilton immediately understands that whatever is incorrect. whilst her fog of sleep clears, she unearths her global is without notice, irretrievably shattered: Her husband, Brendan, has devoted suicide.
The first few hours following Nora’s devastating discovery cross for her in a blur of numbness and disbelief. Then, a traumatic knowledge slowly settles in: Brendan left no be aware and gave no indication that he used to be considering taking his personal lifestyles. Why might a rock-solid police officer with unwavering affection for his spouse, activity, and old fashioned homeland all of sudden decide to finish all of it? Having spent a life-time heading off difficult truths, Nora needs to now commence dealing with them.
Unraveling her overdue husband’s ultimate days, Nora searches for an explanation—but unearths a bewildering resistance from Brendan’s ally and companion, his fellow cops, and his brittle mom. It speedy turns into transparent to Nora that she is looking questions not anyone desires to solution. For underneath the gentle conceal of snow lies a strong conspiracy that may cease at not anything to maintain its presence unknown . . . and its darkest secrets and techniques hidden.
Praise for Cover of Snow
“Well-defined characters take us on an emotional roller-coaster trip in the course of the darkest evening, with blinding twists and sometimes deadly turns. this can be a richly woven tale that not just seems to be on the devastating results of suicide but in addition examines lifestyles in a small city and explores the complexity of marriage. lovers of Nancy Pickard, Margaret Maron, and C. J. field may be extremely joyful to discover this new author.”—Booklist (starred review)
“Milchman finds an intimate wisdom of the psychology of grief, in addition to a painterly reward for changing frozen emotions into scenes of a forbidding wintry weather landscape.”—The ny Times
“Milchman makes [readers] suppose the nippiness all the way down to their bones and casts a very powerful temper during this trendy thriller.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Milchman tackles small-town angst the place evil can simmer less than the outside with a breathless power and a think for life like characters.”—The Seattle Times
“The plot unfolds at a good clip . . . finally dashing headlong to a chain of startling revelations.”—San Francisco magazine of Books
“Milchman expertly conveys Nora’s grief in a manner that may hot hearts even within the lifeless of a Wedeskyull winter.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
From the Hardcover edition.