Mystery

Last Updated: December 23, 2023

The Mystery Guest by Nita Prose

The Mystery Guest
by Nita Prose

When an acclaimed author dies at the Regency Grand Hotel, it’s up to a fastidious maid to uncover the truth, no matter how dirty.

Resurrection Walk by Michael Connelly

Resurrection Walk
by Michael Connelly

With the help of his half-brother, retired LAPD Detective Harry Bosch, defense attorney Mickey Haller sets out to prove the innocence of a woman in prison for killing her husband, a sheriff’s deputy, putting Mickey in the crosshairs of a killer who doesn’t want the case reopened–or the truth coming to light.

The Proof of the Pudding by Rhys Bowen

The Proof of the Pudding
by Rhys Bowen

Georgie and her husband Darcy are invited to their new neighbor’s Sir Mortimer Mordred’s house party, where he borrows their new chef Pierre to cater. When one of the guests becomes sick and another one died, poisoned from berried from Sir Mortimer Mordred’s garden, Georgie has to find the culprit to save her chef and her reputation, all before her baby is born.

One Puzzling Afternoon by Emily Critchley

One Puzzling Afternoon
by Emily Critchley

In 1951, Edie Green in lonely, so when pretty Lucy Theddle befriends her, she thinks all her troubles are over. Then Lucy goes missing. Now in 2018, Edie is 84 years old, and sees Lucy, looking the same as she did at 15 years old. There’s a lot Edie gets confused about these days. But Edie knows she’s the key to finding Lucy. Time is running out and Edie must piece together the clues before Lucy is forgotten forever.

The Leftover Woman by Jean Kwok

The Leftover Woman
by Jean Kwok

An evocative family drama and a riveting mystery about the ferocious pull of motherhood for two very different women in New York City.

The Last Devil to Die by Richard Osman

The Last Devil to Die
by Richard Osman

When a dangerous package goes missing on Boxing Day, the Thursday Murder Club, when one of their own is murdered, take on their most deadly opponents yet.

Kill Show: A True Crime Novel by Daniel Sweren-Becker

Kill Show: A True Crime Novel
by Daniel Sweren-Becker

When sixteen-year-old Sara Parcell goes missing, it’s an utter tragedy . . . and an entertaining national obsession in this thoughtful and addictively readable novel that offers a fresh and provocative take on whodunits and true crime.