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The Pickwick Murders by Heather Redmond

In a reimagining of Charles Dickens’s classic The Pickwick Papers, Heather Redmond’s fourth Victorian-era mystery in the Dickens of a Crime series finds a young Charles tossed into Newgate Prison for a…

Law of the Jungle by Christina Hoag

When an eccentric British scientist meets an American entrepreneur in the Venezuelan Amazon jungle, she thinks it’s a dream come true. But she doesn’t reckon on the law of the jungle: Be…

Forced Perspective by Colin Campbell

By April Snellings Colin Campbell took a long and dangerous route to a life as a full-time crime writer. A three-year stint in the British Army led to a 30-year career as…

Death Washes Ashore by Caleb Wygal

By April Snellings If “Why did you become a writer?” were a multiple-choice question, “Because I needed to look busy” probably wouldn’t be one of those choices. But that’s exactly what led…

Into the Sound by Cara Reinard

By Mindy Carlson To say Holly Boswell and her sister Vivian had a fraught childhood is putting it mildly. Their parents were psychology professors who raised the siblings as if they were…

The Safe House by L.A. Larkin

By Rebecca Fields Eagle Falls is a sleepy town in Washington State threatened by terrifying wildfires. So when families start dying in house fires, nobody guesses they’re deliberately lit by a killer…

Arctic Menace by Kenneth Andrus

By Tim O’Mara As ARCTIC MENACE opens, a Chinese mini-submarine is trapped in the ice after discovering rare earth elements off the coast of Alaska. Several nations—and some multi-national corporations—want to get…

The Brief Luminous Flight of the Firefly by Ellen Byerrum

By Charlie Cochrane It’s June 1943, halfway through a world war that has ramped up patriotism, but has also resulted in hoarding, profiteering, theft…and murder. A young Mimi Smith has gone to…

Styled for Murder by Nancy J. Cohen

By Allison McKnight “There’s a dead guy in our shower.” Having reached Book 17 in the A Bad Hair Day Mystery series, hairstylist-slash-amateur sleuth Marla Vail is almost as familiar with murder…

KGB Banker by William Burton McCormick & John Christmas

By George Ebey In their new novel KGB BANKER, authors William Burton McCormick and John Christmas bring us a work of suspense fiction that was inspired by real-life corruption. What if you…

Between the Lines: John Connolly

Celebrating Two “Darkly Ingenious” Releases By April Snellings It’s been more than 22 years since John Connolly roared onto the thriller scene in May 1999 with his brutal debut Every Dead Thing,…

On the Cover: Wanda M. Morris

Overcoming Near-Insurmountable Tragedy By José H. Bográn Wanda M. Morris is an accomplished lawyer, but ALL HER LITTLE SECRETS is her first foray into fiction—and what a splash she makes. The novel…

On the Cover: Lee and Andrew Child by Dawn Ius

Same…But Different By Dawn Ius It’s been more than a year since bestselling author Lee Child shocked the thriller world by announcing that he would no longer be writing his popular Jack…

On the Cover: Lisa Unger by Dawn Ius

A Thrilling Trip into Digital Danger By Dawn Ius If you’ve spent any length of time in bestselling author and newly-elected ITW co-president Lisa Unger’s fertile imagination, you’ve likely seen the emergence…

Up Close: Andrea Contos

By Jaden Terrell ITW Award Nominee Andrea Contos comes by her love of mysteries and thrillers naturally. You might even say crime—or at least, crime-solving—is in her blood, thanks to her father,…

Up Close: Karen Odden

As the Thames Ebbs and Flows, So Does the Trust in Scotland Yard By K.L. Romo Author Karen Odden once again brings Victorian England to vivid life in her new thriller, DOWN…

Up Close: Alison Gaylin

The Strength and Power of Collective Rage By K.L. Romo In her newest thriller, THE COLLECTIVE, bestselling author Alison Gaylin again visits the theme of family but in a darkly sinister way.…

Up Close: Anne Perry

In the Spirit of Christmas and Justice By K.L. Romo New York Times bestselling author Anne Perry gives us A CHRISTMAS LEGACY this month, number 19 in her cozy Victorian Christmas novel…

Up Close: Tim Waggoner

The Weird World of Movie Tie-ins By April Snellings The practice of turning a movie into a novel has a surprisingly long history. The 1916 French crime melodrama Les Vampires was accompanied…

Up Close: Dirk Cussler

Unravelling a Significant Historical Mystery By Austin S. Camacho The wait is over! Dirk Pitt, oceanography’s Indiana Jones, is back in action unravelling a vitally significant historical mystery of epic importance in…

BookTrib Spotlight: Toni Halleen

A Surrogate Mother Has Second Thoughts By Neil Nyren      “I wrapped the baby in pink flannel blankets, tightly like they taught me. To cushion her, I stuffed my extra clothes in…

Unwitting by Deven Greene

Dr. Erica Rosen’s world is turned upside down after a suicide bomber explodes amidst a large crowd entering Oracle Park baseball stadium, near her San Francisco home. Many are killed or injured,…

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