Mystery New Releases

Mystery fiction is a loosely-defined term that is often used as a synonym of detective fiction — in other words a novel or short story in which a detective (either professional or amateur) solves a crime. The term "mystery fiction" may sometimes be limited to the subset of detective stories in which the emphasis is on the puzzle element and its logical solution (cf. whodunit), as a contrast to hardboiled detective stories which focus on action and gritty realism. However, in more general usage "mystery" may be used to describe any form of crime fiction, even if there is no mystery to be solved ...more

New Releases Tagged "Mystery"

The Night Olivia Fell
The Hiding Place
The Hunting Party
Four Dead Queens
The Lost Night
American Spy
The Black Ascot (Inspector Ian Rutledge #21)
Watcher in the Woods (Rockton, #4)
What We Buried
The Stone Circle (Ruth Galloway, #11)
The Secretary
Spectacle
The Chef's Secret
Between Before and After
We Told Six Lies
A Case of Bier (Bed-and-Breakfast Mysteries, #31)
The Glass Woman
The Vanishing Man: A Prequel to the Charles Lenox Series (Charles Lenox Mysteries prequel 2)
Death in Provence
Murders and Metaphors (Magical Bookshop Mystery #3)
The Revenant Express (Newbury and Hobbes, #5)
Lion Down (FunJungle, #5)
Past Due for Murder (Blue Ridge Library Mysteries #3)
How I Became a Spy: A Mystery of WWII London
The Puppy Who Knew Too Much (Dog Club Mystery #2)
A Gentlewoman's Guide to Murder (A Gentlewoman's Guide to Murder #1)
Criminally Cocoa (Amish Candy Shop Mystery #3.5)
The Birds That Stay (A Russell and Leduc Mystery, #1)
Restaurant Weeks Are Murder (A Poppy McAllister Mystery #3)
The Murder Book (Cold Case Investigation, #2)
February's Son
More Deadly than the Male: Masterpieces from the Queens of Horror
Following
Murder At The Palace
Spencer's Cove
The Dogon Initiative (The Deniables, #1)
How to Experience Death for Beginners
Searching for Lottie
Trouble's Wedding Caper
ヴァニタスの手記 6 [Vanitas no Carte 6] (The Case Study of Vanitas, #6)
The Sleuth's Dilemma (The Librarian Sleuth, #2)
The Blood Runs Cold (Chiara Corelli Mystery, #2)
Two Can Keep a Secret
The Vanishing Stair (Truly Devious, #2)
The Golden Tresses of the Dead (Flavia de Luce #10)
The Paragon Hotel
The Current
As Long as We Both Shall Live
Come Find Me
The Widows
Death Prefers Blondes
The Curse of Misty Wayfair
Once a Liar
The Lonely Dead
In the Shadow of Croft Towers
Spin
Death by Committee (Abbey McCree Mystery #1)
Bluff
Crewel and Unusual (A Haunted Yarn Shop Mystery)
Grand Slam Murders (A Bridge to Death Mystery, #1)
A Literal Mess (Allie Cobb Mystery #1)
You Won't See Me Coming (The Black Angel Chronicles #3)
Murder Wears a Little Black Dress (Resale Boutique Mystery #1)
The Guilt We Carry
No Escape Claws (Second Chance Cat Mystery, #6)
Death by Chocolate Malted Milkshake (A Death by Chocolate Mystery #2)
The Book Artist (Hugo Marston, #8)
No Stone Unturned (Lexi Carmichael Mystery #11)
Dead as a Door Knocker (House-Flipper Mystery #1)
Murder, She Meowed (Pawsitively Organic Mysteries #7)
Slow Motion Ghosts
A Grave Peril (Bodies of Evidence, #3)
The Haunting of Hillwood Farm
The Hanging Psalm (A Simon Westow Mystery #1)
Not A Creature Was Stirring (A Merry & Bright Handcrafted Mystery #1)
The Wind Will Howl (Raleigh Harmon PI Mysteries #3)
The Flimflam Affair (A Carpenter and Quincannon Mystery #7)
Karma Never Loses An Address
Take-Out: And Other Tales of Culinary Crime
The Invisible Heiress
Rivers of London: Action At A Distance #4
The Story Pirates Present: Digging Up Danger
My Little Pony: Ponyville Mysteries #1
Warped Passage (Jo Riskin Mysteries, #2)
Mercurio Loi n. 15: Ciao, core

S.J. Watson

Author of Before I Go to Sleep

S J Watson was born in the UK, lives in London and worked in the NHS for a number of years.

In 2011 Watson's debut novel, Before I Go to Sleep, was released to critical acclaim. It has now been published in over 40 languages, and has become an international bestseller, winning numerous awards.

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