10 New Books Coming Out This Week

10 New Books Coming Out This Week

Another week, another batch of books for your TBR pile. Happy reading, folks.


Ram Murali, Death in the Air

“An old-fashioned mystery in the model of Agatha Christie . . . . A frothy, fun, truly escapist read—offering perspective on a certain echelon that feels both hyperbolic and cuttingly real at the same time.”

Meg Gardiner, Shadowheart

“Meg Gardiner is the next suspense superstar.”
–Stephen King

Liv Constantine, The Next Mrs. Parrish

“Constantine lays the glamour and nastiness on thick, resulting in an acidic thriller that delights with every twist of the knife. Fans of the first book will eat this up.”
–Publishers Weekly

Riley Sager, Middle of the Night

“Full of tension, urgency, atmosphere, and feeling—this is Riley Sager at his very best.”
–Lee Child

Lucy Foley, The Midnight Feast
(William Morrow)

“An irresistible whodunit with an irresistible Blair Witch-meets-Fyre Festival backdrop.”

Kimi Cunningham Grant, The Nature of Disappearing

“Grant anchors the suspense in the lives of her well-developed characters and delivers a hugely satisfying finale. In the forest of survival thrillers, this stands tall.”
–Publishers Weekly

M. M. Dewil, The Helper

“Readers will be as shocked as Mary is by what unfolds after she agrees to help Eric in this compelling page-turner filled with deeply satisfying twists and surprising developments. Perfect for fans of Freida McFadden and Shari Lapena.”

Marcus Kliewer, We Used to Live Here
(Atria/Emily Bestler)

“Kliewer’s debut is an atmospheric nightmare in all the best ways. This is recommended for fans of intricately plotted psychological novels, such as those by Stephen King, Ruth Ware, and Sarah Pinborough.”

John Dickson Carr, The Black Spectacles
(Poisoned Pen Press)

“Everything you could ever want in a Golden Age of Detective Fiction novel…a country house setting, a quiver of suspects bristling with motives, and an absolute stumper of a murder puzzle.”

Claudia Grey, The Perils of Lady Catherine de Bourgh

“The puzzle is intriguing, but its solution is only part of the reward of Gray’s ingenious new franchise. A rare treat for mystery readers and Austen buffs alike.”
–Kirkus Reviews