Crime, mysteries, thrillers – If you love this genre then there are many reasons for you to visit the library. Labeled CRIM on the spine, it’s easy to find on the shelves. Mystery stories can be stand alone books, but often authors will develop a character over a series of books. New on the library shelves:
Daniel SILVA – The Defector, The Rembrandt Affair, Portrait of a Spy – 3 books in the Gabriel Allon series
David BALDACCI – The Innocent – An assassin with a mission
Chris PAVONE – The Expats – Playdates, coffee mornings, weekends away; a suspicious past and looking over her shoulder
Keigo HIGASHINO – The Devotion of Suspect X – “The Japanese Steig Larsson”
Sara HENRY – Learning to Swim – 1st of a series – A child is rescued after a fall from a ferry and no one reports him missing
Ransom RIGGS – Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – Mysterious island, abandoned orphanage, unusual children
Emily BARR – Stranded – A day trip to an uninhabited island but why has the boat not returned?
Alan TITMARSH – The Haunting – How can a drowning and a disappearance in 1816 have an effect 2 centuries later?
Heather GUDENKAUF – One Breath Away – “One school, One gunman”