Autumn Reads: 7 Mysteries & Thrillers
It’s sweater weather! Here, seven new thrillers to chill you this fall.
NUTSHELL (Knopf Canada) by Ian McEwen
THRICE THE BRINDED CAT HATH MEW’D (Doubleday) by Alan Bradley
THE KEPT WOMAN (Harper Collins) by Karin Slaughter
DEAR MR. M (Crown) by Herman Kock
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Dinner and Summer House with Swimming Pool, Kock’s new book is a literary tale of revenge about a once-celebrated writer in decline and his seemingly timid neighbor with a score to settle.
FRACTURED (Lake Union) by Catherine McKenzie
From Montreal writer, Catherine McKenzie, comes this psychological thriller about a bestselling novelist who, terrorized by a stalker, moves her family from Tacoma to Cincinnati in hopes of a fresh start. But the new neighbourhood, while seemingly idyllic, is anything but.
*Publication date: October 4, 2016
THE PERFECT GIRL (William Morrow) by Gilly Macmillan
THE PARIS KEY (Penguin) by Juliet Blackwell
As far as second acts go, there could be worse settings than the City of Lights. After her marriage falls apart, an American woman moves to Paris to take over her late uncle’s locksmith shop, only to unlock her own family’s secret past.