THE FALL by John Lescroart

The Fall begins quite literally when a young woman plunges to her death from an overpass in San Francisco.

THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN by Paula Hawkins

Unless you’ve been locked in the drum of your drying machine lately, you’ve heard about THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN. You know that it’s about a woman, Rachel, who rides the same train each workday (and some weekends), and when she sees something shocking from the windows of...

THE LEWIS MAN by Peter May

Today I’m turning the virtual mic over to Lauren, because I thought she’d do a better job of telling you about THE LEWIS MAN than I ever could. I was right! You can find Lauren on Twitter here. I had never been to the Outer Hebrides islands of Scotland...

COP TOWN by Karin Slaughter

Karin Slaughter’s first stand-alone novel is a force to be reckoned with. At once a gripping crime novel and astute commentary on American society, it starts off with a bang (literally) and doesn’t let up. The story concerns a spate of cop killings in Atlanta in 1974...

SOMEONE ELSE’S SKIN by Sarah Hilary

I never know quite what to expect when I open a first novel, and finding a good one, with a lead character I like and want to get to know better, is a real treat. SOMEONE ELSE’S SKIN is such a delight. Detective Inspector Marnie Rome is tough, smart, and haunted. When...