Curl up on a late summer or early fall evening with a good book – hardcover or downloaded to your favorite electronic device. There are plenty of titles slated for fall release, with some especially good authors offering new mysteries. Let one of these titles grab you!
“X,” Sue Grafton. With only two letters left, Grafton gives us another mystery in her alphabet series with private investigator Kinsey Millhone. No word of the plot, but we know it will rock!
“Robert B. Parker’s The Devil Wins,” Reed Farrel Coleman, a Jesse Stone story, release date Sept. 18. Three bodies are found in an abandoned factory building – one is only hours old and the other two are skeletal remains of two teenage girls who had gone missing 25 years earlier. It’s a complicated story that merges past and present.
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“The Murder House,” James Patterson and David Elis, release date Sept. 28. The beach-front Hampton estate is gorgeous, but locals call it the “Murder House.” Seems the home was the scene of a series of depraved, unsolved murders.
“The Crossing,” Michael Connelly, Nov. 3. A retired LAPD detective takes a murder case that takes him inside the police department and makes him a target.
“The Bazaar of Band Dreams,” Stephen King, Nov. 3. The master storyteller has collected stories, some brand-new, and offers revealing comments about why and how he wrote or rewrote each story.