Thursday, January 11, 2018

Starter Set



Having somehow survived 2017, with all of its governmental incompetence, infantile Twitter rants, discomfiting threats of nuclear warfare, and erosion of both social norms and international alliances, we’re now charging full steam ahead into 2018. There are no assurances that the world will be any less rocky and frightening this year than it was last, but at least we will have lots of excellent reading material to keep us entertained—no matter what happens.

Just the next three months, for instance, will bring us what’s billed as “the final completed novel” by Mickey Spillane (The Last Stand); a new Hebrides-set thriller from Peter May (I’ll Keep You Safe); Rory Clements’ latest World War II-era spy yarn (Nucleus); Jane Harper’s Force of Nature, her sequel to the award-winning The Dry; what may be the opening installment in a new Walter Mosley detective series (Down the River Unto the Sea); the long-awaited fourth novel from Night Dogs author Kent Anderson (Green Sun); a work of psychological suspense from Laura Lippman (Sunburn); a 1920s-set novel of the Windy City underworld by playwright David Mamet (Chicago); the return of early 20th-century Viennese psychiatrist Max Liebermann (in Frank Tallis’ Mephisto Waltz); a high-tension yarn pairing two of Loren D. Estleman’s series protagonists, private eye Amos Walker and hit man Peter Macklin (Black and White Ball); the return of 1940s San Francisco gumshoe Miranda Corbie (in Kelli Stanley’s City of Sharks); the 50th anniversary edition of Colonel Sun, “the first James Bond novel published after the death of Ian Fleming in 1964”; Stella Duffy’s completion of an Inspector Roderick Alleyn mystery (Money in the Morgue), begun in the 1940s by Ngaio Marsh; and J. Todd Scott’s High White Sun, the sequel to 2016’s The Far Empty. On top of those, we can also look forward to fresh fiction from, among many others, Ragnar Jónasson, Jacqueline Winspear, Robert Goddard, Alison Gaylin, Joe R. Lansdale, Camilla Lackberg, Brad Parks, Charles Todd, Ausma Zehanat Khan, Bill Pronzini, Eva Dolan, Gerald Seymour, Mari Hannah, Robert Harris, and Ann Cleeves.

I know, I know: This abundance of literary riches is almost too much to take in at a single sitting. Below you will find almost 400 crime, mystery, and thriller works due out on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean between now and the end of March. (Believe it or not, this is not a complete rundown of what will soon become available, but instead a critic’s choice selection.) The list is based on recommendations from genre authorities such as Sarah Weinman and Shots’ Ayo Onatade, and Web sites ranging from Crime Fiction Lover and Bookbub Blog to Euro Crime and The Bloodstained Bookshelf. I think there’s something here for everyone, whether you favor hard-boiled crime tales, less brash whodunits, or double-cross-filled espionage thrillers. There are even a few crime fiction/science fiction crossovers, and some non-fiction releases—identified here with asterisks (*)—that should appeal to The Rap Sheet’s astute and curious readership.

JANUARY (U.S.):
An Aegean April, by Jeffrey Siger (Poisoned Pen Press)
Anatomy of a Scandal, by Sarah Vaughan (Atria/Emily Bestler)
Babylon Berlin, by Volker Kutscher (Picador)
Bad Samaritan, by Dana King (Down & Out)
Beneath the Darkest Sky, by Jason Overstreet (Dafina)
Beneath the Mountain, by Luca D’Andrea (Harper)
Best Friends Forever, by Margot Hunt (Mira)
The Black Painting, by Neil Olson (Hanover Square)
Blood Sisters, by Jane Corry (Pamela Dorman)
The Bloody Spur, by Mickey Spillane and Max Allan Collins (Kensington)
The Bomb Maker, by Thomas Perry (Mysterious Press)
The Burial Society, by Nina Sadowsky (Ballantine)
The Chalk Man, by C.J. Tudor (Crown)
Crash, by Keith Houghton (Thomas & Mercer)
Crazy Rhythm, by T.W. Emory (Coffeetown Press)
Cutting Edge, by Ward Larsen (Forge)
Darkness, Sing Me a Song, by David Housewright (Minotaur)
Death Below Stairs, by Jennifer Ashley (Berkley)
The Devil’s Claw, by Lara Dearman (Crooked Lane)
The Devil’s Song, by Lauren Stahl
(Kaylie Jones)
Dominic, by Mark Pryor (Seventh Street)
Don’t Look for Me, by Mason Cross (Pegasus)
The English Wife, by Lauren Willig
(St. Martin’s Press)
False Witness, by Andrew Grant (Ballantine)
Frankenstein in Baghdad, by Ahmed Saadawi (Penguin)
Free from All Danger, by Chris Nickson (Severn House)
The Girlfriend, by Michelle Frances (Kensington)
Gnomon, by Nick Harkaway (Knopf)
The Grave’s a Fine and Private Place, by Alan Bradley (Delacorte)
Grist Mill Road, by Christopher J. Yates (Picador)
A Gruesome Discovery, by Cora Harrison (Severn House)
Hellbent, by Gregg Hurwitz (Minotaur)
Hidden Depths, by Ann Cleeves (Minotaur)
The Honorable Traitors, by John Lutz (Pinnacle)
The Hostess with the Ghostess, by E.J. Cooperman (Crooked Lane)
If You Knew Her, by Emily Elgar (Harper)
I Know My Name, by C.J. Cooke (Grand Central)
Into the Black Nowhere, by Meg Gardiner (Dutton)
The Island, by M.J. Trow (Crème de la Crime)
The Job of the Wasp, by Colin Winnette (Soft Skull Press)
Just Between Us, by Rebecca Drake (St. Martin’s Griffin)
Justice by the Pound, by Ivan Weinberg (Curtis Brown)
Keep Her Safe, by K.A. Tucker (Atria)
Killer Choice, by Tom Hunt (Berkley)
The Liar in the Library, by Simon Brett (Crème de la Crime)
Lies That Comfort and Betray, by Rosemary Simpson (Kensington)
Light It Up, by Nick Petrie (Putnam)
The Linking Rings, by John Gaspard (Henery Press)
The Long Arm of the Law, edited by Martin Edwards (Poisoned
Pen Press)
The Long Deception, by Mary McCluskey (Little A)
Lullaby Road, by James Anderson (Crown)
Maigret Goes to School, by Georges Simenon (Penguin)
Many a Twist, by Sheila Connolly (Crooked Lane)
A Map of the Dark, by Karen Ellis (Mulholland)
Marshal and the Moonshiner, by C.M. Wendelboe (Five Star)
May, by Marietta Miles (Down & Out)
A Merciful Secret, by Kendra Elliot (Montlake)
The Mitford Murders. by Jessica Fellowes (Minotaur)
Mood Indigo, by Ed Ifkovic (Poisoned Pen Press)
A Mortal Likeness, by Laura Joh Rowland (Crooked Lane)
Munich, by Robert Harris (Knopf)
Murder Has a Motive, by Francis Duncan (Sourcebooks Landmark)
Need to Know, by Karen Cleveland (Ballantine)
New York Station, by Lawrence Dudley (Blackstone)
Night Driver, by Ronald Colby (Rare Bird)
The Night Market, by Jonathan Moore (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)
The Night Trade, by Barry Eisler (Thomas & Mercer)
No Second Chances, by Don Bruns (Severn House)
The Other Side of Everything, by Lauren Doyle Owens (Touchstone)
Paving the New Road, by Sulari Gentill (Poisoned Pen Press)
The Perfect Nanny, by Leila Slimani (Penguin)
Perish, by Lisa Black (Kensington)
The Perpetual Summer, by Adam Walker Phillips (Prospect Park)
Plague Pits & River Bones, by Karen
Charlton (Thomas & Mercer)
The Pope of Palm Beach, by Tim
Dorsey (Morrow)
Punishment, by Scott J. Holliday
(Thomas & Mercer)
The Pyramid of Mud, by Andrea
Camilleri (Penguin)
A Reckoning in the Back Country, by Terry Shames (Seventh Street)
The River Below, by Bonnie Hearn Hill (Severn House)
Robicheaux, by James Lee Burke (Simon & Schuster)
Saving Grace, by Simon Wood (Thomas & Mercer)
Season of Blood, by Jeri Westerson (Severn House)
Seven-Sided Spy, by Hannah Carmack (Ninestar Press)
The Silent Room, by Mari Hannah (Minotaur)
Strangers, by Ursula Archer and Arno Strobel (Minotaur)
The Suffering of Strangers, by Caro Ramsey (Severn House)
Sunday Silence, by Nicci French (Morrow)
The Take, by Christopher Reich (Mulholland)
This Is What Happened, by Mick Herron (Soho Crime)
Touchfeather, by Jimmy Sangster (Brash)
Traitor, by Jonathan de Shalit (Atria/Emily Bestler)
A Treacherous Curse, by Deanna Raybourn (Berkley)
Truly Devious, by Maureen Johnson (Katherine Tegen)
Twist of Faith, by Ellen J. Green (Thomas & Mercer)
Two Girls Down, by Louisa Luna (Doubleday)
Vanishing Girls, by Lisa Regan (Bookouture)
The Voice Inside, by Brian Freeman (Thomas & Mercer)
Walking the Bones, by Randall Silvis (Sourcebooks Landmark)
Walk in the Fire, by Steph Post (Polis)
The Widows of Malabar Hill, by Sujata Massey (Soho Crime)
The Wife, by Alafair Burke (Harper)
The Wife Between Us, by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen
(St. Martin’s Press)
The Winter Station, by Jody Shields (Little, Brown)
The Woman in the Window, by A.J. Finn (Morrow)
Worst Fear, by Matt Hilton (Severn House)
Zack, by Mons Kallentoft (Atria/Emily Bestler)

JANUARY (UK):
Bloody January, by Alan Parks (Canongate)
City Without Stars, by Tim Baker (Faber and Faber)
The Confession, by Jo Spain (Quercus)
A Damned Serious Business, by Gerald Seymour (Hodder & Stoughton)
Dark Pines, by Will Dean (Point Blank)
Deep Blue Trouble, by Steph Broadribb (Orenda)
Earth Storm, by Mons Kallentoft (Hodder & Stoughton)
Eighteen Below, by Stefan Ahnhem (Head of Zeus)
Eye for an Eye, by Kerry Wilkinson (Pan)
Fakes and Lies, by Jane A. Adams (Severn House)
Fear, by Dirk Kurbjuweit (Orion)
The Feed, by Nick Clark Windo (Headline)
Final Target, by E.V. Seymour (Killer Reads)
The Fountain in the Forest, Tony White (Faber and Faber)
Girl in Snow, by Danya Kukafka (Picador)
The Girl Who Ran, by Nikki Owen (HQ)
The Great Darkness, by Jim Kelly (Allison & Busby)
The Guilty Wife, by Elle Croft (Orion)
Hell Bay, by Kate Rhodes (Simon & Schuster)
Human Face, by Aline Templeton
(Allison & Busby)
Hydra, by Matt Wesolowski (Orenda)
I Did It for Us, by Alison Bruce (Constable)
If I Die Before I Wake, by Emily Koch (Harvill Secker)
I’ll Keep You Safe, by Peter May (Riverrun)
Killer Intent, by Tony Kent
(Elliott & Thompson)
The Killing Site, by Caro Peacock
(Severn House)
Know Me Now, by C.J. Carver (Zaffre)
Life of Crime, by Kimberley Chambers (HarperCollins)
The Long Silence, by Gerald O’Donovan (Severn House)
Man on Ice, by Humphrey Hawksley (Severn House)
Murder Lies Waiting, by Alanna Knight ( Allison & Busby)
Nucleus, by Rory Clements (Zaffre)
Once a Pilgrim, by James Deegan (HQ)
Perfect Death, by Helen Fields (Avon)
The Perfect Neighbours, by Rachel Sergeant (Killer Reads)
The Photographer, by Craig Robertson (Simon & Schuster)
Restless Coffins, by M.P. Wright (Black and White)
Scorched Earth, by David Mark (Mulholland)
Thirteen, by Steve Cavanagh (Orion)
This Is How It Ends, by Eva Dolan (Raven)
Traitor, by David Hingley (Allison & Busby)
Truly Evil, by Mark Hardie (Sphere)
Zen and the Art of Murder, by Oliver Bottini (MacLehose Press)

FEBRUARY (U.S.):
The Bad Daughter, by Joy Fielding (Ballantine)
Blind Eye, by Marcus Pelegrimas (Down & Out)
The Bookworm, by Mitch Silver (Pegasus)
Chicago, by David Mamet (Custom House)
A Cold Day in Hell, by Lissa Marie Redmond (Midnight Ink)
Cut You Down, by Sam Wiebe (Quercus)
A Dangerous Crossing, by Ausma Zehanat Khan (Minotaur)
Dead Calm, by Annelise Ryan (Kensington)
Dead Man’s Badge, by Robert E. Dunn (Brash)
A Death in Live Oak, by James Grippando (Harper)
Death in the Stars, by Frances Brody (Minotaur)
Death of an Honest Man, by M.C. Beaton (Grand Central)
The Deceivers, by Alex Berenson (Putnam)
Deros, by John Vanek (Coffeetown Press)
Down the River Unto the Sea, by Walter Mosley (Mulholland)
Final Strike, by William S. Cohen (Forge)
The Fire Pit, by Chris Ould (Titan)
Force of Nature, by Jane Harper (Flatiron)
Forty Dead Men, by Donis Casey (Poisoned Pen Press)
The French Girl, by Lexie Elliott (Berkley)
From Away, by Phoef Sutton (Prospect Park)
Gallery of the Dead, by Chris Carter (Simon & Schuster)
The Gate Keeper, by Charles Todd (Morrow)
Girl Unknown, by Karen Perry (Henry Holt)
The Glass Forest, by Cynthia Swanson (Touchstone)
The God Game, by Jeffrey Round (Dundurn)
The Greek Wall, by Nicolas Verdan (Bitter Lemon Press)
Green Sun, by Kent Anderson (Mulholland)
Head Wounds, by Dennis Palumbo
(Poisoned Pen Press)
Help I Am Being Held Prisoner, by Donald E. Westlake (Hard Case Crime)
House Witness, by Mike Lawson
(Atlantic Monthly Press)
The Hush, by John Hart (St. Martin's Press)
The Imam of Tawi-Tawi, by Ian
Hamilton (Spiderline)
The Innocents, by David Putnam (Oceanview)
Justice Lost, by Scott Pratt (Thomas & Mercer)
The Kremlin’s Candidate, by Jason Matthews (Scribner)
The Legacy, by Yrsa Sigurdardóttir (Minotaur)
The Liar’s Girl, by Catherine Ryan Howard (Blackstone)
The Listener, by Robert McCammon (Cemetery Dance)
Look for Her, by Emily Winslow (Morrow)
Look for Me, by Lisa Gardner (Dutton)
A Loyal Spy, by Simon Conway (Arcade)
Maigret and the Dead Girl, by Georges Simenon (Penguin)
The Man Upon the Stair, by Gary Inbinder (Pegasus)
Margaret Truman’s Allied in Danger, by Donald Bain (Forge)
Mephisto Waltz, by Frank Tallis (Pegasus)
Minced, Marinated, and Murdered, by Noël Balen and Vanessa
Barrot (Le French)
The Missing Hours, by Emma Kavanagh (Kensington)
Murder in Bloomsbury, by D.M. Quincy (Crooked Lane)
My Name Is Nathan Lucius, by Mark Winkler (Soho Crime)
The Neighborhood, by Mario Vargas Llosa (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)
19 Souls, by J.D. Allen (Midnight Ink)
No One Can Know, by Lucy Kerr (Crooked Lane)
The Plea, by Steve Cavanagh (Flatiron)
Poison, by John Lescroart (Atria)
The Policeman’s Daughter, by Trudy Nan Boyce (Putnam)
Prague Noir, edited by Pavel Mandys (Akashic)
The Return of Kid Cooper, by Brad Smith (Arcade)
Shallow Grave, by Karen Harper (Mira)
Sirens, by Joseph Knox (Crown)
The Storm King, by Brendan Duffy (Ballantine)
Street Whispers: Stories, by Liam Sweeny (All Due Respect)
Sunburn, by Laura Lippman (Morrow)
This Fallen Prey, by Kelley Armstrong (Minotaur)
The Throne of Caesar, by Steven Saylor (Minotaur)
The Tuscan Child, by Rhys Bowen (Lake Union)
Ultimate Power, by Stephen Frey (Thomas & Mercer)
The Undertaker’s Daughter, by Sara Blaedel (Grand Central)
The Unforgotten, by Laura Powell (Gallery)
A Well-Timed Murder, by Tracee de Hahn (Minotaur)
A Whisper of Bones, by Ellen Hart (Minotaur)
Wild Justice, by Priscilla Royal (Poisoned Pen Press)
The Woman in the Water, by Charles Finch (Minotaur)
The Wrong Sister, by T.E. Woods (Kensington)

FEBRUARY (UK):
Angel in the Shadows, by Walter Lucius (Michael Joseph)
Apostle Lodge, by Paul Mendelson (Constable)
Back Up, by Paul Colize (Point Blank)
Blue Night, by Simone Buchholz (Orenda)
The Child Finder, by Rene Denfeld (Weidenfeld & Nicolson)
The Collector, by Fiona Cummins (Macmillan)
Cut Off, by Mark Billingham (Sphere)
The Dark Angel, by Elly Griffiths (Quercus)
Dead Men Whistling, by Graham Masterton (Head of Zeus)
Everything Is Lies, by Helen Callaghan (Penguin)
A False Report, by T. Christian Miller and Ken Armstrong (Hutchinson)
The Gathering Dark, by James Oswald (Michael Joseph)
The Girl in the Woods, by Camilla Lackberg (HarperCollins)
Gravesend, by William Boyle (No Exit Press)
Gringa, by Joe Thomas (Arcadia)
Head Case, by Ross Armstrong (HQ)
In the Pines: 5 Murder Ballads, by Erik Kriek (Canongate)
In Strangers’ Houses, by Elizabeth Mundy (Constable)
Killed, by Thomas Enger (Orenda)
Like Lions, by Brian Panowich (Head of Zeus)
Little Liar, by Clare Boyd (Bookouture)
The Mechanical Devil, by Kate Ellis (Piatkus)
The Memory Chamber, by Holly Cave (Quercus)
Name of the Dog, by Élmer Mendoza (MacLehose Press)
Nobody Gets Hurt, by R.J. Bailey
(Simon & Schuster UK)
The Prince and the Whitechapel Murders,
by Saul David (Hodder & Stoughton)
The Reluctant Assassin, by Fiona Buckley (Creme de la Crime)
The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, by Stuart Turton (Raven)
Seventeen, by Hideo Yokoyama (Riverrun)
This is Where I Say Goodbye, by James Craig (Constable)

MARCH (U.S.):
The Affliction, by Beth Gutcheon (Morrow)
Agatha Christie: A Mysterious Life, by Laura Thompson (Pegasus)*
Auntie Poldi and the Sicilian Lions, by Mario Giordano
(Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)
Bad Cops, by Nick Oldham (Severn House)
The Bags of Tricks Affair, by Bill Pronzini (Forge)
Barbed Wire Heart, by Tess Sharpe (Grand Central)
The Bishop’s Pawn, by Steve Berry (Minotaur)
Black and White Ball, by Loren D. Estleman (Forge)
Bone Music, by Christopher Rice (Thomas & Mercer)
The Broken Girls, by Simone St. James (Berkley)
Caribbean Rim, by Randy Wayne White (Putnam)
City of Sharks, by Kelli Stanley (Minotaur)
Closer Than You Know, by Brad Parks (Dutton)
Close to Home, by Cara Hunter (Penguin)
The Coincidence Makers, by Yoav Blum (St. Martin’s Press)
Colonel Sun, by Kingsley Amis (Pegasus)
Crimson Lake, by Candice Fox (Forge)
Dangerous Boys, by Greg F. Gifune (Down & Out)
Dayfall, by Michael David Ares (Tor)
The Day She Disappeared, by Christobel Kent (Sarah Crichton)
Deadly Recall, by T.R. Ragan (Thomas & Mercer)
Death at the Durbar, by Arjun Raj Gaind (Poisoned Pen Press)
Death Comes in Through the Kitchen, by Teresa Dovalpage
(Soho Crime)
Death of an Unsung Hero, by Tessa Arlen (Minotaur)
The Devil and the River, by R.J. Ellory (Overlook Press)
Devil’s Wolf, by Paul Doherty (Headline)
A Different Kind of Evil, by Andrew Wilson (Washington Square Press)
The Disappeared, by C.J. Box (Putnam)
Dodging and Burning, by John Copenhaver (Pegasus)
The Echo Killing, by Christi Daugherty (Minotaur)
The Escape Artist, by Brad Meltzer (Grand Central)
Exacting Justice, by T.G. Wolff (Down & Out)
Exhibit Alexandra, by Natasha Bell (Crown)
Fade to Black, by David Rosenfelt (Minotaur)
The Family Next Door, by Sally Hepworth (St. Martin’s Press)
The Fighter, by Michael Farris Smith (Little, Brown)
The Flight Attendant, by Chris Bohjalian (Doubleday)
Foreign Bodies, edited by Martin Edwards (Poisoned Pen Press)
A Funeral in Mantova, by David P. Wagner (Poisoned Pen Press)
Glimpse, by Jonathan Maberry (St. Martin’s Press)
A Guide for Murdered Children, by Sarah Sparrow (Blue Rider Press)
High White Sun, by J. Todd Scott (Putnam)
Hiroshima Boy, by Naomi Hirahara (Prospect Park)
Holmes Entangled, by Gordon McAlpine (Seventh Street)
Holy Ceremony, by Harri Nykänen (Bitter Lemon Press)
The Hunger, by Alma Katsu (Putnam)
I Bring Sorrow & Other Stories of Transgression, by Patricia Abbott (Polis)
If I Die Tonight, by Alison Gaylin (Morrow)
I’ll Keep You Safe, by Peter May (Quercus)
The Innocent Wife, by Amy Lloyd
(Hanover Square)
I Was Anastasia, by Ariel
Lawhon (Doubleday)
Jackrabbit Smile, by Joe R.
Lansdale (Mulholland)
The Kremlin Conspiracy, by Joel C. Rosenberg (Tyndale House)
The Last Equation of Isaac Severy, by Nova Jacobs (Touchstone)
Last Ferry Home, by Kent Harrington (Polis)
The Last Stand, by Mickey Spillane (Hard Case Crime)
Let Me Lie, by Clare Mackintosh (Berkley)
Looking Glass, by Andrew Mayne (Thomas & Mercer)
The Longest Silence, by Debra Webb (Mira)
Lock 13, by Peter Helton (Severn House)
Lost Creed, by Alex Kava (Prairie Wind)
Maigret and the Minister, by Georges Simenon (Penguin)
Memento Mori, by Ruth Downie (Bloomsbury USA)
Mind of a Killer, by Simon Beaufort (Severn House)
Murder at Half Moon Gate, by Andrea Penrose (Kensington)
The Nightingale Murder, by Leena Lehtolainen (AmazonCrossing)
Not That I Could Tell, by Jessica Strawser (St. Martin’s Press)
The Other Mother, by Carol Goodman (Morrow)
The Punishment She Deserves, by Elizabeth George (Viking)
The Purloined Puzzle, by Parnell Hall (Minotaur)
Rainbirds, by Clarissa Goenawan (Soho Press)
Rip Crew, by Sebastian Rotella (Mulholland)
The Sandman, by Lars Kepler (Knopf)
Santa Fe Mourning, by Amanda Allen (Crooked Lane)
Searcher of the Dead, by Nancy Herriman (Crooked Lane)
Second Story Man, by Charles Salzberg (Down & Out)
The Silent Companions, by Laura Purcell (Penguin)
Silent Victim, by Caroline Mitchell (Thomas & Mercer)
Sometimes I Lie, by Alice Feeney (Flatiron)
The Sons: Made in Sweden, Part II, by Anton Svensson (Quercus)
The Stakes, by Ben Sanders (Minotaur)
Such Dark Things, by Courtney Evan Tate (Mira)
Tangerine, by Christine Mangan (Ecco)
The Temptation of Forgiveness, by Donna Leon (Atlantic
Monthly Press)
The Terminal List, by Jack Carr (Atria/Emily Bestler)
They All Fall Down, by Tammy Cohen (Pegasus)
The Third Victim, by Phillip Margolin (Minotaur)
To Die But Once, by Jacqueline Winspear (Harper)
White Rose, Black Forest, by Eoin Dempsey (Lake Union)
The Wild Inside, by Jamey Bradbury (Morrow)
Worth Killing For, by Jane Haseldine (Kensington)

MARCH (UK):
Acts of Vanishing, by Fredrik T. Olsson (Sphere)
The Bone Keeper, by Luca Veste (Simon & Schuster)
Bring Me Back, by B.A. Paris (HQ)
Bryant & May: Hall of Mirrors, by Christopher Fowler (Doubleday)
Class Murder, by Leigh Russell (No Exit Press)
Come and Find Me, by Sarah Hilary (Headline)
Damnation, by Peter Beck (Point Blank)
The Darkness, by Ragnar Jónasson (Michael Joseph)
The Devil’s Dice, by Roz Watkins (HQ)
End Game, by Matt Johnson (Orenda)
Girl on Fire, by Tony Parsons (Century)
Hangman, by Daniel Cole (Trapeze)
The Last Hour, by Harry Sidebottom (Zaffre)
The Long Forgotten, by David Whitehouse (Picador)
The Lost, by Mari Hannah (Orion)
Money in the Morgue, by Ngaio Marsh and Stella Duffy
(Collins Crime Club)
Murder at the Bayswater Bicycle Club, by Linda Stratmann
(History Press)
Only Child, by Rhiannon Navin (Mantle)
Only the Dead Can Tell, by Alex Gray (Sphere)
Panic Room, by Robert Goddard (Bantam Press)
The Parentations, by Kate Mayfield (Point Blank)
The Perfect Girlfriend, by Karen Hamilton (Wildfire)
The Shadow Killer, by Arnaldur Indridason (Harvill Secker)
The Smiling Man, by Joseph Knox (Doubleday)
Splinter in the Blood, by Ashley Dyer (Corsair)
29 Seconds, by T.M. Logan (Zaffre)
Two Little Girls, by Kate Medina (HarperCollins)
The Western Wind, by Samantha Harvey (Jonathan Cape)
We Were the Salt of the Sea, by Roxanne Bouchard (Orenda)
While You Sleep, by Stephanie Merritt (HarperCollins)

As usual, if you think I have somehow neglected to mention any new releases of particular significance, please drop me a line in the Comments section at the bottom of this post.

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