Monday, November 13, 2023

The Post Has Its Say

Now, this is more like it: a “best thrillers of 2023” selection that comprises only a dozen books. These selections in The Washington Post were compiled by contributor Jill Pellettieri:

All The Sinners Bleed, by S.A. Cosby (Flatiron)
Bright Young Women, by Jessica Knoll (S&S/Marysue Rucci)
City Under One Roof, by Iris Yamashita (Berkley)
The Detective Up Late, by Adrian McKinty (Blackstone)
The Eden Test, by Adam Sternbergh (Flatiron)
Exiles, by Jane Harper (Flatiron)
Happiness Falls, by Angie Kim (Hogarth)
The Helsinki Affair, by Anna Pitoniak (Simon & Schuster)
Hot Springs Drive, by Lindsay Hunter (Roxane Gay)
Pet, by Catherine Chidgey (Europa Editions)
The Puzzle Master, by Danielle Trussoni (Random House)
The Traitor, by Ava Glass (Bantam)

Clickety-clack here to read more about those dozen titles.

The fact that the above list focuses on thrillers, and not on crime/mystery fiction in general, leads me to believe there is a second set of choices from this genre yet to come.

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