New Mystery Suspense for April and May, 2016

While this post may be well into April,  part of the joy of reading is that the books always welcome you. With that in mind, here are a great collection of books, some already released, with more to come in April and May. Some wonderful authors too for mystery suspense fans.
See what you think….

A Few That Must Be Mentioned From March

Fool Me Once  by Harlan Coben

Mr. Coben’s book nearly always find their way to the bestseller’s lists.  This one sounds like it will be well on its way too.  His suspense thrillers have such unique and engrossing plots.

Fool Me Once features Maya, a special ops pilot, back home, working, when her nanny cam captures the impossible.

Looking forward to it.

The Steel Kiss, by  Jeffrey Deaver,  Another hit for Mr. Deaver, featuring Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs.

Rain Dogs, by Adrian McKinley, featuring  Detective Sean Duff
Clawback,  J. A. Jance

Private:  Paris,  James Patterson and Mark Sullivan


The Girl From Home, by Adam Mitzner

Attorney, Adam Mitzner, is back with another legal thriller you won’t want to miss. Since his debut bestseller, Conflict of Interest, each subsequent book has been highly anticipated by his fans.
It is a terrific, thought provoking book.  Click here to read my full review of The Girl From Home.

The Obsession , by Nora Roberts

Every year, at least since I have been reading Nora Roberts, spring brings a new stand alone romantic suspense from this bestselling author.  This year it is The Obsession.
The story of a girl who discovered her father’s crimes, then grows up to learn some never forget.  A killer is still out there, this time he may be after her.

Most Wanted  by Lisa Scottoline

The Last Mile, by David Baldacci A new Amos Decker story
Deep Dark,  Laura Griffin,  #20 in the Tracers series.  The Tracers are always entertaining subjects for Ms. Griffin’s popular series.  Romantic suspense, well done.
War Hawk, James Rollins and Grant Blackwood was released April 19th, 2016.

Tucker Wayne is back with his dog, Kane.

I first read of the two in The Kill Switch (see my review here), and became an instant fan.  They make a fantastic team in the face of danger and terror.

This series featuring a former Army Ranger and his military dog, Kane, has become an automatic pre0order for me.  Love the exceptionally skilled dog–fascinating to read, as well as the complex plots.


 May 10th

Troublemaker: A Novel
by Linda Howard A  Romantic Suspense novel centered around the team leader of a paramilitary group trying to find out who tried to kill him.

May 31st

The Emperor’s Revenge (The Oregon Files) by Clive Cussler and Boyd Morrison

The charming, versatile and clever Juan Cabrillo is back with his crew on board the derelict Oregon.  This time a secret document from the days of Napoleon and a theft from the Monaco Grand Prix intertwine in a plan that could kill millions.  Unless Juan can stop it.  It’s always a treat to see the Oregon and its crew find solutions to impossible problems.  Don’t miss it!
Forgive me, by Daniel Palmer, another new novel due out May 31st.  A private investigator finds a photograph belonging to her mother that will lead her to a secret from her own past.  It sounds like another bestseller for Mr. Palmer.


The Cozies this month will delight fans. The Charming covers and play-on-words titles are especially catchy.

With a quirky sense of humor, you will find  Raiders of The Lost Bark, Breach of Crust, and Moss Hysteria,  to name a few.


Raiders of the Lost Bark, The Pampered Pets Mysteries, by Sparkle Abbey

Breach of Crust: A Charmed Pie Shoppe Mystery, by Ellery Adams
A Clue in the Stew: A Soup Lover’s Mystery, by Connie Archer

Murder at Dolphin Bay, Sand and Sea Hawaiian Mystery Book 1, by Kathi Daley

Silenced in the Surf , A Pacific Northwest Mystery, by Kate Dyer-Seeley


Vanilla Beaned,  8th in the Cupcake Bakery Mysteries, by Jenn McKinlay

Moss Hysteria: A Flower Shop Mystery, by Kate Collins
Reading Up a Storm: A Lighthouse Library Mystery, by Eva Gates

Fat Cat Takes the Cake,  A Fat Cat Mystery, by Janet Cantrell

Antiques Fate, A Trash ‘n’ Treasures Mystery, by Barbara Allan

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