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Ghost Month

Taiwan's traditions play a major role in Lin's category-defying thriller that manages to be both funny and profound. Lin, who also pens the New York City-set Robert Chow procedural series (One Red Bastard), writes with strong literary overtones and delivers a bang-up finale sure to keep readers engaged well past lights out.

Shroud of Evil: A DI Andy Horton Mystery

Andy's latest case intersects directly with his personal quest to find his mother's killers...

Vengeance Is Mine: A Red River Mystery

Why Las Vegas gangsters would descend on rural Center Springs, TX, is beside the point...

First Light: A John Bekker Mystery

Fans of the hard-boiled will want to binge-read Lamanda's series if they are new to it...

The Good Know Nothing: A Tom Hickey Mystery

Don't miss the final installment in Kuhlken's long-running "California Century" saga...

Some Enchanted Éclair: A Magical Bakery Mystery

Katie Lightfoot, Savannah's magical baker, wields her special touch with a movie crew struggling after one of its members dies suspiciously...

Grace Against the Clock: A Manor House Mystery

Managing historic Marshfield Manor might be Grace Wheaton's official job but sleuthing comes naturally, particularly when a key benefactor is poisoned at a big fund-raising event...

The Devil Takes Half: A Greek Islands Mystery

Serafim's dense prose is perfect for lovers of literary and scholarly mysteries. Her plotting is methodical and traditional, with subtle nods to Sherlock Holmes, Greek mythology, and historical events.

Blade of the Samurai: A Shinobi Mystery

After her exciting historical mystery debut, Claws of the Cat, Spann proves she has the touch in her sophomore entry. The deceptively simple prose educates readers about 16th-century Japan, while the well-plotted story moves at ninja speed. The endearing characters fight to defend honor and truth, giving this strong YA appeal.

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