Ware, Ruth

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The It Girl

Ware’s newest novel is a must-add for mystery collections that will appeal to her fans and new readers alike.

The It Girl

Fans of Golden Age mysteries like Dorothy Sayers’s Gaudy Night will love the book’s Oxford setting, while readers of trendy dark academia suspense novels, in the manner of Alex Michaelides’s The Maidens, will feel right at home. Top-drawer entertainment from a modern master of mystery.

One by One

Ware’s fans will devour this in a sitting, as will readers who love Lucy Foley’s The Hunting Party or locked-room mysteries in general. [See Prepub Alert, 2/24/20.]

The Turn of the Key

Ware hits another one out of the park. Fans of hers or anyone with a taste for the disturbing will stay up late devouring this.
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The Death of Mrs. Westaway

Superbly crafted, Ware's twisty tale will captivate her followers, fans of Eve Chase's Black Rabbit Hall, and seekers of character-driven mysteries. Enthusiastically recommended. ["Ware's fourth novel is her best yet, with steadily increasing tension, a complicated…mystery, and a sharp, sympathetic heroine who's up to the challenge of solving it": LJ Xpress Reviews 4/20/18 starred review of the Scout: Gallery hc.]

The Death of Mrs. Westaway

Superbly crafted, Ware’s twisty tale will captivate her followers, fans of Eve Chase’s Black Rabbit Hall, and seekers of character-driven mysteries. Enthusiastically recommended. [“Ware’s fourth novel is her best yet, with steadily increasing tension, a complicated...mystery, and a sharp, sympathetic heroine who’s up to the challenge of solving it”: LJ Xpress Reviews 4/20/18 starred review of the Scout: Gallery hc.]
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Since blasting onto the scene with In a Dark, Dark Wood, Ware has come up with some pretty intriguing premises, and this sounds no different...
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The Lying Game

Though not as chill-inducing as her previous titles, Ware's latest offers nuanced characters, an atmospheric small-town British setting, and a satisfying mystery. [See Prepub Alert, 1/23/17.]
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The Woman in Cabin 10

Ware's follow-up to her best-selling debut, In a Dark, Dark Wood, is a gripping maritime psychological thriller that will keep readers spellbound. The intense final chapters just might induce heart palpitations.
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