Unusual Suspects

15 Must-Read Thriller Books of 2019

Hello mystery fans!

This newsletter is sponsored by Cold Aim by Janice Cantore, new in paperback from Tyndale House Publishers.

Cold Aim cover imagePolice Chief Tess O’Rourke’s small town is still reeling from a devastating fire when the FBI asks for help: Could she shelter a witness in a high-profile human trafficking case? When crews come to town to assist with the fire cleanup, Tess worries strangers might shine a light on things best kept hidden. She doesn’t know that Rogue’s Hollow is already home to a suspect from a twenty-five-year-old murder case . . . and someone is taking cold aim at those Tess is sworn to protect.

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15 Must-Read Thriller Books of 2019

News And Adaptations

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Everything You Need to Remember About Veronica Mars Before Its Return

Kindle Deals

Inspector Imanishi Investigates by Seichō Matsumoto, Beth Cary (Translator) is $1.99! I enjoyed A Quiet Place and look forward to this one!

A Bit Of My Week In Reading

Patron Saints of Nothing cover imageStarted: Patron Saints of Nothing by Randy Ribay (Really good so far about a Filipino-American teen who goes to the Philippines to learn about his cousin’s murder.) Dept. H, Volume 2: After the Flood by Matt Kindt, Sharlene Kindt (Really enjoyed the first volume which is like a locked-room mystery set underwater! And the watercolor art is awesome.)

Received: The Art of Theft (Lady Sherlock #4) by Sherry Thomas (And I squealed really loud and am so excited!)

Browse all the books recommended in Unusual Suspects previous newsletters on this shelf. And here’s an Unusual Suspects Pinterest board.

Until next time, keep investigating! And in the meantime, come talk books with me on Twitter, Instagram, and Litsy–you can find me under Jamie Canavés.

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