Listen to bestselling author Olen Steinhauer’s audiobook The Last Tourist, read by David Pittu. In An American Spy, reluctant CIA agent Milo Weaver thought he had finally put “Tourists”—CIA-trained assassins—to bed. A decade later, Milo is hiding out when a CIA analyst arrives to question him about a series of suspicious deaths and terrorist chatter. Their conversation is interrupted by a new breed of Tourists intent on killing them both. Audiofile named An American Spy an Earphones Award Winner, calling Pittu’s narration “taut” and insisting listeners will be “hooked.” Don’t miss this long-awaited audiobook in a beloved series.
Hi mystery fans! I hope you’re all doing as well as possible under the current circumstances. I’m here to hopefully offer you some relief in the form of some mystery related links to click, Kindle deals, AND there’s a little section of upcoming books you may want to prebuy today, or ask your library to purchase, so you’ll have a nice little gift waiting for you later in the year.
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Tana French has a new suspense standalone novel coming this fall. I repeat: Tana French has a new suspense standalone novel coming this fall!
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Want to travel to Ireland with an American musician as she gets caught up in solving crimes and talking to a ghost? The cozy mystery Murder in G Major by Alexia Gordon is $0.99!
Spy thriller fan? Why not read one written by an actual real life former spy?! John le Carré’s A Legacy of Spies is $1.99!
Maybe you want to start a Canadian procedural with past and present mysteries: Ann Lambert’s The Birds That Stay is $2.99! (Review) (TW alcoholism/ child abuse/ past suicide briefly mentioned with detail/ sexual assault/ pedophile)
Worth The Prebuy (Either I read and loved or am SUPER anticipating!)
We’re getting the 5th Lady Sherlock book and I squealed: Murder on Cold Street (The Lady Sherlock #5) by Sherry Thomas. (September 8, Berkley)
Obviously Tana French’s upcoming The Searcher–I will drop everything to read this. (October 6, Viking)
I inhaled this upcoming Spanish procedural about a serial killer about to be released from prison–his policeman twin put him there years before–when the same type of murders begin to happen again. I know! If fictional serial killers is up your alley and you want to spend some time in Spain check out The Silence of the White City by Eva Garcia Sáenz. (July 28, Vintage Crime)
If you’re a fan of the Detective Elouise Norton series you should be as excited as me to learn that the author has an upcoming standalone cat and mouse thriller! And Now She’s Gone by Rachel Howzell Hall. (September 22, Forge Books)
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