#LeedsReadsRecommends new crime and thrillers this Spring

The kind worth killingWe’ve selected some new crime and thriller titles for Spring that we think you’ll enjoy. From the big hitting and well known authors to debut novelists, there should be something here for all tastes. Our picks of other crime genres – historical, Eurocrime and psychological – are coming this week too.

Where we don’t have them in stock yet, you could reserve them to bag your copy.

Sascha Arango –The Truth and Other Lies. Tom Ripley type character Henry Hayden is a bestselling author whose life is a well constructed façade.

M. J. Arlidge – The Doll’s House. Chilling new one – his last book Pop goes the Weasel got a thumbs up from Leeds readers.

David Baldacci – Memory Man. Ex-detective Amos Decker, recovering from the loss of his family, must solve the gunning down of 13 teenagers. The author has 110 million copies of his books in print…

Belinda Bauer – The Facts of Life and Death. By very highly rated author of Rubbernecker  10 year old Ruby may be the next victim

Sharon Bolton – Little Black Lies – Tense / twisty psychological thriller from a best selling author

Crash & burnTom Callaghan – New author – debut thriller

Stella Cameron – Cold: A British Murder set in the Cotswolds

Linda Castillo – The Dead will tell Electrifying thriller from New York Times bestseller

Jeffery Deaver – Solitude Creek Kathrun Dance BK 3. Electrifying thriller

Luke Delaney – The Jackdaw. Fourth DI Corrigan – thrilling crime drama with a psychological edge

Eva Dolan – Tell no tales Hit and run crimes by this new –ish author

Margaret Duffy – Ashes to Ashes –Patrick Gillard’s father seeks his help when a disturbing claim is made about a recent cremation.

Steven Dunne – A Killing Moon. Very well rated by Leeds readers. DI Brook is confronted with kidnap, torture, and murder in this intricately plotted crime thriller

Paul Finch – Hunted – Heck, the maverick detective, is back. Hunted was a No1 e-book bestsellerThe Jackdaw

Lisa Gardner – Crash and Burn– Don’t miss this one from the bestselling author Compulsive, chilling, unputdownable.

Tess Gerritsen. Die Again  A Rissoli and Isles gripping thriller

Simon R Green – Dark Side of the Road. Compelling murder mystery

Tom Harper – Zodiac Station – chilling & eerie suspense thriller and Black River – set in deadly jungle

Jack Higgins – Rain on the Dead A Shaun Dillon story number 21 in the series. Murder, terrorism and revenge comes out later this year.

Peter James – You are Dead. Sunday Times bestseller new Roy Grace novel, No 11 in series due out May.

Quentin Jardine –Last Resort 25th landmark novel in the Bob Skinner series, on a manhunt in Catalunya. Hour of Darkness was the previous one

Tell no talesJonathan Kellerman – The Murderer’s Daughter. From bestselling and top thriller writer, this one features psychologist Dr Grace Blades. The Golem of Hollywood and Motive in the Alex Delaware series are also on order.

Renee Knight – ‘Disclaimer’ Tense & shocking debut.  Finding a mysterious novel at her bedside plunges documentary filmmaker Catherine Ravenscroft’s life into chaos.

Reif Larsen –I am Radar Epic novel about a radio operator who discovers a secret society

James Oswald – Prayer for the Dead. Fifth title in the Inspector McLean series. Deadman’s Bones and The Hangman’s Song got loads of top rating from our readers so watch out for this new one.

Matthew Pearl – The Last Bookaneer – Mystery, celebrity, theft – and a thrilling adventure set at the ends of the earth

Craig Robertson –In Place of Death. New novel by the CWA New Blood Dagger shortlisted author.

James Runcie –If you’ve watched Grantchester on ITV1, Sidney Chambers and the forgiveness of sins is the new one the series is based on.

Mark Sennen – Tell Tale – Reserve this if you like Broadchurch ….

Peter Swanson – The Kind worth Killing – Rated as one of 2015’s most compulsive thrillers. Delayed in London, Ted Severson meets a woman at the airport bar

David Thorne – Nothing Sacred.  Daniel Connell series set in Essex’s criminal underworld about a lawyer who cannot escape his past. This one’s about a mother’s nightmare: her children are taken from her because of unexplained injuries all over their bodies. Who will believe her ?

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