5 Addictive, New (and from Last Year) Mysteries We Can't Put Down
to travel far, far away—and solve a few murders? Pick up these fresh,
smart reads for fall.
September 17, 2013
In the mood for a jaunt to Provence before the
weather cools off? On the itinerary: A dinner of porcini mushroom tarts,
fresh-radish-and-white-rose-petal salad, monkfish in black olive
oil—oh, plus some wine theft and a serial killer.
Just about everybody in the world knows that
J.K. Rowling, of Harry
Potter fame, is the real identity of Robert Galbraith.
Anatomist and amateur detective Gabriel Crowther
believes that the summer of 1783 will be just like any other: hot, muggy and
full of medical research.
Claire DeWitt's one-who-got-away ex-boyfriend
Paul has gotten very far away indeed—in that he's now dead.
Former P.I. Sean Stranahan moves to Montana
after his painful divorce, to fish and contemplate how "the wonder of a
trout had nothing to do with its spots or the sheen of its flanks, but its
ability to pull the angler back through time until he was no longer what the
world had made of him, but who he was when the world was new."