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Adult Winter Reading Program: Mystery/Suspense Titles

In the Morning I'll be Gone by Adrian McKinty (Mystery/Suspense)
Third in the series. The must listen to climax of the trilogy. Gerard Doyle's Irish brogue adds another dimension to this thrilling final installment. -- Added by Bubbles on 03/05/2017

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Fatal Pursuit
Fatal Pursuit by Martin Walker (Mystery/Suspense)
Chief of Police Bruno Courreges of St. Denis, France, is put in the awkward position of having to be a substitute navigator in a car rally race which has been added to the town's annual festival. An old researcher is found dead, and the investigation uncovers the search for a long lost Buygatti sports car by several people in the area for the race. In this 9th installment in the series, all the usual townsfolk are back, and Bruno finds a new love interest, while still having to interact with the other women he has loved. There's lots of good food, wine and Bruno's faithful dog Balzac and horse Hector to fill out the story. Another good French adventure. -- Added by ERobinson on 03/05/2017

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Alone by Loren D. Estleman (Mystery/Suspense)
recommend. -- Added by edger on 03/04/2017

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The Forgotten Girls
The Forgotten Girls by Sara Blaedel (Mystery/Suspense)
Well crafted but pretty twisted mystery set in Denmark. Perhaps something was lost due to translation but there were some gaps in information - especially with respect to the heroine's personal life. There must be some significant procedural differences in police procedures too. Despite these distractions, a compelling story. -- Added by NanM on 03/03/2017

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Death of a Poison Pen
Death of a Poison Pen by M. C. Beaton (Mystery/Suspense)
As a lover of the "teacup mystery" genre, MC Beaton is my favorite author. This installment of her Hamish McBeth series fills the bill for clever and entertaining. I only wish the library had more of the Agatha Raisin titles on CD. -- Added by NanM on 03/03/2017

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The Lioness Is the Hunter
The Lioness Is the Hunter by Loren D. Estleman (Mystery/Suspense)
recommend. one of the amos walker series. -- Added by edger on 03/02/2017

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The Fleet Street Murders
The Fleet Street Murders by Charles Finch (Mystery/Suspense)
Set in 1886 England, this third mystery in the series starring amateur detective Charles Lenox centers around the murders of two prominent journalists late one December night in Fleet Street. Lenox tries to investigate without being stonewalled by the police at Scotland Yard who do not always welcome his efforts. At the same time, Lenox is recruited by his brother and other friends in Parliament to run for a seat in the House of Commons which has become available due to the death of the incumbent. Charles dashes back and forth between London and the fictional town of Stirrington, trying to balance his work to discover the solutions to the murders and learn how to campaign for office in a town he has never even visited. He also faces issues with his fiance and their best friends. There were almost too many subplots in this adventure, but it was very interesting to learn what political campaigning was like in England at that time--ready cash was certainly essential! -- Added by ERobinson on 03/02/2017

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Peach Cobbler Murder
Peach Cobbler Murder by Joanne Fluke (Mystery/Suspense)
Don't know why I stopped readying the Hannah Swenson Mystery books. All the familiar characters are present. And of course there is a murder to solve. At the end, both Mike and Norman propose. Will have to get cracking to see who wins her hand. -- Added by raderc on 03/02/2017

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The Woman in Cabin 10
The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware (Mystery/Suspense)
The book was a quick read, a real page turner. It's about a journalist who works for a travel magazine, she is one of only a few who are invited to attend the maiden voyage of a small, boutique style cruise ship. The main character, Lo, goes next door to a cabin to borrow something, a young woman answers the door. Later that night after drinking a bit too much, Lo is awoken from her sleep to the sound of a big slash. She goes outdoors on her veranda and sees blood on the glass next door where the young woman had been earlier in the evening. She reports it, but no one believes her. There wasn't anyone using that room, no personal effects were in there, no blood on the glass. Everyone becomes a suspect. Was Lo paranoid? Is she crazy? Was she imagining something that didn't happen? Find out by reading the book. I read that this book in being made into a movie. -- Added by mes925 on 03/01/2017

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E is for evidence by Sue grafton (Mystery/Suspense)
An enjoyable and fun mystery in the long Kinsey Millhone series. This is a quick and entertaining book. -- Added by Llev44 on 03/01/2017

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eleventh hour by catherine courtler (Mystery/Suspense)
havent read her books in a long time am going back to them likes this book very much easy to read and keeps your attention -- Added by lesliecarothers on 03/01/2017

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second honeylmoon by james patterson (Mystery/Suspense)
patterson is always a good read this is no exception wife killer but does he forgive the person how does he fine them or him or her u gotta read it -- Added by lesliecarothers on 03/01/2017

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Unnatural Acts
Unnatural Acts by Stuart Woods (Mystery/Suspense)
love stuart woods books fast paced and enjoyable read all his books -- Added by lesliecarothers on 03/01/2017

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Fudge & Jury
Fudge & Jury by Ellie Alexander (Mystery/Suspense)
Newest book in the series. Sorry the photo of the book is not correct. Really enjoy the characters and stories in the bakeshop mysteries and will try a couple of the recipes from the novel. -- Added by kay on 03/01/2017

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The Old Fox Deceiv'd by Marth Grimes (Mystery/Suspense)
A good cozy mystery in the style of Agatha Christie. The story kept my interest. It is the second in the Inspector Richard Jury series. I recommend this intriguing mystery. -- Added by thewritejim on 02/28/2017

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