Tag Archives: Thrillers/Crime

The Bouncer

by David Gordon

In this riotous caper from Edgar Award finalist David Gordon, the CIA, FBI, and nearly every level of organized crime collide with a singularly…

The Rules of Wolfe

by James Carlos Blake

“Nobody writes about blood and guts better than James Carlos Blake. He knows in his bones that violence is at the heart of our…

The White Van

by Patrick Hoffman

“Gritty, exhilarating . . . The White Van, with its quick and scary turns, provides a hell of a ride; the action never stops—even…

Panther’s Prey

by Lachlan Smith

“Fans of Scott Turow will relish Smith’s outstanding fourth Russian nesting doll of a whodunit featuring San Francisco lawyer Leo Maxwell . . ….

The Old Man

by Thomas Perry

The toppling of a Middle Eastern government suddenly makes a decades-old case a priority for American military intelligence in this new high-wire act from…

The Last Hack

by Christopher Brookmyre

From a top international crime writer, an unstoppable thriller about an old-school journalist facing down obsolescence, a desperate teenager, and a heist that will…

Jack of Spades

by Joyce Carol Oates

In this new literary thriller from Joyce Carol Oates, when a venerated mystery writer is accused of plagiarism by a strange woman from his…

Fox Is Framed

by Lachlan Smith

In the thrilling third novel in the series, Oakland attorney Leo Maxwell returns to the dark place where the Maxwell family saga began.

The Emerald Lie

by Ken Bruen

From the wry master of Irish noir, The Emerald Lie is the latest novel featuring the vigilante antihero Jack Taylor, along with his lethal…

Black Widow

by Christopher Brookmyre

A brilliant surgeon stands trial for the murder of her newlywed husband in Scottish crime master Christopher Brookmyre’s latest thriller, a heart-pounding novel that dissects…