New Books by MWA Members – August 2017

Here are the August 2017 books by some of our members. They may all be found at your local Independent Bookstore.  Visit this link to find a store near you:


Lisa Alber, Path Into Darkness, Midnight Ink
Donna Andrews, Gone Gull, Minotaur Books
Kelley Armstrong, Rituals, Random House
Kathleen Barber, Are You Sleeping, Simon & Schuster – Gallery Books
Mike Befeler, Death of a Scam Artist, Encircle Publications
Rhys Bowen, On Her Majesty’s Frightfully Secret Service, Berkley
Allison Brennan, Shattered, Minotaur Books
Sandra Brown, Seeing Red, Grand Central
Mollie Cox Bryan, Macrame Murder, Kensington
L.A. Chandlar, The Silver Gun, Kensington
Marcia Clark, Snap Judgment, Thomas & Mercer
Nancy Coco, Oh, Fudge!, Kensington
John Connolly, A Game of Ghosts, Simon & Schuster – Atria
Colin Cotterill, The Rat Catchers’ Olympics, Soho Crime
Bill Crider, Dead, To Begin With, Minotaur Books
Connie di Marco, All Signs Point to Murder, Midnight Ink
Gerald Elias, Spring Break, Severn
Kellye Garrett, Hollywood Homicide, Midnight Ink
Tess Gerritsen, I Know a Secret, Ballantine
Danielle Girard, Excise, Thomas & Mercer
Sally Goldenbaum, Murder Wears Mittens, Kensington
Matt Goldman, Gone to Dust, Forge Books
Sue Grafton, Y is for Yesterday, G.P. Putnam’s Sons
Andrew Gross, The Saboteur, Minotaur
Rachel Howzell Hall, City of Saviors, Forge
David Handler, The Girl with Kaleidoscope Eyes, HarperCollins – William Morrow
Betty Hechtman, A Tangled Yarn, Berkley
Julianne Holmes, Chime and Punishment, Berkley
Amanda Hosch, Mabel Opal Pear and the Rules for Spying, Stone Arch Books
Roger Johns, Dark River Rising, Minotaur Books
Chris Knopf, Tango Down, Permanent Press
William Kent Krueger, Sulfur Springs, Simon & Schuster – Atria
Ward Larsen, Assassin’s Code, Forge Books
Susan Elia MacNeal, The Paris Spy, Penguin Random House – Bantam
Margaret Mizushima, Hunting Hour, Crooked Lane
Marcia Muller, The Color of Fear, Grand Central
Jason Ridler, Hex-Rated, Skyhorse – Night Shade
Shirley Rousseau Murphy, Cat Shining Bright, HarperCollins – William Morrow
Cuyler Overholt, A Promise of Ruin, Sourcebooks Landmark
T. Jefferson Parker, The Room of White Fire, G.P. Putnam’s Sons
James Patterson, The Store, Little, Brown & Company
Louise Penny, Glass Houses, Minotaur
Carol J. Perry, Grave Errors, Kensington
Mark Pryor, The Sorbonne Affair, Seventh Street Books
Kwei Quartey, Death By His Grace, Soho Crime
Gerry Schmitt, Shadow Girl, Berkley
Lisa Scottoline, Exposed, St. Martin’s Press
Karin Slaughter, The Good Daughter, HarperCollins – William Morrow
Triss Stein, Brooklyn Wars, Poisoned Pen Press
Adam Sternbergh, The Blinds, HarperCollins – Ecco
Jonathan Stone, Days of Night, Thomas & Mercer
Marcia Talley, Footprints to Murder, Severn House
J.D. Trafford, Little Boy Lost, Thomas & Mercer
Susan Vaught, Super Max and the Mystery of Thornwood’s Revenge, Simon & Schuster – Paula Wiseman
Wendy Walker, Emma in the Night, St. Martin’s
Stuart Woods & Parnell Hall, Barely Legal, G.P. Putnam’s Sons
Mark Zubro, Ring of Silence, MLR Press


Short Stories

Jennifer Harlow, “The Bubble,” Atlanta Noir, Akashic Books
Chris Knopf, “Crossing Harry,” New Haven Noir, Akashic Books
Karen E. Olson, “The Boy,” New Haven Noir, Akashic Books
David Rich, “Sure Thing,” New Haven Noir, Akashic Books
Jessica Speart, “Second Act,” New Haven Noir, Akashic Books
Jonathan Stone, “The Gauntlet,” New Haven Noir, Akashic Books