New Books by MWA Members – January 2023

Here are the January 2023 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:


Peter Blauner, Picture in the Sand, Minotaur Books
Allison Brennan, Don’t Open the Door, Harlequin – MIRA
Reed Bunzel, Greenwich Mean Time, Epicenter Press/Coffeetown Press
Dori Hillestad Butler, King & Kayla and the Case of the Cat Hunt, Holiday House
Tracy Clark, Hide, Amazon – Thomas & Mercer
Kate Collins, Gone But Not For Garden, Kensington
Elle Cosimano, Finlay Donovan Jumps the Gun, St. Martin’s Press
Maddie Day, Four Leaf Cleaver, Kensington
Tammy Euliano, Misfire, Oceanview Publishing
Carl Filbrich, What Falls Away, Level Best Books
Martha Freeman, Trashed!, Simon & Schuster – Paula Wiseman Books
Alan Gratz, Captain America: The Ghost Army, Scholastic – Graphix
Traci Hall, Murder at a Scottish Wedding, Kensington
Victoria Houston, Hidden in the Pines, Crooked Lane Books
Valona Jones, Snuffed Out, Crooked Lane Books
Michael Kaufman, The Last Resort, Crooked Lane Books
Lou Kemp, Music Shall Untune the Sky, 4 Horsemen Publications
Paul Levine, Early Grave, Herald Square
Katherine Marsh, The Lost Year, Roaring Brook
Alyssa Maxwell, A Fashionable Fatality, Kensington
Jenn McKinlay, Fatal Fascinator, Penguin Random House – Berkley
Brad Meltzer & Josh Mensch, The Nazi Conspiracy: The Secret Plot to Kill Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill, Flatiron Books
James Patterson & Mike Lupica, The House of Wolves, Hachette Book Group – Little, Brown
Thomas Perry, Murder Book, Mysterious Press
David Putnam, The Sinister, Oceanview Publishing
Laura Joh Rowland, River of Fallen Angels, Crooked Lane Books
Deborah Goodrich Royce, Reef Road, Post Hill Press
Mark Stevens, The Fireballer, Amazon – Lake Union
Jeri Westerson, Courting Dragons, Severn House
Darcie Wilde, The Secret of the Lost Pearls, Kensington
Michael Wiley, The Long Way Out, Severn House
Stacy Willingham, All the Dangerous Things, St. Martin’s Press
Lynn Chandler Willis, What the Monkey Saw, Level Best Books
Matt Witten, Killer Story, Oceanview Publishing
Iris Yamashita, City Under One Roof, Penguin Random House – Berkley

Short Stories

E.A. Aymar, “American Lovers,” EQMM
Terence Faherty, “The Reigate Squires,” EQMM
John M. Floyd, “Going the Distance,” AHMM
Jacqueline Freimor, “The Picardy Third,” EQMM
Steve Hockensmith, “The Grown-Up’s Table,” AHMM
Steve Hockensmith, “Can the Cat Catch the Rat?”, EQMM
Mark Jones, “Hell is Empty,” MEJ Books
Tom Larsen, “El Comandante y el Artista,” AHMM
Lou Manfredo, “Dissonance,” EQMM
Twist Phelan, “It’s a Small World (After All),” EQMM
Bill Pronzini, “Goodbye, Ms. Damico,” EQMM
Zandra Renwick, “American Night,” EQMM
S.J. Rozan (and John Shen Yen Nee), “The Killing of Henry Davenport,” EQMM
Gigi Vernon, “For All His Worth,” AHMM
Andrew Welsh-Huggins, “Ignatius Rum-and-Cola,” AHMM