Tuesday, January 25, 2011

PW's Top 10 Spring Mysteries & Thrillers

Publisher's Weekly Top 10 Spring Mysteries & Thrillers

The Troubled Man by Henning Mankell. Knopf, March..
The Trinity Six by Charles Cumming. St. Martin's, March.
The Devotion of Suspect X by Keigo Higshino. Minotaur, February.
The Informationist by Taylor Stevens. Crown, March.
Guilt by Association by Marcia Clark. Mulholland, April.
Red on Red by Edward Conlon. Spiegal & Grau, April.
The Night Season by Chelsea Cain. Minotaur, March.
The Fifth Witness by Michael Connelly. Little, Brown, April.
The Fire of the Gods by I.J. Parker. Severn, March.
Killed at the Whim of a Hat by Colin Cotterill. Minotaur, July.

(although technically the Cotterill is a Summer publication!)

Read the rest of the lists (other subjects) and comments by Peter Cannon on the mystery/thriller category (scroll down) HERE.

5 comments:

Marlyn said...

Wow. I read a LOT of mysteries, but I haven't read a single one of these.

Janet Rudolph said...

Marlyn, they're not out yet, but they're great to look forward to, especially the Connelly...

kathy d. said...

Wow, what a list! I can't wait for reviews and comments here and about the blogosphere.

By the way, did you write a letter to the Times about parenting recently? Whoever did wrote a terrific letter I wanted to cut out and keep about what it's all about, the heart of what parenting should be...a rational and loving regard for one's children and wish for their happiness and ability to take care of themselves, support for and encouragement of autonomy.

Janet Rudolph said...

I didn't write the letter to the Times. Very topical right now, as it should be, though.

Priscilla said...

Goody! Some real treats in store. IJ Parker is a favorite with her nods to Judge Dee. Although I am not a fan of the suprenatural, Cotterill does it well and his Laos is fascinating. Cumming is a new find for me. Good story-telling. The famous, Connelly and Mankell, of course. With this bunch as hints of the remaining quality, I'm excited!