Uncover the Truth With These New Mystery Series

If you love uncovering clues and solving mysteries, we have some amazing new mysteries for you get caught up in! From reimagining Shakespearean plays to spooky bookstores, you’ll be cracking cases all year long.

A Daughter of Fair Verona by Christina Dodd

Knives Out meets Bridgerton in Fair Verona, as New York Times bestselling author Christina Dodd kicks off a frothy, irreverent, witty new series with an irresistible premise—told from the delightfully engaging point of view of Romeo and Juliet’s clever, rebellious, fiercely independent daughter, Rosie Montague.

Under the Paper Moon by Shaina Steinberg

Kate Quinn’s The Rose Code meets Mr. and Mrs. Smith in this intrigue-filled debut, as two former spies who shared more than just missions during WWII reunite in 1948 Los Angeles. Can they let go of heartbreak long enough to team up for one last operation in this tightly-plotted, emotionally rich postwar mystery?

Murder Marks the Page by Karen Rose Smith

In the first of a charming new series spin-off of Karen Rose Smith’s Daisy’s Tea Garden Mysteries, Daisy’s daughter Jazzi Swanson has opened her own tea and book shop, providing a variety of literature and flavored beverages for a rural New York community. But Jazzi hasn’t just inherited her mother’s gift for brewing tasty drinks–she also has a nose for sniffing out murder…

To Slip the Bonds of Earth by Amanda Flower

While not as famous as her older siblings Wilbur and Orville, the celebrated inventors of flight, Katharine Wright is equally inventive – especially when it comes to solving crimes – in USA Today bestselling author Amanda Flower’s radiant new historical mystery series inspired by the real sister of the Wright Brothers.

The Busy Body by Kemper Donovan

Fans of Veep and readers of Richard Osman, Anthony Horowitz, and Nita Prose will love this intelligent, wildly funny, literary mystery from the host of the “All About Agatha” podcast as a ghostwriter is chosen to collaborate on a presidential candidate’s memoir, only to end up as a prime suspect in a twisted murder investigation.

Murder by Lamplight by Patrice McDonough

As a deadly cholera pandemic burns its way through Victorian London in the winter of 1866, a trailblazing female physician and a skeptical Scotland Yard detective reluctantly team up to stop a sadistic killer in this dark, atmospheric, historically rich mystery.

A Deadly Walk in Devon by Nicholas George

For fans of M.C. Beaton, Martha Grimes, and Alexander McCall Smith, the first in a charming new mystery series set in the English countryside, as a retired San Diego police detective embarks upon group walking tours in England’s most scenic counties.

A Cyclist’s Guide to Crime and Croissants by Ann Claire

Vicariously tour the sundrenched Mediterranean Coast in this perfectly escapist new cozy mystery series starring American expat-turned-bike tour company owner in Southern France.

A Pose Before Dying by Alex Erickson

From the bestselling author of the Bookshop Cafe Mysteries, the first in an exciting new series featuring a young female entrepreneur who’s just opened her dream business – a yoga studio filled with adorable, adoptable cats! If only helping humans fund balance and felines find homes didn’t also require she investigate the purrfect murder.

Puzzle Me a Murder by Roz Noonan

The Golden Girls meets puzzle lovers in New York Times bestselling author Roz Noonan’s first Pacific Northwest-set Alice Pepper Lonely Hearts Puzzle Club Mystery!

Murder in Highbury by Vanessa Kelly

First in a captivating new series, Jane Austen’s Emma Knightley entertains a different role in Highbury—going from clever matchmaker to Regency England’s shrewdest sleuth.

Chaos at the Lazy Bones Bookshop by Emmeline Duncan

The first in a new Pacific Northwest-set mystery series inspired by the real Halloweentown! Bailey Briggs adores her year-round Halloween-themed town of Elyan Hollow, Oregon. But when she takes over her grandfather’s beloved bookshop, Lazy Bones Books, she accidentally discovers the town’s secret dark side