10 New Books Coming Out This Week
November 14

10 New Books Coming Out This Week

Another week, another batch of books for your TBR pile. Happy reading, folks.


David Peace, Tokyo Redux

“Another typically brilliant and idiosyncratic neo noir from one of our finest novelists. A murder mystery set in 1949 Japan during the US occupation it has all of Peace’s usual flair for language and characterization with an additional delicious layer of Pynchonesque baroque conspiracy. I loved it.”
–Adrian McKinty


Lyndsay Faye, The King of Infinite Space

“Shakespeare devotees will be impressed at the variations Faye introduces to the play’s plotline, and Faye’s considerable descriptive gifts are on ample display…Fans and newcomers alike will delight in Faye’s remarkable achievement.”
–Publishers Weekly


Ashley Winstead, In My Dreams I Hold a Knife

“[A] captivating debut…Winstead does an expert job keeping the reader guessing whodunit. Suspense fans will eagerly await her next.”
–Publishers Weekly


Audrey Keown, Dust to Dust
(Crooked Lane Books)

“The secret depths of Hotel 1911 finally reveal a glimpse of the hidden past an employee has been desperately seeking.”
–Kirkus Reviews


Michele Weinstat Miller, Gone By Morning
(Crooked Lane)

“Miller’s background as a lawyer in New York brings an authenticity to this intense, intricately plotted thriller. The politics and menacing atmosphere combine in a promising debut.”
–Library Journal (starred review)


Joy Fielding, Cul-de-Sac

“In the residents of an ordinary-looking cul-de-sac, [Joy] Fielding has created some of her strongest, most compelling characters . . . An outstanding thriller and a perfect beach read.”


Joanna Schaffhausen, Gone for Good

“[An] exceptional series launch…gripping. Excellent fair-play plotting, genuine surprises, and convincing characters make this a surefire winner. Mystery fans are in for a treat”
–Publishers Weekly


Benjamin T. Smith, The Dope

“[A] magisterial and immensely readable new history of the Mexican drug trade. … Drawing on a decade of research, Smith traces the roots of Mexico’s multiple drug wars from indigenous remedy to the solace of soldiers during the 1910-20 revolution, to the present day. His pacy narrative is true crime at its historical best, replete with all the larger-than-life characters and thrills and spills of a Netflix narco drama.”
–Jude Webber, Financial Times


Mitzi Szereto, The Best New True Crime Stories: Crimes of Passion, Obsession, and Revenge
(Mango Press)

“True crime fans hungering for juicy tales of hot-blooded murder will gobble up the offerings in this irresistibly page-turning collection.”
–Harold Schechter


Seraphina Glass Nova, Such a Good Wife
(Graydon House)

“[An] uplifting but never saccharine psychological thriller… The pleasure of this book comes from seeing [the protagonist] morph from mildly depressed suburban housewife into a woman who’s unafraid of fighting fire with fire. Glass remains a writer to watch.”
–Publishers Weekly