March Upcoming Mysteries and Thrillers

Wondering what to read next month? We have a full release schedule of gripping thrillers and page-turning mysteries you won’t want to miss.

Detective Michael Kelly returns in Brian Shea’s Cold Hard Truth, Private Investigator Jim Bean goes treasure hunting in J.D. Allen’s Bricks and Bones, travel back to the early 1900s San Francisco to hunt down a serial killer in the re-release of Anthony Flacco’s The Last Nightingale, and more.

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March 1: Cold Hard Truth by Brian Shea

The son of Boston Police Chief Tom Ryan goes missing on a harbor cruise. As the suspicious circumstances around his disappearance take shape, Detective Michael Kelly soon finds this case has startling implications that hit home, both personally and professionally.


March 8: Unforgivable Acts by Laura Snider

Nobody is surprised when a fire erupts on a property owned by Frank Vinny, who’s been using the wooded lot for the highly flammable process of meth manufacturing—until two bodies are pulled from the wreckage.


March 15: The Last Nightingale by Anthony Flacco

Nail-biting suspense and dazzling historical detail collide in this story of a bloodthirsty serial killer and the family he destroyed, set in San Francisco during the Great Earthquake.


March 22: Countdown by Carolyn Ridder Aspenson

When a prominent surgeon and his wife are found dead in small-town Georgia, Detective Rachel Ryder and her partner Rob Bishop are first on the scene. But while the detectives have solved many tough cases in the past, they’ve never seen anything like this one.


March 29: Bricks and Bones by J.D. Allen

When a mobster’s buried treasure inspires a series of violent crimes, private investigator Jim Bean will risk his life to solve his deadliest case yet.

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