New Mystery & Suspense Reads for Teens

Footprints by andy_5322I love a great mystery.  More than almost any other genre, I will pick up a mystery without hesitation.  If you’re a mystery-o-phile, like me, or you’d like to put your toe in the mystery waters, you might consider looking for one of these books that have just come out or are new to our shelves.  What do you recommend?

New Mystery & Suspense Reads for Teens

buried thunder bookjacket

shelter bookjacket

the way we fall bookjacket

croak bookjacket

devoted bookjacket

 

 

 

 

 

butterfly clues bookjacket

deadly cool bookjacket

the night she disappeared bookjacket

the traitor in the tunnel bookjacket

i hunt killers bookjacket

 

 

 

 

 

silence of murder bookjacket

fracture bookjacket

the vanishing game bookjacket

ripper

seizure bookjacket

 

 

 

 

 

two truths and a lie bookjacket

buried bookjacket

kill you at last bookjacket

book of blood and shadow bookjacket

breaking beautiful bookjacket

 

 

 

 

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I'm not generally a huge

I'm not generally a huge reader of mysteries (which is odd, because I watch tons of procedural crime shows), but, lately, I've been in the mood for them. What a timely (at least for me!) blog post! 

Recently I've read and loved I Hunt Killers, the newest Gallagher Girls Novel (Out of Sight, Out of Time by Ally Carter) and the newest Spellman Files books (The Trail of the Spellmans by Lisa Lutz). Next on my list: The Butterfly Clues

Thanks for the recommendations!

Thanks, Kimberly!  I've got I

Thanks, Kimberly!  I've got I Hunt Killers and the Butterfly Clues on my ever-overwhelming to-read pile.  And, of course, love the Gallagher Girls and the Spellman Files (which I never probably would've read if the first one hadn't been an Alex Award winner, and it's a good thing I did!).

"You think your pains and heartbreaks are unprecendented in the history of the world, but then you read." - James Baldwin