Lilah Love, FBI profiler, goes back to the Hamptons where she grew up privileged and entitled, to solve a series of murders. The two books must be read together due to a cliffhanger in the first of the books.
Chief Inspector Armand Gamache is visiting Paris to see family and have dinner with his elderly godfather, Stephen Horowitz, who is run down with a car while crossing the street. Gamache knows it isn't an accident and that opens up a dangerous suspenseful investigation.
Set in Denmark, this novel is fascinating, not only because of the unique culture, but also because Engberg tells an excellent story with building suspense throughout. You won't want to miss this book.
The fourth installment of the Butcher's Boy series is a bomb. It is essentially a laundry list of revenge and killing as mafia members try to kill Michael Schaeffer, who is a retired assassin. It also follows his history while being made into an assassin. There is no plot.
Jessica Shaw, a PI, gets a tip on a missing person who turns out to be her. She had been kidnapped 23 years prior after her mother's still unsolved murder. An old friend of her father's may hold the keys.
Alex and Milo are back in the 36th novel in the series where they are trying to solve a 30-year old murder with no clues. Most of the people they need to talk to are already dead, and it's interesting how they investigate the case and follow what they come up with.
James Cahill is the newest character in the Cahill series to be put into the spotlight. This is a well-written novel that has plenty of surprises and suspense. It can be read as a standalone novel if you haven't read the previous ones.
Anna is the target of Sophia Ivanov, the wife of a Russian mobster who was killed by Anna without Freddie's knowledge. Sophia tries her luck getting revenge, and Anna, Tanya, and Freddie are all in grave danger.