Four tantalizing new mysteries to keep you inside this winter
Mysteries up and down the East Coast: an unexpected Russian spy in D.C., drifters in Delaware, a magical survivor in the Adirondacks, and best friends in New York City bound by lies. Novelist Charles Finch takes you through some of the most intriguing suspense fiction of the season.
By Laura Lippman
William Morrow, 304 pp.
★★★½ out of four
It was a little easier to keep secrets in 1995. When two good-looking strangers arrive separately in a tiny Delaware town that summer in Laura Lippman’s seductive and gripping new novel Sunburn, everyone wonders who they are, but nobody can pop... read more
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