Little, Brown, $26
After teenage girls in a buttoned-up New England town fall victim to a mysterious illness, paranoia spreads in this psychological thriller.
Simon & Schuster, $25.99
Suspense author Cain introduces a tough new hero: Kick Lannigan, a young woman kidnapped and rescued years ago, who now searches for abducted child.
Five Minutes Alone
In the seventh installment in the “Christchurch Noir” series, a New Zealand detective searches for a man who’s helping rape victims kill their attackers.
The Wolf in Winter
Private investigator Charlie Parker goes up against an entire Maine town intent on hiding some dark secrets.
The Secret Place
In the Irish author’s fifth thriller, two Dublin detectives investigate a popular teenage boy’s murder at a posh girls’ boarding school.
The Golem of Hollywood
Father and son authors team on this novel featuring an L.A. serial killer, a burnt-out detective and Jewish mythology.
The Good Girl
In this debut thriller narrated from multiple perspectives, a young art teacher's one-night stand turns into a failed abduction.
A young food-stand owner in Tapei investigates the murder of his high school girlfriend, whom he hadn’t seen in seven years.
After I’m Gone
William Morrow, $14.99
A retired Baltimore cop tries to solve the 10-year-old murder of a gambling boss’ mistress, in a novel inspired by a real-life Baltimore cold case.
The Skeleton Road
Atlantic Monthly Press, $25
A skeleton is found in an old Edinburgh school building, leading police to look into the case of a long-missing Croatian soldier.
Last Winter, We Parted
A formally inventive, darkly disturbing novel about the psychology of a murderer, translated from Japanese.