Upcoming Crime Picks

J. Kingston Pierce, over at The Rap Sheet wrote a fantastic post about recent/upcoming Crime Fiction to be on the look out for. Here's a spotlight on SOME of the picks:

SEPTEMBER (U.S. releases):
 James R. Benn, Rag and Bone (Soho Press, Sept. 1, 2010) 320 pages
 Hilary Davidson, The Damage Done (Forge Books, Sept. 28, 2010) 352 pages; author's debut novel
William Gibson, Zero History (Putnam Adult, Sept. 7, 2010) 416 pages
 Arnaldur Indridason, Hypothermia (Minotaur Books, Sept. 14, 2010) 320 pages
 D.E. Johnson, The Detroit Electric Scheme (Minotaur Books, Sept. 14, 2010) 320 pages; author's debut novel

SEPTEMBER (UK releases):
• Boris Akunin, He Lover of Death (Weidenfield & Nicolson)
• R.J. Ellory, Saints of New York (Orion)
 Adrian Magson, Death on the Marais (Allison & Busby)
 Anne Perry, Betrayal at Lisson Grove (Headline)
 Laura Wilson, A Capital Crime (Quercus)
OCTOBER (U.S. releases):
 Michael Ayoob, In Search of Mercy (Minotaur)
 Michael Connelly, The Reversal (Little, Brown)
 Tom Franklin, Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter (Morrow)
John le Carré, Our Kind of Traitor (Viking)
 Elmore Leonard, Djibouti (Morrow)
 Stuart Neville, Collusion (Soho Crime)
 Robert B. Parker, Painted Ladies (Putnam)

OCTOBER (UK releases):
 Colin Bateman, Dr. Yes (Headline)
 Gyles Brandreth, Oscar Wilde and the Nest of Vipers (John Murray)
 Arnaldur Indridason, Operation Napoleon (Harvill Secker)
 Philip Kerr, Field Grey (Quercus)

NOVEMBER (U.S. releases):
 Henry Chang, Red Jade (Soho Crime, Nov. 1, 2010)
 Charles Finch, A Stranger in Mayfair (Minotaur, Nov. 9, 2010) 320 pages;  fourth in the series.
 Dennis Lehane, Moonlight Mile (Morrow, Nov. 2, 2010)
 Michael Pearce, A Dead Man in Malta
(Soho Constable, Nov. 1, 2010)

NOVEMBER (UK releases):
 Graham Hurley, Borrowed Light (Orion, Nov. 25, 2010)
 Maxim Jakubowski, I Was Waiting for You (Accent Press, Nov. 1, 2010)
 Eoin McNamee, Orchid Blue (Faber and Faber, Nov. 4, 2010)

DECEMBER + (U.S. releases):
 Loren D. Estleman, The Left-Handed Dollar (Forge, Dec. 7, 2010)
 Stephen Hunter, Dead Zero (Simon & Schuster, Dec. 28, 2010)
 Graham Moore, The Sherlockian (Twelve, Dec. 1, 2010) author's debut novel
 Bernhard Schlink, The Gordian Knot (Vintage, Dec. 7, 2010)
 Charles Todd, A Lonely Death (Morrow, Jan 4, 2011)

DECEMBER + (UK releases):
 Bill James, I Am Gold (Constable Crime, Jan. 1, 2011)
 Patrick Lennon, Fixer (Hodder & Stoughton, Dec. 9, 2010)

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