11 New Best Mystery Books Update 05/2022

New Best Mystery Books

Is there anything you want to read about in 2022 that you haven’t read yet? This year, there are going to be 15 new mystery books that you should check out. Some of the best mysteries of the year are in 2022, and these are some of the best of the year. Books that are sequels to cozy mystery series bring you even closer to the people and stories you already love. They’re not the only ones. Many unique mysteries are coming out this year that will be very different from anything else you’ve read before. And for the young adult book reader, you’ve guessed. People who read young adult mystery novels this year will also enjoy some great books this year as well.

So, mystery book fans, you know what to do now, do you? People who are good at finding things need to put on their investigative hats and get ready to show off their clue-finding skills now. There are going to be a lot of new mystery books in your TBR pile. They’re going to make you laugh or think, and some of them might even make you a little shaky. If you want to get your hands on some of these right now, there’s no need to wait. Let’s read.

The Best New Mystery Books of 2022

The Maid by Nita Prose

The Maid by Nita Prose

If you read a mystery book in 2022, The Maid is going to be one of the best ones. It’s already out. This book is about Molly Gray, who isn’t very good at reading social cues. This book is about Molly Gray. In times when she didn’t know what to do, she used to have her gran to lean on. But now Gran is dead, and Molly has to figure out how to get around on her own. The hotel maid Molly works at doesn’t know what else to do with herself. After all, it’s a job that fits her well. She likes to clean, and when she cleans every single room in the Regency Grand Hotel, Molly is filled with happiness. There is a dead body in one of the rooms. Then, out of nowhere, the hotel turns into the site of a major murder investigation. Molly is now the main suspect.

Find Me by Alafair Burke

Hope Miller isn’t sure who she is. She doesn’t even know who she is. Fifteen years ago, Hope was thrown from an overturned car, and she hasn’t been able to remember anything since. She thinks the worst when Hope doesn’t come home. For example, if the only clue is a drop of blood that matches a DNA sample that has a connection to one of the most well-known killers in Kansas and is found where Hope was last seen. Lindsay wants to find her friend, so she asks NYPD Homicide detective Ellie Hatcher, whose father spent his life hunting the killer who killed her friend in Kansas. Together, these women will find out about their past.

The Last House on the Street by Diane Chamberlain

There are a lot of historical mysteries out there, but if you like reading them, this one is a must-read. Husband Kayla Carter died while they were building their dream home in Shadow Ridge Estates, a new neighborhood in Round Hill, North Carolina. Now, a woman who is older is telling Kayla not to move in because of the noise. What’s going on in this area? And could the house at the end of the street be the key to the neighbors’ secrets and the death of Kayla’s husband?

Hot and Sour Suspects by Vivien Chien (January 25)

As the title says, “Hot and Sour Suspects” is Vivien Chien’s next book in her Noodle Shop cozy mystery series. It’s time for Lana Lee to come back. This time, she’s helping her best friend, Megan Riley, run a speed dating contest at Ho-Lee Noodle House. Everything goes better than Lana could have imagined. That is, until one of the people who were dating called to say that Lana’s match had been killed. It turns out that when Lana looks into the murdered man’s past, she finds out that he had a complicated past and that many people would have had a reason to kill him. Lana wants to solve the case before it’s too late, but can she?

The Violin Conspiracy by Brendan Slocumb (February 1)

The Violin Conspiracy by Brendan Slocumb

The Violin Conspiracy is a great mystery book for people who love music. This is the story of Ray McMillian, who wants to be a professional musician. He will do everything he can to get there. When Ray is getting ready for the international Tchaikovsky Competition, his prized violin, which is a family heirloom, is stolen. And now there’s a lot of disagreement about who owns the violin in the first place. Is it Ray’s family, or the family that Ray’s great-grandfather was forced to work for? And will Ray ever be able to play again?

The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley (February 22)

Love a mystery with a lot of people who could be the killer? There is a book that you should look at by Lucy Foley called “The Paris Apartment.” Even though her half-brother Ben didn’t seem too happy to have Jess stay with him, Jess went to Paris to start over. Jess, on the other hand, is surprised to find that Ben’s apartment is better than anything she thought he could afford when she goes to Paris. He’s also not there. Jess starts to look into Ben’s situation in Paris, where he lives, how he lives, and where he could be.

The Verifiers by Jane Pek (February 22)

Jane Pek’s first book, The Verifiers, introduces Claudia Lin, an amateur sleuth. Claudia is a fan of mystery novels, wrote her senior thesis about Jane Austen, and thinks she has the perfect job. She has just been hired by Veracity, a referral-only online dating detective service. As a result, Claudia has to break the rules when one of her agency’s clients goes missing. Claudia has to go into the secret world of people’s online lives and corporate deceit.

The Paradox Hotel by Rob Hart (February 22)

The Paradox Hotel by Rob Hart

A hotel called the Paradox Hotel is where rich people stay while they wait for their “flights” into the past. January Cole is the head of security at this hotel. The hotel is near a time port. Because of the snow, no one is going on their trips to the past any time soon, and everyone is stuck in hotel. January thinks there’s a murderer on the loose, which makes things even worse. It’s the only thing. It’s January who can see the body.

Homicide and Halo-Halo by Mia P. Manansala (March 8)

It was a great show in 2020. You can get Homicide and Halo-Halo, which is the next book in the series, at this link. As you read this book, Lila Macapagal’s town of Shady Palms is bringing back the Miss Teen Shady Palms Beauty Pageant. This was a title Lila won a long time ago. There was a pageant, and one of the judges was killed. Lila’s cousin (and rival) is the main suspect. So now, the two cousins have to work together to solve this case, because one of them could be next.

Like A Sister by Kellye Garrett (March 8)

Desiree Pierce’s body is found on a playground in the Bronx the morning after her 25th birthday party. There are a lot of people who say that Desiree’s sister, Lena Scott, died from an overdose. This can’t be true. Even though Lena hasn’t talked to her sister in years, she wants to know what happened to Desiree. To get justice for her sister, as well as to help her.

Burn Down, Rise Up by Vincent Tirado (April 3)

It’s a young adult book about a group of friends who want to save their city. A lot of people have been going missing in the Bronx, and no one can figure out why. At first, 16-year-old Raquel tries to not notice. Finally, police only look for missing white kids. This is why. That’s not the only bad thing that happens to Charlize. Raquel’s mother has a mysterious illness that may be linked to Charlize’s cousin going missing and Raquel’s mother. To solve the mysterious disappearances of the people and city that Raquel and Charlize care about, Raquel and Charlize work together. They find that all of these disappearances may be linked to an urban legend called the Echo Game.

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