Anthony Horowitz’s Magpie Murders (Harper Collins, $27.99) is perhaps the cleverest mystery I’ve ever read. Susan Ryeland is an editor of a London publishing house whose best source of profit is the mystery writer Alan Conway. After he submits his latest...
Pam Jenoff has published another historical thriller/mystery, Lost Girls of Paris (Park Row Books, $16.99). The book opens in 1946 with a still grieving woman over the loss of her fiancé, Grace finding a suitcase at Grand Central Station lying unclaimed under a...
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