November 2021 Newsletter

Enjoy new mysteries and thrillers in November!

November—a beautiful holiday to share with family and friends and an excellent chance to relax with a good book. And Oceanview has the books. Check out these November new releases and dive into a new story.

 

New in hardcover and ebook!

Murder at Greysbridge by Andrea Carter

Perfect for fans of Louise Penny, Lisa Gardner—and, of course, Agatha Christie

Solicitor Benedicta (Ben) O’Keeffe finds herself embroiled in a real country-house-murder-mystery, where wedding guests are suspects, and a deadly conspiracy unfolds.

“Carter weaves the colorful threads of this manor house mystery and its complex subplots into a metaphoric fine Irish kilt.” —Bookreporter

 

Last Redemption by Matt Coyle

Perfect for fans of Michael Connelly and John Sandford

When Rick Cahill’s best friend Moira asks him to spy on her son, Luke—who’s broken a restraining order—a simple surveillance explodes into greed, deceit, and murder.

*”Contemporary hard-boiled PI novels don’t get any better than this.” —Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)

 

Now in paperback!

Blind Vigil by Matt Coyle

Blindness will not stop Rick Cahill when his friend’s freedom is at stake

Former private investigator Rick Cahill agrees to help on a simple case that involves his onetime best friend. The case turns deadly—Rick is forced to confront his own capabilities and a shadowy killer who lurks in the darkness.

“A tense, fast-paced, hard-boiled mystery” —ABC News

 

The Reflecting Pool by Otho Eskin

Perfect for fans of Baldacci

Marko Zorn investigates the murder of a Secret Service agent despite the dark forces in the U.S. government who try to stop him. Zorn uncovers the connection between the murder, a plan to assassinate the president, and a White House love affair that goes fatally wrong.

“Readers will look forward to seeing more of Zorn . . . Eskin is off to a good start.” —Publishers Weekly

 

New in audiobook!

Shadow Music by Helaine Mario

Perfect for fans of Sandra Brown and Iris Johansen

Music, art, and war collide—Maggie O’Shea is trapped in the middle

“Gripping, intense and lyrical, this is a heartbreaking journey wrapped in a page-turning mystery.” —Hank Phillippi Ryan, USA Today best-selling author

 

The OC by D. P. Lyle

Perfect for fans of Carl Hiaasen and Janet Evanovich

A psycho happened on the way to Hollywood

“Snappy patter lifts this bright look at a dark subject. Lyle should win new fans with this one” —Publishers Weekly