As always, hosted by the wonderful The Broke and the Bookish
1) Adnan's Story; I was absolutely fascinated by and hooked on the podcast, Serial, so this is a must-read for me.
2) A Study in Charlotte; I love all things Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, so a story starring their descendants, with female protagonists and murders taken straight from Sherlock Holmes' stories, is a combination I can't resist.
3) I Let You Go; This is billed as the next Gone Girl and Girl on the Train, two books I absolutely loved.
4) The Mystery of Hollow Places; This features a father who is a mystery writer, and a girl seeking answers about her own mysterious mother.
5) The May Queen Murders; This has a creepy town with strange rules, plus a highly intriguing cover, and a promised mystery with ties to the past.
6) Please Don't Tell; The cover grabbed me right away, with its tagline promising secrets from the past and mysteries in the present.
7) The Way I Used to Be; This is being billed as similar to Speak, which is one of my all-time favorite stories.
8) Tragedy Girl; This has one of my favorite tropes, secrets from the past, and characters who are not what they appear.
9) Shallow Graves; A girl who rises from her own grave, can hear others' murderous thoughts, and there's a strange cult involved? I'm in.
10) These Vicious Masks; This is being described as Jane Austen meets X-Men, which sounds like a wonderfully winning combination.