Karin Slaughter, Karen Rose need something new - please recommend

(23 Posts)
sanityseeker75 Fri 17-Jan-14 11:32:42

I love the above and also Martina Cole and Rachel Caine but could do with a new series to start reading. Have also recently read the beautiful Creatures and Mortal Instruments books and did like them but now I am running out of ideas on where to go next.

Anyone got any suggestions?

Thanks

eastfield10 Fri 17-Jan-14 15:41:08

Hi

I've just finished the first book in a series by Katia Lief which reminded me a little of Karen Rose's style. The name of the first book is "You are Next".

Also, Lisa Gardner, Tess Gerritsen and Richard Montanari might be worth a look.

sanityseeker75 Fri 17-Jan-14 15:55:46

Just ordered the Katia Lief ones - they look like my sort of read - thanks

TeaCupCrazy Mon 20-Jan-14 15:38:50

I will also highly recommend Lisa Gardner. Chelsea Cain is good - twisted but a good scary read.

Ive read all Karen Rose and Karin Slaughter now so I just eagerly await for the new ones coming out.

snozzlemaid Mon 20-Jan-14 15:51:02

Mo Hayder?
Birdman is the first one.

sanityseeker75 Fri 24-Jan-14 16:35:00

Thanks everyone - I will give them a go. I hate running out of books to read and I'm sure the bloke in Waterstones thinks I am a bit of a weirdo when I go and ask grin

JazzTheDog Fri 24-Jan-14 16:37:06

Have you read any Stuart MacBride? His books are crime thrillers, there's a series starting Logan Macrae and a couple of stand alone books.

I love them, mostly because they're set locally to me so I can picture the places in them exactly but they are excellent books.

looselegs Sun 26-Jan-14 15:29:17

Love Tim Weaver..
Vanished was great,as was Chasing the Dead

chirpchirp Fri 07-Feb-14 15:49:39

Lin Anderson's Rhona McLeod series. Think the first one is Driftnet. Her wiki page suggests that these are being made into a TV series too.

Loolah Sun 09-Feb-14 22:29:20

If you like Martina Cole, Jessie Keane and some of Kimberly Chambers are similar

Cocolepew Sun 09-Feb-14 22:40:23

Alafair Burke writes about a NYPD female detective, she's very readable.
Chelsea Cains last book didn't get a British publusher,I was well pissed off.

mrssmith79 Sun 09-Feb-14 22:46:23

Beverley Barton.

DipDabDabDip Sun 09-Feb-14 22:47:34

Patricia cornwell are a decent read.

Cocolepew Sun 09-Feb-14 22:51:12

Only early Patricia Cornwall, before she disappeared up her own arse grin.
Some Lynda La Plant are good and Val Mcdermid.

MrsBungle Sun 09-Feb-14 22:53:47

Agree re early Patricia Cornwall.

MR hall - jenny cooper series is good
Kerry wilkinson - Jessica Daniel series is alright too
Lee child - jack reacher series

Floggingmolly Sun 09-Feb-14 22:57:32

Tess Gerritsen?

bookishandblondish Sun 09-Feb-14 23:00:39

Kathryn Fox is good

irishe Sun 09-Feb-14 23:11:05

I like author mark billingham's detective Thorne series, uk based. The first one is sleepyhead, think there are 11 in total, so would keep you going a while.

Hiphopopotamus Sun 09-Feb-14 23:17:16

Definitely Tess Gerritsen - read from 'The Surgeon' onwards. They are great reads.

Also, maybe Lisa Gardner?

FarelyKnuts Sun 09-Feb-14 23:17:28

Tami Hoag is worth a read as well.

tiredandsadmum Sun 09-Feb-14 23:43:33

I like Jeffrey Deaver: Lincoln Rhyme

Also for light relief - JD Robb - Death series with Lt Eve Dallas

Also PJ Tracy

TeaCupCrazy Thu 13-Feb-14 14:39:08

Coco ive pre ordered the latest Chelsea Cain (Archie & Gretchen series) on Amazon with a Nov release date! I was actually thinking of ordering it from an American bookstore and having it shipped....I'm so desperate to read it.

Cocolepew Thu 13-Feb-14 22:29:43

Thank you Teacup! I'm off to have a look.

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