40 Trending Thriller and Mystery Books of 2024 So Far

The year 2024 has barely begun, but the literary world is already abuzz with excitement over the latest crop of thriller and mystery books. From twisted tales of love and betrayal to pulse-pounding adventures that keep you guessing until the very end, these new releases are sure to satisfy your craving for suspense and intrigue. Whether you’re a fan of psychological thrillers or detective dramas, there’s something for everyone in this roundup of trending new mystery books.

40 Most Popular Mystery Books Right Now

Vacation Mysteries

The Fury by Alex Michaelides


Get ready for a thrilling and twisted tale of love, betrayal, and murder in the latest release from [Author]. When Lana Farrar, a reclusive ex-movie star, invites her closest friends to spend Easter on her private Greek island, things take a deadly turn. Trapped on the island overnight, old friendships are tested and secrets are revealed, leading to a game of cat and mouse that ends in violence and death. Narrator Elliot Chase guides readers through the twists and turns of this unforgettable story. With its unique blend of love, revenge, and murder, this book is sure to be a hit among fans of thrillers and mysteries. Don’t miss out on this gripping read.

The Chateau by Jaclyn Goldis

Experience the beauty and intrigue of Provence in this gripping mystery novel, where a group of four friends are invited to the Lady of the Chateau’s grand estate for a reunion twenty years in the making. Amidst the idyllic setting of winery tours, market visits, and lavish dinners, secrets and tensions begin to surface, culminating in a brutal murder that shakes the foundation of their relationships. As a sinister Instagram account threatens to expose their darkest moments, the friends must navigate the treacherous landscape of their own friendships and uncover the truth behind Séraphine’s demise. Get ready for a thrilling ride filled with twists and turns in this must-read mystery of 2024.

Bad Summer People by Emma Rosenblum

Looking for a thrilling and stylish read that will keep you guessing? Look no further than “Bad Summer People”, the latest release from Emma Rosenblum. Set in the picturesque town of Salcombe, Fire Island, this darkly comedic mystery follows a group of wealthy socialites as they navigate their way through a summer of secrets, scandals, and murder.

Every Time I Go on Vacation, Someone Dies (The Vacation Mysteries, #1) by Catherine Mack

Get ready for a thrilling and hilarious ride with Catherine Mack’s debut novel, “Every Time I Go on Vacation, Someone Dies”. Bestselling author Eleanor Dash is on a book tour in Italy, hoping to promote her latest release and maybe even kill off her main character, Connor Smith, in the next installment of her Vacation Mysteries series. But when a real-life attempt is made on Connor’s life, Eleanor finds herself caught up in a murder investigation.

The Midnight Feast by Lucy Foley

“The Midnight Feast” by Lucy Foley is a tantalizing locked room murder mystery set at a luxury resort, The Manor, built on top of ancient secrets in the woods. The story unfolds during the opening weekend, where a diverse cast of characters, including the founder, lover, mystery guest, kitchen help, and detective, all gather with their own motives and pasts. But as the night wears on, tensions rise and bodies drop, leaving the remaining guests scrambling to figure out who among them is the killer. If you enjoyed Foley’s previous works, such as “The Guest List” and “The Paris Apartment,” you won’t want to miss this latest installment in her collection of twisty, page-turning thrillers.

Bad Tourists by Caro Carver

“Bad Tourists” by Caro Carver is a mystery novel that follows three close friends on a lavish divorce trip to the Maldives. Darcy, Camilla, and Kate are eager to unwind and celebrate a new chapter in their lives, but their dream vacation quickly turns deadly when they discover a body on the beach. As they try to uncover the truth behind the murder, they realize that their exclusive resort is harboring a killer. With secrets and lies threatening to tear their friendship apart, the women must work together to survive and solve the crime. This propulsive and dark tale is a must-read for fans of female-led thrillers and tropical murder mysteries.

Travel Murder Mystery Books

The Main Character by Jaclyn Goldis

“The Main Character” by Jaclyn Goldis is a captivating mystery that follows reclusive author Ginevra Ex’s unique approach to writing her bestselling thrillers. Ginevra invites real people to join her on a luxurious trip along Italy’s Mediterranean coast, only to find themselves trapped in a twisted game of cat and mouse. As the train makes its way from Cinque Terre to Rome to Positano, tensions rise and secrets are revealed, leading Rory, the main character, to fear that the trip will end in tragedy. With echoes of Agatha Christie’s “Murder on the Orient Express,” this mystery keeps readers guessing until the very end. Perfect for fans of Ruth Ware, Lucy Foley, and Paula Hawkins.

The Trap by Catherine Ryan Howard

“The Trap” by Catherine Ryan Howard is a gripping mystery that follows the unsolved disappearances of several young women in Ireland during the 1990s. When Lucy’s sister, Nicki, goes missing without a trace, she becomes determined to uncover the truth behind her disappearance.

Teaming up with Angela, a civilian worker in the Missing Persons Unit, they embark on a dangerous quest to bring the faceless killer to justice. As they dig deeper, they uncover a web of secrets and lies that threaten to destroy everything they hold dear. Meanwhile, a mysterious figure is watching their every move, ready to strike when they get too close to the truth. Will Lucy and Angela be able to solve the case before it’s too late?

Not So Perfect Strangers by L.S. Stratton

In this pulse-pounding mystery novel, two women from vastly different worlds are brought together by chance and necessity. Tasha Jenkins, a black woman fleeing her abusive husband, and Madison Gingell, a white woman escaping her own troubled marriage, form an unlikely bond that quickly turns deadly. Their paths collide in a desperate bid for freedom, but their differing perspectives on race and gender politics threaten to tear them apart.

As they navigate their way through a web of deceit and violence, the truth becomes increasingly obscure, and the line between victim and perpetrator blurs. Will they find a way to overcome their differences and survive, or will their entanglement prove fatal? L.S. Stratton’s latest page-turner is a modern spin on Alfred Hitchcock’s classic Strangers on a Train, with a twist that will keep you guessing until the very end.

Everyone on This Train Is a Suspect by Benjamin Stevenson

“Everyone on This Train Is a Suspect” by Benjamin Stevenson is a thrilling mystery that unfolds aboard the iconic train journey between Darwin and Adelaide. When six crime writers, including a debut author, come together for a festival, they expect to share their knowledge and expertise in the genre. However, things take a deadly turn when one of them is found murdered, and the remaining authors must put their skills to the test to solve the crime.

With a unique premise and a cast of potential killers, this book promises to keep readers on the edge of their seats. As the five detectives work together to unravel the mystery, they discover that the line between fiction and reality is thin, and the truth is far more sinister than they ever imagined. Will they be able to catch the killer before it’s too late? Find out in this gripping thriller that’s sure to be one of the trending new releases of 2024.

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Mystery Books on campus life

The Teacher by Freida McFadden


“The Silent Student” by Freida McFadden is a gripping thriller that delves into the dark secrets and twisted lies that can destroy lives. Eve, a math teacher at Caseham High, thinks she has a good life, but when a student-teacher affair rocks the school, she discovers that nothing is as it seems. Addie, the student at the center of the scandal, is shrouded in mystery, and Eve becomes obsessed with uncovering the truth behind her lies. As secrets unfold and revenge takes center stage, this tale of twisted motivations and deceit will keep you on the edge of your seat. With its unexpected twists and turns, “The Silent Student” is a must-read for fans of psychological thrillers.

Only If You’re Lucky by Stacy Willingham

“Only If You’re Lucky” by Stacy Willingham is a psycho-thrilling novel that dives deep into the intricacies of female friendships and the blurred lines of loyalty, envy, and betrayal. Margot, a shy and reserved college student, finds herself living with three opposite but deeply intertwined girls, including Lucy, the magnetic and bold ringleader, Sloane, the sarcastic one, and Nicole, the nice one. As they navigate their sophomore year, tensions rise and loyalties are tested when one of the fraternity boys from the house next door is brutally murdered and Lucy goes missing without a trace.

I Have Some Questions for You by Rebecca Makkai

Rebecca Makkai’s latest novel, I Have Some Questions for You, is a gripping thriller that delves deep into the past and the power of collective memory. When film professor and podcaster Bodie Kane returns to her alma mater, the Granby School, to teach a course, she becomes obsessed with solving the murder of her former roommate, Thalia Keith, which took place during their senior year.

As Bodie digs deeper, she begins to question whether the real killer was truly brought to justice and whether she may have played a role in the events of that fateful night. With a cast of memorable characters and a mystery that keeps readers guessing until the very end, I Have Some Questions for You is a must-read for fans of thrillers and mysteries alike.

True Crime Mysteries

Past Crimes by Jason Pinter

Past Crimes, a gripping and timely thriller, delves into the dark side of our obsession with true crime and the virtual world. In 2037, nearly all human interactions have migrated online, and the multibillion-dollar criminal entertainment industry thrives on simulated crimes and real-life tragedies. Cassie West, a licensee for V.I.C.E., is at the center of it all, convincing grieving families to sell their stories to the highest bidder.

But when her husband goes missing and emergency drones swarm their home, Cassie finds herself in a desperate fight for survival in both the physical and virtual worlds. As she searches for the truth, she uncovers a sinister plot that could claim countless lives. With its breakneck pace, biting satire, and eerie vision of a possible future, Past Crimes is a must-read for fans of thrillers and mysteries.

Listen for the Lie by Amy Tintera

Lucy, a young woman with a troubled past, is forced to confront her darkest fears when a popular true-crime podcast decides to investigate the murder of her best friend, Savvy. Years ago, Lucy was found wandering the streets, covered in Savvy’s blood, leading everyone to believe she was the killer. But the truth is far more complicated, and Lucy is determined to uncover it, even if it means returning to the small Texas town she vowed never to set foot in again.

With the help of the podcast’s charismatic host, Ben Owens, Lucy embarks on a dangerous journey to uncover the truth behind Savvy’s murder and the secrets that have haunted her for years. Will she be able to uncover the truth, or will it remain hidden forever? Find out in this gripping page-turner that’s sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.

Everyone Who Can Forgive Me Is Dead by Jenny Hollander


In this gripping thriller, Charlie Colbert, a successful magazine editor, is forced to confront her dark past when a movie based on her experiences at an elite graduate school threatens to expose her carefully constructed life. Nine years ago, Charlie was a witness to a horrific event known as Scarlet Christmas, and she spent years trying to move on and protect her privacy.

But when the film sparks renewed interest in the case, Charlie’s perfectly crafted life starts to unravel. As she struggles to maintain control, Charlie must decide how far she’s willing to go to keep her secrets safe and her future secure. With its sharp writing and captivating plot, this book is a must-read for fans of psychological thrillers.

Bright Young Women by Jessica Knoll


Bright Young Women, the latest thriller from Jessica Knoll, masterfully blends elements of psychological suspense and true crime to deliver a gripping and exhilarating read. The story opens on a fateful Saturday night in 1978, just hours before a notorious murderer attacks a Florida sorority house, leaving a trail of death and destruction in his wake.

Sorority president and key witness Pamela Schumacher is forever changed by the events, as is Tina Cannon, who believes her missing friend was a target of the killer known as the All-American Sex Killer. Determined to seek justice, Pamela and Tina join forces on a cross-country quest for answers that culminates in a shocking final confrontation. With its pulse-pounding action and unexpected twists, Bright Young Women is a must-read for fans of psychological thrillers and true crime alike.

If Something Happens to Me by Alex Finlay

In this gripping thriller, Ryan Richardson, a law student with a troubled past, receives a cryptic message from his missing girlfriend, Ali, which sets him on a dangerous journey across Europe to uncover the truth behind her disappearance. As he races against time, Ryan encounters a cast of intriguing characters, including a young sheriff’s deputy in Kansas and a mobster in Philadelphia, who may hold the key to solving the mystery. With its fast-paced action, unexpected twists, and atmospheric settings, If Something Happens to Me is a thrilling ride that solidifies Alex Finlay’s position as one of the top thriller writers of today.

Mystery books where victims have to solve their own Murder

End of Story by A.J. Finn


In this gripping thriller, a reclusive mystery novelist named Sebastian Trapp invites a detective fiction expert named Nicky Hunter to his San Francisco mansion to help him write his life story. However, things take a dark turn when Nicky discovers that Sebastian’s first wife and teenage son disappeared without a trace 20 years ago, leading her to suspect that Sebastian might have committed the perfect crime.

As Nicky plunges deeper into the past, she becomes obsessed with solving the mystery, while Sebastian’s daughter Madeleine begins to question her father’s involvement. When a corpse turns up in the family’s koi pond, it becomes clear that the past is not buried as deeply as they thought. Will Nicky and Madeleine be able to uncover the truth behind the disappearance and the murder, or will they fall victim to the same dangerous forces that have haunted Sebastian’s family for years?

The Antique Hunter’s Guide to Murder by C.L. Miller


In this gripping debut mystery novel, a former antique hunter named Freya Lockwood returns to her quaint English hometown to investigate the suspicious death of her estranged mentor, Arthur Crockleford. Joining forces with her eccentric Aunt Carole, Freya attends an antiques enthusiast’s weekend at an isolated manor house, where she discovers that the supposedly valuable antiques are actually poor reproductions. As they dig deeper, Freya and Carole uncover a sinister plot involving stolen artifacts and a ruthless killer. With their lives on the line, they race against time to expose the truth and bring the criminal to justice. Will they succeed, or become the next victims? This irresistible and immersive mystery will keep you guessing until the very end.

How to Solve Your Own Murder (Castle Knoll Files, #1) by Kristen Perrin

In this gripping mystery, a young woman named Annie Adams sets out to solve the murder of her great-aunt Frances, who was predicted to die in a fortune teller’s ominous prophecy six decades earlier. As Annie delves deeper into the case, she discovers that her aunt’s obsessive habits of digging up secrets and lies have left behind a tangled web of suspects, each with their own motives for the crime.

With the help of her aunt’s meticulous notes and files, Annie must navigate the quirky and suspicious residents of the picturesque English village where the murder took place. But as she draws closer to the truth, Annie realizes that she may be inheriting more than just her aunt’s fortune – she may also be destined to meet the same tragic end. Will she be able to crack the case and avoid becoming the killer’s next victim?

Finding a Missing Person Mystery Books

The Extinction of Irena Rey by Jennifer Croft

In this gripping and atmospheric thriller, eight translators gather in a remote Polish forest to work on the magnum opus of a world-renowned author, Irena Rey. But when Irena disappears without a trace, the translators must put aside their differences and work together to uncover the truth behind her mysterious vanishing act. As they dig deeper into the author’s secrets and deceptions, they find themselves entangled in a web of rivalries, desire, and obsession that threatens to destroy their work and even their lives. Set against the backdrop of Europe’s last great wilderness, this hilarious and thought-provoking debut novel is a brilliant examination of art, celebrity, the natural world, and the power of language. An unforgettable and unputdownable read.

Almost Surely Dead by Amina Akhtar

“Almost Surely Dead” is a gripping psychological thriller book that follows the story of Dunia Ahmed, a successful pharmacist whose life takes a drastic turn after a failed attempt on her life. As she becomes the subject of a true crime podcast, Dunia’s world spirals out of control, with multiple attempts on her life leaving her questioning who she can trust. With a unique blend of cultural influences and supernatural elements, this chilling account will keep readers on the edge of their seats until the very end.

Happiness Falls by Angie Kim

When a biracial Korean American father and husband go missing, his family’s search for him reveals a web of secrets and lies in this gripping thriller. Mia, the irreverent and analytical daughter, initially dismisses concerns, but when her brother returns bloody and alone, the family’s tight-knit bond begins to fray. As they investigate the disappearance, they uncover a complex tangle of love, language, and human connection that threatens to tear them apart.

With surprising twists and profound insights, Happiness Falls keeps readers on edge until the end. Angie Kim’s latest novel cements her reputation as a genre master, delivering a story that’s both a family drama and a philosophical inquiry into the nature of human relationships.

Heist Mystery Books

Women of Good Fortune by Sophie Wan

In this captivating thriller, three women from different walks of life join forces to pull off the ultimate heist at a high-society wedding. Lulu, a young woman pressured into marrying a wealthy man for financial security, teams up with her two best friends – Rina, a career-driven woman tired of being overlooked for promotions, and Jane, a materialistic housewife seeking a divorce and a better life.

Their goal is to steal the abundance of cash gifts meant for the happy couple and change their own fortunes forever. But as the plan becomes more complex and relationships are put to the test, the women must confront the harsh reality that achieving their dreams may come at a fatal cost. Will they succeed in pulling off the heist of their lives, or will their scheme ultimately unravel?

First Lie Wins by Ashley Elston


In this pulse-pounding thriller, a young woman named Evie Porter leads a double life as a con artist, taking on fake identities and jobs to earn a living. But when her latest mark, Ryan Sumner, gets under her skin, Evie starts to question her loyalty to her mysterious boss Mr. Smith, and her carefully constructed life. As her past threatens to catch up with her, Evie must use all her skills to stay one step ahead and secure her future. But as the stakes rise, she faces a daunting choice: can she sacrifice her true identity to maintain her false one? Dive into the world of high-stakes cons and double lives in this gripping page-turner.

The Fortune Seller by Rachel Kapelke-Dale


In this gripping mystery novel, a young woman named Rosie Macalister navigates the treacherous waters of her wealthy friends’ circle, only to discover that their seemingly perfect lives are built on lies and deceit. When a mysterious outsider named Annelise Tattinger infiltrates the group, tensions rise and loyalties are tested. As the truth about Annelise’s true identity is revealed, Rosie must confront the dark underbelly of her privileged world and decide whether to risk everything to do the right thing. Set in the early 2000s, The Fortune Seller is a timely and thought-provoking exploration of class, ambition, and the consequences of our choices.

The Excitements by C.J. Wray

Two feisty female World War II veterans, known for their bravery and wit, embark on a trip to Paris to receive a prestigious honor, but their journey turns into a dangerous adventure as they confront old enemies and attempt a daring heist. With their sharp minds and quick reflexes, Josephine and Penny Williamson prove that age is just a number in this thrilling and humorous mystery.

Wedding Mystery Books

The Guest List by Lucy Foley


A high-society wedding celebration on a remote Irish island takes a deadly turn in this Agatha Christie-esque thriller. As tensions simmer among the guests, a body is discovered, exposing secrets and motivations. Who didn’t wish the happy couple well, and why? A twisty, atmospheric tale of love, greed, and deception.

The Unwedding by Ally Condie

In this gripping thriller, a recent divorcee’s vacation at an exclusive Big Sur resort turns deadly when she discovers a dead body on the day of a wedding. Trapped by a mudslide, the guests must navigate their secrets and shadows as they try to uncover the truth behind the murders. A twisty, suspenseful tale of love, loss, and betrayal.

You May Now Kill the Bride by Kate Weston

In this thrilling mystery, five childhood friends are reunited at a bachelorette party turned wellness retreat, but their reunion quickly turns deadly when the bride-to-be chokes to death on a poisoned drink. As the bridesmaids become suspects, long-held secrets and grudges come to light, revealing the complexity and darkness beneath their supposedly strong bond. A page-turning, laugh-out-loud exploration of female friendship and the lengths people will go to protect their own.

You’re Invited by Amanda Jayatissa

Get ready for a thrilling ride full of twists and turns in this latest release from the award-winning author of My Sweet Girl. When Amaya receives an invitation to her childhood best friend’s lavish wedding in Sri Lanka, she’s surprised and a bit hurt to hear from her former friend after years of silence. But things take a dark turn when Amaya discovers that the groom is none other than her own ex-boyfriend. Determined to stop the wedding at any cost, Amaya finds herself in the middle of a sinister plot filled with secrets, lies, and motives.

As the week of wedding celebrations unfolds and rumors about Amaya’s past begin to circulate, she becomes the prime suspect in a murder investigation when Kaavi goes missing and is presumed dead. But nothing is as it seems, and each wedding guest has their own hidden agenda. Will Amaya be able to clear her name and uncover the truth behind Kaavi’s disappearance, or will she become the next victim? Find out in this dangerously addictive thriller that will keep you guessing until the very end.

Goodbye Earl by Leesa Cross-Smith

“Goodbye Earl” is a gripping and empowering mystery novel that follows four best friends as they take matters into their own hands and stand up against the monstrous men in their lives. Set across two unforgettable summers, 15 years apart, the story revolves around Kasey, who returns to her small Southern hometown for a wedding and is forced to confront the dark secrets of her past.

Determined to protect her friends and herself, Kasey embarks on a journey of revenge and self-discovery that will leave readers cheering for the power of sisterhood and the resilience of the human spirit. With its sharp edges and uplifting message, “Goodbye Earl” is a must-read for anyone who’s ever felt the need to stand up against injustice and fight for what’s right.


Haunted House Mystery Books

Darling Girls by Sally Hepworth

Three foster sisters, raised by a strict and enigmatic caregiver, are forced to confront their troubled past when a body is discovered in their childhood home. As they become embroiled in a murder investigation, long-buried secrets and sibling rivalries threaten to tear them apart. With their relationships and freedom at stake, the sisters must work together to uncover the truth and protect their fragile bond. A gripping mystery novel about the dark side of family and the power of sisterhood, from New York Times bestseller Sally Hepworth.

One of Us Knows by Alyssa Cole

In this chilling mystery novel, a woman with dissociative identity disorder takes a job as a caretaker on a remote island, hoping for a fresh start. But when a murder occurs, she becomes the prime suspect and must navigate her fractured mind to uncover the truth and clear her name. With the help of her alternate identities, she races against time to expose the secrets of the island and her own past, all while trapped with a group of potential killers. A gripping, twisty tale of psychological suspense.

The Guest by B.A. Paris


“The Guest” by B.A. Paris: After a stressful vacation, Iris and Gabriel return home to find their friend Laure camped out in their living room, seeking refuge from her marital problems. But as Laure’s behavior becomes increasingly erratic, Iris and Gabriel’s patience wears thin. Meanwhile, their new neighbors seem friendly enough – but their gardener has a sinister past. As secrets from everyone’s past come to light, the tension builds towards a dangerous climax. A gripping thriller mystery book about the perils of letting strangers into your home, and the deadly consequences of keeping secrets.

One of Our Kind by Nicola Yoon

When Jasmyn and King Williams move their family to the supposedly idyllic community of Liberty, California, they hope to find a place where their family can thrive. But Jasmyn soon discovers a dark secret lurking beneath the town’s tranquil surface. As she delves deeper into the truth, she realizes that the price of admission to this supposed utopia may be higher than she ever imagined. With sharp social commentary, this gripping mystery book explores the dangers of assumptions and the true cost of freedom.

Neighborhood Watch by Sarah Reida

When a string of murders shakes up an affluent neighborhood, a group of unlikely female sleuths must work together to uncover the truth behind the killings. But as they dig deeper, they begin to suspect that the killer may be hiding in plain sight. Will they be able to unmask the murderer before it’s too late? A thrilling page-turner that will keep you guessing until the very end.

Writer Murder Mysteries

The Last Word by Elly Griffiths

“The Last Word” by Elly Griffiths is a captivating mystery that follows an unlikely detective duo as they investigate the murder of a local writer. When Melody Chambers dies, her daughters suspect foul play, and Edwin and Natalka, the mismatched detectives, are on the case. Edwin, a seasoned sleuth, believes that Melody’s death may be connected to the murder of an obituary writer, while Natalka, a math whiz, uncovers fraudulent activities.

As they investigate deeper into the case, they uncover a sinister book group that may hold the key to solving the murders. But when Edwin goes undercover, he finds himself in grave danger. Will they be able to crack the case before it’s too late? This literary mystery is perfect for fans of Richard Osman and Anthony Horowitz, with its clever plot twists and witty dialogue.

I’m Not Done with You Yet by Jesse Q. Sutanto

“I’m Not Done With You Yet” by Jesse Q. Sutanto is a gripping mystery novel that follows the story of Jane, a struggling writer who has been searching for her estranged friend Thalia for years. When Jane discovers that Thalia has become a bestselling author, she sees an opportunity to reconnect and finally resolve the past. But as she heads to New York City for a book convention, Jane’s obsession with Thalia begins to consume her, leading her down a dangerous path of revenge and betrayal.

Dead in Long Beach, California by Venita Blackburn

“Dead in Long Beach, California” by Venita Blackburn is a thrilling and thought-provoking mystery that delves deep into the human psyche. When Coral, a successful author, discovers her brother’s dead body, she sets off on a dangerous trajectory of self-discovery and deception. Assuming her brother’s identity, Coral becomes increasingly unhinged from reality, putting her relationships and sanity at risk. As she struggles to cope with her grief, the lines between her reality and the fantastical world of her novel, “Wildfire,” begin to blur, revealing long-buried secrets and traumas.

The Mystery Writer by Sulari Gentill

“The Mystery Writer” by Sulari Gentill is a gripping thriller that delves into the dark side of literature and the lengths people will go to protect their secrets. When Theodosia Benton, a former attorney turned aspiring writer, becomes embroiled in a hidden literary world, she must confront the harsh reality that identity can be manipulated and exploited for the sake of an audience. After her mentor, a renowned author, is brutally murdered.

Theo sets out to uncover the truth and clear her brother’s name, who has been accused of the crime. As she follows a cryptic trail left behind by the writer, she realizes that the truth is much more sinister than she had imagined. With her life on the line, Theo must make a choice between protecting her family and exposing the conspiracy that threatens to destroy them all.

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