6 Books to Read for Fans of Richard Osman

08 Mar 2024

6 Books to Read for Fans of Richard Osman

For fans of Richard Osman’s mix of mystery and the unexpected twist, the search for similar reads ends here. We’ve handpicked six books that capture the essence of Osman’s storytelling – a combination of intrigue, wit, and unforgettable characters. Whether you’re after a new series or standalone gems, our list promises to keep you hooked. Get ready to dive into your next favorite books, each offering a nod to the charm and twists we love in Osman’s works. Happy reading!

Noah’s Ark

by Steve Pizzolato

Release Date: January 24, 2024

The author’s daughter shared her fears for her unused IVF embryos. This inspired Noah’s Ark. Alabama’s IVF ruling confirmed her fears. In Noah’s Ark, embryos and women’s rights are attacked. This crime starts locally, but a larger societal battle over the unborn ensues. Noah’s Ark, as its predecessor, The Perfect Match, explores crimes against humanity, done by megalomaniacs for greed and power.

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Wet, Warm and Noisy

by David A. Willson

Release Date: March 4, 2024

Cancer-survivor and Alaska State Trooper Investigator Jake Ward is eager to resume full duty, but his world turns upside down during a routine polygraph when a suspect escapes. What follows is a bizarre case involving kidnapping, medical experiments and consciousness. In “Wet, Warm, and Noisy,” Willson masterfully blurs the boundaries between law enforcement and the supernatural.

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Preacher Stalls the Second Coming

by Gerald Everett Jones

Release Date: March 5, 2024

A faith-healing evangelist is planning to fake the Second Coming with advanced virtual-reality technology as he lures disadvantaged people to the End-Times Retreat Center with promises of food. Evan must act when a young woman from his church and her invalid mother disappear inside the internment camp. Fourth in the multiple-award-winning series.

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End of Story

by A. J. Finn

Release Date: February 20, 2024

“I’ll be dead in three months. Come tell my story.” So writes Sebastian Trapp, reclusive mystery novelist, to his longtime correspondent Nicky Hunter, an expert in detective fiction. With mere months to live, Trapp invites Nicky to his spectacular San Francisco mansion to help draft his life story . . . while living alongside his beautiful second wife, Diana; his wayward nephew, Freddy; and his protective daughter, Madeleine. Soon Nicky finds herself caught in an irresistible case of real-life “detective-fever.”

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Garden Grimoire

by Juliana Ariffin

Release Date: February 6, 2024

When Tempest Joy’s car careens off the road and she finds herself rescued by a broomstick-riding witch, she’s convinced she’s headed straight for the loony bin. Little does she know, the real adventure is just beginning. Not only does she discover she’s a witch with a sassy cat familiar, but she stumbles upon the lifeless body of her Aunt Violet Atherington, the very person she was en route to visit.

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My Name Was Eden

by Eleanor Barker-White

Release Date: February 27, 2024

When her daughter Eden came home from the hospital, Lucy was profoundly relieved. Eden had survived a drowning incident and had no apparent brain damage, no serious injuries, not even a scratch on her. Lucy fervently welcomed having a second chance at being the good mother she should have been before her teenager’s accident. Until Eden tells her that Eden isn’t her name. Until she starts calling herself Eli. The name Lucy had reserved for Eden’s unborn twin.

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