6 Books to Read if you Like Preston and Child

27 Jan 2016

Preston and Child are the ultimate masters of the mystery/thriller genre, with Special Agent Aloysius Pendergast leading the way in 15 novels alongside a cast of colorful characters. With the quick-witted and smooth-talking agent at the helm, it’s no surprise that they keep churning out exciting plots that keep readers on the edge of their seats. But if you’ve already devoured all their books and are itching for more reads with a dose of wry humor, captivating darkness, or strong female characters, fear not! We’ve got you covered with a list of books that are perfect for fans of Preston and Child.

6 Books to Read if You Like Preston and Child

Killer Pursuit

Jeff Gunhus

Price: Only $3.99!

Release Date: January 18, 2016

The crime scene of a high class prostitute’s death has a lead almost as mysterious as the identity of the killer: a camera linked to an unknown identity. Special Agent Allison McNeil is tasked with the off the books investigation. As she digs deeper she realizes there may be more at stake than catching one killer…

Lie In Wait

Eric Rickstad

Release Date: September 1, 2015

The murder of a teen in a small Vermont town sets a town, already in the midst of an infamous legal case, on high alert. Detective Sonja Test may be on her first murder investigation, but already she’s seeing how its connected with the current case, and possibly a darker, hidden town history.

She Can Kill

Melinda Leigh

Release Date: December 8, 2015

Retired assassin Cristan Rojas seeks a new life for him and his daughter in rural Pennsylvania. After 12 uneasy years Cristan has realized danger will always follow him. With his new relationship and possibly even his life on the line, Cristan must choose to run once more, or make a final stand.


Kendra Elliot

Release Date: January 19, 2015

A woman and her daughter are stranded in the high mountains after an extreme blizzard. But there’s more on the line than waiting peacefully for rescue when a ranger is found brutally murdered.

The Guilty

David Baldacci

Release Date: November 17, 2015

Professional assassin Will Robie discovers his father has been wrongfully arrested for murder. Knowing it may be a trap to draw him back into the fold, Will goes against his father’s wishes and begins his own investigation to clear his father’s name.

Crimson Shore

Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child

Release Date: November 10, 2015

Special Agent Pendergast and his ward, Constance Green, are searching for the culprits of a highly valued wine heist when they happen upon a skeleton preserved in a manner similar to a story by Edgar Allan Poe. As the body count rises, solving the mysteries of the past may lead them to the killer in the present.

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