Haiku 4 U: March Mysteries

Every month your RT Web Team examines the books releasing. We plot and plan how best to cover them for you. Sometimes the process becomes almost … meditative, as we ogle the book covers and back cover copy. So it makes sense (in our minds, anyway) that we've come up with a new feature: Haiku 4 U. In it, we'll cover a genre trend in that beloved 5-7-5 syllable format, and then wax on about why these titles are the ones for you. Join us in the mindful exercise, or just check out the reads we recommend!

This month’s best mysteries feature blasts from the past!

The past, it lingers

We must learn from our mistakes

Only if we can



When Shadows Fall by J.T. Ellison: A note from the dead/Shatters Sam's new, quiet life/And now danger lurks

Concealed in Death by J.D. Robb: Roarke finds some bones/Of 12, long dead teenage girls/Eve must solve the case




The Rich and the Dead by Liv Spector: A billionaire gives/Lila redemption, maybe/Time traveling she goes




Why Kings Confess by C.S. Harris: A doctor murdered/His wife, Sebastian's scorned ex/Napoleon lurks

Board Stiff by Annelise Ryan: Nursing home boss, dead/Mattie calls her ex, Hurley/What really happened?


Are you haiku fans, too? Feel like checking out any of the mysteries listed here? Let us know below! And for more mysterious tales, be sure to visit our Everything Mystery page.