Need some new crime fiction for your summer reading list? Well, look no further because we are sharing these three must-reads.

1. City of Margins by William Boyle

“Boyle studies Donnie and his neighbors with a mixture of affection and despair worthy of a Bruce Springsteen song. He has a real thing for working-class folks. People like this, they need people like Boyle.” –Marilyn Stasio, New York Times Book Review

2. The Coldest Warrior by Paul Vidich

“A terse and convincing thriller. Vidich proved his talent for noirish spy fiction in two earlier books. This stand-alone work reaches a new level of moral complexity and brings into stark relief the often contradictory nature of spycraft.” –Tom Nolan, Wall Street Journal

3. Dodging and Burning by John Copenhaver

“Complex and multilayered, Copenhaver’s outstanding debut combines a murder mystery with a coming-of-age tale. Copenhaver’s darkly lyrical exploration into the consequences of war—and prejudice—in small-town America will resonate with readers long after the last page is turned.” –Publishers Weekly