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Lies Sleeping by Ben Aaronovitch
Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik
Girl Waits with Gun by Amy Stewart
Transcription by Kate Atkinson
The White Darkness by David Grann
The Stranger Beside Me by Ann Rule
Houses of Stone by Barbara Michaels
My Sister the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite
The Silence of the Girls by Pat Barjer
Uneasy Lies the Crown by Tasha Alexander
The Travelling Cat Chronicles by Hiro Arikawa
Here and Now and Then by Mike Chen
A Study in Honor by Claire O'Dell
Down the River Unto the Sea
Splendor in the Dark by Margaret George
Little by Edward Carey
Lady Cop Makes Trouble by Amy Stewart
The Black Ascot by Charles Todd
The Vanishing Man by Charles Finch
The Sunday Philosophy Club by Alexander McCall Smith
Unto Us a Son is Given by Donna Leon
A Question of Belief by Donna Leon
The Trial of Lizzie Borden by Cara Robertson
Clock Dance by Anne Tyler
Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
Nine Lessons by Nicola Upson
Friends, Lovers, Chocolate by Alexander McCall Smith
Who Slays the Wicked? by C.S. Harris
Looking at your list, I see Transcription which I really enjoyed. I haven’t read anything by Alexander McCall Smith in a while. I might put one of the next in a series on my list to read soon. I’m not as far as you in the Ian Rutledge series, but I do enjoy it.
I have a short break now, but I am teaching one online class. I designed a class that is a sort of history of the mystery. I wanted college kids to read some books that might encourage them to pick up others in the genre. So they read Poe, Doyle, Morrison, Sayers, Orczy, Christie, Chandler, and Joe Ide IQ. So it's pretty fun to teach. I have had several students ask me about other books they might like, so I feel good about that.
Of the four you mentioned, I’m only familiar with Good Omens, have a copy mixed in with our discworld books, but I haven’t read it. Noting the other three, especially Little.