I would give one or two of such novels a read. Always open to trying books that don't seem to be my usual first choices. As an idea of what I prefer, my two most recent mysteries were The Geneva Trap by Stella Rimington and Blood Line by Lynda LaPlante. Both are latest installlments in series and both were well written. Now I'm into The Bookseller by Mark Pryor. While I have some misgivings about the plot,. the descriptions of Paris are so authentic that I would recommend the book just on its compelling sense of place.