Police procedurals, cozy mysteries, psychological thrillers: whatever your mystery fiction flavor, we’ve got recommendations on the best mystery books out there, from diverse authors writing in every mystery sub-genre. Get your whodunit (orwhatdunit, if you like a supernatural mystery) fix with posts from our mystery/thriller-reading contributors.
2020 was a great year for new mystery books, from long-awaited sequels to new translations and exciting new diverse voices.
An essay examining detective duos focusing on Sherlock Holmes and John Watson's relationship and how later authors played with that dyanmic.
With their tight plots and memorable cast of characters, here's why locked room murder mysteries excite me most.
"You’ll feel right at home among our fastidiously maintained gardens and horticulture, bustling local arts scene, and internationally renowned murder rate."
The Blue Carbuncle is as close as Conan Doyle ever came to a Sherlock Holmes Christmas special. Let's look at some of the best versions!
In this Read Harder Challenge post, we're recommending books for the task asking you to read a middle grade mystery.
If you're looking for page-turning reads that don't pull punches, add these heart-thumping gritty thrillers to your reading list.
These domestic thrillers are full of buried secrets and family relationships gone wrong, the perfect recipe for a thrilling read!
You've read Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys, but have you read these other books like Nancy Drew? Meet 8 classic teen sleuths.
Cold weather pairs so well with a chilling story. Start a fire, grab a hot drink, and pick up one of these snowy thrillers, including One by One by Ruth Ware.