Jamie Canaves

Jamie Canavés is the Tailored Book Recommendations coordinator and Unusual Suspects mystery newsletter writer. She knows her death will be caused by a TBR stack, never says no to dessert or ‘80s nostalgia, can hold a conversation using only gifs, and spends way too much time asking her goat-dog “What’s in your mouth?!” Tweets: @Oh_Dinky.

Criminals Abound: 10 Kinds Of Crime Plots

Get to know 10 common crime plots in mystery and thriller reads, including revenge, cons, covering up a crime, and more.

16 August Mystery, Thriller, True Crime Books To Read

We’ve round up August releases for mystery, thriller, and true crime readers, from nonviolent true crime to a #metoo thriller, and more—including You’re Invited by Amanda Jayatissa.

Make Room For The New Cozy Mysteries–We Want More!

As cozy mysteries adapt and attract new and younger readers, is the name in need of an update?

11 of the Best Mystery, Thriller, and True Crime Books Out in July

From chilling thrillers to cozy mysteries for foodies to much-anticipated sequels and intriguing debuts, here are the best crime books out this month!

Not To Be Confused: Book Title Edition

Book titles are really important, but what happens when they're really similar? This writer clears up confusion on a few.

Maybe Not Dead: 6 Kinds of Non-Murder Focused Mystery Plots

From tracking down a missing person to finding a thief, here are the most common plots for mystery novels that aren't murder mysteries.

You’re Missing Out As An Adult If You Don’t Read Picture Books

Picture books are works of art that can introduce you to something new, renew your faith in humanity, and relax you. Don't miss out.

The Best Mystery, Thriller, and True Crime Books Out In June

From a PI looking for her girlfriend in Vera Kelly: Lost and Found to true crime at a reform school in We Carry Their Bones, here are the best mystery and true crime books out this month.

9 Books to Read After JUST MERCY

Here are books to read after Just Mercy that critique our unjust criminal system by giving voice to the people who have fallen victim to it, like Juvenile In Justice by Richard Ross.

The Hypocrisy of Disney+ Content Ratings And Its Treatment of LOVE, VICTOR

Disney+ had no problem placing Marvel shows with adult content on their streamer, but the TV-14 rated LOVE, VICTOR was labeled too mature.