Here are 3 mysteries worth reading, including the maybe-vampire historical mystery Opium and Absinthe by Lydia Kang and the start to a serial killer trilogy: The Silence of the White City by Eva García Sáenz!
One reader gets back to the basics of reading for pleasure — no page counts, no progress tracking — and not just reading for sport.
A reader recommends some Latinx books Netflix should adapt, including Certain Dark Things by Silvia Moreno-Garcia.
Crime novels: sometimes it’s too complicatd to explain the self-defense murder! That’s when you need someone to help you bury the body, like in The Echo Wife by Sarah Gailey.
Treat yourself to a locked room mystery with Charlotte Holmes on the case, and one where math is the key to solving the puzzle.
If you’re a fan of the Netflix crime show starring Christina Applegate, check out these thematically similar mystery books like DEAD TO ME, including Tuesday Mooney Talks to Ghosts by Kate Racculia.
Pick up these mystery books if you're in need of escape reading. And honestly, who isn't?
If you like your mysteries on the not-so-dark side, these two books may be right up your alley, including The Dark Deception by Morgan Baden.
Find a couple of great mystery books, including a historical mystery set around the world, and one set around the woods.
Mysteries and thrillers where the community itself feels like a character, including When No One Is Watching by Alyssa Cole.