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.
Elderly women playing the role of sleuths in fiction shatter perceptions of the roles women--and older people--have in society.
From a competitive Scrabble murder mystery in Queen of the Tiles by Hanna Alkaf to a serial killer in 18th century Korea in The Red Palace by June Hur, these diverse YA mysteries have something for everyone.
From a procedural with time travel to true crime at a National Park to a home reno cozy mystery called Renovated to Death, here are some of the best crime new releases this month.
Agatha Christie was the Queen of Crime and published 66 books, but they weren't all equal. Here are her best and worst endings.
While women were once only the victim in mystery novels, contemporary crime fiction gives female characters the complexity they deserve.
These thrillers set in creepy apartment buildings are full of mystery, secrets, and, in some cases, some not-so-friendly neighbors, including The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley.
Check out the exclusive cover reveal of Deanna Raybourn's KILLERS OF A CERTAIN AGE, and read an excerpt from this action-packed thriller!
Dust off your magnifying glass and deductive abilities. April’s new releases in mystery, thriller, and true crime are here, like One-Shot Harry by Gary Phillips.
Get to know Nordic Noir's literary opposite: sunshine noir (plus five excellent sunshine noir books to read).
There's no shortage of Sherlock Holmes adaptations, but these detectives are just as worthy of the big screen or streaming treatment.