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.
In the mood for murder with a stylistic twist? These post-modern murder mysteries like Riku Onda’s The Aosawa Murders play with narrative structure and style.
This list of 10 small-town thrillers will have you reading about murder, mayhem, and suspicious strangers all summer long, including Blacktop Wasteland by S.A. Cosby.
If you're looking for some light, cozy mysteries, you've come to the wrong place. These dark crime books aren't for the faint of heart.
It's all about perspective—multiple perspectives. Check out this batch of thrillers told from multiple points of view!
These unique crime books play with format, characters, tropes, and more for a surprising experience that will keep you turning page after page, like My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite.
How THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW hits a bit differently during a period of quarantine.
Get to know the grittier side of the South and its stories about crime and the long arm of the law through these Southern noir books.
Like everyone else, I've read and loved John Grisham's books, but wanted to read other authors writing some of the best legal thrillers out there.
If thrillers with complicated relationships are your cup of murder-y tea, here are some audiobook thrillers to keep you in suspense.
Armchair detectives, get ready for a voyage around the world. You don't need to pack a bag--just pick up these audiobook mysteries and get sleuthing.