15 best mystery books of 2021
There really is no better distraction than a good detective story. Added bonus: Studies have shown that reading helps reduce stress and improve attention span, a great side effect of this hobby. Whether you want to get hooked on a series that will take you through months of thrillers, stay up late with a real page turner, or hone in on a good classic, T&C has handpicked 15 of the best detective novels for all moods or inclinations. whether it’s real crime, modern mysteries or a classic sleuth, there’s something for everyone.
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Dead till night
Fans of the TV series Real blood will surely enjoy the Southern Gothic Sookie Stackhouse series, which focuses on a telepathic bartender in Louisiana who finds herself embroiled in local vampires. As you can imagine, it’s a lighter fare, but still super entertaining.
The Hound of the Baskervilles: 100th anniversary collection
When your heart wants a good read and your mind wants to feel productive, tackle the classic British mystery starring Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson as they investigate the legend of a supernatural dog wandering the moorlands of England .
The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic and Madness at the Fair that Changed America
The devil in the white city reads like fiction, but is actually a real crime thriller. Author Erik Larson delves into the bizarre, real-life story of a murderer on the loose at the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago and how it changed America forever.
Did she or did she not? The twists and turns of this psychological thriller won’t have you checking behind every door at night, but will leave you guessing about main character Amy’s state of mind until the very end.
In the woods
Tana French’s popular Dublin Murder Squad series kicks off with In the woods. Set in Ireland, the detective story is harsh and totally addicting; Once you’ve consumed this one with a rage (it’s impossible not to), rest assured knowing that there are six left.
The Cat’s Trail (Anna Pigeon Mysteries Book 1)
Award-winning 1990s mystery series follows park ranger Anna Pigeon through the national parks of the United States Cat track begins in West Texas when the murder of a young woman by a mountain lion seems too perfect to be real.
Big little lies
The original book that Reese Witherspoon’s HBO hit on Big little lies is based is different enough from the TV show to be of interest to even devoted viewers of the series.
The murder of Roger Ackroyd: a mystery Hercule Poirot
Everyone knows Murder on the Orient Express, but don’t sleep The murder of Roger Ackroyd, which won the Crime Writers’ Association ‘Best Mystery Novel of All Time’ award. Belgian detective Hercule Poirot is investigating the murder of a man who was stabbed while allegedly alone in a locked room.
Helter Skelter: The True Story of the Manson Murders
WW Norton & Company
Not a real mystery in the sense that we already know what happened, but Helter Skelter is a nail rodent. Told by prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi, it is a deep dive into one of the most famous murders in American history.
Inspector Armand Gamache is one of the most beloved characters in the history of modern detective fiction. Reading this first novel, in which he investigates the death of a woman living outside Montreal, makes it easy to understand why.
Lucky girl in the world: a novel
Author Jessica Knoll immerses us in the mind of Ani FaNelli, a seemingly glamorous and promising young magazine editor who turns out to have a dark story that slowly unfolds to the shocking conclusion.
Everything I never told you
When Lydia Lee’s body is found at the bottom of the lake in an otherwise peaceful Ohio town, the mystery that quickly emerges is not what happened to her, but what is her family hiding?
Between past and present, The Eight follows computer expert Cat Velis and a novice nun living in 18th century France and their connection to an important game of chess.
American spy: a novel
Barack Obama put american spy on his 2019 reading list, and for good reason. It is written from the perspective of a former spy trying to explain to her sons why she is now on the run for her actions during the Cold War and what it means to be a “good American.”
Name of the rose
Located in a Benedictine monastery in 1327, The name of the rose explores fascinating conspiracy theories that are just one step away from reality. Where are they?
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