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Nero Wolfe’s Legacy Continues in Death of an Art Collector

Death, art, and orchids? Detective Nero Wolfe returns in the latest series installment.

By Hezra Martinez

8 Heart-Racing Mystery Romance Books

Feel the adrenaline course through your veins with these gripping reads that marry romance and mystery.

By MacKenzie Stuart

8 Exhilarating Books for Catherine Coulter Fans

Fast-paced and passionate, every book on this list makes for an unforgettable read.

By MacKenzie Stuart

8 Anne Perry Books About Sleuths and Murders of the Past

The author's historical mysteries feature lovable sleuths and high society intrigue that'll keep you coming back for more.

By Olivia Mason

[CLOSED] GIVEAWAY: Win the Latest Book in the Nero Wolfe Mystery Series! 

Robert Goldsborough's Death of an Art Collector finds Nero Wolfe trying to solve a suspicious death.

By Murder & Mayhem Staff

7 Thriller Books About Mysterious Disappearances 

Chilling tales of kidnappings, strange vanishings, and more. 

By Sarah Mangiola

10 Thrilling Books for Fans of Three Seconds

These chilling reads are sure to get your heart racing. 

By Matthew Thompson

8 Must-Read Crime Thriller Books

These twists and turns exist outside of the law. 

By Sarah Mangiola

13 Thrilling Nordic Noir Novels

The chilly locales in these thrillers are perfect for some stone-cold crime.

By Sara Barry

7 Mysteries Set in Ireland

It’s not all sunshine and pots of gold in these gripping mysteries.

By MacKenzie Stuart

10 Chilling Mystery & Thriller Audiobooks

Hair-raising reads that will make you question every creak. 

By Sarah Mangiola

An Iconic CIA Operative Returns in Condor: The Short Takes

James Grady, master of the espionage thriller, revisits his famous operative in this brand new collection.

By MacKenzie Stuart

8 Pulse-Racing Mysteries by Ruth Rendell

The three-time Edgar Award winner introduced psychological thrills to the mystery genre.

By Orrin Grey

Get to Know Rex Stout, Beloved Creator of Nero Wolfe

Stout's iconic character is far from the only fascinating thing about the author's life.

By Hannah Dudley

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