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7 Mystery Books for Valentine’s Day

A dash of romance and intrigue make these mystery novels all the more alluring.

By MacKenzie Stuart

[CLOSED] GIVEAWAY: Win a Delightful Cozy Mystery Set in Sicily 

Enter for your chance to win a copy of Auntie Poldi and the Vineyards of Etna, by Mario Giordano.

By Sarah Mangiola

8 Chilling Winter Reads That’ll Give You Goosebumps

The groundhog predicts an early spring—but there’s still enough time to squeeze in these wintry thrillers.

By Hezra Martinez

14 Murder Mystery Books You Won't Be Able to Put Down

These mysterious reads will keep you guessing until the very last page.

By Murder & Mayhem Staff

Lock Your Doors: 8 Young Adult Thriller Books 

Winning prom queen is the least of these teens’ worries. 

By Sarah Mangiola

16 of the Best Spy Novels for Espionage Lovers

CIA, FBI, MI5: Pick your poison with these thrilling spy novels.

By Murder & Mayhem Staff

Fixer Joe DeMarco is Holding Out for a Hero(ine) in the Latest Mike Lawson Thriller

Accused of murdering the House Majority Whip, Joe DeMarco must call upon Emma, a friend and former agent, to prove his innocence.

By Olivia Mason

9 Joseph Wambaugh Books That Take You Into the Lives of Law Enforcement

The bestselling author draws from his time with the LAPD to write thoughtful police procedurals and true crime accounts.

By Olivia Mason

When It Comes to a Suspicious Murder-Suicide, It’ll Take Two to Solve the Crime

In Dead Calm, investigator Mattie Winston partners with her new husband to discover what really happened in a seedy motel.

By Catherine Phelan

8 Literary Suspense Books That'll Keep You on Edge

Tensions reach unbearable heights in these dark explorations of the human psyche, the inescapability of our pasts, and more.

By Early Bird Books

Susan Furlong’s Latest Mystery Will Chill You This Winter

Fractured Truth is the latest installment in the popular Bone Gap Travellers series.

By Sarah Mangiola

9 Gripping New Thrillers Coming in 2019

Your guide on what and who to read this year. 

By Olivia Mason

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