Welcome to your new favorite hideout. We are constantly on the hunt for the best in mystery and thriller media—from books to movies and television shows, to mystery games—and everything in between. Whether it’s forgotten masterpieces from the Golden Age of detective fiction or a heart-pounding new domestic thriller, we’re here to clue you into what’s fantastic to read and watch.
On the hunt for a political thriller? Investigating which British crime show to binge next? Craving a charming cozy to curl up with? Whether you’re into Miss Marple or Sherlock Holmes, Hannibal Lecter or James Bond, we’ve unlocked the mystery for you. All you’ve got to do is peruse the stories below—you’re sure to find a killer lead.
In The Coloring Crook, an immeasurably valuable coloring book leads to death.
In the titular story of Ruth Rendell's collection, Sandy Vaughan's rendezvous with a stranger takes a startling turn.
Sarah Meuleman’s debut novel, Find Me Gone, jumps between 1996 and 2014 to paint a devastating portrait of a woman confronted by her past.
Stuart Turton's debut novel puts readers at the center of a murder mystery...with a twist.
Taking the post of Warden of His Majesty’s Mint in 17th-century London, Newton came face-to-face with seedy criminals.
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In the latest Hubie Schuze mystery, the sleuth-slash-treasure hunter is suspected of killing one of his art students.
In the latest installment of J. Michael Orenduff's series, Hubie Schuze is suspected of killing one of his art students.
After being away for several years, Charles Moray finds that a deadly, shocking surprise awaits him in England.
D.J. Donaldson’s detective mystery Cajun Nights dives into a string of gritty murder-suicides.
In the latest Nero Wolfe mystery, the famed detective must wade through old grudges, scorned lovers, and mob bosses to solve the murder of a political reformer.
Teenager Keith Moore was the last person to see Amy Giordano before she went missing in this Edgar Award-nominated thriller from Thomas H. Cook.
The so-called "American Agatha Christie" revolutionized the mystery genre with her 1908 novel, The Circular Staircase.
Readers won't be able to stop thinking about these twisted and thrilling tales.
When a man is found dead on the Westminster Bridge, there’s only one crime-solving duo for the job.
A teenager becomes hopelessly entangled with a man who may not be who he says he is.
Detective Albert Campion questions the owner of a small but notorious estate after a corpse is found nearby...
Jason Harrow’s life is about to become unhinged…