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.
The Hard Sun and Luther creator delivers crime thrillers that are as addictive as his TV shows.
By Olivia Mason
George Orwell had some choice words for this 1939 crime novel.
Shop till you drop...
Enter LeHane's psychologically riveting world.
By Jena Brown
From historical intrigue to meta mayhem.
Among Billingham’s books, these get top billing.
These exciting novels will shake you out of any reading slump.
This classic crime writer is one of the most prolific British crime writers of our time.
There's a reason it's called Sin City.
By Jena Brown
Without the guiding hand of this Bostonian gothic, the modern detective genre would be very different.
We were thrilled to have the opportunity to interview Joseph Knox about his latest novel.
Cosby's timely, high-octane heist novel packs a punch.
This one’s for all the armchair detectives out there.
By Orrin Grey
The author of What You Don't See discusses crime fiction set in Chicago, recommends a few of her favorite mystery authors, and shares what makes her PI protagonist Cass Raines tick.
With the arrival of the 25th Inspector Montalbano mystery, we’re looking back at Camilleri's brilliant career.
From Blitz-stricken London to Cold War-era Berlin, our love of Lawton's thrilling narratives is no mystery.
From gripping thrillers to riveting nonfiction, this Pulitzer Prize–winning author knows her crime.
The Sunshine State has a dark side...
Say goodbye to Sherlock and hello to Kurt Wallander, Guido Brunetti, and more.
When it comes to crime stories set in Washington, D.C., this former First Daughter is unmatched.