Ellis Peters: Beloved Creator of “Brother Cadfael”

Edith Pargeter (a.k.a. Ellis Peters) once said, "It is probably true that I am not very good at villains. The good interest me so much more."

4 Thrilling Western Mysteries to Add to Your Streaming Round-Up

Western thriller author Jeff Gulvin shares the movies and shows you need to start streaming immediately.

Discover a World of Mystery with Scribd

This literary subscription service keeps the thrills coming.

14 Books for Fans of Sharp Objects

These thrilling mysteries will keep you hooked long after the miniseries ends. 

6 Twisty Tales That Thrilled Alan Jacobson

Our favorite mystery and thriller writers share the books that have stuck with them through the years.

Hear No Evil: 7 Best Mystery Audiobooks to Fuel Your Inner Sleuth

Relax into a cozy mystery–or try on something a bit more thrilling.

EXCERPT: The Pot Thief Who Studied Edward Abbey, by J. Michael Orenduff

In the latest Hubie Schuze mystery, the sleuth-slash-treasure hunter is suspected of killing one of his art students.

Everyone's Favorite Pottery Thief Goes Back to School—And Gets a Lesson in Murder

In the latest installment of J. Michael Orenduff's series, Hubie Schuze is suspected of killing one of his art students.

Nero Wolfe Takes On a Corrupt Organization and High-Profile Murder Case

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.

“Some Mysteries are Best Left Alone”

As a small child living in Montana, author Peter Bowen witnessed a murder-suicide he still can't explain.

8 Essential Louise Penny Books for Any Mystery Lover

Get to know the beloved Chief Inspector Armand Gamache.

Amelia Peabody Investigates a Cursed Mummy in The Deeds of the Disturber

Is a human criminal responsible for the strange happenings at the British Museum—or is an ancient curse truly to blame?