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Unlock mystery's best with Murder & Mayhem.

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.

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The James Ryker Series is Rob Sinclair's Best Work Yet

The action-packed series is an exciting follow-up to the bestselling Enemy trilogy. 

9 Books for Mitch Rapp Fans

These books will satisfy the appetites of fans who have devoured every Mitch Rapp book and are still hungry for more.

9 Political Thriller Books by Women

These women are shaking things up, bringing a fresh perspective to the political thriller genre. 

Mike Lawson Political Thrillers That Explore D.C.'s Dark Side

Expertly crafted thrillers by an Edgar-nominated master of the genre.

An Interview with Mike Lawson, Author of Over a Dozen Ripped-from-the-Headlines Thrillers

The author of the Joe DeMarco thriller series discusses Washington politics, creating villains, and how working for the Navy impacted his writing.

Murder in the White House: 11 Gripping Margaret Truman Books

When it comes to crime stories set in Washington, D.C., this former First Daughter is unmatched.

Department Z: 11 Thrilling John Creasey Books That Pack a Punch

Before 007, there were the ultra-secret agents of John Creasey's Department Z.