Classic Mystery Writers Continue To Push the Envelope Through New and Unpublished Works

For as many great authors continue to put out sterling new mystery novels each year, there’s nothing quite like going back to the classics. Revisiting the writers that helped to lay the foundation for modern mystery can often provide new insight and appreciation for contemporary books. It’s even better when there’s something to read beyond…

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Tom Clancy And Other Best of the Week Mystery And Thriller Audiobooks

This past week featured a number of new and bestselling mystery and thriller audiobooks which included titles from Tom Clancy franchise, Laurie R. King, and Karen Dionne. Mike Maden, the new voice in Tom Clancy universe has a new novel out titled Point of Contact (see our review here). The book is action-packed, fast-paced and features…

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Books and the Movies They Inspire: Is Hollywood Finally Getting It?

You’re in the movies and already excited! You have your ice-cold drink and your large buttered popcorn.  The smell is making your mouth water.  You’ve got your favorite seat so you can see every scene in the movie and miss nothing! 

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Best Mystery and Thrillers of 2016 By Goodreads

Each year, reader social networking site Goodreads selects the Best Books of the year through three rounds of voting open to all of its registered members. This annual process which is almost like a ritual is called “Goodreads Choice Awards” and the results for the year 2016 were finally announced last week. To be eligible,…

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Notable Police Procedural: Lost and Gone Forever By Alex Grecian

Alex Grecian is the national bestselling author of the ‘Scotland Yard Murder Squad’ novels, including The Yard, The Devil’s Workshop and The Harvest Man. He also co-created the long-running and critically acclaimed graphic novel series Proof, which NPR named one of the best books of 2009. The latest installment in Grecian’s Murder Squad novels Lost and…

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A Supernatural Historical Debut: The Curse of Jacob Tracy

Holly Messinger lives in a bohemian town in eastern Kansas, where she writes in coffee shops and sews costumes for a living. Her talent though seems to go beyond making costumes as her debut novel The Curse of Jacob Tracy is a very enjoyable read. It mixes various genres like mystery and supernatural along with a…

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Top 10 Mystery Books that Everyone Talked About in 2015

Now that 2015 is over, it would be a good idea to take a look at some of the most sensational books of 2015 in the genre of mystery: The least this can do is to add some great titles to your list of “To-Read Next”. That was the main motivation behind our newly compiled…

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A Conversation with Michael Sears; the author of Long Way Down

Michael Sear’s new book Long Way Down recently got a 5 star rating by us and made it into Mystery Tribune’s Must Read list. That’s why we decided to feature a conversation with the man behind this new title. What comes below is the author’s take on the new book and his inspirations. 1.      LONG WAY…

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A very funny and smart mystery: Phantom Angel

Phantom Angel is the first book we read from the Edgar winner David Handler and wow! what a book…we really enjoyed reading the new installment of the private eye series featuring Benji Golden and we think you will love this character as well. A Brief Summary:  When it comes to tracking down teen runaways, there is…

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An amazing thriller: Crash & Burn

Lisa Gardner is a #1 NY Times thriller writer; but there is a reason for her success: She knows how to write great page-turning mysteries. Her latest book Crash & Burn, is one of the coolest books we have read in a while. A Brief Summary:  My name is Nicky Frank. Except, most likely, it isn’t.…

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An Amazing Thriller: Cuba Straits

If you are a fan of Doc Ford adventures, the NY Times best selling series by Randy Wayne White, you’re almost there! Next month, Cuba Straits, the 22nd installment from this series is out and this time it’s about Cuba, a hidden treasure and smuggling baseball players… A Brief Summary: Doc Ford’s old friend, General…

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