Best Mystery Books of | POPSUGAR EntertainmentMystery, Crime, and Thriller. She is an investigator of the human heart and mind, and Give Me Your Hand is a fine addition to her body of work—one that should cement her position as one of the most intelligent and daring novelists working in the crime genre today. The Witch Elm by Tana French. Why is it in the tree? The result is that you are taken deep into a fragile, damaged yet somehow rationally irrational psyche. November Road by Lou Berney.
Mysteries: Best of 2018
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The books here were reviewed in Booklist between May 1, , and April 15, Down the River unto the Sea , by Walter Mosley. Out of jail and getting by as a PI, Joe is reenergized when the woman who accused him of assault admits off the record to taking part in the frame-up. Mosley writes with great power here about themes that have permeated his work: institutional racism, political corruption, and the ways that both of these issues affect not only society at large but also the inner lives of individual men and women. Exit Strategy , by Steve Hamilton.
Chief Insp. Kyozo Hayami, of the Tokyo Metropolitan PD, has to figure out how a construction company executive was killed by a crossbow bolt in the unusual figure eight—shaped house that he shared with his parents and two siblings. Abiko combines laugh-out-loud humor with an ingenious murder plot in this extremely clever impossible crime novel. Set in 18th-century China, the superb third novel featuring librarian Li Du centers on the double murder of a factory owner and his wife. Bestseller Forsyth retires on a high note with this enthralling thriller detailing the nuts and bolts of modern espionage. Michael Hudson spends a lot of time reading while awaiting trial for armed robbery in a Washington, D. Edgar finalist Pelecanos delivers an unforgettable novel of crime, redemption, and the transformative power of the written word.