24 New Mysteries Readers Are Loving

Posted by Cybil on February 19, 2020
If you're looking for a new thriller that will keep you turning the pages long into the evening, you've come to the right place. To help you add more great mysteries to your Want to Read shelf, we took a look at the recently released mystery and thriller novels that are trending with our readers.

Below you'll find the books that are most anticipated in the genre published from December to now, and includes a search for a missing sister, the search for a sister's killer, a polygamist wife with some serious jealousy issues, and a plucky sleuth (and a ghost) looking for a magical girl in Victorian England. 
 

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Which new mystery are you looking forward to reading? Let's talk books in the comments!

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message 1: by kasar (new)

kasar I already had loads of these on my TBR lol 😂 Goes to show how much I love thrillers and mysteries.


message 2: by Amber (new)

Amber I hated The Wives!


message 3: by Gracie (new)

Gracie Amber wrote: "I hated The Wives!"
How could you hate a book that has so much suspense and thrilling content? That's sad...


message 4: by Gracie (new)

Gracie Maria wrote: "I already had loads of these on my TBR lol 😂 Goes to show how much I love thrillers and mysteries."

I do too!!! A lot of these books and other books that are like them are on my TBR, LOL!😂😉


message 5: by David (new)

David Maria wrote: "I already had loads of these on my TBR lol 😂 Goes to show how much I love thrillers and mysteries."

LOL me too. I had a third of these on my TBR list.


message 6: by Liz (new)

Liz Gracie wrote: "Amber wrote: "I hated The Wives!"
How could you hate a book that has so much suspense and thrilling content? That's sad..."


OMG, I loved The Wives thought was awesome!!


message 7: by Adele (new)

Adele Boynton Simone St. James is my fav!!!!


message 8: by Constantine (new)

Constantine From the list, I read The Look-Alike and it was just OK. And currently, I am reading When I Was You and it is not any better 😫😫😫😫


message 9: by Madeline (new)

Madeline Bianco Bloody Genius is what I’m reading right now. Anybody else reading it?


message 10: by Linda Rae (new)

Linda Rae Amber wrote: "I hated The Wives!"

I'm with you. I read the first 2 chapters of this trashy novel and that was enough!


message 11: by Jane (new)

Jane Leslie It just goes to show that the reason there are so many different types of books is because people's tastes are so different. I love science fiction but some of my friends find it unrealistic and boring. Oh well, with an ebook library card, I can try them and just return them if they don't interest me. I can't believe how much money I've saved on books since I began to use "Libby"! It's so much better to borrow than to buy!


message 12: by Erica (new)

Erica When I Was You looks interesting.


message 13: by Tuesday (new)

Tuesday Simmons Jane wrote: "It just goes to show that the reason there are so many different types of books is because people's tastes are so different. I love science fiction but some of my friends find it unrealistic and bo..."

YESSS I love Libby!!


message 14: by Paula W (new)

Paula W Linda Rae wrote: "Amber wrote: "I hated The Wives!"

I'm with you. I read the first 2 chapters of this trashy novel and that was enough!"


I made it all the way through. I hate read through the last dozen chapters or so but I finished it.


message 15: by Daniel (new)

Daniel Myers The Holdout was awful. No originality at all, not a single character that was likable enough to root for or unlikable enough to love to hate, and the twists were obvious and clunky.


message 16: by Bobby J McDaniel Jr (last edited Feb 20, 2020 07:34AM) (new)

Bobby J McDaniel Jr I Have Over 1200 Books but only a few of those 24 Books but I'm working on getting them. I'm Currently Reading "Evil Stalks The Night" Almost with That. I'l be finished tonight or Very Quickly Tomorrow


Bobby J McDaniel Jr Ivy wrote: "God  bless Ogun for his marvelous work in my life, I was diagnosed of HIV since 2015 and I was taking my medications, I wasn't satisfied i needed to get the hiv out of my system, I searched about s..."

What does that have to do with the 24 books people are reading


message 18: by Georgina (new)

Georgina N I've added all these to my tbr list without even reading the summaries . I'm sure all of them will be huge page-turners.Can't wait to buy all of them!


message 19: by Sophie (new)

Sophie Maria wrote: "I already had loads of these on my TBR lol 😂 Goes to show how much I love thrillers and mysteries."

Same here!


message 20: by Sophie (new)

Sophie Jane wrote: "It just goes to show that the reason there are so many different types of books is because people's tastes are so different. I love science fiction but some of my friends find it unrealistic and bo..."

Me too. I borrow, read, and then return. If I really like a book, I can always buy a copy later on.


message 21: by Jessica (new)

Jessica Adele wrote: "Simone St. James is my fav!!!!"

Yes! Simone St James is one of my favourite authors now. I absolutely adore her post-WWI stuff, but Sun Down Motel was also really good! (I had an advance reader copy)


message 22: by Isabel Catherine (new)

Isabel Catherine Gillham The Wives was terrible. it was so trashy. The writing was juvenile and the plot had the potential to be interesting but it went down this bad hole of irredeemable plot points and predictable twists.


message 23: by Nilufer (new)

Nilufer Ozmekik I nearly read all of these books from the list. “Long Bright River”, “The Other People”, “Sun Down Motel” are my winners. Also “Things in Jar” is unique and well-written book and I’d like to read more from the author.


message 24: by Ryan (new)

Ryan Really looking forward to getting into Mysteries for 2020!


Cheryl Huntebrinker I thought Long Bright River was great!


message 26: by Juliet (new)

Juliet Smith If you're looking for a Gothic mystery, I'd recommend the Darkling Bride.


Bobby J McDaniel Jr Juliet wrote: "If you're looking for a Gothic mystery, I'd recommend the Darkling Bride."

Are you referring to this book The Darkling Bride: A Novel By Laura Anderson @11.99 it be while before I can Pick it Up. It's On My wishlish

I Have Over 1236 Books. Most I Paid $0 for


message 28: by Megha (last edited Feb 22, 2020 11:12PM) (new)

Megha I am going through a new entry The Curse To Ashwathama not mentioned in the list. Not done with it yet, but the book is too good. I don't know how to get it listed here.


Bobby J McDaniel Jr Megha wrote: "I am going through a new entry "The Curse To Ashwathama", not mentioned in the list. Not done with it yet, but the book is too good. I don't know how to get it listed here."

The Curse To Ashwathama By Neeraj Bharti

Print Length: 321 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publication Date: January 5, 2020
Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
Language: English
ASIN: B07ZQQPYXF
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
X-Ray:
Not Enabled
Word Wise: Enabled
Lending: Enabled

If the info above is correct for the book you are reading. some of the info all you may to add book

While Not all of the info above but some you will need you Just add the book


message 30: by Megha (new)

Megha Bobby J McDaniel Jr wrote: "Megha wrote: "I am going through a new entry "The Curse To Ashwathama", not mentioned in the list. Not done with it yet, but the book is too good. I don't know how to get it listed here."

The Curs..."


I am reading the Ebook, not the print book. But I reckon it is the same book, the author is the one you had written above - Neeraj Bharti. So above information should be the correct one.


Bobby J McDaniel Jr This book is Listed On Goodreads. I'm not what you by listed Here. Unless you mean on the 24 book list. It does not look like something I would want to read. It would be unlikely you find a book that is not listed in the Goodreads site. I Have 1200 eBooks/Kindle Books & are listed on goodreads. Most of them are Unabridged Kindle edition eBooks which Means they everything the Print edition Has. I 3 Kindle in Motion eBooks. They have Cool Illustrations. I think they will all have the Kindle in motion Feature but it could take a while before that happens.


message 32: by Salt (new)

Salt AÜMİNYUM Ashwathama", not mentioned in the list. Not done with it yet, but the book is too good. I don't know how to get it listed here."
Alüminyum


Bobby J McDaniel Jr That list is Based on How Many people are reading the book. The List of 24 likely has large amount of people reading them. I'm not paying 11.99 for that book.


message 34: by Megha (new)

Megha I am not able to understand what do you mean by "24 likely"... is it some other website apart from GR, or just an odd vague number. And when you say "Many people", remember that even the "many" started with any "first" reader. The book is so good that I wished it could be listed here. But if it doesn't match any criterion, just forget it and don't sweat over it. Probably, these 24 books are JUST your priorities.


Bobby J McDaniel Jr The subject line is "24 New Mysteries Readers Are Loving" Those 24 books are based on how popular they on goodreads. The Book you are reading is not listed members of goodreads lists they are reading. Your book is listed on goodreads. I found it last night. you have the ebook. you have look at the other editions.


The Curse To Ashwathama

by Neeraj Bharti (Goodreads Author), Megha Bharti (Editor)

Rating details · 11 ratings · 9 reviews
Sahil, the son of Thakur Pratap Singh, the generous, well-respected chieftain of Ratnagiri, returns home after winning the annual rifle collegiate championship. After he spends a few fun-filled days, a hidden and dark truth gets unearthed to him that should have stayed a secret. A grisly trade of organ trafficking had gripped the village under its claws all these years. And to feed the trade, a few veiled men regularly kidnap and kill innocent villagers. In an interesting turn of events, Sahil joins hands with the racketeers. But things go for a spin when Khan, an honest police officer, joins the probe to nab him in a cat-and-mouse game.
Filled with deceit, the triangular love story lists an encounter with a yeti. A thrilling courtroom drama is sure to glue and bind the readers to their seats. And the two wonderfully played games of chess would enslave the chess lovers. (less)

ebook, 101 pages
Published January 5th 2020 by USHNAR

Kindle Edition, 321 pages
Published January 5th 2020

Paperback, 319 pages
Published January 1st 2020 by Neeraj Bharti

The Kindle and Paperback versions appear to be long. I do not Know why


message 36: by Megha (last edited Feb 23, 2020 02:49PM) (new)

Megha You are jumping the gun, Bobby. The subject line, as you said, is "24 New Mysteries Readers Are Loving" . It doesn't say Mysteries that are being read by "Many" users. Moreover, even if a novel is being read by many users, it doesn't mean it would be liked or loved by all those users. Users do give 1 or 2 stars as well.

Moreover, I see the blog posted by someone with the name "Cybil". I have seen your activity, you are replying to almost everyone who suggests any book that is not part of these 24 books, that makes you eligible to be flagged for spamming the users. Please go through the terms and conditions of GoodReads. As per what I understand, any reader (like me) is free to list his or her favorite Book in the mystery section, without caring if the book is part of 24 or not. Stop patronizing the readers, Bobby :)


Bobby J McDaniel Jr Typical Hateful Democrap.


message 38: by Megha (new)

Megha Bobby J McDaniel Jr wrote: "Typical Hateful Democrap."
Instead of answering my question, for which you have no answer, you are uttering these savage words. I am flagging your comment as spam. It is you who pushed in your butt in the conversation, violating the rules of GR.


message 39: by Leslie (new)

Leslie Thief River Falls was pretty good


message 40: by Cindi (new)

Cindi Adele wrote: "Simone St. James is my fav!!!!"

I agree! I love her books and really enjoyed this new one! Hope you like it :)


message 41: by Sophie (new)

Sophie I'm looking forward to reading,
The Glass Hotel by Emily St John Mandel
The Split by Sharon Bolton (always delivers)
He Started It by Samantha Downing (such wicked fun)

Enjoyed The Family by Louise Jenson....but
Perfect Little Children by Sophie Hannah was not one of her best!


message 42: by Laura (new)

Laura Already read them all ...


message 43: by Amanda (new)

Amanda Perrott The newest MW Craven is out this year too.


message 44: by Laura (new)

Laura Hi, I saw Libby was mentioned above...I'm a little off-topic, but can anyone tell me how to use Libby on my Kindle? I have it on my phone, but I prefer to read on my Kindle. TIA


message 45: by Monyhetsaonz (new)

Monyhetsaonz Do you have some more quotes about Indian Mahatama Gandhi? I am a big fan of him.

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