It's Mystery and Thriller Week 2021 on Goodreads!

Posted by Sharon on April 5, 2021
Mystery Week 2021
 
No red herrings here! Join us for Mystery and Thriller Week as we celebrate the genre's unreliable narrators, creepy culprits, spectacular suspects, and daring detectives.



 

 
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What will you be reading for Mystery and Thriller Week?
 
Let us know in the comments!
 
 

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message 1: by Emma (new)

Emma Gone Girl!


message 2: by E.L. (new)

E.L. Journey 5


message 3: by L.G. (new)


message 4: by Armand (new)

Armand The Killings at Kingfisher Hill


message 5: by Maral (new)

Maral Goudarzi The Collector by John Fowles


message 6: by Juan (new)

Juan Amando After the War by Hervé Le Corre


message 7: by Aditya (new)

Aditya Aman Later by Stephen King


message 8: by Samaneh (new)

Samaneh all the Agatha Christie novels plus Rebecca


message 9: by Mary (new)

Mary Heartbreak Hotel


message 10: by Cinnamonbunny (new)

Cinnamonbunny And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie


message 12: by Iffat Nusaiba (new)

Iffat Nusaiba Samaneh wrote: "all the Agatha Christie novels plus Rebecca"

Me too guurrl


message 15: by Noble (new)

Noble Dias The Alienist


message 16: by Aalekh (new)

Aalekh Jain Murder on the orient express


message 18: by Noemi (new)

Noemi Valics The Lost Apothecary


message 19: by Putu (new)

Putu Diah Fifty Fifty by Steve Cavanagh


message 20: by Robyn (last edited Apr 05, 2021 05:22AM) (new)

Robyn Goodmanham I'm reading the 1970s trawler murder mystery, A North Sea Tale by Chris Speck https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/5...


message 21: by Rosalinda (new)

Rosalinda I'm reading "Omicidia a Whitehall" by Sarah Pinborough!
(https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2...) so excited!


message 22: by Yash (new)

Yash Cinnamonbunny wrote: "And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie"
Ayyye Same


message 23: by Borislav (last edited Apr 05, 2021 05:44AM) (new)

Borislav Beldev This week more like "Dreamcatcher" by Stephen King for me... Not so crime or thriller but...kinda supernatural thriller :D


message 24: by Jonathan (new)

Jonathan The Hangman's Daughter series.


message 25: by Clarissa Rose (new)

Clarissa Rose Figura The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer!


message 26: by Yusuf (new)

Yusuf  Jarrar Reading Later by Stephen King soon...


message 27: by Bernadett (last edited Apr 05, 2021 06:08AM) (new)

Bernadett I'm gonna read Barbibébi for this week.


message 28: by Robynne (new)

Robynne Lozier I need to read more cozy mysteries!!


message 30: by Emilia (new)

Emilia Later (by Stephen King) and The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (by Agatha Christie)


Two Envelopes and a Phone Depraved Heart by Patricia Cornwell, and then Checkmate to Murder by E. C. R. Lorac.


message 33: by Elaine (last edited Apr 05, 2021 07:32AM) (new)

Elaine I'm reading the Sunny Randall series by Robert B. Parker. On book #8 book in the series, Grudge Match. Also The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner and Loyalty by Ingrid
Thoft.


message 34: by Stephanie (new)

Stephanie Magpie Murders


message 35: by Euna (new)

Euna The Silent Patient


message 36: by Rocio (new)

Rocio Voncina When you talk about mistery and thriller and the list doesn't include Agatha Christie..




message 37: by Arman (new)

Arman Waggoner Lemony Snicket's All the Wrong Questions and The 39 Clues: Doublecross


message 38: by Gergely (new)

Gergely Not your typical A.A. Milne, check out The Red House Mystery...


message 39: by cindy (new)

cindy The 39 steps


message 40: by Martha (last edited Apr 05, 2021 08:30AM) (new)

Martha Barghusen Foster Either Later or Hearts in Atlantis by Stephen King. Right now I'm reading The Greyhound of the Baskervilles: A New Take on A Classic Mystery, an amusing take on the classic.


message 41: by Gyanvi (new)

Gyanvi Agarwal Bloodline


message 43: by Paul (new)

Paul For #IndieApril...?

76 and the Odd 93


message 44: by Judy (new)

Judy The whisper man !


message 45: by Juan Fernando (new)

Juan Fernando  Acosta Guess I'll read Pretend you don't see her by Mary Higgins Clark


message 46: by Kasey (new)

Kasey Wells Deception by Gaslight by Kate Belli


message 47: by Kris (new)

Kris Way ahead of you, I've been reading whodunnits for the last three months.
I am currently working my way through:

Nameless Detective series by Bill Pronzini
Antony Maitland series by Sara Woods
Hazard & Somerset books by Gregory Ashe
Adrien English books by Josh Lanyon
just to name a few :D


message 48: by Philip (new)

Philip Elliott My darkly comic hardboiled mystery novel Porno Valley comes out in August, the follow-up to Nobody Move which won Best First Novel in the Arthur Ellis Awards. It would be awesome if interested readers added it to their Goodreads or maybe even pre-ordered it and made my day!

Right now myself, I'm about to read book #3 of Joe Ide's amazing IQ series.


message 49: by Amy (new)

Amy Great week to start Murder on the Orient Express by Ms. Christie. Currently on Audible Never Have I Ever by Joshilyn Jackson.


message 50: by Christina (last edited Apr 05, 2021 11:40AM) (new)

Christina All copies of Moonflower Murders by Anthony Horowitz are in use at my library. Apparently the Mystery & Thriller week promotion is to sell recent stories of those genres. I will read Oscar Wilde and the Return of Jack the Ripper: An Oscar Wilde Mystery by Gyles Daubeney Brandreth as it's a physical book that I borrowed from the library and didn't have to wait weeks or months to get.


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