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The crime genre includes the broad selection of books on criminals and the court system, but the most common focus is investigations and sleuthing. Mystery novels are usually placed into this category, although there is a separate division for "crime". Hard Case Crime is one example.

Most Read This Week Tagged "Crime"

The President Is Missing
A Merciful Silence (Mercy Kilpatrick, #4)
The Fallen (Amos Decker, #4)
Something in the Water
Takeoff (Seth Walker #1)
Bones Don't Lie (Morgan Dane #3)
The Couple Next Door
Bring Me Back
The Summer Children (The Collector, #3)
I Am Watching You
Twisted Prey (Lucas Davenport, #28)
The Girl on the Train
Camino Island
The 17th Suspect (Women's Murder Club, #17)
The Dry (Aaron Falk, #1)
Her Last Goodbye (Morgan Dane #2)
The Midnight Line (Jack Reacher, #22)
After Anna
Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI
In a Dark, Dark Wood
Two Kinds of Truth (Harry Bosch, #20; Harry Bosch Universe, #30)
Stillhouse Lake (Stillhouse Lake, #1)
Don't Let Go
The Child
The Retreat
I've Got My Eyes on You
Roses of May (The Collector, #2)
Force of Nature (Aaron Falk, #2)
The Body Reader (Detective Jude Fontaine Mysteries #1)
The Speed of Sound (Speed of Sound Thrillers, #1)
Close to Home (DI Adam Fawley, #1)
Her Last Word
Hard Road (Jon Reznick, #1)
A Merciful Secret (Mercy Kilpatrick, #3)
The Word Is Murder
The Wife
The Late Show (Renée Ballard, #1; Harry Bosch Universe, #29)
Our House
The Fix (Amos Decker, #3)
Hard Wired (Jon Reznick, #3)
Twist of Faith
To the Bridge: A True Story of Motherhood and Murder
It Ends with Her
The Mars Room
He Said/She Said
The Last Thing She Ever Did
The Gray Ghost (Fargo Adventure, #10)
Red Alert (NYPD Red, #5)
Magpie Murders
The Broken Girls
Justice Redeemed (Darren Street #1)
A Merciful Truth (Mercy Kilpatrick, #2)
Turbulence (Stone Barrington #46)
True Fiction (Ian Ludlow Thrillers #1)
The One
Come A Little Closer (DCI Tom Douglas #7)
Malevolent (Shaye Archer #1)
Hold Still (Jocelyn Rush, #1)
Hard Kill (Jon Reznick, #2)
The Wrong Side of Goodbye (Harry Bosch, #19; Harry Bosch Universe, #28)
Seconds to Live (Scarlet Falls #3)
Behind Her Eyes
The Whistler (The Whistler, #1)
The Guilty Wife
The Lullaby Girl (Angie Pallorino, #2)
A Quiet Life in the Country (Lady Hardcastle Mysteries #1)
The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row
Need to Know
Close to Home (Tracy Crosswhite, #5)
Sunburn
The Marriage Lie
Spilled Milk
16th Seduction (Women's Murder Club, #16)
Private Princess (Private, #14)
Minutes to Kill (Scarlet Falls, #2)
Trespassing
The Woman in the Woods (Charlie Parker, #16)
The Good Girl
Bone Music (Burning Girl, #1)
The Cutting Edge (Lincoln Rhyme, #14)
Beware the Past
Swansong (DI Nick Dixon #4)
Kickback (DI Nick Dixon #3)
Haunted (Michael Bennett, #10)
Head In The Sand (DI Nick Dixon #2)
The Widow
The Punishment She Deserves (Inspector Lynley #20)
The Neon Lawyer (Brigham Theodore, #1)
Jar of Hearts
A Crime of Passion (Joe Dillard #7)
Her Final Breath (Tracy Crosswhite, #2)
The Kept Woman (Will Trent, #8)
Truth Be Told (Rogue Justice #2)
Look For Me (Detective D.D. Warren, #9)
Neighborly
No Safe Place (Detective Lottie Parker, #4)
Losing Leah Holloway (Claire Fletcher, #2)
The Fear
Mr. Mercedes (Bill Hodges Trilogy, #1)
Only Child

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You've a pretty good nerve," said Ratchett. "Will twenty thousand dollars tempt you?" It will not." If you're holding out for more, you won't get it. I know what a thing's worth to me." I, also M. Ratchett." What's wrong with my proposition?" Poirot rose. "If you will forgive me for being personal - I do not like your face, M. Ratchett," he said.
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