Top Mystery Picks to Read in 2023

1. A World of Curiosities

Spring has arrived and the Three Pines are emerging from a harsh winter. But not everything that is buried comes to life again. Not all slumbers resurface. But there is something. Armand Gamache and Jean-Guy Beauvoir grow anxious as the villagers prepare for a special celebration.

A young man and a young woman reappeared in the life of an investigator in Chelete, Quebec after many years. The two were young children when their concerned mother was murdered. Now they have arrived at the village of Three Pines. But for what? It brings back memories of the tragic incident that first brought Gamache and Beauvoir together. Did her mother’s murder hurt her beyond repair?

Are these terrible wounds that have been buried for decades festering and are about to erupt? As Chief Inspector Gamarsh tries to find answers , his concerns are heightened when a letter written by a long-deceased stonemason is discovered. In it, a man describes his horror when he built an attic out of bricks somewhere in the village. Every word of the 160-year-old letter is filled with horror. Once the room was found, the villagers decided to open it. Once the stone is removed, Gamarche, Beauvoir, and the villagers discover a strange world. However, the homicide detectives soon discover that there is more to this room than meets the eye.

There are puzzles within puzzles, with hidden messages warning of chaos and vengeance. Unsealing this room will release old enemies into their world. into her life. And to Armand Gamache’s house.

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2. All Good People Here

Everyone in Wakarusa, Indiana remembers the infamous incident of January Jacobs. January Jacobs was found in a ditch hours after her family woke up to find she was gone.Margot Davies was 6 years old at the time, the same age as January.

Twenty years later, Margot grew up and moved out to become a big city journalist. But she was always haunted by her feeling that it might have been her. And worst of all, the January killer was never brought to justice. When Margot returned home to care for her uncle after being diagnosed with early-onset dementia, it felt like she stepped into a time capsule. , friendly, oppressed and secretive.

Then came news from a neighboring town that 5-year-old Natalie Clarke had gone missing in circumstances eerily similar to her January. With all the old feelings returning, Margot vows to find Natalie and solve January’s murder. But the police, Natalie’s family, and the townspeople all seem to be hiding something. And the deeper Margot delves into Natalie’s disappearance, the more resistance she encounters and the colder January’s case feels. are the same person? And what would it cost to finally find out what really happened that night 20 years ago?

Crooked, chilling, intense, all good people What can your neighbor do when you think no one is watching?

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3. The Bangalore Detectives Club

The first in a charming and bright crime series set in 1920s Bangalore. It stars sari-wearing detective Kaveri and her husband Ram. Perfect for fans of Alexander McCall Smith’s The No. 1 Princess Detective Agency.

Clever and wayward Kaveri moves to Bangalore to marry handsome young doctor Ram and settle into her quiet life. But on the night of her party at the Century Club, she escapes to her garden in search of peace and quiet. After 30 minutes, the party turns into a crime scene. When a vulnerable woman is found to be involved in a crime, Kaveri decides to rescue her, following a trail from a famous brothel to an Englishman’s mansion, going to a private house to find the killer.

She soon discovers that if she has a knack for math, a sense of logic, and is a doctor for her husband, it won’t be too difficult to detect in Sally. ..and she’ll need them all when a case takes her deep into a hotbed of danger, chaos and intrigue in Bangalore’s darkest streets.

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