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Deadly Odds 5.0 by Allen Wyler

Title: Deadly Odds 5.0Author: Allen WylerPublisher: Stairway PressGenre: Techno-Thriller, MysteryFirst Publication: 2022Language: English  Book Summary: Deadly Odds 5.0 by Allen Wyler In Wyler’s 5.0 installment of the Deadly Odds...

Over My Dead Body by Jeffrey Archer

Over My Dead Body opens just after the events of the book Turn a Blind Eye as DCI Warwick and his wife embark on a much-needed relaxing cruise together, which is their first genuine vacation in a long period.

Turn a Blind Eye by Jeffrey Archer

The events of "Turn a Blind Eye" by Jeffrey Archer begin immediately after the climax of the previous volume, Hidden in Plain Sight. Now in the year 1987, William Warwick has been promoted to the position of Detective Inspector.

Hidden in Plain Sight by Jeffrey Archer

The premise of Hidden in Plain Sight is, of course, very fantastic, with the squad focusing on the investigation of a drug lord while also tackling some unfinished business from the Art and Antiquities Squad.
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Juiced: A Whidbey Adventure by Ted Mulcahey

Juiced by Ted Mulcahey was a compelling, charming, fun, cozy read and a perfect escape. Excellent characters, a captivating mystery, and humour liberally placed throughout kept me entertained from beginning to end.

Thriller House: A Murder Mystery by K Patel

Thriller House by K Patel is a superb and intelligent homage to the Golden Age of Crime and draws on the work of writers like Agatha Christie and Edgar Allan Poe. It is structured to contain a story within a story. This means there is more than one mystery at play. The story is chock full of gory details, anagrams, parallels, and crafty twists.

Lies Look Like Love by Bijaya Kumar Mishra

Lies Look Like Love is a mind-bending whirligig of a novel that is fiendishly smart and full of twists and turns. It's a hall of mirrors where everything, even the people who live there, is a distorted image of themselves.

The Family Chao by Lan Samantha Chang

The story of the Chao family isn't just another murder mystery or a look at one particular family's history. Amazingly, this tale is home to a seemingly infinite number of themes and ideas.
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Never Say Never by Kaushal Patel

Never Say Never by Kaushal Patel is a bit different from the usual mysteries because of its in-depth character study and concentration on the evolution of emotions and behaviours, motives and intentions rather than the mystery itself.

Dark Matter by Blake Crouch

Title: Dark MatterAuthor: Blake CrouchPublisher: CrownGenre: Science fiction, Mystery thrillerFirst Publication: 2016Language: EnglishMajor Characters: Jason Dessen, Daniela Vargas Dessen, Amanda Lucas, Charlie DessenSetting Place: Chicago, Illinois (United States)  Book Summary:...

Bonded by Darkness by The Literary Yogi

Bonded by Darkness is a gripping, page-turner of a crime story with an opening scene that will leave you breathless. It is a well-written thriller with engaging characters.

The Indian Emerald by Archana Pathak

The Indian Emerald is an uplifting, atmospheric, informative tale about taking chances, moving on, and discovering one’s true self. I highly recommend it to fans of historical fiction with dual timelines.
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