Mystery Books to Read Online

Hair-raising, pulse-pounding, spine-shivering, nail-biting— you’ll never know what’s coming next. Be in the shoes of a detective or take a rollercoaster ride of action and emotion with these mystery novels to keep your nights as cold and as frightening as you want.

Sharp Objects

“Piercingly effective and genuinely terrifying.” - Kirkus Review

Interlaced in a blatantly disturbing exploration of psychological darkness, American author Gillian Flynn’s debut novel is one to creep into your nightmares. After years of self-harm and troubled childhood, young reporter Camille Parker moves out from psych hospital to cover the killings of young girls in her hometown. Brutally murdered, the victims were strangled and had all their teeth removed. And returning to her hometown, Wind Gap, means reuniting with her estranged and equally neurotic mother, as well as an unknown thirteen-year-old half-sister. Threaded with seemingly twisted and damaged characters, each page will move you to the edge and gnaw at your curiosity. As the protagonist attempts to unravel the grisly deaths, discoveries about the town’s dark and horrendous secrets would later arise from the surface. Enthralled with iffy twists and turns, fast-paced storytelling, and a touch of gruesome yet human madness on how people tend to digest pain differently, Sharp Objects is a pitch-black ride that will linger on your memory.

A spooky novel that will grip you tight

A spooky novel that will grip you tight

Arthur Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock towards a mysterious road of adventure

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

“Perfect bite-size treats… you’ll be hooked inside two pages.” --Independent

Before this book skyrocketed in television shows, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes had already been well-received since year 1892. Sherlock Holmes’ sharp-eyed and shrewd character, who is probably the most popular and well-loved private detective in the fictional world, had been played by different actors and adapted into several television series. Each written in an engaging and mind-blowing manner, the whole book is a collection of twelve short stories. In general, the stories centred in spotting and putting right social injustices in the society. Throughout the series, Sherlock Holmes is accompanied by Doctor Watson, his trusted assistant and companion, who serves as the narrator of each stories. Until now, this remains a classic work, plotted with compelling characters and an enigmatic storyline, unceasingly entangling readers in a suspenseful rapture.

An Innocent Client

"A well-crafted, compelling debut and Scott Pratt is a talent to watch.” – Jeff Abbott, National Bestselling Author of Collision

Cleverly written by Scott Pratt, “An Innocent Client” is the first book of the Joe Dillard Series. The bestselling debut circulates with the savvy criminal defense lawyer, Joe Dillard, and the shadowy case he had delved himself into. Having defended criminals for years, Joe Dillard is thirsty to look for one innocent client before quitting Law. Just in time, a waitress is suspected to having stabbed a preacher to death inside Tennessee motel. Believing the accused is innocent and trusting this is his chance to represent one, Dillard unwaveringly commits himself into the case despite personal and professional problems dragging him into peril. Rich and smartly penned, this book will leave readers anticipating for the rest of the eight book series.

An Innocent Client

A gavel for the truth

The Name of  the Rose

A humdinger of its kind

The Name of the Rose

“Like the labyrinthine library at its heart, this brilliant novel has many cunning passages and secret chambers . . . Fascinating . . . ingenious . . . dazzling.” – Newsweek

Few books depict life in profundity, and this, definitely is one of them. Umberto Eco’s masterpiece is a bewildering voyage into the High Middle Ages; a historical, mystery fiction with an apt storytelling encompassing around faith, reason, art, religion, sexuality and politics. An outstanding novel not to be taken lightly— the name of the rose holds a passage into another time. With combined semiotics, literary theory, medieval studies and biblical analysis, the plot navigates with Brother William of Baskerville, who is set out to investigate a suspected heresy among Franciscans in the abbey and the unusual deaths of seven people. In his quest, the protagonist carries around him his superior logic, innovation and curiosity to unknot the mysteries of the abbey. Comparable as the medieval Sherlock Holmes, the novel naturally engrosses readers with its exquisite characterizations, multifaceted discussions, and a bewildering murder mystery like no other.

The Silent Corner

"This gripping thriller grabs readers from the first few pages and sweeps them along to the rousing finale.”—Booklist

Bestselling author Dean Koontz is out for a newly-released jam-packed ride of suspense and action with his latest, page-turning novel, The Silent Corner. FBI agent Jane Hawk, a fresh and fiery heroin is a revelation that leaves readers spellbound. “I very much need to be dead.”—these were the last words left behind by Jane Hawk’s husband before committing suicide. Such aftermath, including a strange surge of suicide rate, leads 27-year-old Jane to investigate and find the truth at all costs. As the fearless heroin embark on a dangerous mission, nothing is certain except the wild fact that she is on the run. Named as the country’s biggest fugitive, ruthless and powerful enemies will hunt her down, including her five-year-old son, and a series of explosive secrets of government corruption, conspiracies, espionage and technological terrorism will surface on a clearer view. Crammed with believable and appealing characters; unpredictable and edge-of-your-seat plot, The Silent Corner is a flame for your adrenaline rush.

The Silent Corner

Dean Koontz newest bestseller

And Then There Were None

The finger of death

And Then There Were None

“The whole thing is utterly impossible and utterly fascinating. It is the most baffling mystery Agatha Christie has ever written.”- New York Times

A worldwide phenomenon believed as Agatha Christie’s outstanding masterpiece, “And Then There Were None” is the bestselling crime novel of all time. A doctor, a police officer, a judge, a retired general and other cluster of society— all ten assorted into one, received a letter inviting them for a supposed holiday on a remote island of Devon. Each are strangers with one another, and the only thing bounding them is one grisly past they’re all trying to hide. Unknown to their knowledge, their host is a nameless millionaire — with a plan. Diving deep into their holiday, a horrifying surprise awaits them— one by one until there’s none. As trapped as the characters in the eerie island, readers will find it as hard to escape in this bewitching mystery novel.

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