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READERS' ADVISORY - MYSTERY

Welcome to the new Readers' Advisory section. Here you will find tons of resources to help you choose your next book! We are currently featuring Mystery novels. However, check back as we continue to update this section with even more reading choices!

General
The below websites contain wide range of information and web resources about mystery/detective fiction.

  • Looking for a Mystery?  (maintained by a school librarian)
    Reviews and aids to mystery novel selection including lists of newly published books, blog and wiki links, and more.

  • Stop, You’re Killing Me!
    A great resource for lovers of mystery, crime, thriller, spy, and suspense books. We list over 3,500 authors, with chronological lists of their books (over 39,000 titles), both series (3,900+) and non-series.

  • Murder on the Internet (Springfield Public Library, MA)
    Searchable databases related to the study of detective fiction in a variety of media – print, film, and television
     
  • Mysterynet.com
    Is the place for online mysteries and mystery games. Every Month the site features See-n-Solve, Solve-it, Twist and Flash mysteries. Every Day: Get-a-Clue mini-mystery
     
  • Barnes & Noble Bookstore – Mystery & Crime
    A well known website that allows you to navigate through Best Sellers.
     
  • Taking the Mystery out of Mystery
    Since many mystery fans enjoy following the adventures of specific kinds of sleuths, we have highlighted five types of detectives. You will also find Web and print resources dealing with mystery fiction.

 

Read-alike :
(if you like ___, then you may also enjoy reading ____)

 

Award winning novels (Agatha Award, Edgar Award etc…):

 

Classic Mystery Authors:

 

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