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Crime scene. Do not enter.
Good crime fiction is one that leaves you panting for breath. It engulfs you with its eerie characteristics. And what’s better than the below crime novels to start with? Some page-turners for you to read late at night while the whole world is quiet…
Redemption by David Baldacci
Amos Becker meets the first person he arrested while he was a budding detective. The man is Meryl Hawkins who claims that he is innocent. Becker decides to reopen the closed files. What was hidden years back starts to resurface. Was Becker wrong all the time? Or, is there more to the case?
Little Deaths by Emma Flint
Ruth’s children are dead. Clumsy, coquettish letters from several men and flimsy clothes point Ruth. The town has come to believe it’s the bad mother who is the accused. Then comes Pete who takes a devoted interest in the case. What he finds may frame Ruth as the femme fatale, an innocent, or any other dark truth in the case.
The Other End of the Line by Andrea Camilleri
Swarms of refugees storm the Sicilian Coast. Inspector Montalbano is at the port to guard the crowd. Meanwhile, a famous dressmaker in town, Elena is found murdered. Montalbano has to control the refuges at the port as well as find the accused.
The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins
Lady Verinder inherits a diamond from her uncle for her birthday. Little did she know that the stone was acquired in ways it shouldn’t be. And thus, starts a trail of hidden mystery, and past of the diamond. Who thought a diamond would be so powerful to hold so many secrets together?
The Flower Girls by Alice Clark-Platts
Laurel and Rosie’s past was dark. The two sisters aka the flower girls torment and kill a two-year-old toddler. Back to the present, Laurel is stuck with her court case. Hazel, the new identity of Rosie makes history repeat itself. A psychological thriller that brims with twists and turns.
The Black Echo by Michael Connelly
Harry Bosch is in charge of a death case. He finds out that the victim is his old mate. What seemed like death due to drug overdose was a murder. Harry starts his trail to get hold of the accused. His seniors want him out of the case while the foes want him dead. Harry Bosch will remain as one of the finest crime fiction characters.
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson
Mikael Blomkvist and Lisbeth Salander merge their way through a missing person case. The corruption case goes far beyond and touches the crux of Swedish society. Lisbeth is the epitome of femme-fatale.
When was the last time you read a crime fiction novel?