Three mystery series combine genres to feature women as the primary detective in historical fiction stories and produce unlikely heroes for their day.
Revisit your favorite mystery and detective books from 2018 with three of our favorites.
Writer Janet Evanovich returns with the newest in her comic, mystery bounty hunter series marking number 25, entitled Look Alive Twenty-Five, in its books titled by the number format.
The fourth novel of the Strike Cormoran series arrives to libraries soon with the detective investigating the story of a possible crime witnessed years earlier.
The contest for the best-loved American novel in "The Great American Read” appears staggering when judging from 100 different titles, but try to look at the 12 listed genres instead and go from there.
Journalist and former editor of the Hong Kong Bird Watching Society Magazine Steve Burrows has created an award-winning mystery series with a birdwatching detective set in a small town in Norfolk in the United Kingdom.
Up and coming Detective Renée Ballard, working the late shift with its limited work detail, gives in to passionate motives to pursue additional crime cases.
Writer Walter Mosley new novel introduces a new private investigator working an extremely personal case.
With the recent death of writer Sue Grafton and the end of her long-running "Kinsey Millhone" series, are there other earthy, realistic female private eye series to read?
Writer Attica Locke's new book "Bluebird, Bluebird: a novel" has been selected as a top mystery book of the year by two separate newspaper critics' lists. It is the only title on both.