Saturday, April 15, 2006

Mystery Book Reviews - Master List

This is a list of the mystery books I've reviewed. Most of the mystery books I've reviewed so far, tend to be of the cozy mystery type. With time I'm sure this will expand. I've put the "type" of mystery in brackets after the author's name, as an FYI.

* Interior Motives: a Deadly Décor Mystery - Ginny Aiken (cozy)

* And Only to Deceive - Tasha Alexander (historical)

* One Good Turn: a Novel - Kate Atkinson

* Empire of Light - David Czuchlewski (psychological)

* The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters: a Novel - Gordon Dahlquist (gothic suspense)

* The Keep - Jennifer Egan (gothic suspense)

* The Cruel Stars of the Night: a Mystery - Kjell Eriksson (police procedural)

* Bad Blood - Linda Fairstein (legal)

* Sins and Needles: a Needlecraft mystery - Monica Ferris (cozy)

* A Beautiful Blue Death - Charles Finch (historical)

* Volk's Game - Brent Ghelfi (thriller)

* Lake of Sorrows - Erin Hart

* Waking Lazarus - T.L. Hines (Christian psychological thriller)

* The Mystic Arts of Erasing All Signs of Death - Charlie Huston (noir)

* Sonnet of the Sphinx - Diane Killian (cozy)

* The Monsters of Gramery Park – Danny Leigh (psychological)

* Conduct in Question - Mary E. Martin (legal)

* Final Paradox - Mary E. Martin (legal)

* The Oxford Murders - Guillermo Martínez

* How to Marry a Ghost - Hope McIntyre

* Season of the Witch - Natasha Mostert (gothic suspense)

* Saving Cascadia - John J. Nance (thriller)

* Find Me: a Mallory novel - Carol O'Connell (police procedural)

* Sisters on the Case - edited by Sara Paretsky

* Nineteen Seventy-Four - David Peace (noir)

* Special Topics in Calamity Physics - Marisha Pessl

* Angelica - Arthur Phillips (historical)

* Secret Asset - Stella Rimington (espionage)

* Friend of the Devil - Peter Robinson (police procedural)

* The Interpretation of Murder: a Novel - Jed Rubenfeld (historical)

* A Deadly Yarn - Maggie Sefton (cozy)

* The Thirteenth Tale: a Novel - Diane Setterfield (literary)

* Murder by the Slice - Livia J. Washburn (cozy)

* The Bullet Trick - Louise Welsh (psychological)

* The Blind Assassins - Robert Wilson (police procedural)


Anonymous said...

If you are ready for something not for the cozy crowd try Leading Lady by Heywood Gould. He wrote books and screenplays of Fort Apache, The Bronx, Boys From Brazil and Double Bang. I could not put it down. But it ain't winning any Agatha Awards.

nerinossa said...

Most of the mystery books I've reviewed so far, tend to be of the cozy mystery type