Category Archives: Mystery Books

One of the unique things about the best mystery books is the ability to engage the reader. The mystery controls the mind in such a way that it becomes almost impossible to put it down.
There are a lot of reasons one should give this genre a try if they haven’t done it already. The most obvious one is the killer suspense and the way our mind imagines all the possible scenarios. You’d be surprised when you find out how well can your mind play Sherlock.
The thrilling plots of this genre are fun and interesting to read. They are so amazing that they often introduce new worlds, characters, and concepts.
The attention to detail is also a necessity with these genres. Another beautiful thing about the best mystery books is that they always talk about something unknown. As we begin the journey to unravel the main plot with clues given to us so that we can fill the pieces of the jigsaw. It’s gripping and the suspense is maintained throughout.

Uncover the Suspense

The best Mystery novels are constructed so that they contain plenty of clues. Although, many are written to make the mystery difficult to solve for the fictional detective.
The ending of a mystery novel is one thing that makes its reader complete ASAP. It is fun to retrace the steps that led to the solution.
These books are enjoyed by readers of all age groups. Young readers develop a habit of paying attention to detail and older readers often enjoy the opportunity to escape reality. Such novels are multipurpose as they are not only informative but also entertaining.
In our opinion, you should definitely try this genre once. I believe a reader’s experience is incomplete without a Suspense, Mystery, or Thriller. So, grab one of these amazing books as soon as possible for a rollercoaster ride.

The Society of Necessities Book Review

The Society of Necessities book review

To the readers of Booksloveme Publishers, we present you The Society of Necessities Book review authored by Christopher Bowron; a paranormal activity-based book. A chance inheritance for Daniel from a mysterious relative turns into a saga spanning across continents and transcending centuries. Author Christopher Bowron is back with another thriller- The Society of Necessities. In […]

The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy: Book Review

The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy

The God of Small Things is an award-winning novel by Arundhati Roy. The story is set in Ayemenem, India, and moves back and forth between 1969 and 1993. Defining what the book is about would be a disgrace. It is an intricately woven tale of nothing specific and everything at once. It contains the raw […]

The Da Vinci Code Book by Dan Brown: Book Review

Da vinci code book review

The Da Vinci Code book is a mystery thriller by the master of thrillers himself, Dan Brown. It came out in 2003 and remained to be widely recommended, read, and studied. It is the second novel featuring the famous symbologist Professor Langdon. The first was Angels and Demons, which came out in 2000. The book […]

A Murder on Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey

A murder on malabar hill book review

A Murder on Malabar Hill is a thrilling story. It is a prolific journey of the first female lawyer in Bombay. One can study the text from different angles as it deals with various themes. Set in pre-independence period, this tale pictures a very different India. While the world practised patriarchy, the protagonist embarks her […]

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte : Book Review


Wuthering Heights is a novel by Emily Bronte, published in 1847 under the false name “Ellis Bell”. It is her only completed work of fiction before she died in 1848. At the time, the book met with a lot of controversies due to its stark depiction of physical and mental cruelty.  Wuthering Heights also challenged […]

Manuscript Found in Accra by Paulo Coelho

Manuscript Found in Accra

Manuscript Found in Accra by Paulo Coelho; a pure book review is available here. I don’t know why it took me so long to finish this book. It is a rather thin copy with a mere 190 pages. My copy was the uncorrected proof version. I began reading this in early January but only managed […]