Goodreads Lists their 100 Mystery and Thriller Recommendations by Setting
Goodreads shares their recommendations for mysteries and thrillers based on setting. Which one will be your next spring read?
The famous old saying about real estate, it turns out, can be a useful way to parse books in the mystery and thriller categories. After all, a murder mystery needs a body (usually), and the body needs to be found in a particular place.
We’ve gathered below a specially curated list of mystery and thriller titles sorted according to the setting where the body is found. Or unearthed. Or stumbled upon. You’ll find some classic crime scenes here: the country house! the library! the locked room! But we’ve also found some locales that are surprisingly well-stocked with cadavers: on campus! in space! lost in time itself!
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