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Adult Winter Reading Program: Mystery/Suspense Titles

Cross the Line
Cross the Line by James Patterson (Mystery/Suspense)
love alex cross dective books -- Added by lesliecarothers on 02/20/2017

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The Whistler
The Whistler by John Grisham (Mystery/Suspense)
fast pace, exciting reading enjoy -- Added by lesliecarothers on 02/20/2017

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You
You by Caroline Kepnes (Mystery/Suspense)
Interesting. Not a page turning gripping read but enough that I wanted to finish the story. -- Added by Jammin' Reader on 02/20/2017

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Blood on Snow
Blood on Snow by Jo Nesbo (Mystery/Suspense)
If you like Nesbo's longer works, you will love this short novel. Great characters and a surprise ending. -- Added by willwep on 02/19/2017

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Sworn to Silence
Sworn to Silence by Linda Castillo (Mystery/Suspense)
Really graphic and gory but a good book -- Added by JoannChambers6814 on 02/19/2017

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Malicious
Malicious by James Patterson (Mystery/Suspense)
I liked the new character and the storyline was great. The storyline also moved at a quick pace. There was a lot of action in a small book. -- Added by 21690200273848 on 02/19/2017

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Bump in the Night
Bump in the Night by Colin Watson (Mystery/Suspense)
Someone is setting off explosions in the town of Chalmesbury and it's only an annoyance at first, but then someone is killed. Chief Inspector Larch is mystified at first and then reaches an easy but erroneous conclusion after the death. Inspector Purbright is called in as an adviser from headquarters and the real investigation begins. A follow-up to Watson's book COFFIN, SCARCELY USED, this book has many sprinkles of typically wry British humor, but the ending is a little sad. -- Added by ERobinson on 02/19/2017

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Murder in Mykonos
Murder in Mykonos by Jeffrey Siger (Mystery/Suspense)
This is the first book in a series of mysteries featuring detective Andreas Kaldis, set in various locales in Greece. This book is set on the island of Mykonos, a tourist mecca. Several young Scandinavian women go missing, and when the body of one is found, it uncovers other remains from a long series of murders. The author sets the scene well--the reader can really picture the locale and the culture. The detective must outwit a very clever killer and outmaneuver all the political powers who have their own agendas. -- Added by ERobinson on 02/18/2017

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The Ex
The Ex by Alafair Burke (Mystery/Suspense)
A great mystery, quick read with lots of twists! -- Added by passionack on 02/18/2017

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Statue of Limitations
Statue of Limitations by Tamar Myers (Mystery/Suspense)
This is a cozy mystery in the Den of Antiquity series. The sleuth is an antique dealer. The setting is Charleston, SC. The story moved at a good pace. It was interesting to get a little inside look into the social strata of Charleston. -- Added by thewritejim on 02/18/2017

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Cross My Heart
Cross My Heart by James Patterson (Mystery/Suspense)
Creepiest Alex Cross mystery yet. And.... a cliffhanger. Wait for the next book to find out what happens. -- Added by Caffeine girl on 02/17/2017

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Takedown
Takedown by Brad Thor (Mystery/Suspense)
Great book! One of Thor's best! -- Added by bault on 02/17/2017

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Acqua Alta
Acqua Alta by Donna Leon (Mystery/Suspense)
A Commissario Guido Brunetti mystery set in Venice about theft of art and artifacts. -- Added by Judy on 02/17/2017

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Zapped
Zapped by Carol Higgins Clark (Mystery/Suspense)
This is a light mystery set in New York City when a power outage occurs. Newlyweds Regan & Jack Reilly return from a vacation and find their Tribeca apartment has been broken into. An actress returns from a successful theater run in England and is told by her wealthy husband that he is divorcing her and has sold their Tribeca apartment to the Reillys who live next door. A gallery in SoHo is robbed of highly valuable glass sculptures, and a business convention attendee deserts a colleague at a bar, disappearing in a cab with a handsome stranger. These diverse plots and numerous supporting characters are woven together to a satisfying conclusion. This is the 11th in a long series about Regan Reilly by this author, the daughter of Mary Higgins Clark. -- Added by ERobinson on 02/16/2017

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And Thereby Hangs a Tale
And Thereby Hangs a Tale by Jeffrey Archer (Mystery/Suspense)
Some very entertaining short stories. Some with twists you expect and others catch you off guard. -- Added by foamking on 02/16/2017

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