Better than reading romantic medieval stories on the beach is jumping between the covers of a tense thriller. Good mysteries make us cringe, which is a welcome change with the unusually large number of heat waves that are diligently flooding us this year. In the article you will find a list of 6 thrillers and mysteries that you must read.
6 thrillers and mysteries you must read:
The Hermit (Thomas Rydahl)
Danish writer Thomas Rydahl takes us into the world of a taxi driver and a piano tuner who tries to solve the murder of a baby. The mystery takes place in the Canary Islands, which are the perfect backdrop for a tense yet cozy summer read.
Black Water Lilies (Michel Bussi)
The new bestseller by the popular French writer Michel Bussi will not disappoint you in any way. Once you start reading this suspenseful novel, you won't be able to put it down.
Airplane Without Her (Michel Bussi)
After you read Black Water Lilies, you will definitely want to read another Bussi crime novel - and this one is also available in a Slovenian translation. The plane crashes in the Swiss Alps. All passengers except the baby die in the accident. Why this is so becomes clear only two decades after the accident.
Into the Water (Paula Hawkins)
After the successful novel The Girl on the Train, the writer Paula Hawkins inspires with the book Into the Water. The story follows the death of two girls who died a few months apart in the same river.
The Owl Always Hunts at Night (Samuel Bjork)
Detectives Holger Munch and Mia Kruger investigate the murder of a woman who was a prisoner before her death. You won't discover the truth until the last page.
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The Woman in Cabin 10 (Ruth Ware)
Some critics place this book alongside the famous novel Murder on the Orient Express. Lo Blacklock is a travel journalist who receives an invitation to an exclusive cruise around Scandinavia. One night, from the cabin next door, he hears a stranger pushing a woman over the fence into the sea. However, everyone else on the ship ensures that the next cabin is empty the entire way.