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Agatha Christie! Agatha Christie (2009)
The Murder of Roger Ackroyd: A Hercule Poirot Mystery - BBC Dramatization. (First published in 1927) BBC Audiobooks America
This novel, written in 1927, is considered the best and most successful of the early Hercule Poirot mysteries. A classic of the genre and essential for any fiction collection. More...
Nele Neuhaus! Nele Neuhaus (2013)
Snow White Must Die. Minotaur Books
Outstanding thriller from Germany. A small village mystery that is sucking you into a toxic web of human emotions. A nuanced and perfect plot. If you can, read the German original (the translation is less than perfect). More...
       
Val McDermid! Val McDermid (2001)
A Place of Execution. St. Martin's Paperbacks
Defines the category of village mysteries. Superb thriller with complex characters with a plot in the 1960s. A truly haunting tale from rural England. More...
Gerald Seymour! Gerald Seymour (2001)
A Line in the Sand. Pocket
Well-plotted spy thriller in which a seemingly ordinary man with an extraordinary past, fights against an Iranian assassin, the British secret service, and friends and neighbors in the small Suffolk village. More...
       
Louise Penny! Louise Penny (2009)
The Brutal Telling: A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel. Minotaur Books
The body of an unknown old man turns up in a village bistro. Chief Inspector Gamache tracks down the murderer among the mildly eccentric locals - sidetracking into cooking, antiques, lifestyle portraits, travel, and the arts. More...
L. R. Wright! L. R. Wright (1995)
A Touch of Panic (Karl Alberg Mysteries, No. 6) Penguin (Non-Classics)
A must-read for fans of pschological mysteries. More...
       

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