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One Of Us Is Lying27 %
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The Inheritance Games26 %
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Shatter Me35 %
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The Brothers Hawthorne16 %
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The Final Gambit27 %
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The Hawthorne Legacy26 %
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The Haunted Castle (Geronimo Stilton #46)35 %
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Unravel Me27 %
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One Of Us Is Next26 %
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Kill Joy35 %
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One of Us is Back29 %
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The Fowl Twins13 %
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Two Can Keep a Secret26 %
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You'll Be the Death of Me26 %
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Restore Me29 %
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This Hotel Is Haunted! (Geronimo Stilton #50)35 %
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Best Mystery and Thriller Books for Young Readers

  • The Uttermost Farthing is a fiction book written by R. Austin Freeman. The story begins with the murder of Humphrey Challoner’s wife killed by a bullet from a robber at his home. Mr. Challoner is a wealthy genius man, and he collected the robber's fingerprints as well as part of his hair, which his wife was holding in her hand. He owns a private museum that houses a collection of human and animal skeletons as well as skulls that have shrunk. He hands over the museum and the archives to his doctor, who then makes known the Museum Archives, which contain the tales of how the skeletons were acquired and how Mr. Challoner ultimately tracked out the person who killed his wife. It’s an interesting fictional detective story that will keep the readers interested to read on the story!
  • The Sheridan Road Mystery is a mystery novel written by Paul and Mabel Thorne. This story will take you to a police officer responding to a call in one of Chicago's most upscale neighborhoods who hear a shooting, but upon further inquiry, no victim or witnesses are found. In this tale, a police officer is making his routine nighttime rounds in one of Chicago's most upscale neighborhoods when he hears a gunshot. However, after a thorough inquiry, the corpse is not found. The police officer and the neighbors, who assert to have heard the shooting and the altercation, suffer significantly as a result. Detective Sergeant Dave Morgan, one of Chicago's top detectives, is tasked with solving this mystery. Although there are just the thinnest of leads, Detective Sergeant Morgan quickly concludes that something has happened and someone has vanished. Will Sir Morgan get to know the bottom of this uptown mysterious story? Read to know how Detective Moran has solved this mystery!
  • The Valley of Fear by Sir Arthur tells the tale of a murder that goes unsolved in the picturesque English countryside of Birlstone. The mysterious story revolves around John Douglas of Birlstone where Manor House's murder is astounding and considerably more compelling than any of the earlier Sherlock Holmes tales. Then, the elite criminal genius Professor James Moriarty, who makes his series debut in this tale, is also introduced. The voyage leads to the Scowrers, a clandestine organization of outlaws that are causing havoc in the valley's daily existence. The novel has two interesting turning points, almost like two separate climaxes. The first is the moment when a flamboyant detective solves the case, and the second is the conclusion of the flashback scene. There is no way to foresee what Sir Arthur has in store, no matter how brilliant you think you are. To know about this flamboyant detective and how he solved the case, you should read the novel! The interesting ending of the story can influence readers to read the complete collection of Sherlock Holmes short stories.
  • The Stillwater Tragedy is a murder mystery novel by Thomas Bailey Aldrich. The novel takes place in a small industrial town in New England whose peace is first shattered by the death of one of its important residents and then quickly followed by a general strike of all the trade unions. This book showcases Mr. Aldrich's ability and charisma as a storyteller. A hard and delicate touch is used to express the tragedy itself, the solving of the mystery surrounding it, and the love that shines through the entire narrative. The popularity of the narrative is assured, as is the stunning grace and precision with which it is told. The novel stands out for its style, realism, comedy, and how it treats its characters in addition to its charming, wholesome love story.
  • The Talleyrand Maxim has a detective story written by J. S. Fletcher. The plot revolves around Rich Yorkshire entrepreneur and landowner John Mallathorpe, who died in an accident, apparently without making a will. His wife and two children inherited his estate and lived a normal and comfortable life for some time. Then, a copy of Mallathorpe's will was discovered inside one of the old books that an old bookseller was clearing out from the Mallathorpe estate. Unfortunately for the family, the bookseller read that the will had a tiny endowment for the family and the whole estate to the city authorities, he thought about how he can get some profit from this will. The bookseller visits the neighborhood lawyer with the will to ask for guidance but tragically dies in the lawyer's office. But, the on-duty clerk sees a chance to gain something for himself by becoming aware of the will's existence. What will happen next? Who will get the will? Are the city authorities going to seal John's properties under their department? This mysterious novel has lots of twists and turns in between the stories, to read out the suspense, readers should go through the book!
  • The Shadow Of The Rope is a romantic and mysterious novel written by E.W. Hornung. This is a sensational murder investigation, a delicate romance, love, a satire of Victorian social mores, around-the-world adventures, and much more that can be found in this fast-paced E. W. Hornung's page-turner. When a lady is found not guilty of killing her husband but found guilty in the court of public opinion, the narrative twists happen quickly. The story begins with Rachel Minchin, a woman who married a fascinating stranger named Mr. Steel. Their marriage is by mutual consent to be a platonic one, with the stipulation that neither of them will inquire into the other's background. The two drive to Steel's isolated rural house, where Rachel unintentionally learns that her second husband's past was connected to that of her first husband. Steel won't reveal how, exactly, or why he chose to marry her, though. The story comes to a part where local busybodies threaten to reveal Rachel's personal background as her worries about her spouse grow. And as this intriguing mystery develops, more secrets are revealed, with that being the least of them. How is their secret revealed? Who is killed by whom? Read the book to solve this mysterious and adventurous story!
  • The Vanished Messenger is a mysterious, detective, and fictional book which is written by Sir E. Phillips Oppenheim. The narrative opens in the Hague, a gathering of European countries is taking place for which England has not been extended an invitation. Due to uninvited England, people thought that war was going to start. After a train crash in England, Mr. John P. Dunster, an American, unexpectedly vanishes while en route to the Hague with a crucial document that could stop the war from starting. While routing towards Hague, Mr, Dunster disappeared this disappearance caused chaos in Conference. Then, the British government asks Richard Hamel, a mining engineer, to investigate the disappearance of Dunster and try to stop a war from breaking out in Europe. Then, how will Mr. Dunster be successful in presenting the document? Will Richard Hamel succeed in his mission? How will the war get stopped? To get answers to these questions, readers should read this book which has a lot of mystery!
  • The Vanishing Man is a mystery fiction novel written by R. Austin Freeman. The plot begins with John Bellingham, an internationally renowned archaeologist who mysteriously vanishes while traveling home after an Egyptian treasure hunt. However, Bellingham appears to have left hints about his whereabouts. Instead of following the leads, Dr. Thorndyke starts looking for a man who has the Eye of Osiris tattooed on his body. There are parts of the body found in various places in England. Bellingham is missing. Is there anything in common between the two events, or it’s just a coincidence? Is Dr. Thorndyke heading on the right path? Will he be able to solve the case? Read out The Vanishing Man to know the complete story.
  • The mystery books The Secret of the Night, also known as Rouletabille and the Tsar, was written by French author Gaston Leroux in 1913. The Mystery of the Yellow Room and The Perfume of the Lady in Black came before it in his trilogy of books involving the fictitious investigator Joseph Rouletabille. The plot of The Secret Of The Night starts with Nicholas II of Russia who hires Joseph Rouletabille in 1905 to keep an eye on one of his generals whose life has been threatened by revolutionaries. It is one of the best mystery novels written by Gaston Leroux. Readers will be thrilled once they the mystery unfolds.
  • E. Phillips Oppenheim is the author of the mystery book "Aaron Rodd, Diviner," which was first published as a serial in "Harper's Bazaar" in the early 1900s. Attorney Aaron Rodd is visited by the mysterious Harvey Grimm, and it soon becomes clear that the two have a common history. This exciting short story by the well-known author is a tale of spies, thievery, and even a touch of romance. The ten wittingly named chapters are sure to keep the readers on edge throughout the journey of the novel. E. Phillips Oppenheim, a British author of novels and short tales, lived from 1866 to 1946 and was incredibly prolific. Some other well-known works by Oppenheim are Havoc, The Black Box, The Adventures of Peter Ruff, The Lessingham Goes Home, etc.

 

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