As you may have gathered from the title, Letters from the Dead does indeed involve elements of the supernatural but it is also, in essence, an excellent thriller / historical murder mystery.
Let’s take a virtual holiday to a glam and snowy ski resort. The Chalet is a murder mystery / psychological thriller mix with as many twist and turns as a red ski run.
I have a book hangover. And that doesn’t happen too often, which should give you…
A Murder is Announced was Agatha Christie’s 50th novel and a highly enjoyable and inventive story for Miss Marple to get her teeth into.
Like Agatha Christie? Then you’ll love Richard Osman’s clever, witty murder mystery debut novel, The Thursday Murder Club.
The wonderfully titled Evil Under the Sun is the 24th outing for iconic detective Hercule Poirot and – I’m pleased to say – it’s a cracking one.
Agatha is back on fine form with this funny, clever murder mystery that has all of her trademark wit and sleuthing.
Apparently Endless Night was one of Agatha’s own favourites. It’s a non-Poirot story with a supernatural feel.
Beast is the fourth book in the Six Stories series and is a whip-smart contemporary horror tale.