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Our editors and reviewers have hand-selected the best mystery and thriller books of so far, including the acclaimed Australian novel by Jane Harper The Dry. All year, our reviewer team reads with an eye for the Best Books of the Month and the Year. We scour reviews and book news for early tips on what readers have loved, swap books among ourselves, and fan out to tear through as many books as possible. In early summer, we look through the best books published between January and June before casting our ballots for the Best Books of the Year So Far. The titles that made our Best of the Month lists are considered, but we also look at books we might have missed through our Best of the Month selection process. Many of our editorial picks for the best books are also customer favorites and bestsellers, but we strive to spotlight the best books you might not otherwise hear about, too. In the midst of a violent student uprising in South Korea, a young boy named Dong-ho is shockingly killed.
The books that thrilled in are a diverse group: an excellent mix of true crime, mystery, horror, and nontraditional offerings that are gripping in their own right. As always, they offer the most unsettling version of escapism: confronted with the worst of humanity, we still manage to get lost in these stories and feel enriched by them. By Katie Kitamura. Word of warning: This astonishing book is not your typically paced mystery novel, so if you want something ultratraditional with a big reveal at the end, you might want to skip this one. There, she must confront truths about her failed marriage, her own inability to truly know her husband, and the grief that comes from mourning the loss of something important. By Jac Jemc. A struggling couple departs the city and moves to a small town and gets a great deal on a house, but all of these unexplained phenomena keep happening — shadows appear without any bodies attached, mysterious sounds permeate their home, nightmares become indecipherable from reality.
Each time we ask BookPage readers to weigh in on their favorite genre, the response is overwhelmingly in favor of mystery and suspense!
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Originally published on Kirkus. For more from Kirkus, click here. Read full book review. But it's Brekke's prodigious powers of invention, his ability to keep coming up with unforgettable characters and indelible episodes, that lift this above his own earlier work and most of the heavy Nordic competition. There's no point in objecting to the coincidences and implausibilities required to launch this brilliant nightmare: resistance is futile.