The Best Mystery Novels 2019
Mystery novels go in multiple directions and can float between crime, drama and psychology. Choosing the best mystery novels 2019 was quite hard, especially as the list is quite impressive and numerous titles could have made it. Some books come to complete previous stories, while others are brand new and challenge our minds to new adventures. So, what are the titles you should hunt?
Your Truth or Mine? by Trisha Sakhlecha
Trisha Sakhlecha’s title is likely to keep you in suspense from the moment you finish the first few pages. It all starts with Mia and Roy – a loving couple whose marriage takes an unexpected turn. When Roy is questioned by the police over a young woman who went missing, Mia starts becoming suspicious. They both end up questioning each other. And just when you think you got it, a new twist kicks in.
The Neighbour by Fiona Cummins
The Neighbour is one of the best mystery novels 2019 in terms of suspense and unexpected twists. It follows the story of the Lockwood family. They buy a new home, but they have no idea who their neighbors are. Most of them hold some terrible secrets. One of them seems to be behind a series of murders. The best part about this novel? You have no idea where it is going, but things start making sense after a while.
A Nearly Normal Family by M. T. Edvardsson
A Nearly Formal Family tells the same story from three different directions. It follows the story of a family, but the story jumps from one point of view to another. The mother, the father and the daughter see things differently. It all starts when the daughter is accused of murder. Every character has their own ideas regarding the outcome of the story, but the mystery behind it will make you feel confused and undecided.
One Good Deed by David Baldacci
One Good Deed is by far one of the best mystery novels 2019. It looks like a mix of crime, mystery and drama, but you will fail to get the outcome until you finish it. Sure, you can try guessing, but you will be surprised. Anyway, David Baldacci’s novel follows Aloysius Archer, who moves to Poca City in the attempt to start a new life after being released from prison. However, he takes a job as a debt collector and things get out of hand.
Recursion by Blake Crouch
Recursion will most likely twist your mind a few times before you finish it. It tells Barry Sutton’s adventure as he attempts to find the truth behind an unusual happening. People from all over the country wake up with random memories that do not belong to them – memories from other lives. Is that real? Is it a disease? The mystery behind this story will hook you in. If you have read Dark Matter, it will be even better, as it is a follow up story of the mysterious sci-fi.
All in all, deciding on the best mystery novels 2019 was quite hard. The good news is you do have options – many more apart from the list. However, these should be your top choices for your upcoming reads.
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