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I prefer my mysteries to be a bit dark and creepy, and I am always hoping for a good twist that I didn't expect. And it's always a plus when the characters and detectives are interesting people and have story lines and arcs and actual emotions.
I have an entire bookshelf of mystery novels (when I go to the thrift store, I pretty much grab everything), so I have a bunch of book series that I'm afraid to start because I don't know if they will be good!
I am a fan of series by:
Authors I am curious about:
Jeffery Deaver (I enjoyed The Bone Collector, is he worth continuing?)
Linwood Barclay (I've read No No Time for Goodbye, are any of his others good?)
And of course I have a bunch of PD James and Dorothy Sayers, but always end up reaching for something else.
I would love stand alone book recommendations as well, so feel free to mention those too!
Thanks to everyone who chimes in!
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If you are getting sick of being on this forum,2010-08-23 21:21:39 by cybergirl2
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