• Five little Pigs by Agatha Cristie– The queen of mystery weaves a plot that takes you to a crime that happened years ago. A classic Hercule Poirot story, 5 little pigs surely gives you goosebumps and of course the usual Agatha Cristie suspense thriller.
  • Malice by Keigo Higashino- How much grudge can a person keep? And to what intensity he or she will go to take a revenge? Keigo Higashino also known as Japanese Stieg Larsson brings forth a story of a perfect crime. The readers will keep on wondering if our suspect is as innocent as he looks or some secret is being kept.
  • The girl with the dragon tattoo by Stieg Larrson- The Swedish writer brings you a story with two leads who come across from two completely different environment and solve a crime that took place decades ago. This book has two sequels too which are equally thrilling to read. There were supposed to be more books in the series but sadly the author died back in 2004.
  • Angels and demons by Dan Brown– This run and chase mystery is one of the best selling books in the world. Set in modern day Vatican the plot takes you back into the history and links it with the present day events in a very fascinating way. Our protagonist Robert Langdon and his companion’s adventure in order to save the day is definitely a page turner
  • The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown – Once you are done with the angels and demons it’s impossible not to read the Da Vinci Code. This book is a sequel to the previous novel and is even more thrilling to read. Could there be more to our beliefs? Could there be a totally different reality which mankind doesn’t know about? What was the secret that Da Vinci was probably trying to tell the world?
  • The Krishna key by Ashwin Sanghi – This fascinating page turner written by Indian historian Ashwin Sanghi is an underrated one. The way Sanghi connects ancient Dwarka with our modern day serial killer who thinks that he is the final avtar of Lord Vishnu- The kalki avtar. Sanghi is the Indian Dan Brown and you all should definitely give this novel a read.
  • Evil under the sun by Agatha Cristie– The queen of mystery had to be mentioned again. In this Hercule Poirot mystery Agatha Cristie once again leaves us wondering about how any of our suspects could have been a murder but Poirot as always saves the day. It’s a quick read and a page turner.
  • The Hounds of Baskerville by Sir Aurther Conan Doyle- We cannot not talk about Sherlock Holmes when we are talking about mystery. The hounds of Baskerville is Sir Aurther Conan Doyle’s finest works about our famous detective and his side kick Dr. John Watson and is a must read for everyone.
  • The Rozabal line by Aswhin Sanghi- The Indian Dan Brown takes you to an ancient journey about Jesus and his birth and links it wittily to the modern day story. This book can take you to places in a span of few hours . This fast paced story is a good read if you are looking for a book that can keep you stuck with it till the end.
  • The murder on the orient express by Agatha Cristie- The queen of mystery once again blows your minds. The murder has taken place on a train and all the passengers are the suspects. Our favorite detective Poirot is also present there and it’s upto him to make sure that the murderer is caught. What happens next? For that you have to read the book. It has also been adapted into a motion picture with the same name which came back in 2017.