The Mystery of Mysteries by Christina Hoag

I agree with your thoughts, however, I also like the mystery stories that don’t really have a conclusion. We know, or think we know who did it, but we don’t have the proof to lock them up. Sometimes the MC doesn’t use ethical means to solve the myster either.

Mystery Thriller Week

Amateur sleuths, hardboiled cops, private eyes, spooks and spies. We love them all. Mysteries and thrillers make up the second most popular genre of books after romance. Why are we as readers so drawn to these stories that plumb the dark recesses of human nature?

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