Celebrate Mystery Month

There's always room for a good mystery in your reading repertoire, and what better time to pick one up than National Mystery Month in May. These lists of whodunnit reads are sure to satisfy your inner sleuth.

Children’s Recommendations

Mystery for Kids – With these great mysteries, see if you can try to solve the crime right along with the characters. These titles are recommended for second grade readers.

Teen Recommendations

Mystery Manga – Can you solve the mystery before our main characters do? These manga selections are filled with cases of everyday mysteries to deep, complex puzzles.

YA Mysteries: New Classics – Check out these best-selling, popular and fun YA mystery and thrillers published since 2000.

Adult Recommendations

Arsenic and Murder Mysteries – Looking for a poisoning whodunnit or true crime? These stories feature murder most foul, but without a spot of blood.

The Best of Sherlock Holmes – Want more Sherlock? These books expand the Holmesian universe with new mysteries, stories starring his friends and relatives, and re-imaginings that take Doyle's ideas for a spin through other genres.

Mystery for Everyone – We’ve got a mystery story for everyone, whether you like cozy small-town mysteries or gritty police procedurals. Check out some of these great titles.

Cooking with Cozy Mysteries – Solve a murder and also whip up a dish to pass? Only possible with a cozy mystery. Bon Appetit!

Death and Texas – In this world, nothing is certain except death and... Texas? Dive into one of these mystery audiobooks that feature whodunnits in the Lone Star State.

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