The Best Mysteries & Thrillers of September

Chris Schluep on September 26, 2018
Share

September is almost behind us, which means that summer is done and gone for another year. What's left is perfect mystery/thriller-reading weather. Whether it's cooling down where you are, or raining, or both, grab a sweater or a blanket and sit back with one of the Best Mysteries & Thrillers of September. The month is nearly over, so they are all available. If you like mysteries, thrillers, and suspense, this is your time.


Shop on Amazon
Print Book | Kindle Book

Here's a thriller that is built around the tension between the human and the natural world. Two young siblings, their Oklahoma farm destroyed, set out to protect the animal world from being further destroyed by humanity--this book is both a literary rumination and a straight-up thriller. It's profound and it's different.

Shop on Amazon
Print Book | Kindle Book

When it comes to inventive and exciting debuts, The 7 and 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle lands toward the top of the list. This is like Agatha Christie reimagined. And it's fantastic.

Shop on Amazon
Print Book | Kindle Book

The title says it all. Constance Kopp, New Jersey's first female deputy sheriff, gets her fourth book in a series that is garnering new fans with each installment. If you haven't read Amy Stewart's Kopp books, give it serious consideration.

Shop on Amazon
Print Book | Kindle Book

Here is the next book in Craig Johnson's beloved Longmire series. All you need to know is that an international hit man and the head of one of the most vicious drug cartels in Mexico has kidnapped Walt's beloved daughter, Cady, to auction her off to his worst enemies. (This is also one of my favorite book covers of the year.)

Shop on Amazon
Print Book | Kindle Book

I'll close this list with the best-selling Robert Galbraith, a.k.a. the uber-best-selling author J.K. Rowling, and the fourth installment in the Cormoran Strike series. A strange tale of murder from long ago draws Strike into a dense and winding tale of power and deceit that takes you to inner London, Parliament, and an aging country manor.


Lists + Reviews

Best Books Literature + Fiction Nonfiction Kids + Young Adult Mystery, Thriller + Suspense Science Fiction + Fantasy Comics + Graphic Novels Romance Eating + Drinking

Authors

Interviews Guest Essays Celebrity Picks

News + Features

News Features Awards

Editors

Omnivoracious, The Amazon Book Review

Feeds Facebook Twitter YouTube