Mystery-Review Website Roundup

Here we go with a mystery-review website roundup, These websites review mystery, crime, thriller, spy and suspense books. Some of them also incorporate author interviews and book lists.

The Real Book Spy

New Iberia Blues by James Lee BurkeAccording to Ryan Steck, owner of The Real Book Spy, the site presents “full coverage of all your favorite thriller authors, and their characters, unlike anywhere else on the web!”

A few of the book reviews currently offered on the site are Daughter of War by Brad Taylor, Crucible by James Rollins, New Iberia Blues by James Lee Burke and The Night Agent by Matthew Quirk. Steck also offers author interviews with such luminaries as Brad Thor, Sean Parnell, and Brad Taylor, among others.

Stop You’re Killing Me

True Believer by Jack Carr

Stop You’re Killing Me is a resource for fans of mystery, crime, thriller, spy and suspense books. According to the website, more than 5,000 authors are listed with chronological lists of their books, both hardcover and paperback. Most of the novelists listed are established print authors. There’s even an index of series characters, which are listed by last name. A “read-alikes” section enables you to find a new-to-you author or category similar to what you already like. Also listed are the 2018 winners of numerous mystery and thriller awards.

Reviewing the Evidence

Another site for mystery, crime and thriller reviews, Reviewing the Evidence boasts of having more than 11,000 reviews. Commentators from the US, UK, Canada and Australia review books published by conventional publishers. Self-published books are not included.

Cozy Mystery

Body in the Piazza by Katherine Hall PageFor those readers who enjoy reading cozy mysteries, the Cozy Mystery is for you. This site pegs itself as “a guide to cozy mystery books, movies and TV.” Offerings include interviews, soon-to-be released books, a blog, and a list of authors who write cozy mysteries.

Later in the year,  look for another mystery-review website roundup. If anyone has a favorite mystery review site, leave a comment with the site name and URL.

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