Top Ten Tuesday: All Time Favourite Books (Mystery)

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For a bookworm, I think the most difficult part is choosing the “favorite” book. After racking my head, I could manage to shortlist few of them in a set of ‘ten‘. Well, there are still much more! So I think if I can categorize them according to ‘genre‘, it will be all the better. Thus, my first Top Ten Tuesday will start with my favorite books of the ‘mystery‘ section! 😀

  1. This book has been one of my favorites, Tell Me Your Dreams, the multiple personality disorder does make you scratch your head about the different murders.

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2. When you want to dwell into the mind of a serial killer combined with a cannibal, you    ought to read Silence of the Lamb.

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3. Rebecca! A beautiful book with the perfect amount of mystery, love and revenge.

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4. Planning a murder with the help of an old poem surely does the trick

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5. Talking about mysteries and Christopher Doyle’s The Mahabharata Secret doesn’t come! Oh please, a wow!

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6. The Moving Finger by Agatha Christie, trying to recover at countryside might end up killing you.

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7. When it comes to planning and executing murders, which is better than Dan Brown? History and mystery surely go hand in hand

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8. Krishna Key by Ashwin Sanghi, another masterpiece!

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9. Nothing lasts forever! Surely it is true

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10. Mystery solved by the famous detective Hercule Poirot, Death on the Nile

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What are your Top Ten Mystery Books? 😀

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