If you feel like your 2022 is going to waste and you are not doing any progress with your reading, look no more. If you are really into psychological or thrillers that involve investigation or conspiracies, this article is for you. In this article, we are going to discuss the 7 most anticipated mystery books of 2022. It has it all that will feed your mystery-loving soul.
7 Most Anticipated Mystery Books of 2022:
The Maid – Nita Prose (January 4)
In this book by Prose, a hotel maid gets caught in a dangerous web when she is targeted as a supposed murderer of the rich Charles Black. This mystery discloses that every mystery can be resolved through the links to the human heart.
The Violin Conspiracy – Brendan Slocumb (February 1)
Ray McMillian loves the violin and there is no way anything can stop him from being a musician – not racism, money, or a mother who believes he should get a proper job. When he discovers that his great grandfather’s violin is a Stradivarius, he begins to visualize his success. After the success of the Tchaikovsky Competition and Olympics, his prized family heirloom is stolen. He is resolute to get it back but they are determined to keep it to them.
The Verifiers – Jane Pek (February 22)
Claudia Lin is good at keeping her life secret from her family. Her family has a mean-minded and high expectations mentality. But Claudia does not have any intention of fulfilling their expectation of finding a Chinese boy or a conventional job. Because she already has a job in a detective agency and she prefers girls. For her, it is the ideal job but when a client goes missing she breaks all protocols to get into the details and finds out more of her personal and corporate deceit.
Like a Sister – Kellye Garrett (March 8)
When the body of Desiree Pierce, a dishonoured TV personality is found in the playground of Bronx during the morning after the star’s 25th birthday the media and cops waste no time declaring that the reason is overdose. But Lena Scott, Desiree’s half-sister is certain that overdose is not the case and she would find out the right reason behind it.
The Woman in the Library – Sulari Gentill (June 7)
Boston Public Library is quiet till a woman’s frightened scream is heard. Security guards get in action immediately and asked everyone to stay still till the threat is identified. In the meantime, four strangers managed to get into a conversation and became friends. Four of them have their reasons to be in that library that morning it’s just that one of them is a murderer.
The It Girl – Ruth Ware (July 12)
April was a vivacious, bright, and ultimate It girl who was the first person Hannah became friends with, and during their first term, they developed an inseparable group along with Emily, Will, Ryan, and Hugh. By the end of the second year, April was dead. A decade later Hannah and Will are expecting a baby and the supposed killer of April is dead in prison; Hannah can finally move on from the past. Or so she thought the supposed killer of April is innocent and her friends have a lot to conceal from her which includes murder.
The Storyteller’s Death – Ann Cardinal (October 4)
When Isla turns 18, her grandmother dies and that is when she gets to know that she has a reward passed down through her family’s storytellers. The stories of dead family scientists are brought back to existence, rerunning them frequently in front of her.