Here are 10 books that are similar to Sherlock Holmes books that you must read.
The most famous murder mystery by Agatha Christie is Murder On The Orient Express. A snowdrift blocks the Orient Express just after midnight.
Alan Bradley wrote a mystery titled The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie in 2009.
Jacqueline Winspear, the author, invented the fictional Maisie Dobbs. Dobbs works as a “psychologist and investigator” in London following World War I.
The setting is New York City in the year 1896. A friend and former Harvard classmate, Dr. Laszlo Kreizler, a “alienist,” summons reporter John Schuyler Moore to the East River on a chilly March night.
Charles Lenox, a Victorian gentleman and armchair traveller, just wants to unwind in his private study with a cup of tea, a blazing fire, and a nice book on any given day in London.
Dorothy L. Sayers published a mystery book titled Whose Body in 1923. It was her first book, and it was the one where she first wrote about Lord Peter Wimsey.
Jeffery Deaver published his thriller The Bone Collector in 1997. Lincoln Rhyme, a forensic criminalist who is quadriplegic, is introduced in the book.
The death of one of their own at the hands of the Cater Street murderer causes panic and fear to grip the Ellison household.
Rex Stout’s first Nero Wolfe detective book, Fer-de-Lance, was released in 1934 by Farrar & Rinehart, Inc.
British author Anthony Horowitz’s Sherlock Holmes book, The House of Silk, was released in 2011.