Journey with us as we delve into the dusty shelves of the past and unveil “The Top 10 mystery novels from 19th century”.
Immersed in mystery and suspense, this work by Wilkie Collins masterfully entwines a captivating plot with an exploration of social issues in Victorian England.
Charles Dickens weaves an engrossing tale of suspense and mystery. When the titular character vanishes without a trace, the shadow of suspicion falls over an unlikely ensemble.
The tale unfurls around a radiant gem of mystical origins, pilfered from a sacred Hindu shrine and bequeathed to a young Englishwoman.
Arthur Conan Doyle introduces an iconic duo: the astute Sherlock Holmes and his loyal friend, Dr. John Watson. In the gloom of Victorian London, the pair tackles their first case involving a bizarre murder.
Engulfed in a chilling atmosphere of Gothic suspense, J. Sheridan Le Fanu’s creation delves into the life of a young heiress, orphaned and entrusted to the care of her mysterious Uncle Silas.
Charles Felix’s groundbreaking novel takes readers through the maze of an unusual investigation. As the pioneering detective Ralph Henderson delves into a series of baffling incidents surrounding a sinister baronet.
Mary Roberts Rinehart invites readers into a labyrinth of suspicion and dread in a lonely summer country house. Our narrator, a strong-willed spinster, finds herself embroiled in a web of theft, mysterious disappearances, and murder.
Within the eerie silence of a Parisian neighborhood, a gruesome double murder unfolds, leaving the city in the grip of fear and bafflement. Enter C. Auguste Dupin, a man of extraordinary intellectual prowess.
Mary Elizabeth Braddon constructs a thrilling narrative centered around the beautiful, enigmatic Lady Audley. When her past starts to unravel under the investigation of her husband’s nephew.
At the heart of a luxurious New York mansion, a wealthy merchant is found brutally murdered, giving birth to an enigma that transcends conventional truths.