The Best Books of 2020: Crime & Thrillers
2020 has been a busy old year for sleuths and gumshoes of all descriptions. Whether a grizzled crime-solving veteran like Strike, Rebus or Montalbano or a collection of octogenarian amateurs such as those found in Richard Osman's sparkling The Thursday Murder Club, this year has produced some fiendishly clever whodunits and compelling police procedurals. Meanwhile, the page-turning thriller remains in rude health, with Robert Harris returning to the spies and saboteurs of the Second World War and Louise Candlish serving up another slice of ice-cold psychodrama.
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