This one is an easy choice, my favorite mystery novel is Agatha Christie’s book And Then There Were None. Once again, mystery is not my most read genre, but I do enjoy the books, especially when they’re written well. Agatha Christie’s books are all wonderful, and she sets up interesting stories with all of them, but this one is by far the best.
And Then There Were None is a brilliantly set up mystery. You have 10 people on an island, and one by one they start dying. There are no other people on the island, and no boats have arrived since the 10 guests were on the island. At the end of the book, every person on the island is dead and an investigator comes to the island to try and piece together what happened.
It’s been a while since I read this book, but sadly I somewhat remember the big twist to the book, which would make rereading it somewhat less brilliant than reading it the first time. Maybe in a couple of years I’ll forget more of it to make it a fresh read again, either way, it’s a brilliant read and a book I would highly suggest.