Mysteries From Around the World

If you have a passion for watching or reading mysteries, check out our global lists! From Italy’s Detective Montalbano to France’s Perfect Murders. . . . find a whole new world of crime and intrigue with these fictional mystery stories.

  • Numbers (Film Review)
    When a corrupt accounting firm bankrupts his adopted father’s company and leads to his death, Jang Ho Woo goes undercover to find the truth. What he finds is a conspiracy that threatens the nation.
  • The Crowded Room TV Mini Series Review (Guest Post)
    The Crowded Room tells the loosely based true story of Billy Milligan, the first person acquitted on the grounds of his dissociative identity disorder.
  • Unnatural (Film Review)
    When the cause of death remains ‘unknown’ or when the victim remains unidentified and unclaimed, the forensic team at UDI finds the answers.
  • Astrid et Raphaëlle (TV Mystery)
    Astrid is a young woman with Asperger’s Syndome who learns that her special features are actually a strength in solving crimes with the Police
  • Re: Mind (TV Mystery)
    Japanese revenge thriller “Re: Mind” tells of the horror of eleven school girls who wake from a kidnapping to find themselves chained to a dinner table with the only clue – a message to ‘Remember’.
  • Memorist (Film Review)
    South Korean supernatural psychological thriller “The Memorist” tells the story of Dong Baek, a police detective who rlives the crimes through the assailants memories.
  • Under the Skin (TV Mystery Review)
    Sketch Artist Shen Yi works with detective Du Cheng to identify both victims and criminals through the use of art and old-fashioned detective work.
  • 6 Lesser-Known Cozy Mysteries for the Winter Nights (International Edition)
    Check out these six cozy mysteries from around the world! From 1920s Shanghai to 1950s US to modern Italy, where will the detective take you?
  • Mrs. Pollifax (Book Series Review)
    Mrs Pollifax is just your normal sweet grandmother with fancy hats and a green thumb in the garden. But underneath her unassuming look, she’s also a spy!
  • Rosemary & Thyme (TV Mystery Review)
    When Rosemary and Laura are cast together in this cozy mystery series, they rapidly bond over both their passion for gardening and their incurable nosiness.

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