Find Your Next Great Read … on Twitter?

Follow 11 tweeps who love a good mystery as much as you do.

It’s the best and worst feeling in the world. When you reach that last page and know it’s really over, you almost want to go back to chapter one and start it all over again. But don’t. There’s a whole world of books out there waiting to be discovered. All you have to do is follow the right people.

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Crime Review UK @CrimeReviewUK

Editors Linda Wilson (@crimereviewer) and Sharon Wheeler (@lartonmedia) keep up a cheeky dialogue of lighthearted commentary and solid reviews of mostly new mystery fiction.

Best Thrillers @BestThrillers

The handle lives up to its name: recommendations on every type of thriller imaginable (Medical, Psychological, Conspiracy, Erotic) with a few select mysteries and cozies thrown in for fun.

Crime Fiction Lover @CriFiLover

A stable of freelance writers well-read in a variety of genres (pulp, Scandinavian, American noir, Japanese crime) keeps the reviews fresh and updated often.

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Kindle Most Wanted @kindlemw

Just what you’d expect from the e-retail giant: Exclusive interviews with mystery authors, $50 Amazon gift card giveaways, and, of course, the frequent e-book deal so compelling you’ll want to 1-Click it.

Cozy Mystery Books @CozyMysteries1

The name says it all, and a steady stream of links to new releases mean you never have to be without a cat, chef, or librarian-themed novel ever again.

Criminal Element @crimehq

A place where pop culture (The Strain, Boardwalk Empire) and book reviews collide.

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Crime Novels @Crimenovels

A twitter handle without an accompanying website is rare these days, but @Crimenovels manages to keep the recommendations flowing with retweets from top reviewers punctuated by the occasional random insight.

Raven Crime Reads @ravencrime

The self-proclaimed “crime fiction connoisseur” doles out opinions on dark and gritty selections, as well as the random retweet on pop culture and mysterious news.

Michele Jacobson @readersrespite

She’s an airline pilot who can’t turn down a good book and shares her reading list (and snarky observations) from 35,000 feet.

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The Lineup @lineupweekly

Yes, that’s us. Along with sharing creepy, true crime stories and reviews of our favorite forensic TV series, we can’t help but tweet about the newest page-turners in our life.

Crime Time @CrimeTimeUK

This UK-based handle posts a mix of new, crime-based fiction reviews (James Ellroy, Andrew Coburn), book-themed news stories, and author interviews.

Follow our entire list on Twitter.

Published on 30 Sep 2014