Comments: 10
Portable Magic 2 years ago
Goodness. I feel like I've already read them all. I'll have to keep an eye out for recommendations!
Abandoned by user 2 years ago
Have you read Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson? It's a fun one. Also, if you haven't read The Secret History by Donna Tartt, I really liked it.
Portable Magic 2 years ago
I've not read either of those. The mixed reviews and page count have kept me from the Tartt book, although it's available at my library. The Johnson book looks intriguing.
Abandoned by user 2 years ago
The Secret History is very long. Truly Devious is a quick read and I thought it was enjoyable. I like Maureen Johnson a lot - I also liked her Shades of London series (also set in a boarding school, btw).
Portable Magic 2 years ago
I don't mind a little gross-out, but humor is good too. Do you think they could count as "suspense"?
Portable Magic 2 years ago
Re-reading the square description, it looks like just the "mystery" tag will be enough. The rules from prior games was that it just had to be in the first page of shelves on Goodreads, so it does fit the game.
Abandoned by user 2 years ago
Humorous crime novels set in school are definitely allowed!
Portable Magic 2 years ago
ACTUALLY. I was looking over my Audible $5 book haul from this weekend's sale and rediscovered something that I bought a couple of weeks ago that should fit: Bunny by Mona Awad, about a lonely college girl getting caught up in a Heathers-like cult of mean girls.

http://booklikes.com/bunny-mona-awad/book,14001788

But I love Tigus's recommendations, I'm definitely putting those on my TBR.