11 Crime Series You’ll Love

Many crime authors continue writing about their protagonists. For the readers that has quite some assets, you already know the detective and the colleagues as well as their private life. As a series continues, the protagonists develop over time and things happen in their private life that give the stories additional twists. Ready to try some new crime series? Here is a list of crime series you will love:

1. The Grant County Series/ Will Trent Series by Karin Slaughter

2. Roy Grace Series by Peter James

3. Cooper and Fry Mysteries by Stephen Booth

4. Rebus Series by Ian Rankin

5. Max Wolfe Novels by Tony Parsons

6. The Millennium Series by Stieg Larsson

7. Department Q Novels by Jussi Adler-Olsen

8. The Sebastian Bergman books by Michael Hjorth and Hans Rosenfeldt

9. Lacey Flint Series by Sharon Bolton

10. Intercrime / A-team by Arne Dahl

11. And of course my own: Stockholm Sleuth Series by Christer Tholin

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