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5 Mystery Novels every Vitiligo Fighter should read

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Many studies support that reading is one of the best way to relax. In fact, according to the University of Sussex’s research, even six minutes of reading a good story can be enough to reduce the stress levels by more than two thirds.

This can help us understand how beneficial reading can be in calming the stress in vitiligo. Losing yourself in a thoroughly engrossing book can escape you from vitiligo worries and make you explore the domain of the author’s imagination. Won’t that be nice if you exercise your mind a little bit while engaging in the imagination woven by words. We have complied a list of 5 Best Mystery Novels for you.

ROGUE LAWYER by John Grisham

With 30 novels under his belt, in a career spanning three decades, John Grisham makes writing thrillers seem oh-so-easy! Truth is, the secret of his sustained success lies in his grasp over characters and command over the language. “Rogue Lawyer” proves this once more. The story of Sebastian Rudd, a street lawyer, who has so many enemies that he operates out of a bulletproof van and changes motel rooms every few nights, in the interest of his safety. He takes up cases no one else touches: a crime lord on death row, a teenager accused of double murder and so on. A riveting read, this is classic Grisham.

DARK CORNERS by Ruth Rendell

“Dark Corners” is Ruth Rendell’s final novel. It narrates the story of Carl Martin, a 23-year-old ‘antihero’ who sells some pills to a female friend, who dies after consuming them. Although her death is termed accidental, it gets splashed in the news. Afterward, Martin’s snooping tenant Dermot begins tormenting his about the incident. As a result, Martin is under extreme mental pressure. The novel deals with how he copes with such torment. Rendell, who died in May, has delivered a hit, from beyond the grave.


“An Untamed State” is a fictional account of the kidnapping, torture and gang-rape of Mireille, daughter of one of Haiti’s richest men. In Roxane Gay’s edge-of-the-seat book, on one side you have her loving husband pleading with her father to secure her release. On the other hand, Mireille realises, to her horror, that for some unfathomable reason, her ransom may never be paid!

THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN by Paula Hawkins

What if you got caught in a murder mystery, due to something you just happened to see on the daily commute to work? You don’t even want to imagine how terrible it would be, right? Well, this novel is set against just such a narrative background and deserves a place among some of the best mystery novels in recent times.

BRUSH BACK by Sara Paretsky

The tough-as-nails cop, the seasoned investigator, that author Sara Paretsky has named V.I. Warshawski, returns in this exciting new novel. This time, she looks into a case involving a former boyfriend’s mother, and nearly gets swallowed up by a painful episode from her personal life. Yet again, she realises that work is her salvation and gives her purpose and identity.

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