Today brings the seventh and final installment in The Rap Sheet’s “Favorite Crime Fiction of 2016” series—just in time for any last-minute shoppers desperate to purchase books for their mystery-loving loved ones. This year, the blog’s well-read critics chose a total of 33 books, including three non-fiction works of particular interest to crime-fiction enthusiasts.
The seven posts can be found here:
• Part I, by Jim Napier
• Part II, by Steven Nester
• Part III, by Kevin Burton Smith
• Part IV, by Stephen Miller
• Part V, by Jacques Filippi
• Part VI, by Ali Karim
• Part VII, by J. Kingston Pierce
If you think The Rap Sheet’s reviewers missed any 2016-released works deserving of attention, please feel free to mention them in the Comments section below.