29 Best Mystery Short Stories Collection to read FREE!

Are you preoccupied with your Goodreads Reading Challenge? Are you not sure you will make your Storygraph goals of reaching that many read books?
I would say: don’t sweat over that! The end goal of reading and listening to audiobooks is to have fun and enjoy the ride! Just unplug from this terrible world and enjoy other stories! Read to forget the world!

However, if you want to make a dent in your reading challenges, I recommend you to try these 29 short stories to reach your year-end reading challenge goal!!

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Dark Corner Collection

Don’t believe what they say. There really is something to be afraid of in the dark. You’ll find it in a quiet motel in the middle of nowhere, on the other side of an attic door, under the bed when the lights go out, and in your own imaginings when your mind starts playing tricks. Whatever your fears may be, the nightmares begin here. This collection of stories features different authors from Jennifer McMahon, Lisa Unger, and Even Edgar Cantero!

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Nameless by Dean Koontz

If our memories make us who we are, who is a man without any? Nameless has only a gun, missions from a shadowy agency, and one dead aim: dispense justice when the law fails. As he moves from town to town, driven by splintered visions of the past and future, he’s headed toward the ultimate confrontation in this propulsive series of short thrillers by #1 New York Times bestselling author Dean Koontz.

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Sometimes some stories are too good to end in the first season! So Nameless comes with its second set of stories! Behind a wall of amnesia, he can’t remember anything. Maybe he can’t bear to. Nameless knows only the mission: Directed by the mysterious Ace of Diamonds, he travels the country, turning predators into prey. But the pain in his past can’t hold him back when dark visions of the future lead him toward his greatest test yet. Nameless is closing in on a revelatory endgame in this collection of short thrillers from #1 New York Times bestselling author Dean Koontz.

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House of Crows by Lisa Unger

That long-ago summer, four friends came face-to-face with strange, dark events they couldn’t explain away. As they grew up and left town, they all tried to forget. Instead, their secrets shaped their lives, haunting each of them in their own way. Now, in this chilling four-part serial by New York Times bestselling author Lisa Unger, it’s time to come home. Follow these chilling stories from the amazing author Lisa Unger!

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Hush by many authors

Where do you go for truth in an age of social media illusions and deep divisions? How do you trust what you think you know about your friends and family? In stories featuring conspirators, psychics, deceptive lovers, and desperate killers, some of today’s most popular and award-winning crime writers explore the very nature of truth and the risks in uncovering the lies. A collection featuring Ruth Ware, Laura Lippman, and Oyinkan Braithwaite!

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