And Then There Were None is wonderful, and another Agatha Christie book with a great ending is The Murder of Roger Ackroyd. The ABC Murders also seemed very ingenious to me.
Any of the Bernie Rhodenbarr series by Lawrence Block.
The Son. Totally different from the examples, it’s just a great book.
P. D. James has a great take on this genre with The Skull Beneath the Skin.
Hey , I've heard wonderful things about salvation of a saint and the devotion is suspect X. Is it necessary to read the preceding books or can I just read suspect X and then salvation of a saint.?
I have one, Il suggeritore by Donato Carrisi translated as The Whisperer (beware the story has a second book, but it's not necessary for the plot L'ipotesi del male).
And Jesse Kellerman got some good books too.
What do you mean by “wait till the end?” (I mean, don’t all mysteries have a twist at the end?)