Mystery Novels Set in Istanbul

Istanbul's unique position between Asia and Europe, as well as its long history shaped by powerful empires, makes the city a true source of inspiration for crime, mystery and spy novels. Just check our compilation of the thrillers set in Istanbul, and you will understand what we mean!
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Inspector Ikmen Series: Deadly Web (2005) Barbara Nadel

Inspector Ikmen Series: Deadly Web (2005) Barbara Nadel

Kamil Pasha Series: The Sultan's Seal (2006) Jenny White

“Tales of Tragedy, Death and Dislocation”: The Kamil Pasha Novels of Jenny White

Inspector Yashim Series: The Bellini Card (2006) Jason Goodwin

Inspector Yashim Series: The Bellini Card Jason Goodwin

Inspector Yashim Series: The Snake Stone (2007) Jason Goodwin

Inspector Yashim Series: The Snake Stone Jason Goodwin

Kamil Pasha Series: The Winter Thief (2010) Jenny White

Kamil Pasha Series: The Winter Thief Jenny White

Istanbul (1965) Nick Carter (author's real name Manning Lee Stokes)

Istanbul Nick Carter (author's real name Manning Lee Stokes)

Inspector Yashim Series: Evil Eye (2011) Jason Goodwin

Inspector Yashim Series: Evil Eye (2011) Jason Goodwin

Istanbul Passage (2012) Joseph Kanon

In Joseph Kanon's new spy thriller, Istanbul Passage, former intelligence aide Leon Bauer is caught in the complexities of post-World War II life, in a story of moral compromise and shifting loyalties.

Journey Into Fear (1940)  Eric Ambler

Journey into Fear (novel) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

From Russia, With Love (1957) Ian Fleming

From Russia, With Love Ian Fleming

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