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"You might think it wasn’t real nice to kick a dying man, and maybe it wasn’t. But I’d been wanting to kick him for a long time, and it just never had seemed safe till now."

—Nick Corey, Pop. 1280, 1964, by Jim Thompson

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Karin Slaughter on Margaret Mitchell's GONE WITH THE WIND

Written by Karin Slaughter

"Not many people think of Gone With the Wind as a mystery, but I firmly believe it belongs in that

My Life of Crime Fiction

Written by Allen J. Hubin

Forty years of crime fiction scholarship: Al Hubin, founder of The Armchair Detective  

The Magnificent Brain of Alvin Fernald, Clifford B. Hicks' Charming Kid Crime-Solver

Written by Steven Nester

“What my mind can conceive, I can achieve."
—Alvin Fernald’s motto

Ed Gorman on the Care and Feeding of Forgotten Writers

Written by Ed Gorman

The crime field’s past is so rich with memorable works both long and short that I’m always surpr

Eyewitness: Beautiful Losers

Written by Kevin Burton Smith

A slap in the face to notions of what film noir is supposed to be.

Mystery Lovers' Kitchen: Donuts vs Chocolate Ice Cream

Written by Teri Duerr

Who says you can't have your ice-cream donut sandwich and eat it too?

Across the Great Divide: K.C. Constantine Takes the Detective Novel Into Uncharted Territory

Written by Jeff Siegel

The Mario Balzic mysteries of K.C. Constantine, the pseudonym of Carl Kosak, have won a legion of f

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