Redemption is a key theme of this beloved author’s work, and in her own life, a second chance led to love, sobriety, and success.
by Craig Sisterson
Murder in Pencil & Ink
The last two decades have seen a resurgence in crime and mystery-themed comics.
by Michael Mallory
Rising stars Brendan Slocumb, Eli Cranor, Nita Prose, and Wanda M. Morris dish on their various paths to publishing success.
by Hank Phillippi Ryan
The author offers insight into Sri Lankan culture and traditions in her critically acclaimed thrillers.
by Oline H. Cogdill
The Biblio Files: Bookish Mysteries
Combinations of mystery and book lore so good they should be against the law.
by John B. Valeri
A Talk With Lee Child & Andrew Child
Two brothers, one iconic ex-Army lone wolf character out to right the world’s wrongs, and kick butt as necessary.
by Eileen Brady
Cornell Woolrich: Waltz Into Darkness
Since his death 54 years ago, American crime writer Cornell Woolrich has divided literary critics. Is he “the Poe of the 20th century”—or something else?
by Curtis Evans
A North Florida native, Lister used his Southern storytelling heritage to create his prison chaplain detective John Jordan.
by John B. Valeri
The Annual Mystery Lovers Gift Guide
Here’s an alluring pile of loot for all the good little boys and girls of your criminal acquaintance.
by Kevin Burton Smith
The Mystery Scene Crossword
by Verna Suit
by Kate Stine
by Louis Phillips
Hints & Allegations
Small Press Reviews: Covering the Independents
by Katrina Niidas Holm
Very Original: Paperback Originals Reviewed
by Hank Wagner and Robin Agnew
Sounds of Suspense: Audiobooks Reviewed
by Dick Lochte
Short and Sweet: Short Stories Considered
by Ben Boulden
Just the Facts
by Pat H. Broeske
Mystery Scene Reviews