Anthony Horowitz: The Word Is Murder
Few authors have ever tackled such a wide range of genres, and so sucessfully, including novels for children and young adults, mysteries, graphic novels, plays, film, television, and journalism. He’s even written two Sherlock Holmes novels and two James Bond novels.
by Oline H. Cogdill
Whistle an Eerie Tune: Radio’s The Whistler
The enigmatic, omniscient figure known only as The Whistler presented deviously clever tales of mystery and mayhem in the ’40s and ’50s.
by Michael Mallory
This writer’s goal is not only entertainment but the creation of an emotional bond with the reader.
by John B. Valeri
The Soaring Crime Rate
TSales of crime novels in the UK have soared, overtaking general fiction for the first time.
by Sophie Hannah
Bosch: Everybody Counts or Nobody Counts
One of fiction’s most iconic characters, Michael Connelly’s LA cop Harry Bosch, took a tortuous path from page to screen and TV greatness.
by Craig Sisterson
My Book: Broken Ground
“Life imitates art. And sometimes the other way around, too.”
by Joe Clifford
Chronicles of Detection: Historical Authors Turning to Crime
Five novelists travel through the ages in criminality.
by Barry Forshaw
James W. Ziskin
The seductive world of Saratoga horse racing is the setting for Ziskin’s newest award-nominated novel.
by John B. Valeri
First lines that caught our attention.
“M Is for Missed” Crossword
by Verna Suit
by Kate Stine
by Louis Phillips
Hints & Allegations
Small Press Reviews: Covering the Independents
by Betty Webb
Very Original: Paperback Originals Reviewed
by Hank Wagner
Short and Sweet: Short Stories Considered
by Ben Boulden
Sounds of Suspense: Audiobooks Reviewed
by Dick Lochte
What About Murder? Reference Books Reviewed
by Jon L. Breen
Mystery Scene Reviews