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Interviews

Ruth Rendell

The creator of Inspector Wexford discusses her fictional alter ego.

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In Brief

Black Diamond

Good food and evil deeds in the French countryside.

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Reviews & Essays

The Taint of Midas

A murder on an island in the Aegean attracts the attention of a very unorthodox detective.

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Reviews & Essays

Death and the Penguin

An obituary writer and his avian companion face down corruption and murder in post-Soviet Russia.

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A Reading Life

Misterioso

A team of Swedish police traces a murder to a secret society—but that's just the beginning.

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Reviews & Essays

Sherlock Lives!

Two new creations summon the spirit of the most famous fictional character of all.

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Reviews & Essays

Our Kind of Traitor

The author of The Spy Who Came in from the Cold and Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy returns with a characteristically compelling tale of the defection of a Russian billionaire.

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The Criminalist

The Legacy of Charlie Chan

Yunte Huang's new study of the fictional detective yields far more than the history of a stereotype.

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In Brief

The Terrorists

A new edition of the classic crime series from Sweden is a chance to revisit the exploits of Stockholm sleuth Martin Beck.

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Reader's Diary

Therapeutic Felony & Mayhem

Brooke Allen on the therapeutic joys of mystery and espionage discoveries from Felony & Mayhem Press.

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Reviews & Essays

Noir

A master of the sentence sends a P.I. in pursuit of the mysteries lurking in the detective novel. Read more...

In Brief

Agatha Christie’s Secret Notebooks

A long-awaited peek into the working mind of a literary genre's most celebrated master. Read more...

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