Undercurrents: A Faye Longchamp Mystery #11

Undercurrents: A Faye Longchamp Mystery #11

In Undercurrents, the eleventh Faye Longchamp Mystery, Faye has traveled to Memphis, a city steeped in music, poverty, history, and the smoky tang of barbecue. She's there working alone to ...

Necessary Ends: A Tai Randolph Mystery #6

Necessary Ends: A Tai Randolph Mystery #6

Tai Randolph is no stranger to solving mysteries. With a taste for danger and a talent for amateur sleuthing, she has helped put an assortment of murderers behind bars, much ...

A Dying Note: A Silver Rush Mystery #6

A Dying Note: A Silver Rush Mystery #6

It's autumn of 1881, and Inez Stannert, still the co-owner of Leadville, Colorado's Silver Queen saloon, is settled in San Francisco with her young ward, Antonia Gizzi. Inez has turned ...

Portrait of a Murderer: A British Library Crime Classic

Portrait of a Murderer: A British Library Crime Classic

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY MARTIN EDWARDS   'Adrian Gray was born in May 1862 and met his death through violence, at the hands of one of his own children, at ...

Foreign Bodies: A British Library Crime Classic

Foreign Bodies: A British Library Crime Classic

EDITED AND INTRODUCED BY MARTIN EDWARDS Today, translated crime fiction is in vogue—but this was not always the case. A century before Scandi noir, writers across Europe and beyond were ...

Wild Justice: A Medieval Mystery #14

Wild Justice: A Medieval Mystery #14

It is Spring 1282. England is at war again with Wales. As Baron Hugh of Wynethorpe, a veteran of fighting in Outremer, prepares to join his King's army, he begs ...

Ten Year Stretch: Celebrating a Decade of Crime Fiction at CrimeFest

Ten Year Stretch: Celebrating a Decade of Crime Fiction at CrimeFest

"Edwards and Muller have assembled top-notch talent in this entertaining anthology of 20 original short stories... High-quality entries from the likes of Lee Child, Jeffery Deaver, and Ian Rankin, as ...

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My Characters And Personality Typing

My Characters And Personality Typing By Tina Whittle

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  Those with familiarity of the Myers-Briggs system of personality ordering will recognize a couple of things about me right away. For one, I’m an introvert—I need lots of solitary time to recharge and rejuvenate. I am comfortable making decisions emotionally, using my intuitive understanding of the situation (which may or may not jibe with the facts of said situation). But once I’ve made up my mind, I stick with it, preferring an environment of structure and order over a ... Read More

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Just the Right Amount of Detail

Just the Right Amount of Detail By David P Wagner

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Screenwriters have a big advantage over those of us who write for print. That fact was brought home to me recently while watching one of the many excellent British mystery programs on PBS. A recurring sequence in these dramas: The detective superintendent gets a call that a body has been found, and off they go to the crime scene. Of course the same thing can happen on the pages of a book, often a dramatic finish to a chapter, making ... Read More