Catacombs: A Faye Longchamp Mystery #12

Catacombs: A Faye Longchamp Mystery #12

What secrets lie deep beneath the surface? A deafening explosion rocks a historic Oklahoma City hotel, sending archaeologist Faye Longchamp-Mantooth crashing to the marble floor of the lobby. She's unhurt ...

The Twice-Hanged Man: A Medieval Mystery #15

The Twice-Hanged Man: A Medieval Mystery #15

Autumn, 1282 As Edward I wages a bloody conflict with Wales, Prioress Eleanor escorts her younger brother, Robert, and his wife, who is in labor, from their Marcher lands to ...

The Heirs of Anthony Boucher

The Heirs of Anthony Boucher

The ultimate collection for mystery fans Following in the footsteps of those devoted to science fiction and works about Sherlock Holmes, general mystery fandom emerged in 1967 and has since ...

Murder in the Mill-Race: A British Library Crime Classic

Murder in the Mill-Race: A British Library Crime Classic

Mystery crime fiction written in the Golden Age of Murder "Never make trouble in the village" is an unspoken law, but it's a binding law. You may know about your ...

Surfeit of Suspects: A British Library Crime Classic

Surfeit of Suspects: A British Library Crime Classic

Mystery crime fiction written in the Golden Age of Murder “At 8 o'clock in the evening on the 8th of November, there was a terrific explosion in Green Lane, Evingden.” ...

Shoot the Bastards: A Crystal Nguyen Thriller

Shoot the Bastards: A Crystal Nguyen Thriller

"From Minnesota to South Africa to Mozambique to Vietnam, Michael Stanley's Shoot the Bastards is an extraordinary tale of the extreme measures taken to combat international poaching and smuggling." —C.J. ...

Who’s Sorry Now?: A Lady Adelaide Mystery #2

Who’s Sorry Now?: A Lady Adelaide Mystery #2

London, England 1925 A Russian prince. A wealthy heir. An impoverished earl's daughter. Which one will make an untimely exit from the London social scene? Scotland Yard Detective Inspector Devenand ...

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Violence Is Golden: PW Talks with Martin Edwards

Interview published by Publishers Weekly In Gallows Court, Edwards captures the spirit of detective fiction’s golden age between the world wars. PW: How did you come to write Gallows Court? Martin Edwards: The real driver was my recent involvement in the revival of golden age fiction, as consultant to the British Library’s Crime Classics and author of The Golden Age of Murder. So it made sense to have a go at writing a novel set during the golden age. I wanted ... Read More

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Interview with Wendall Thomas, author of Drowned Under

Travel agent Cyd Redondo returns for another crime-solving adventure in her second mystery, DROWNED UNDER. In this interview, author Wendall Thomas talks about the Golden Age movie stars who served as the inspiration for her wisecracking protagonist, how she researched all the fashion data that Cyd incorporates in her hilarious commentaries on her clothes, makeup and accessories, why both books in this series revolve around endangered species, and what has surprised her the most about the community of mystery writers she joined two ... Read More