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Book Review: ‘Resorting to Murder: Holiday Mysteries’ ed. Martin Edwards

resorting to murder

"Resorting to Murder": The stories themselves are an uneven bunch with both excellent tales and some clinkers. Read More »

Interview: Raymond Benson, Author of ‘The Black Stiletto’ Suspense Series

Raymond Benson

'Being the first American Bond author, there were a few British Bond fans who wanted to kill me. You can’t please everyone.' Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Library of America Edition’ by Dashiell Hammett


For Dashiell Hammett fans, the 'Library of America Edition' is a holiday must. Read More »

Book Review: ‘After Her’ by Joyce Maynard

Joyce Maynard After Her

Veteran novelist Joyce Maynard has returned with a coming of age story woven into a serial killer investigation that is both evocative and captivating. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Easy Prey’ by Douglas Watkinson

Easy Prey

A recently retired copper with anger management issues proves a great new detective creation. Read More »

Interview with Greg Messel, Author of ‘San Francisco Secrets’

San Francisco Secrets

" I like a mystery that shuns much of the gross violence and depravity found in some popular books." Read More »

Book Review: On The Waterfront: A Novel by Budd Schulberg

An unforgettable vision of crime, politics, and class in the twentieth century. Read More »

Book Review: The Missings by Peg Brantley

Are the mutilated bodies of young men and women a serial killer, a cult, or simply greed at work? Read More »

eBook Review: Ehrengraf For the Defense and Eleven Stories by Lawrence Block

If faced with a murder charge, the evidence overwhelming, you want the one man who believes in your innocence. Even when you did it. Read More »

Book Review: The Devil’s Redhead by David Corbett

Ec-Con, Bad Dan, The Man Who Can risks his freedom to save the woman he loves. Read More »