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Book Review: ‘The Sussex Downs Murder’ by John Bude

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Another gem from the wealth of classic British crime novels. Read More »

Book Review: Motherless Brooklyn by Jonathan Lethem

Lethem's noir romp loses nothing after a decade. Read More »

Book Review: Lady, Go Die! by Mickey Spillane and Max Allan Collins

Mike Hammer is back in a sequel to I, The Jury Read More »

Detective Fiction: The Devil is in the Details

The evolution of detective fiction from Poe to the present. Read More »

Book Review: Hurt Machine by Reed Farrel Coleman

Moe Prager returns to look for the killer of his ex-wife's sister. Read More »

Book Review: Nightcrawlers by Bill Pronzini

A solid entry in this long-running p.i. series, even if its series hero isn’t given all that much to do. Read More »

Interview: Vincent Zandri, Author of Godchild

Take a peek into the life of the fabulous Vincent Zandri and learn a bit about what makes him tick! Read More »

DVD Review: Midsomer Murders – Set 15

Disrupted weddings and old sins haunt Season Eleven of this British mystery series Read More »

DVD Review: The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes, Set Two

There's a lot more behind these little-known Victorian mysteries than you think Read More »