Freeman Wills Crofts
Freeman Wills Crofts was one of the major writers during the Golden Age of Detective Fiction in Britain
No Plan B by Lee and Andrew Child
On October 25, 2022, No Plan B, the 27th in the Jack Reacher series hit the stores.
John Creasey wrote over 600 acknowledged novels, including Gideon’s Way, and used at least twenty-nine pseudonyms.
Mystery Readings for August
Suggestions for mystery reading in August,
The Rabbi’s Harry Kemelman
Harry Kemelman published his first novel, Friday the Rabbi Slept Late, in 1964. That began his Rabbi Small series
John D. MacDonald
by Tim Suddeth John D. MacDonald was one of the most prolific and acclaimed American writers. He is best known for his Travis McGee series and the many TV shows taken from his writing. Stephen King praised MacDonald as “The great entertainer of our age, and a mesmerizing storyteller.” But he cut his chops by […]
The Case of the Baker Street Irregulars
Laurie R. King
The Mystery Writers of America announced that they have chosen Laurie R. King to be their 2022 Grand Master at this year’s conference.
John Grisham’s name is synonymous with a best-seller. When you think of legal thrillers, John Grisham is one of the first names that comes to mind. Since his first book, The Firm, came out in 1987, he has kept a place on the New York bestsellers list. And if you’ve read any of his […]
Dorothy L. Sayres: A Queen of the Golden Age
Mystery readers have long named Dorothy Leigh Sayers as one of the queens of the Golden Age of British detective writing.