by Leslie Klinger and Laurie R. King

(I had the pleasure of interviewing Leslie Klinger and Laurie R. King in advance of their collection In the Company of Sherlock,  an anthology of stories inspired by the Holmes canon.) TSM: Tell us about the challenge of putting together an anthology; what’s the toughest part? LK: ... More>

11/18/2014
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by Andrew Gulli

Here are my top ten mysteries written in 2014.  1. The Skin Collector by Jeffery Deaver (Hachette) 2. Suspicion by Joseph Finder (Dutton) 3. Wolf Winter by Cecilia Ekbäck (Weinstein Books) 4. The Monogram Murders by Sophie Hannah (William Morrow) 5. Blue Labyrinth by Douglas Preston and ... More>

10/31/2014
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by Jordan Foster

Daylight saving time is on the horizon so it’s the perfect opportunity to curl up with a stack of new books. Here are six suggestions for your October reading list that should keep a crime fiction fan happy (and in some cases, perfectly creeped-out for Halloween). The Counterfeit Heiress ... More>

10/22/2014
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by Steven James

Twelve years ago, I had an idea for a series of mysteries featuring a one-armed detective. At that time, I attended a seminar by a well-known novelist who taught us to outline our fiction carefully and meticulously and then stick to the outline as we crafted our stories. In some cases, he ... More>

10/10/2014
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