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One crime fiction leads to another in Danish encounter

Ian Rankin of Scotland is one of crime fiction’s pre-eminent writers. His new book, Standing in Another Man’s Grave, finds his signature detective John Rebus uncomfortably in retirement and ...

Make plenty of time for these summer reads

Here are three books you probably shouldn’t read. They’re magnificently written but for only the crime-fiction pro and the dog days of summer when you can disengage with sunshine,...

The Other Typist – a mystery – is about obsession

The Other Typist is Suzanne Rindell’s debut novel, and perhaps her first published writing. Rindell lives in New York City and is a Ph.D. candidate in American modernist literatur...

Finding an Ace after all these years of reading

Ace Atkins has been around and writing rich crime fiction for a long time. I’m surprised at how long it has taken me to find him, or even hear his name during the time it takes to write 12 n...

Rubenfeld’s crime tale is heady stuff

Jed Rubenfeld’s The Interpretation of Murder is perhaps the most intriguing novel I have ever read – certainly the most Byzantine crime fiction you’ll come across. It takes place ...