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Blogs about Crime and mystery books

9 blogs about Crime and mystery books.

  1. Beneath the Stains of Time
    “Welcome to the niche corner, dedicated to the great detective stories of yore and their neo-classical descendants.” By TomCat.

    Prague Fatale (2011) by Philip Kerr
    Philip Kerr was a British author who garnered wide success with his World War II thriller series about Bernhard "Bernie" Gunther, Kriminal Commissar, which began as a trilogy and appeared to have been completed by …
    By TomCat, 1,810 words

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  2. Bitter Tea and Mystery
    “Where I list what I read and my reactions. Mystery is my genre, leaning towards  traditional mysteries and police procedurals.” By TracyK. 🇺🇸

    Two Country Music Mysteries
    In this post I am covering two humorous mystery novels set in the country music world. The first book was Fender Benders by Bill Fitzhugh, published in 2001. I read it in February.This book is …
    By TracyK, 665 words

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  3. Criminal Element NEW
    “Mysteries, Thrillers, and all things Killer!”

    Father/Daughter Detective Teams
    I’ve always loved “buddy” detective stories featuring a main sleuth and his or her sidekick, especially if the relationship is akin to oil and water (at odds all the time) or oil and vinegar (a …
    By Marcy McCreary, 58 words

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  4. Cross Examining Crime
    By Kate Jackson. 🇬🇧

    Murder in the Caribbean (2018) by Robert Thorogood
    I did wonder if I would cause some kind of readers’ revolt by returning to the Death in Paradise series for the third time in the same month, but as my husband reminded me, my …
    By armchairreviewer, 1,120 words

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  5. Mystery*File
    “Devoted to mystery and detective fiction.” By Steve Lewis. 🇺🇸

    Diary Review: JOHN D. MacDONALD – Pale Gray for Guilt.
    JOHN D. MacDONALD – Pale Gray for Guilt. Travis McGee #9, Gold Medal d1893, paperback original, 1968. Lippincott, hardcover, 1971. Reprinted many times. A friend of Travis McGee has a small business that was blocking …
    By Steve, 239 words

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  6. The Passing Tramp
    “Wandering through the mystery genre, book by book.” By Curtis Evans. 🇺🇸

    Detections and Discursions: PD James' Devices and Desires (1989), Book the Last
    "It's very satisfying to the human ego to discover the truth; ask Adam Dalgliesh. It's even more satisfying to human vanity to imagine you can avenge the innocent, restore the past, vindicate the right. But …
    By The Passing Tramp, 4,613 words

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  7. Pretty Sinister Books
    “Crime, Supernatural and Adventure fiction. Obscure, Forgotten and Well Worth Reading.” By J F Norris. 🇺🇸

    The Empty Bed - Herbert Adams
    I read three books that were set around or on Christmas Day during December and have managed to finish only one in time for the end of 2022. One I stopped because it was so …
    By J F Norris, 1,341 words

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  8. Spy Write
    “Reviewing and collecting spy fiction and nonfiction.” By Jeff Quest. 🇺🇸

    Barbican Station – SLOW HORSES Season Two Finale Recap
    Find all previous and future episodes listed here or in your podcast app under “Barbican Station”. Donate to Room to Read here or share the link – We’re back to discuss the finale of …
    By Spy Write, 188 words

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  9. Up and Down These Mean Streets
    “In 1977 Don Herron began leading The Dashiell Hammett Tour, now the longest-running literary tour in the nation.” 🇺🇸

    Mort: John Jakes
    It’s time to mention his name in Atlantis. Brian Leno popped the news to me that John Jakes died Saturday March 18, age 90. Jakes was one of the most commercially successful writers to emerge …
    By Don, 324 words

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