An exploration of four international styles of mystery from Japan, Scandinavia, the U.S., and Australia with examples of each.
Love Rian Johnson's Poker Face? Here are 8 books like Poker Face in the spirit of Charlie Cale and her mystery-solving adventures, including Shutter by Ramona Emerson.
What do murder mysteries get wrong about the food industry? A look behind the kitchen doors with two mystery writers.
These nine political graphic novels, including Borders by Thomas King and Illustrated by Natasha Donovan, cover everything from misinformation to racism to conspiracy theories and more.
Valerie Burns' books are joyous, cozy mysteries that allow readers into what it would be like to have a mystery bookstore, bakery, and more.
A list of 10 recently published historical mysteries from all over the world, one set in every decade from the 1880s to 1970s, including A Tempest At Sea.
A behind the scenes look at how mystery/thriller writers use different points of view to tell their stories — without giving away too much.
Do readers of murder mysteries read true crime and vice versa? I talked to both readers and writers of both genres about their choices.
Sulari Gentill is an innovative author writing postmodern and Golden Age mysteries. Here are the best books of hers to begin with.
The holidays are when people come together...making them great for murder. Here are 8 mysteries for the holidays that are not Christmas, like Year of the Dog by Henry Chang.