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Elisa Shoenberger

Journalist, writer, oral historian, saxophone player 

@Vogontroubadour

Talking Murder and Pies with Misha Popp

"Sometimes you just need a little whimsy in your murder."

Locked Room Mysteries and the Allure of Stage Magicians with Gigi Pandian

This award-winning mystery author describes her puzzle-centric books as Gothic cozies.

Exploring True Crime and Oral History in Joseph Knox's True Crime Story

We were thrilled to have the opportunity to interview Joseph Knox about his latest novel.

9 "New Beginnings" Murder Mysteries

These fictional characters feel the urge to start fresh.

Playing Clue with Diana Peterfreund

Murder & Mayhem talks with mystery author Diana Peterfreund about her work in the Clue franchise.

It Takes a Community: Writing Crime at the Midnight Hour

20 writers of color come together in this extraordinary anthology of crime fiction stories set at midnight.

10 Jazz Age Mysteries That'll Make You Swing

Speakeasies, gangsters, and moonshine—oh, my.

Shifty Eyes: 9 Mysteries Told From Multiple Points-of-View

Having more than one narrator makes these mysteries even tougher to solve.

10 Meta Mystery Novels that Put the Murder Back in Murder Mystery

What happens when murder mystery enthusiasts are faced with a real murder?

The Rise of the Millennial Cozy Mystery

A classic genre shifting to appeal to a fresh audience.

An Interview with Mia P. Manansala

Words from the author on her cozy debut.

Mysteries Set in the Windswept Streets of Chicago

From the city's cozy wonders to its dark underworld.

Behind the Bloodhounds: The History, Science, and Ability of Bloodhounds

Uncover the history of bloodhounds being used to solve crimes.