Zany, unpredictable—and wildly entertaining.
Killer murder mysteries for your sleuthing pleasure.
Collections of the best crime and mystery fiction for insatiable sleuths.
Bite-sized books that pack a punch.
A fictional embodiment of Victorian-era intrigue and intellect, Blake's masterful deduction skills were the scourge of literary criminal.
Embezzlement, murder and espionage—these Victorian era mysteries are far from dull.
These classic crime writers were also people of the cloth.
The hero of his own thrillers.
The legendary women of the Golden Age of crime fiction.
Enter the seedy underbelly of British crime.
The haunting story of an abandoned ghost shop ship and its permanent impression on the esteemed author.
Discover these classic whodunits with international flair.
The top of the hit parade.
The Sherlock Holmes creator's unexpected connection to the Fairy Folk.
Freeman Wills Crofts, master of the mundane.
Was it delusion, or something deeper?
A classic eccentric.
George Orwell had some choice words for this 1939 crime novel.
When art imitates life.