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Death Doesn't Strike the Same Place Twice—Right?

In Charlotte MacLeod's The Withdrawing Room, Sarah Kelling fears that something sinister is targeting her boarding house.

10 Must-Read Jack Higgins Thrillers

Buckle up for chills, thrills, and espionage skills.

How Mary Roberts Rinehart Got Her Start—and Invented a New Kind of Mystery

The so-called "American Agatha Christie" revolutionized the mystery genre with her 1908 novel, The Circular Staircase.

Amelia Peabody Investigates a Cursed Mummy in The Deeds of the Disturber

Is a human criminal responsible for the strange happenings at the British Museum—or is an ancient curse truly to blame?

8 Books for Fans of Enola Holmes Mysteries

Sherlock's little sister would take any of these sleuths as her Watson.

Your Pulpy Vacation Read: McNally's Secret, by Lawrence Sanders

The author's bestselling, sun-drenched Archy McNally series will make you want to bid winter farewell.

Albert Campion Hunts a Killer in Margery Allingham's The Beckoning Lady

Detective Albert Campion questions the owner of a small but notorious estate after a corpse is found nearby...

7 Neil Cross Books for Fans of Gritty Crime Fiction

The "Hard Sun" and "Luther" creator delivers crime thrillers that are as addictive as his TV shows.

Remembering Mystery Author Joan Hess

The Agatha Award-winning author of the Arly Hanks series recently passed away.

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