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More Than a Scientist: The Lesser-Known Life of Sir Isaac Newton

Taking the post of Warden of His Majesty’s Mint in 17th-century London, Newton came face-to-face with seedy criminals. 

By The Archive

7 Classic Thrillers Featuring Fierce Women

These thrilling reads left lasting impressions.

By Allison Wild

Hear No Evil: 7 Best Mystery Audiobooks to Fuel Your Inner Sleuth

Relax into a cozy mystery–or try on something a bit more thrilling.

By Jessica Ferri

What Really Happened to Jimmy Hoffa?

More than forty years after Hoffa's disappearance, author Dan Moldea opens up about interviewing the man everyone thinks pulled the trigger.

By Dan E. Moldea

Read Like Nero Wolfe with Robert Goldsborough’s Favorite Books

Author and creative heir to the Nero Wolfe Mystery series shares the books that have inspired him throughout the years.

By Murder & Mayhem Staff

Author Alan Jacobson Explores the Dark Side of the Moon

The novelist interviews Lt. Colonel Moon Milham, who helped ensure the stakes in his latest military thriller felt all-too-real.

By Alan Jacobson

Alfred and Alma Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho

Go behind the scenes of Psycho–and the marriage of minds that created this masterpiece.

By Murder & Mayhem Staff

CONDOR: The Thrilling New TV Series Will Put You on Edge

James Grady’s 1974 novel, Six Days of the Condor, gets a modern twist. 

By Sarah Mangiola

Discover Classic Thrills with The Thin Man

Decades later, the hard-boiled detective tale still thrills with its twisted plot and charming sleuths racing through boozy, 1930s New York City.

By Jennifer Jackson

7 Mystery Books About Books About Books (and That’s Not a Typo)

Writers everywhere want to take on the challenge of creating an Inception-style mystery–even J. J. Abrams.

By Matthew Blackburn

My Cousin Vinny: The “Courtroom Drama” That Still Makes Us Laugh Over 25 Years Later

Lawrence Kelter's new book based on the movie adds to the film we know and love.

By Sarah Mangiola

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