Features

Revealing author interviews and gripping essays from the greatest voices in the mystery genre.

Lady Vanishes: The Mysterious Agatha Christie Disappearance

On a cold night in 1926, Agatha Christie vanished without a trace.

The House That Inspired the Board Game Clue is On the Market

The only mystery left is who will make it their home first. 

The Crime Writer Who Went Down With The Titanic

Jacques Futrelle was lost to tragedy, but his captivating works live on.

An Interview with Mia P. Manansala

Words from the author on her cozy debut.

Jack the Ripper and the First Lady of British Crime

How a haunting crime inspired an author of classic detective fiction.

10 Everyday Objects that Doubled as Real Spy Gadgets

These historical gadgets could be smuggled right under the enemy's nose.

Margaret Maron, the Award Winning Mystery Writer, has Passed Away

She was known for her Sigrid Harald and Deborah Knott mystery series.

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

Uncover the history of bloodhounds being used to solve crimes.

Listen to Just To Be Nominated for your Murder Mystery Fix

The new podcast dives into a captivating whodunit, set against the decadence of the Academy Awards.

The Gentleman Thief Who Resurrected Sherlock Holmes

E.W. Hornung, author and creator of Raffles the Amateur Cracksman, died 100 years ago this year.

Vital Tips for Aspiring Mystery and Thriller Writers

A how-to on finding inspiration and refining your work.

Nancy Springer: My Surprising Journey to Creating Enola Holmes

Springer didn't consider herself a mystery author—until she began receiving Edgar Awards for her work.