Get out your bucket list, detective.
On a cold night in 1926, Agatha Christie vanished without a trace.
These genres are a match made in heaven.
The only mystery left is who will make it their home first.
Sometimes reality and fiction are intertwined.
Jacques Futrelle was lost to tragedy, but his captivating works live on.
How a haunting crime inspired an author of classic detective fiction.
A prolific author and his charmingly vivid detective.
The importance of one author's friendship.
These historical gadgets could be smuggled right under the enemy's nose.
She was known for her Sigrid Harald and Deborah Knott mystery series.
Uncover the history of bloodhounds being used to solve crimes.
The new podcast dives into a captivating whodunit, set against the decadence of the Academy Awards.
E.W. Hornung, author and creator of Raffles the Amateur Cracksman, died 100 years ago this year.
A how-to on finding inspiration and refining your work.
Crime doesn’t stand a chance in the Big Easy.
Think you're up to the challenge, detective?
Springer didn't consider herself a mystery author—until she began receiving Edgar Awards for her work.
Can you make it out in time?