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.
Springer didn't consider herself a mystery author—until she began receiving Edgar Awards for her work.
Can you make it out in time?
Can you piece together the mystery?
The author of the Joe DeMarco thriller series discusses Washington politics, creating villains, and how working for the Navy impacted his writing.
The gift-giving mystery is now elementary.
"You're working to save someone’s life. It’s intense, and it’s not always all good."
The author of What You Don't See discusses crime fiction set in Chicago, recommends a few of her favorite mystery authors, and shares what makes her PI protagonist Cass Raines tick.
The celebrated Blood Angel author shares the ways in which his real-life experiences as a cop inform his writing about humanity.
The policy advisor and celebrated author of Immunity shares what mysteries and thrillers can teach us about real-life genetic dilemmas.
It's no secret—these mystery board games are a blast.
The Queen of Crime’s first novel was published a century ago this year.
His larger-than-life sleuth left an indelible legacy on crime fiction.
His popular mystery books transported readers to the timeless western frontier.
Her character Blanche White, an African American maid-turned-sleuth, was a favorite among mystery readers.