Having more than one narrator makes these mysteries even tougher to solve.
Sometimes reality and fiction are intertwined.
The award-winning crime writer breathes new life into a beloved character.
It's a great time to revisit this classic British mystery
E.W. Hornung, author and creator of Raffles the Amateur Cracksman, died 100 years ago this year.
Celebrate 100 years of Agatha Christie's beloved detective with the very best Hercule Poirot mysteries.
By Kara Brand
Three vintage detective tales are primed for rediscovery.
Do you have what it takes to solve a seemingly impossible crime?
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.
By Orrin Grey
As HBO's gritty new Perry Mason reboot thrills TV viewers, we're revisiting the author who created the legendary mystery series: Erle Stanley Gardner.
The pioneering novelist gave us murderous butlers, a new school of mystery, and an early version of Batman.
By Olivia Mason