Discover vintage reads that shaped the mystery genre.
We already know what; the question is who?
Three vintage detective tales are primed for rediscovery.
The award-winning crime writer breathes new life into a beloved character.
Do you have what it takes to solve a seemingly impossible crime?
A new look at an old detective fiction icon.
The Queen of Crime’s first novel was published a century ago this year.
His historical mysteries bring Imperial Russia to life.
The Edgar Award winner has a knack for epic heists, thrilling chases, and nonstop action.
Sayers' gentleman sleuth sampled fine wines and caught criminals in his spare time.
Death, art, and orchids? Detective Nero Wolfe returns in the latest series installment.
These legendary whodunits deserve your attention.
These women thrill us with their sleuthing skills.
From amateur sleuths to small-town sheriffs, these fierce females are on the case.
Discover the women that make Maron’s mysteries come to life.
With the 10th book in the series, The Dark Angel, just released, it's time to catch up with the crime-solving archaeologist who has been captivating audiences for almost a decade.
The Continental Op means business in Hammett's short story collections.
By Aliza Polkes
Best known for her Albert Campion series, Margery Allingham was a contemporary of Agatha Christie – and is well worth investigating.