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1 Olivia Laing’s Reading Piles Are Far From Organized
2 Decades After Her Death, Mystery Still Surrounds Crime Novelist Joseph
3 Book review: Sorry For The Dead: A Josephine Tey Mystery, by Nicola Upson
4 A Pair of Ragged Claws
5 Existential mysteries to read over the long winter to come
6 The Skeptical Detective
7 A choice of classic crime fiction
8 Revealed: The secret life of Josephine Tey
9 Programs with the Brookline Library
10 Tana French's Book Recommendations
11 Nebraska awards record 3,594 degrees in May ceremonies | Nebraska Today | University of Nebraska–Lincoln
12 Genre round-up — the best new crime thrillers
13 The mystery of our favourite writers
14 How a Detective Novel Led to the Rediscovery of Richard III
15 Book review: A passionate biography of Josephine Tey, an extraordinary crime writer from the Highlands
16 Let Books Create Your Summer
17 Val McDermid: 'To survive, you had to be twice as good as the guys'
18 New book features St Michael's Mount snowy murder mystery
19 Josephine Tey, A Life by Morag Henderson, review: 'entertaining'
20 Granite Noir: Author Peter May to discuss rejected novel that predicted the pandemic as book festival goes online
21 A Reader Looking for Remedies Thinks Back to Other Difficult Times
22 Book clinic: who are the best alternatives to Agatha Christie?
23 Bookmark: When books became even more precious
24 Val McDermid: the brillliant unconventional crime novels of Josephine Tey
25 In her new mystery, Minneapolis writer Mary Logue writes about the Irish immigrant experience
26 How to read good books for free without breaking the law (sort of)
27 Bookish: Author Susan Napier on the Beauty of Transience
28 Granite Noir takes crime fiction online as festival returns for a fifth year
29 Best new crime fiction: Ian Rankin’s brilliant John Rebus returns
30 You recommended your favorite crime fiction. Here’s our take on some of them. | The Plot Thickens
31 The Sunday Times pick of the best crime fiction for November 2020
32 Five classic crime novels to keep you guessing
33 The age of reckoning is upon us: Bring it on and arrest...
34 Five Best: H.S. Cross on Novels About Boarding School
35 From Agatha Christie to Gillian Flynn: 50 great thrillers by women
36 Books of the year
37 Here are whodunit master Louise Penny's favorite mystery reads
38 Dennis Lehane leads the way into levels of underworld and mystery
39 Murder Most Cosy
40 To get us through, finding the wisdom of books written in isolation
41 Inside the List
42 Book World: 'Books to Die For,' reviewed by Michael Dirda
43 11 Mystery Novels That Don't Start With A Dead Girl
44 After You See 'Us,' Read These 15 Unsettling Books About Doppelgangers
45 The Ms. Q&A: Susan Rubin Wants More Women to Explore "The Road Not Taken"
46 There’s something about Mary Higgins Clark (1927-2020): Remembering the bestselling suspense writer
47 Louise Penny: By the Book
48 It's today's slavery that should concern us now
49 Santa Cruz mystery writer Laurie R. King talks Sherlock Holmes, plots and books
50 In a New Crime Lineup, a Supine Swede and Private Eyes With Bad Habits
51 Mysteries You Might Have Missed Along the Way
52 Granite Noir takes crime fiction online
53 Christmas Books 2020: David Bowie, Dolly Parton, Susie Dent and more | HeraldScotland
54 12 absorbing, apolitical reads for people who desperately want an election distraction
55 The best new crime fiction — a grisly college killing kicks off our November roundup
56 How Coffee Became a Modern Necessity
57 Men and Women
58 Judi Daykin sets DS Sara Hirst book series in Norfolk
59 The best crime novels by women since 2000 | Saturday Review
60 TV is obsessed with violence against women | Comment
61 Reinventing Philip Marlowe
62 Simon Winchester: By the Book
63 8 Books About Unsolved Historical Mysteries That Will Make You Question Everything
64 Poe Started It All | HPPR
65 From Muriel Spark to Angela Carter: which women should get blue plaques?
66 Woke prudes are as bad as Mary Whitehouse | Comment
67 11 Historical Crime Books That Aren't About Jack The Ripper
68 Val McDermid: ‘I was scornful of fantasy until I read Terry Pratchett'
69 A Moody Tale Of Murder In A 'Broken' Dublin Suburb
70 Fear in the Sunlight, By Nicola Upson
71 Film Forum · YOUNG AND INNOCENT
72 The Greatest Crime Novelists on Their Favorite Crime Novels Ever
73 Review: 'Richard the Third' at Shakespeare Theatre Company
74 Five Best: Sara Collins on Crime Novels
75 The Hitchcockian influence in 'The Woman in the Window'
76 Did Richard III Kill the Princes in the Tower?
77 Royal mystery solved: Richard III ‘cleared of killing Princes in Tower’ by historic theory
78 The best recent crime novels | Culture | The Sunday Times
79 The best crime fiction for November 2020 — from the Lincoln Lawyer to murderous women
80 The best biographies of 2015
81 Sherlock Holmes or Nancy Drew? Pick literature's greatest detective.
82 Appreciation: How P.D. James changed my reading habits – and my writing
83 International Women's Day: Five 20th century books everyone should read
84 Why Chicago is a Hub for Crime Fiction
85 Despatches from a room: In these stories set in conf..aces, imagination helps decipher an inaccessible world
86 Terry Prone: A generous life needlessly and silently lost under cover of Covid
87 Anthony Quinn's Curtain Call: a murder mystery that captures the spirit of a decade
88 Who was Richard III? How fiction can define history
89 25 Genre Novels That Should be Classics
90 Thirteen Guests: A chilling country-house mystery of the Golden Age with cricket playing an important role
91 Barbara Mertz obituary
92 Scotland's favourite books: readers' picks
93 Of Granular Material and Singing Sands
94 A Good Read
95 Quadruple jeopardy for King Richard III?
96 Five books by women, about women, for everyone
97 The Kiwi that inspired Daniel Mallory's The Woman in the Window
98 A Murder On Malabar Hill: Sujata Massey’s Perveen Mistry goes sleuthing in 1920s India
99 13 New Mystery Novels You'll Love Attempting To Solve This Fall
100 How Rosalind Franklin’s “Photo 51” Told Us the Truth About Ourselves