Crime Fiction Virtual Round-Table
We talk with Wayne Arthurson, Steve Burrows, Hilary Davidson, Dieter Kalteis, Ausma Zehanant Khan, Suzanne Kingsmill, Janice MacDonald, and R.J. McMillen. …
Get Gripped: Mystery, Thriller and Crime Novels to Read This Spring
These are the kind of books they had to make up the word "unputdownable" for.
CanLit Noir: Ricochet Books
Series by Vehicule Press brings hard boiled detective novels of the '40s and '50s back into print.
Safe as Houses: A List by Susan Glickman
Because houses have many more sides than just four walls.
Holey Tales: 7 Literary Sleuths Are on the Case for Mystery Month
In which writers use a mysterious hole as a starting point for a mystery. The results are wildly diverse, a lot of fun, and make for some excellent …
More Than One Side to Every Story
Kelley Powell, author of YA novel The Merit Birds, on novels that inhabit multiple points of view.
2015 Arthur Ellis Shortlists
Ten Mystery Books to Read This Spring
'Tis the season to curl up with mystery!
Detecting Canada Excerpt: A Feminist Examination of Joanne Kilbourn
Pamela Bedore discusses Gail Bowen’s Joanne Kilbourn novels, arguing that the author uses the series as a jumping-off point for a feminist examination/reconstruction …