Articles tagged crime fiction

Library of America Rethinks Women and the Hard Boiled Tradition in New Set of Women’s Crime Writing

This box set represents a nuanced perspective not only of the crime fiction genre, but of women's contributions to mid-century American culture.

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The Demon of Dakar by Kjell Eriksson

Kjell Eriksson shows us that when a genre novel tries to develop ideas above and beyond its confines without mastering the basics of the genre first, a real mess ensues.

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — It’s almost become a cliche that when lawyers morph into authors they turn to legal thrillers. It’s that adage about

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11 Sep 2007 // 9:41 PM

The Engagement by Georges Simenon

It is a mark of Simenon's artistry that he can devise so compelling a tale out of such unappealing material.

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18 Jul 2007 // 9:59 PM

New England White by Stephen L. Carter

New England White delves into the secrets of race, culture, morality and murder in a university town.

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17 Jul 2007 // 9:59 PM

Blaze by Richard Bachman

Calamity follows lonely, brain-damaged Clayton Blaisdell Jr. in Blaze, written 30 years ago.

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29 Jun 2007 // 10:44 AM

the aftermath of murder is what absorbs these writers

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22 Mar 2007 // 10:00 PM

Christine Falls by Benjamin Black

Man Booker Prize-winner John Banville offers his first crime novel.

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'Fire Emblem Heroes' Is a Bad Crossover

// Moving Pixels

"Fire Emblem Heroes desperately and shamelessly wants to monetize our love for these characters, yet it has no idea why we came to love them in the first place.

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