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Because it never hurts to add a little bit more to your to-read list, we thought this was the perfect time to share our favorite thrilling reads with you.
Jack the Ripper, infamous serial killer, whose gruesome murders terrorized London’s East End in 1888, is the subject of Edgar Award-winning editor Otto Penzler’s latest anthology.
These are the books you REALLY need to read this summer.
If you don’t already know James Crumley, winner of the Hammet Prize and self-described “bastard child of Raymond Chandler,” today is the day to pick up one of his books.
Here is your guide to the Dexter series, from the first book to the last.
With excellent pacing and twisty plots, a good crime novel is an unmatched reading experience.
Believe it or not, there are folks out there who still haven’t read The Girl in the Spider’s Web. In an effort to address the issue, we present 3 reasons any self-respecting Stieg Larsson fan should read this new addition to the series.
From zombie attacks to hauntings, there are lots of ways a story can make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. Check out our list of books guaranteed to leave you in a cold sweat.
Leif GW Persson, a master of Scandinavian crime fiction, is back with his irascible, obdurate, and very thirsty Swedish police officer, Detective Superintendent Evert Bäckström.
Get a taste of what it’s like to lead a life of high-stakes espionage with an infographic that captures playboy Malko Linge’s stats from the first four novels available in the U.S.
Wiseguy Quotes“The streets were dark with something more than night.” —The Simple Art of Murder
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