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Celebrate the release of The Big Book of Sherlock Holmes Stories by creating your own fill-in-the blank mystery starring the famed fictional detective.
Check out a list of favorite books from New York Times bestselling author Peter Straub. This hair-raising mix of noir, crime, and horror is guaranteed to give you chills. And don’t miss Straub’s new novel If You Could See Me Now—available from Anchor Books!
Lincoln Child’s investigator Professor Jeremy Logan is back in action, investigating an alleged suicide on the grounds of a sprawling Rhode Island mansion. Read the first three chapters in this exclusive excerpt!
This just might be the most difficult case of Bruno’s career. Dive into the ripped-from-the-headlines story while a Spotify playlist provides the perfect background music!
We’ve rounded up several writers who straddle multiple literary categories—perhaps you’ll discover new crime reads or you’ll be surprised to see a new side of your favorite author.
Until Jo Nesbø’s newest stand-alone crime novel Blood on Snow hits bookstores in the US on April 7, you can read the first 14 pages of it here on Weekly Lizard! You’re welcome.
Check out three fascinating facts about hypnosis during the Belle Époque that we gleaned from Steven Levingston’s breathtaking true crime thriller Little Demon in the City of Light.
Jo Nesbø’s latest thriller, The Son, is new in paperback—why not dedicate the next couple of days to its adrenaline rush of a plot? Here are three reasons you should drop everything and read it.
Every great hero has an origin story. Learn about Sherlock Holmes’s, and how Arthur Conan Doyle used his medical education to create a detective who brought a real scientific approach to his work.
This holiday season, lose yourself in a world of double-dealing cops, ruthless serial killers, and labyrinthine investigations with our list of seven must-read crime fiction novels.