Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Criminal Scholarship

Nicholas Fuller has done a great deal of good, scholarly work in the detective/crime fiction field, much of which has been published on the MYSTERICAL-E webzine.

About Paul Halter, Gallic impossible crime specialist, Fuller writes:
Halter's work is heavily inspired by that of John Dickson Carr, the great Anglo-American detective writer and master of the impossible crime—murders committed in locked rooms, inaccessible towers, and on beaches where not a single footprint was left by the murderer.
 Fuller has two articles concerning Halter here and here.

About criminous Christmases.
About Edmund Crispin.
About Gladys Mitchell, here and here.
About John Dickson Carr.
About Nicholas Blake.
About H. C. Bailey.

Category: Detective fiction

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