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 Gladys Mitchell, here and here.
About H. C. Bailey.

Category: Detective fiction

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