Friday, March 3, 2017

Several Criminous References

EVERYBODY LOVES GETTING something for nothing (i.e., "free"—but take our word for it, my son, nothing is ever really free). Nevertheless, we've come across several "free" texts relating to crime-mystery-detective fiction that you might find useful as references:

(1) The Cambridge Companion to Crime Fiction (2003) (PDF).
       Edited by Martin Priestman. Online (HERE).
(2) Crime Fiction—The New Critical Idiom (2005) (PDF).
       By John Scaggs. Online (HERE).
(3) A Companion to Crime Fiction (2010) (PDF).
       Edited by Charles J. Rzepka and Lee Horsley. Online (HERE).

There's no telling how long they'll be there, so you'd better get a move on.

The bottom line: "Thought is free."

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