At Crime Reads, Wendy Walker recommends 8 thrillers in which women disappear. “Most missing person cases are the result of the person having walked away voluntarily. Some return on their own. Some choose to stay gone. And then there are those—the outliers—whose disappearance involves criminal activity. Below is […]
Crime writers talk about what they read when they’re not writing at Crime Reads.
Esquire looks into the cinematic and television history of tying clues and insights together with yarn, pushpins, tape, photographs, newspaper articles, maps, drawings and post-it notes. There’s some discussion of production design, too!
Krampus has passed you over and Yule Cat has decided you’re fine. You took Père Fouettard in a fight and Knecht Ruprecht was no match for you. Your feats of strength were peerless at Festivus. You’ve got the 7 Principles of Kwanzaa down. And I am optimistic about […]
Ann Cleeves, Val McDermid and Dreda Say Mitchell suggest some sweet thrillers for your reading pleasure!
“Who is Murder, She Wrote’s writing sleuth Jessica Fletcher if not Agatha Christie and Miss Marple all rolled up into one person?—and a long TV history that runs through some of the medium’s most innovative shows. So, yes, give Deception grief for watering down and inverting the Now […]