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When the World’s Most Famous Mystery Writer Vanished The New York Times
On a cold December night in 1926, Agatha Christie went out in her beloved Morris Cowley roadster and didn't return home for 11 days. Here's how her ...
A precocious detective and her English mysteries | Books Virginian-Pilot
Comic books in first grade hooked many of my rootless generation on reading, while the likes of “Fun with Dick and Jane” admittedly required a certain amount ...
Magic for Liars blends magic school with a murder mystery The Verge
Magic school clashes with a murder mystery in Magic for Liars, the debut novel from Sarah Gailey. But there's one key twist: That's because while the school and ...
After Years of Writing Mystery Books, Listen to Lawyer's Hilarious 'Aha!' Moment in Court (MOTH Monday) Good News Network
Gordon had spent years working as a criminal defense lawyer before he finally got to experience the satisfying “eureka!” moment he had always read about.
Jennifer Aniston reunites with Adam Sandler for 'Murder Mystery' Mashable
Netflix's 'Murder Mystery' stars Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler as a couple who get caught up in an Agatha Christie-esque whodunit.
How Did Mystery Writer Twitter Become Convinced This Debut Author Didn’t Exist? Slate
The creators of Scarlet, a new suspense imprint aimed at a primarily female audience, weren't planning to release any details about their first book this week.
8 of the Best Private Detectives in Mystery Series Book Riot
This list of private detectives in mystery series is sponsored by Forge Books. In the words of Lee Child on Gone to Dust, “I want more of Nils Shapiro.” New York ...
How This Mystery Author Has Kept Readers Guessing Whodunnit For 25 Books Forbes
Since the first volume in the Faith Fairchild cozy mystery series by Katherine Hall Page was published in 1990, the prolific author has gone on to write 24 more, ...
Cozy Mystery Book Club at Vineland Public Library Press of Atlantic City
Called “cozies” for short, cozy mysteries are a sub-genre of crime and mystery books that are lighter on the violence and sexual *content*. If you're a fan of cozies, ...
Wish You Were At The Beach? Read These 22 Books To Transport You There Bustle
Summer is finally here, and I've got 22 new books set at the beach to read when you can't be there yourself. If your beach vacation can't come quickly enough, ...
Authors Steve Hamilton and Bryan Gruley northernexpress.com
Few know the necessity of homecoming quite like a native of the great Mitten State. Even fewer know the nooks and crannies of its illustrious Up North. ...
'Murder Mystery' is a refreshingly fun whodunnit from Adam Sandler The Daily Dot
Starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston, 'Murder Mystery' is an easygoing whodunnit that lets the audience in on the fun.
BOOKS: Martin Walker adds 14th in series of mystery novels nwitimes.com
After reading Martin Walker's "The Body in the Castle Well," the 14th book in the series about Police Chief Bruno Courrèges, I Googled real estate listings in the ...
11 new science fiction and fantasy books to check out in late June The Verge
Here are 11 new science fiction and fantasy novels that are coming out in the latter half of June, including space opera and apocalyptic tales.
10 New Books We Recommend This Week The New York Times
“No more pencils, no more books,” the song goes, and can we just say that we do not approve? Summer in this hemisphere officially arrives on June 21, but ...
TEXAS READS: Book investigates murder mystery of botany professor Bryan-College Station Eagle
Austin novelist Susan Wittig Albert has written the 29th book in her popular China Bayles Mystery series, A Plain Vanilla Murder (Persevero Press, $26.99 ...
Santa Cruz mystery writer Laurie R. King talks Sherlock Holmes, plots and books East Bay Times
Santa Cruz's Laurie R. King, whose awards span the alphabet from Agatha to Nero Wolfe, has gone where no other writer has before, pairing the unflappable ...
Groundbreaking held for Lyseth Elementary School expansion WMTW Portland
On the final day of school, a special groundbreaking ceremony was held for the expansion of Lyseth Elementary School in Portland.
Reading Amelia Bedelia as a parable on domestic labor Vox.com
Welcome to Vox's weekly book link roundup, a curated selection of the internet's best writing on books and related subjects. Here's the best the web has to offer ...
Frank Herbert’s ‘Dune’ headed to TV alongside novels by Agatha Christie and Mona Awad Los Angeles Times
Upcoming television shows will be based on books by Agatha Christie, Frank Herbert, Mona Awad and more.
“There’s Nothing to Doooo” Slate
Get your child genuinely excited to read this summer with Slate's kids' summer reading package. Got a reluctant reader on your hands? This librarian can help.
We Figured Out Commander Lawrence, The Handmaid's Tale's Biggest Mystery Refinery29
Here's a near complete list of everything we know about Commander Lawrence (Bradley Whitford), the principal enigma of season 3 of The Handmaid's Tale.
John McEvoy, Daily Racing Form editor and author of horse track mysteries, dies at 83 Chicago Tribune
John McEvoy was an editor with the Daily Racing Form in Chicago and later wrote mystery novels centered around the horse track. He died at age 83.
Linda Fairstein Says 'When They See Us' Is "Outright Fabrication" in New Op-Ed GoodHousekeeping.com
Central Park Five prosecutor Linda Fairstein is a lawyer turned crime novelist. Here's what we know about Linda Fairstein's books, 'When They See Us' ...
The 10 best books of June to read while you soak up the sun Christian Science Monitor
There are beach reads and exciting travel adventures galore in the June roundup of the Monitor's top 10 book recommendations.
Anthony Price, Author of Cold War Spy Thrillers, Dies at 90 The New York Times
Anthony Price, whose string of espionage novels, rich in historical references and complex characters, drew comparisons to the work of John le Carré, died on ...
“The Westing Game,” a Tribute to Labor That Became a Dark Comedy of American Capitalism The New Yorker
Jia Tolentino writes about the children's book “The Westing Game,” by Ellen Raskin.
Harper Lee on a Preacher Serial Killer and More Mysteries and Thrillers Book Riot
Your mystery and thriller loving TBR wants these great new releases and backlist mysteries!
Moving to a New Place Is Hard for Kids. These Books Show How It Gets Better. The New York Times
Ali Benjamin's new novel and a sparkling debut from Laura Tucker are among four books about relocation and the promise of new beginnings.
Kate Atkinson: ‘I live to entertain. I don’t live to teach or preach or to be political’ The Guardian
After the success of Life After Life and A God in Ruins, the novelist shares why she is enjoying writing more as she gets older – and the return of detective ...
Newest moon mystery is fascinating CNN
Don Lincoln writes that the detection of such a large and unexpected mass on the lunar surface reminds us that we have so much to learn about the birth of the ...
'Furious Hours:' Another Mystery Around Harper Lee wgbh.org
Casey Cep joined Jim Braude to discuss her new book, “Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud and the Last Trial of Harper Lee.”
Breath of the Wild’s sequel may solve a big mystery in the first game Polygon
The trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's sequel shows Link and Zelda diving into ruins that seem heavily inspired by the Zonai, a group of people ...
The message of these ‘civic sermons’: Have faith in your fellow Americans The Washington Post
Eric Liu says the nation needs a “civic religion” to restore its hope and purpose.
First Love and Other Investigations The New York Times
In these Y.A. novels, teenagers search for answers to the mysteries of love and the puzzle of themselves.
The best recent crime and thrillers – review roundup The Guardian
Those People by Louise Candlish; The Van Apfel Girls Are Gone by Felicity McLean; The Whisper Man by Alex North; Your Truth or Mine? by Trisha Sakhlecha: ...
Just Read Slate
Try a library summer reading program to get your kids into reading.
Murder by the Book: A hub for crime, mystery stories for nearly 40 years Community Impact Newspaper
May 21, 2019: McKenna Jordan's exposure to mystery and murder began at a young age. Both of her parents worked in law enforcement, and as a child, she ...
Review: Mysteries of Mars The Space Review
Mysteries of Mars by Fabio Vittorio De Blasio Springer Praxis, 2018 paperback, 204 pp., illus. ISBN 978-3-319-74783-5. US$29.99. This summer is shaping up ...
Five Best: Brian Lamb on Books That Pack a Punch Wall Street Journal
By Robert Kurson (2004). 1. Between 1939 and 1945, Germany launched 1,067 U-boats; 750 of them never returned. Robert Kurson writes about one of them, ...
The Mystery Surrounding Natalie Wood's Death Biography
On November 29, 1981, the body of actress Natalie Wood, star of such acclaimed films as Miracle on 34th Street, Rebel Without a Cause and West Side Story, ...
Keanu Reeves: The mystery of the internet's boyfriend CNN
The internet is swooning over the actor's special "no-touch" way of taking pictures with women, and he may indeed by a true gentleman in a handsy world, writes ...
Summer Thrillers: The Most Cerebral and Compulsively Readable Books of the Season Vanity Fair
From Baltimore in the 1960s and Guatemala in the 1980s to worlds too strange to be our own, these five novels might just be more transportive than your ...
Mystery Book Club at Thomaston Public Library PenBayPilot.com
THOMASTON — The Thomaston Public Library Mystery Book Club will meet Thursday, June 6, at 11 a.m., to discuss Louise Penny's Still Life – the first in the ...
DC TV Watch: 'Supergirl' Season 5 Burning Questions Hollywood Reporter
The Hollywood Reporter rounds up the major events on all the DC Comics TV shows with DC TV Watch. This week: Counting down all the burning questions ...
Book It: The Five Best Literary Events This Week Westword
In the coming days, the Denver literary scene looks at Colorado history, cuisine, politics, career advice and, of course, some damn fine reads, and every one of ...
13 Best Mystery Books - Top Detective Novels in 2019 WomansDay.com
Get out your Sherlock cap for the best mystery books in 2019. Get on the case with these fantastic crime stories and thriller novels that will have you on the edge ...
Elizabeth Gilbert Is Owning Her Past Mistakes The Atlantic
I was struck by how much shame there was in Eat Pray Love, and how apologetic I was as a narrator.”
Celeb Book Club Picks for June 2019 E! NEWS
See what novels, memoirs and nonfiction our favorite stars are soaking up this summer.
Anthony Price, British author of thrillers with deep links to history, dies at 90 Washington Post
Mr. Price's 19 novels were compared favorably with those of John le Carré.
The mystery writer: GCHS graduate Dennis Durbin publishes first book AdVantageNEWS.com
Author Dennis Durbin (right) poses with Granite City High Principal Daren DePew on April 30. Durbin's first book, “The Flying Saucer Mystery,” was published ...
In ‘Let Me Not Be Mad,’ a Doctor Is One of His Own Case Studies The New York Times
There are always two experts in a consulting room, A.K. Benjamin writes in his magnificently unsettling new book, “Let Me Not Be Mad.” There is the patient, and ...
Culture Club: Rangeley Public Library Lewiston Sun Journal
Fundraisers: The Book & Bake Sale, the biggest book sale of the year, will be on Saturday, July 13, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. It will feature a lawn full of tables ...
15 Must-Read Books For Fantasy Fans BuzzFeed News
Last month we asked BuzzFeed Book Club members to share their favorite fantasy books, in honor of our May selection, The Bird King by G. Willow Wilson.
Virginia Book Club: Our June Selection is a Riveting Mystery Our Community Now at Colorado
Welcome to OCN's Virginia Book Club! Join us each month as we read a book that is either set in Virginia or written by one of our very own Virginia authors!
Migraines have plagued me for years. A new book puts my pain in perspective. The Washington Post
It's estimated that over 1 billion people today suffer from migraines, two-thirds of them women. I am one of them. In “Migraine,” Katherine Foxhall delivers a ...
‘Bojack Horseman’ creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg expands his funny, melancholy empire The Washington Post
Someone Who Will Love You in All Your Damaged Glory” is a hilarious, poignant short-story collection.
Ars To-Be-Read: Our most anticipated books for the second half of 2019 Ars Technica
Authors, publishers, and book nerds converge on New York City at the end of May each year for Book Expo America, and this year Ars was there to scope out ...
KT Smith's New Book "Kanashi Sutori" is a Gripping Mystery Set in a… Virtual-Strategy Magazine
NEW YORK (PRWEB) May 27, 2019 K.T. Smith has completed his book "Kanashi Sutori": a suspenseful novel that keeps the pages turning until the final ...
Review: Pen In Hand: Reading, Re-reading And Other Mysteries, by Tim Parks HeraldScotland
Pen In Hand: Reading, Re-reading And Other Mysteries.
Has the world’s most mysterious book the Voynich Manuscript been decoded? UK academic claims so Daily Sabah
It's one of the world's most mysterious books, a 600-year-old manuscript written in an unknown or coded language that no one, not even the best...
A storm exposed children’s bones on a Canadian beach, reviving a 170-year-old mystery The Washington Post
Were they the remains of Irish immigrants who had fled the Great Famine in 1847 only to die in a shipwreck?
Daniel Radcliffe Joined The ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ Interactive Special In A Mysterious Role Bustle
Fans of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt never know what to expect from the absurdist Netflix show — and that now includes episodes that will air after the ...
The Mysterious Ingenue and Siren Who Wowed 19th-Century Readers With Her Verse The New York Times
L.E.L.: The Lost Life and Scandalous Death of Letitia Elizabeth Landon, the Celebrated 'Female Byron,'” by Lucasta Miller, analyzes the work and career of the ...
'My life completely changed': debut wins world's richest prize for a novel The Guardian
Nominated by just one library in Belgium, Emily Ruskovich's Idaho lands the €100000 International Dublin literary award.
Charles Xavier Stars in Marvel's House of X/Powers of X Teaser CBR
Charles Xavier homages The Lincoln Memorial while covered in the X-Men's mysterious plantlife in a new teaser for House of X and Powers of X.
Marvel Writer Shares Mysterious X-Men Tease Comicbook.com
Jonathan Hickman shared another cryptic tease for his highly-anticipated, upcoming run on Marvel's X-Men comics. Hickman is known for world building and for ...
FRIDAY OPEN THREAD: Let’s Make a Queer Summer Reading List! Autostraddle
Hi friends and happy Friday to you all but especially to everyone else like me who is not at A-Camp and feeling left out. Maybe next year?? (This is what I've ...
Julia Spencer-Fleming's The Rev. Clare Fergusson & Russ Van Alstyne Mysteries Christian Science Monitor
Yvonne Zipp recommends mystery series that have plenty of intrigue, but not too much violence – perfect for a stormy night.
BOOK NOTES: Passionate storytelling brings mystery to life Wicked Local
"The Last Woman in the Forest" By Diane Les Becquets. Berkley, 2019. 352 pages. $26Women. Wilderness. Danger. Three words often viewed in close ...
The strange life and death of Moe Berg, the baseball catcher who became a spy The Washington Post
A new documentary explores continuing mysteries about the famed Washington Senators player.
Plucked from obscurity: why bluegrass is making a comeback The Guardian
It was once derided as hillbilly music. How did bluegrass become the new sound of political protest across the US? Emma John. Sat 15 Jun 2019 06.00 EDT.
How Data Can Help You Win in the Winner-Take-All Economy The New York Times
This article is adapted from the book “How to Win in a Winner-Take-All World,” to be published June 18 by St. Martin's Press. On the day I met Brett Ostrum, in a ...
Mystery in the Sundarbans: Gun Island, by Amitav Ghosh, reviewed Spectator.co.uk
Meet Deen Datta, a nervous, practical and cautious man, born and brought up in Calcutta, who now lives in Brooklyn, where he works as a dealer in rare…
Who Is The Mysterious Figure In Marvel's Avengers' Trailer? Comicbook.com
This week, Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics finally dropped the first trailer of Marvel's Avengers, the latter's highly-anticipated PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia ...
7 of the Best Fiction Books About Evil Sisters Book Riot
Pick up these seven great fiction books about evil sisters and take comfort in the fact that you're not related to any of them.
A Nature Writer for the Anthropocene The Atlantic
In Underland, Robert Macfarlane gives readers new ways to experience the richness and strangeness of a damaged world.
The Mystery Deepens Around Justin Bieber’s Proposed Tom Cruise Fight Vanity Fair
Justin Bieber has lived a thousand lives in his mere 25 years. He made a hit record. Then he made another one. Then he made another one! He toured the ...
Central Park Five Prosecutor Linda Fairstein Was Dropped By Her Book Publisher After Netflix’s “When They See Us” Premiere BuzzFeed News
One week after the premiere of Netflix's When They See Us, a miniseries about the wrongful rape conviction of five black and Latino teenagers in New York City ...
Mystery Books on One 2019 Anthony Awards Ballot Book Riot
One Anthony Awards voter and Book Riot contributer shares the nominations on his ballot for the Anthony Awards for mystery books.
Glenn Danzig Accidentally Made the Year’s Best Horror-Comedy Vulture
Chicago's Cinepocalypse genre festival started off with a bolt of lightning this week — the birth of a bona fide cult hit, one that had its audience laughing and ...
Roger Hanson's New Book “Moody Gulch” Is an Engagingly Written Murder Mystery Set in the Beautiful Santa Cruz Mountains Near Los Gatos, California PR Web
Recent release “Moody Gulch” from Page Publishing author Roger Hanson is an engaging mystery putting young woman in the middle of a murder investigation ...
26 Brand New Thrillers That Will Give You Chills This Winter POPSUGAR
For most of the country, the weather has officially started to get really, really cold, and your bookshelf is about to be full of just as many chills. Thanks.
Comic Books Fairlady #2 review: The Dead Fairman Mystery AiPT! Comics
Fantasy world. Private Investigator. Procedural stories. That's Fairlady's approach. Simple, elegant and accessible, it's a refreshingly fun story that could only ...
Best Mystery Books | Best Thriller Books Popular Mechanics
O.J. Simpson, the 1893 World's Fair, and orchids all have something in common—true crime with a trace of Popular Mechanics.
5 Murder Mystery Books By Women To Bring A Chill To Your New Year Bustle
So January's within arm's reach, the holiday season is almost over, and frankly no one could blame you for being a little bit tired of non-stop festivity and ...
Want A New Mystery Or Thriller To Read? Here Are The Most Popular Of 2019 So Far Romper
I think out of all the social media websites out there, Goodreads is my favorite. There are free book reviews and recommendations from real people all over the ...
The 10 best thrillers and mysteries of 2018 The Washington Post
Secrets, private eyes, unreliable narrators and more.
LA Williams's New Book “The Cave of Mystery” Is a Charming Childhood Adventure as Five Young Friends Discover a Tantalizing Secret Hidden Near an Old, Abandoned Farm PR Web
Recent release “The Cave of Mystery” from Page Publishing author L.A. Williams is an entertaining tale highlighting important values of kindness and trust for ...
Inside the mysterious sport of ‘country collecting’ San Francisco Chronicle
Lexie Alford, a 21-year-old Nevada City native, is an ultra-traveler, part of a small cadre of humans who make it their business to visit as many places on earth as ...
21 Must Read Hoopla Mystery and Thriller Audiobooks! Book Riot
If you're already a Hoopla user, jump on down to the list of 21 great mystery and thriller audiobooks you can find on Hoopla. If you're going, “Hoopla, what?
Best Crime Novels of 2018 The New York Times
Marilyn Stasio's picks from the year's mysteries — for the most original murder method, the toughest puzzle, the creepiest setting, even the loudest bang for the ...
Sarah Hopkins imagines what's possible in dystopian youth prison novel Sydney Morning Herald
Lawyer and novelist Sarah Hopkins used her experiences in children's criminal court for her new novel The Subjects.
Bill Wittliff, 'Lonesome Dove' Screenwriter and Son of Texas, Dies at 79 The New York Times
Bill Wittliff, a garrulous Texas-bred screenwriter who adapted Larry McMurtry's sweeping Pulitzer Prize-winning western novel “Lonesome Dove” into a hit ...
Cozy Mysteries Are The Books You Need To Be Reading This Winter — Here Are 9 Recommendations Bustle
As the cold weather starts to set in, nothing sounds more appealing to this reader than spending a weekend at home getting lost in a good book. If you, like me, ...
Could Donor #2065 Be My Father? The New York Times
He was an Eagle Scout who had passed calculus and spoke some Mandarin. I was determined to meet him.
Can You Pass the Hardest Shakespeare Quiz? Book Riot
Test your knowledge of the Bard by answering questions about Shakespeare's life, plays, and poetry in the world's hardest Shakespeare quiz ever.
Read Harder: A Cozy Mystery Book Riot
Check off the cozy mystery task on the 2019 Read Harder Challenge with one of these delightful cozy mysteries. They're sweet, and charming, and deadly.
The Shining: 10 Questions We’ve Waited Over 30 Years For Doctor Sleep To Answer Screen Rant
More than 30 years after it first hit cinemas in 1980, Stanley Kubrick's horror masterpiece The Shining will be getting a sequel. Titled Doctor Sleep and directed ...
Book review: Natsu Miyashita's The Forest of Wool and Steel Stuff.co.nz
The Forest of Wool and Steel by Natsu Miyashita (Doubleday, $30). With over a million copies sold in Japan, Natsu Miyashita's novel The Forest of Wool and ...