Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Mystery Scene #103

This is a particularly rich issue just out now. A long piece on Minette Walters; Cagney and Lacey 25 years later; Scooby-Doo, crime fighter (a really interesting take on the cartoon character); Joan Druett whose mysteries take place on the high seas on the early 1800s; five questions with some very interesting answers by S.J. Rozan; and an exceptionally fine overview of William Campbell Gault's career by Jon Breen. Plus Kevin Burton Smith on hardboiled films and all the other regulars as well. No other magazine in the non-fiction field comes close. Here's the website. If you care about mystery fiction at all, you'll be a subscriber. Kate Stine and Brian Skupin have made Mystery Scene the class act of the genre. For more information here's the website http://www.mysteryscenemag.com/

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