Saturday, May 14, 2011

London Crime Fiction: Mystery Readers Journal

The latest issue of Mystery Readers Journal is now out. Be sure and check out London Mysteries I (Volume 27:1). To order this issue either as a .pdf or hardcopy, go HERE.


London—Crime Central of History by Alan J. Bishop
This Is the City: London by Gary Garner

The Charm of London Town by Kate Charles
My London by Rory Clements
London Calling by Liza Cody
Trish Maguire by Natasha Cooper
Masquerading in Secret London by Deborah Crombie
A Country House Mystery in London by Anna Dean
"Maybe It's Because I'm a Londoner..." by Carola Dunn
London: A Capital City by Martin Edwards
The Most Peculiar Detectives by Christopher Fowler
A Survey of Medieval London by Margaret Frazer
What To Leave In, What To Leave Out by Peg Herring
London—Spies and Titles by Gay Toltl Kinman
To London with Love by Clare Langley-Hawthorne
Sweeping Mysterious London by Amy Myers
Cor Blimey, Guv'nor! by Barbara Nadel
So Just Where Is 221B? by Michael Robertson
In Pursuit of the Murder by Verna Suit
Love Me Deadly by JoAnne Soper-Cook
The Spell of London by Charles Todd
London—Past Imperfect by Dan Waddell
My London by Jacqueline Winspear
My Love Affair with London by Patricia Wynn
London: the Great Literary City by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro

The Devil's Home on Leave: Derek Raymond's Factory Series by Dan Fleming
The Law in London by Jim Doherty
Noblesse Noblige: Robert Barnard's A Scandal in Belgravia by Katherine Hall Page

In Short: "I'm in London Again" by Marvin Lachman
Just the Facts: Truth Beneath a Tattered Coat by Jim Doherty
Crime Seen: The Mean Streets of London by Kate Derie
From the Editor's Desk by Janet A. Rudolph

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