Saturday, April 28, 2012

Mysteries set in France: Mystery Readers Journal, Volume 28:1

If you're a U.S. subscriber to Mystery Readers Journal for '12, you will receive the French Mysteries issue in the next few days. If you're an out of country subscriber or a contributor to this issue, I am still waiting for the hardcopy issues to arrive. I will mail your issue out as soon as I receive them. If you subscribe via PDF download, you should have received an email with the instructions for downloading. Let me know if you didn't.

Subscribe to Mystery Readers Journal for '12 and receive the next four issues.

Mysteries Set in France, Volume 28, No. 1, Spring 2012
Buy this back issue! Available in hardcopy or as a downloadable PDF.


A Brief Panorama of Early French Crime Fiction by Jean-Marc Lofficier
Sex and the Country: Some Thoughts on Pierre Magnan by Peter Rozovsky
An Interview with Sîan Reynolds by Peter Rozovsky
My Affair With the Birthplace of Crime Fiction by Bernadette Bean
Tale of Two Dominiques by Cary Watson
The Father of the Detective Story: Emile Gaboriau by Nina Cooper

Passion, Bloodshed, Desire, and Death by Susanne Alleyn
How I Got Into My Life of Crime French Style by Cara Black
Honest! I Was in Paris Working Very Hard! by Rick Blechta
Having a Nice Time? by Rhys Bowen
Inspector Aliette Nouvelle by John Brooke
The French Adventure of a Full-time Lawyer and Part-time Fool by Alan Gordon
Escape From Paris by Carolyn Hart
Maggie MacGowen Goes to France by Wendy Hornsby
France on Berlin Time by J. Robert Janes
Experiencing Provence by M.L. Longworth
Writing a French Police Series by Adrian Magson
France, the Write Country by Peter May
Travel + Fiction: You Want to Go There by Lise McClendon
Hemingway's Paris Remains 'A Moveable Feast' by Craig McDonald
Inspired by the "Where" by Tom Mitcheltree
It's All About Me? by Sharan Newman
Drinking Tea From a Bowl: Getting France Right by D-L Nelson
Mysteries Set in France: Vive la Différence! by Katherine Hall Page
Provence—To Die For by Renée Paley-Bain
Mick Jagger, Kirs Royales, and Paris by P.J. Parrish
Paris Shadows by M.J. Rose
Diplomatic Mystery by William S. Shepard
Alpine Beach: My French Connection by Susan Steggall
She Lost Her Head in La Belle France by Nancy Means Wright

Crossword: The French Connection by Verna Suit
Mystery in Retrospect: Reviews by Lesa Holstine, L.J. Roberts, Alana White, Marlyn Beebe
Children's Hour: Where's Madeleine? by Gay Toltl Kinman
In Short: Glimpses of France by Marvin Lachman
The Art of French Crime by Cathy Pickens
Crime Seen: Le Crime Vu by Kate Derie
Mysteries Set in France by British Authors by Philip Scowcroft
From the Editor's Desk by Janet A. Rudolph


The Passing Tramp said...

Interesting. At The Passing Tramp I've just been blogging the last week or so about 1930s and 1940s mysteries set in France or with French detectives.

Deb Carr said...

Thanks for the list, Janet! I now have to edit my "Must Read Next" list!!
Did I miss Inspector Maigret, or is he in the list?
Love your blogs!

Janet Rudolph said...

The Passing Tramp, want to do a guest post on Mystery Fanfare?

Janet Rudolph said...

Deb, Maigret is referred to in one of the articles, but alas not an Author! Author! essay :-)