Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Legal Mysteries II: Mystery Readers Journal

Mystery Readers Journal: Legal Mysteries II (Volume 28:3) is just out. This terrific issue is a companion to the previous issue, Legal Mysteries I (Volume 28:2). Both are available as hardcopy or PDF, or as part of a subscription to Mystery Readers Journal.



  • Setting Literary Precedents by Jeffrey Marks
  • So, You've Been Sued? by Harley L. Sachs
  • "The Batignolle Murder"—The Best Detective Story Ever Written? by Nina Cooper
  • Learning the Ropes in Court by Rosemary Aubert
  • Law Practice: The Dream and the Reality by Donald J. Bingle
  • I Didn't Know I Was Writing a Thriller by Jay Brandon
  • Law and Fiction—Getting the Facts Straight by Leslie Budewitz
  • Legal Writing: Fiction Versus Footnotes by Alafair Burke
  • Author, Attorney, Advocate by Teresa Burrell
  • Gazing Into the Abyss by Pamela Callow
  • When Life Hands You Lemons, Make Martinis—With a Twist! by Diane Capri
  • Courtroom Mysteries—Justice the Way It Ought To Be by Lauren Carr
  • The Law in Law and Order by J. Madison Davis
  • Heroes Need Not Apply by Douglas Corleone
  • Three Pillars of Legal Thriller/Mystery Writing by John Dobbyn
  • Weeds, Books, and Scott Turow by Robert Dugoni
  • Tilting the Scales by Joel Goldman
  • The Fine Print by W.S. Gager
  • Every Case Is a Story by Paul Goldstein
  • Sharing the Life of an Everyday Lawyer by Tony Dunbar
  • Divorce Can Be Deadly by Susan Goldstein
  • Suspense, Transgression and Murder by Sylvie Granotier
  • Thunderstruck by Chuck Greaves
  • The Case of the Innocent Woman by Parnell Hall
  • The First Thing We Do, Let's Kill All the Lawyers by Judith K. Ivie
  • Lawless by Linda O. Johnston
  • Law and the Puritan by M.E. Kemp
  • How Jo Peters Became an Assistant District Attorney by Gay Toltl Kinman
  • My Life In Crime by Robert Knightly
  • The Joys of Grave Digging by Michael A. Kahn
  • Naked Confessions by Margaret Maron
  • The Osgoode Trilogy by Mary E. Martin
  • Ring in the New... and Ring in the Old by Lia Matera
  • The Law of Characterization by Andrew McAleer
  • Courtroom Theater by Margaret McLean
  • Attorney of Record by D.R. Meredith
  • Part of the Solution by Penny Mickelbury
  • Retro Is the New New Thing by Julie Smith
  • Why People Still Love Courtroom Drama by Sheldon Siegel
  • The Long Winding Road to the Times by Larry D. Thompson
  • A Taos Festival by Mari Ulmer
  • Digging Up Dead Lawyers by E.J. Wagner
  • Turning Immigration Law into Mystery Drama by Jonathan Worlde
  • In Short: It's Legal by Marvin Lachman
  • Tragedy at Law: The Greatest British Legal Mystery by Philip L. Scowcroft
  • Crime Scene: TV Series On Trial by Kate Derie
  • From the Editor's Desk by Janet Rudolph

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