Thursday, November 2, 2017


The latest issue of Mystery Readers Journal: Big City Cops I is now available. Check out the Table of Contents and links below. Great articles and reviews by and about your favorite authors. The final issue for 2017 will be Big City Cops I.

Thanks to everyone who contributed to make this such a terrific issue, especially Kate Derie, Associate Editor.  

Contributors, if you don't see your article in this issue, it will appear in the next issue, Big City Cops II.

Big City Cops I (Volume 33:3)

Buy this back issue! Available in hardcopy or as a downloadable PDF.

  • Let’s Be Careful Out There… Wherever the Hell We Are by Jim Doherty
  • The Crossing by Michael Connelly: A Book Group Discussion by Roberta Rood
  • Cops These Days Aren’t What They Used To Be by Rennie Airth
  • Big City Cops: Two Takes by Rona Bell and Sean McCluskey
  • Cops and Writers by Paul Bishop
  • A Good Fall(en) Guy by Craig Faustus Buck
  • Chinatown Crime Time by Henry Chang
  • My Heroes by Tim Chapman
  • Cleveland’s “Untouchable” Top Cop by Max Allan Collins
  • Why I Turned My Back on Big City Cops by Garry Disher
  • When Big City Cops Have Four Paws by Sara Driscoll
  • The Changing Face of Nashville by J.T. Ellison
  • Are You Feeling Safe? by Lyndsay Faye
  • Becoming Lou in La-La-Land by Rachel Howzell Hall
  • Crime Fighter Turned Crime Writer by Isabella Maldonado
  • Bronson: a Literary Crush by L.C. Hayden
  • You Can Take the Big City Cop Out of the City, But… by Adrian Magson
  • Lt. Sigrid Harald, NYPD by Margaret Maron
  • Limitations of Big City Cops by Neil Plakcy
  • The Stories I Tell by Lisa Marie Redmond
  • Cold Case Prosecution by Brian Thiem
  • Lizzie Borden: Murder—and Mistakes? by Christine A. Verstraete
  • Mystery in Retrospect: Reviews by Lesa Holstine, Michael Mayo, L.J. Roberts, Craig Sisterson
  • The Big Tens From the Big Towns—Part One by Jim Doherty
  • Just the Facts: Frank Hamer—Houston Heat by Jim Doherty
  • The Children’s Hour: Big City Cops by Gay Toltl Kinman
  • In Short: Big City Cops by Marvin Lachman
  • Crime Seen: Metropolice by Kate Derie
  • From the Editor’s Desk by Janet Rudolph

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