Tuesday, August 14, 2012

LEGAL MYSTERIES I: Mystery Readers Journal

The latest issue of Mystery Readers Journal: Legal Mysteries I (28:2)  has just been published. We had so many great articles, reviews and author essays that we decided to go to two issues of Legal Mysteries. So, there's still some time for you to contribute to this issue. Send me an email or comment below if you'd like to be included.

This Legal Mystery issue is available as hardcopy or PDF. Go here to order.  There are a few articles available to read online, so be sure and visit the site. I'll also be posting articles on Mystery Fanfare over the next few days. See below for Table of Contents.

Mystery Readers Journal: Legal Mysteries I


  • Better Talk to the Lawyer by Margot Kinberg
  • Yrsa Sigurdardóttir: Iceland's Queen of Suspense by Mitzi M. Brunsdale
  • Prosecutors Who Turned To Crime (Fiction) by Karen Catalona
  • Missing Maidens, Weeping Paintings, and the Law in Renaissance Florence
    by Alana White
  • The Legal Thrill of It All by James Scott Bell
  • The Curious Career of Martin H. Ehrengraf by Lawrence Block
  • Celebrating (and Lampooning) the Fictional Courtroom by Jon L. Breen
  • Criminal Justice—Not Just an Oxymoron by Holli Castillo
  • Law, Life and Liverpool by Martin Edwards
  • "Ain't No Holt What Can't Be Broke" by Flo Fitzpatrick
  • Me & Brehon Law by Cora Harrison
  • Arthur! Arthur! by William Deverell
  • The Legal Formula and How to Avoid It by John Lescroart
  • Fiction Cured My Courtroom Blues by Paul Levine
  • Short Stories, Novels, What Ifs, and Skip Tracing by D.P. Lyle
  • Your Doctor Did What? by Liz Osborne
  • Mystery and the Law by Una Tiers
  • For the Love of the Law by Pamela Samuels Young
  • Crossword: The Case of the Diligent Defender by Verna Suit
  • Mystery in Retrospect: Reviews by Donald J. Bingle and L.J. Roberts
  • Legal Mysteries Line-Up by Cathy Pickens
  • Crime Seen: On Trial by Kate Derie
  • Just the Facts: A Fool for a Client by Jim Doherty
  • Children's Hour: Legal Mysteries by Gay Toltl Kinman
  • From the Editor's Desk by Janet Rudolph

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