Wednesday, November 21, 2018

MYSTERY IN ASIA: Mystery Readers Journal (34:3)

The third issue of Mystery Readers Journal: Mystery in Asia (Volume 34: 3) is available now as a PDF and will be shortly available in hardcopy. Subscriber copies have been mailed. Buy this back issue! Available in hardcopy or as a downloadable PDF.

Below is the Table of Contents, as well as some sample articles from the new issue.
  • Judge Dee: a Look at Van Gulik’s Chinese Master Detective by Michael Kurland
  • Ethel Proudlock and the Murder of William Steward by Roberta Rood
  • A Yen for Mystery: Four Japanese Women by John Apostolou
  • Flatfoots in the Far East by Jim Doherty
  • White House Travel and Intrigue in Asia by Karna Small Bodman
  • Panic and Desperation in Hong Kong by Susan Blumberg-Kason
  • The Apothecary Shop by Laura Boss
  • The East Is Different by John Burdett
  • Digging into the Thai Underbelly by Colin Cotterill
  • The Crimson Masquerade by Vickie Britton and Loretta Jackson
  • The Map of Lost Memories by Kim Fay
  • Writing the Past by Dale Furutani
  • Armchair-Traveling in China by Chris Goff
  • Darkness in the Land of Smiles by Timothy Hallinan
  • Murder at the Grand Raj Palace: Why Crime Writers Love a Good Hotel by Vaseem Khan
  • From the Mountain to the City by Elsa Hart
  • Talking Story—Japan by Barry Lancet
  • Mysteries of the Orient by Joan K. Lacy
  • Prawns in the Game by Ed Lin
  • Murder, Money and Music in Hong Kong by Charles Philipp Martin
  • Adventures in South Korea by J. R. Lindermuth
  • Noodle in a Haystack by Saul Maskell
  • One Morning in Mumbai by Sujata Massey
  • The World of Vincent Calvino, P.I., Bangkok by Christopher G. Moore
  • Some Notes From a Long, Strange Journey by Jake Needham
  • Up Like Thunder by Colin T. Nelson
  • Murder and Mayhem in Imperial Japan by I.J. Parker
  • It’s Good to Be Thought Stupid by 22 Million People by David Rotenberg
  • Tokyo—Stories, Culture, Murder by Michael Pronko
  • China, Korea, Macao, Hong Kong and the Rabbit in the Moon by Deborah Shlian
  • Sumatra: Perfect Scene For A Crime by Nancy Raven Smith
  • Art Leads to Mystery in Southeast Asia by Nancy Tingley
  • Durian Days by Ovidia Yu
  • Murder in Retrospect: Reviews by L.J. Roberts, Craig Sisterson, Jonathan Woods, Lesa Holstine, and Tuhin Giri
  • The Children’s Hour: Mystery in Asia by Gay Toltl Kinman
  • Crime Seen: Sherlock in Japan by Kate Derie
  • Real Crime in East Asia by Cathy Pickens
  • A Personal Overview of Asian Mysteries by Thom Walls
  • From the Editor’s Desk by Janet A. Rudolph

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