Tuesday, June 23, 2020

ITALIAN MYSTERIES: Mystery Readers Journal (Volume 36:2)

Mystery Readers Journal: Italian Mysteries (Volume 36: 2, Summer 2020) is available as a PDF and hardcopy. Subscriber copies should arrive this week. PDF Contributor Copies will go out tomorrow. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this issue. 

Be safe! Be well!

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

  • Italy—The Mystery Setting by Robert J. Stern
  • Donna Leon by Jack Erickson
  • “It’s the System, Not the People”: Conor Fitzgerald’s Alec Blume Series by David Clark
  • Food—A Critical Element in the Inspector Montalbano Mysteries by Joan Leotta
  • Italy’s (In)Famous Son by Lisa Black
  • An Introduction to Gang Life: Tuscany, c.1940 by Jay A. Gertzman
  • Place, Food, Language and Sleaze: Setting in Italian Mysteries by Elizabeth Immirzi
  • Music and Murder, Italian-style by Paul Adam
  • “You See But You Do Not Observe” by Rona Bell
  • Community Policing in Italy by Grace Brophy
  • Of Operas and Artichokes by Shelley Costa / Stephanie Cole
  • The Little Drummer by Sandrone Dazieri
  • Italy: Land of Beauty, Mystery, and Inspiration by Rich DiSilvio
  • Working in Italy by David Hewson
  • An Italian Parking Ticket by Russell Hill
  • The Lightning Bolt by Jack Erickson
  • In the Beginning (and Ending)… Italy by Joseph LeValley
  • The Italian Art Job by Larry Mild
  • Bella Italia by Arthur Kerns
  • Sicilian Murder by Alec Peche
  • One Writer’s Origins (with Apologies to Ms. Welty) by Vito Racanelli
  • Boat Memories by Sebastian Rotella
  • The Diavolo in the Details by David P. Wagner
  • Turn to Stone: Quarantined in Florence with Ellie Stone by James W. Ziskin
  • Mystery in Retrospect: Reviews by Lesa Holstine, Lexa M. Mack, D.R. Ransdell, L.J. Roberts, Lucinda Surber, Nicola Trwst
  • In Short: Italian Short Stories by Marvin Lachman
  • The Children’s Hour: Mysteries Set in Italy by Gay Toltl Kinman
  • Just the Facts: A New Patron Saint for Cops? by Jim Doherty
  • Real Italy Mysteries by Cathy Pickens
  • Crime Seen: Guido and Salvo, the Two Commissari by Kate Derie
  • From the Editor’s Desk by Janet A. Rudolph

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