Tuesday, December 13, 2022

LEGAL MYSTERIES: Mystery Readers Journal (38:4)

Legal Mysteries

Mystery Readers Journal: Legal Mysteries (38:4) Winter 2022 is now available as PDF and HardcopyWe have had three earlier issues of Legal Mysteries, and they are available as PDF downloads. Legal Mysteries 1 (28:2: 2012)Legal Mysteries II (28:3:2012) Legal Mysteries (16:1). Order all four. 

If you're a PDF subscriber, you should have received download instructions (let me know if you didn't). Hard copy subscription copies went out last week. International subscribers will receive their issues within two weeks. PDF Contributor copies will go out this week Thanks to everyone who contributed to this amazing issue.

Legal Mysteries
Volume 38, No. 4, Winter 2022

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



  • Killing Lawyers (On Paper): A New Type of Therapy by Judith Ayn
  • The Curious Career of Martin H. Ehrengraf by Lawrence Block
  • Every Story Has a Beginning by James Barretto
  • “Don’t Tell Me What You Did” by Mark Bruce
  • Keeping it Legal by Diane Capri
  • Grief, Loss and a Con Man Changed My Life by Steve Cavanagh
  • Is the Legal Thriller Dead? by Lori Huff Dillman
  • Writing What You Know—Sort of… by Martin Edwards
  • Let Justice Be Done, Though the Heavens Fall by Anne Emery
  • A Legal Mystery? Call for Miss Marple by Elizabeth Elwood
  • True Lies by Chuck Greaves
  • An Unwilling Witness by Connie Johnson Hambley
  • Advice to Would-be Lawyer/Author by James Grippando
  • Legally Blocked by Joyce Holms
  • Jo Peters : ADA, City Attorney and P.I. by Gay Toltl Kinman
  • House Witness by Mike Lawson
  • Character Is Destiny… in Court and Out by Paul Levine
  • “You Don’t Need a Lawyer!” (Yes, You Do) by Terrence McCauley
  • My Brushes with a Serial Killer by Jodé Millman
  • The Lawyer as Storyteller by Robert Rotstein
  • Keeping It Real by C.L. Tolbert
  • Writing the First Legal Thriller by Bentley Turner
  • The Best Defense by Bev Vincent
  • Case # 421946: Crime & Punishment in Renaissance Florence by Alana White
  • The Last Lie Told by Debra Webb
  • Did the Barrister Do It? by Elizabeth Woodcraft


  • Mystery in Retrospect: Reviews by Aubrey Hamilton, Lesa Holstine, Joan Ramirez, Kathy Boone Reel, L.J. Roberts, Lucinda Surber, Craig Sisterson
  • Children’s Hour: Legal Mysteries by Gay Toltl Kinman
  • In Short: It’s Legal… and It’s Short by Marv Lachman
  • Crime Seen: In the Courtroom by Kate Derie
  • The D.A.’s Men by Jim Doherty
  • From the Editor’s Desk by Janet A. Rudolph
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