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Posts Tagged 'mysteries'

  1. Karel Čapek’s “Tales from Two Pockets”  • 
    To call the forty-eight short stories of Karel ńĆapek collected and newly translated in "Tales from Two Pockets" among the greatest the mystery genre has ever produced only begins to tell the tale.
  2. Michael Connelly’s “The Concrete Blonde”  • 
    In "The Concrete Blonde," Edgar Award-winning novelist Michael Connelly has a sharp eye for plotting and a perceptive ear for dialogue. Unfortunately, he doesn't possess much of a sense for originality.