Bouchercon 2013: Louise Penny Goes on a Crime Award Spree

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At the 44th annual Bouchercon (a volunteer-run mystery convention for readers, writers, and other publishing types), held September 19–21 in Albany, NY,  best-selling author Louise Penny scored a double-header, winning the 2013 Anthony and the 2013 Macavity Best Novel Awards for The Beautiful Mystery, a locked-room puzzler set in a remote monastery deep in the […]

Xpress Reviews: E-Originals | First Look at New Books, September 13, 2013

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A worthy novella from Gibson, a one-two romance punch from Porter, Swedish details from Regnery, a European sensation from Schwarz, a satisfying second series title from Soliman, and Christmas on the Beach from Wax.

Mystery Series Lineup | September 1, 2013

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The latest mysteries series, from the September 1, 2013 issue.

By Hook or by Crook | September 1, 2013

Three California mystery authors meet for a monthly “salon” of their publishing adventures.

Mystery Reviews | September 1 2013

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Reviews of Nightmare Range, The Devil’s Interval, W Is for Wasted, and Aunty Lee’s Delights, plus a full list of Mystery reviews from the September 1, 2013 issue.

Rule Victoriana

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A look at mysteries set during Victorian England.

Mystery Sides | August 15, 2013

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The latest mystery series releases

Mystery Reviews | August 2013

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Reviews of Soft Money: A Filomena Buscarsela Mystery, . In the Moors: A Shaman Mystery, Just One Evil Act: A Lynley Novel,Cold Tuscan Stone: A Rick Montoya Italian Mystery, plus a full list of Mystery reviews from the August 2013 issue, as well as the latest mystery news.

Xpress Reviews: E-Originals | First Look at New Books, August 9, 2013

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Cameron returns to her British roots with a village mystery, Santana makes an entertaining debut, Tristan hits all the right notes in this well-crafted romantic fantasy

Fall Mystery Announcements

Fall Mystery Announcements

Tuesday, August 27, 2013, 3:00-4:00 PM ET In a brief survey of 232 public libraries conducted by Library Journal, 55% of respondents reported that Mystery continues to be the most popular genre in terms of circulation. The survey also found that in print fiction collections, 24.1% of materials are mysteries.

Join LJ Mystery columnist Teresa Jacobsen for this free webcast and get a preview of the latest titles from Severn House, Midnight Ink, and Five Star, all sure to quicken your patrons’ pulses! You’ll find yourself taking notes on which audiobooks and books to match up with the mystery lovers who lurk in both your physical and virtual stacks. This archive is no longer available.

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