This category is dedicated to mystery genre fiction sites.
History, trends, schools of writing, and an alphabetical list of mystery authors.
Search engine for novels, with specific search elements, including plot, theme, characters, and setting.
An interactive online book club where crime fiction lovers can have discussions in a forum, download podcasts, view webisodes and find out more about the accompanying TV show.
Introductions to over 180 clerical detectives, including detecting clergy, ex-clergy, monks, nuns and several others.
Nicaragua issued a series of postage stamps portraying a dozen fictional detectives.
Message board for fans of mysteries in the classic tradition, including those written by Ellery Queen, Dorothy L. Sayers, John Dickson Carr, and Agatha Christie.
List of holiday-theme murder mysteries and their authors, categorized by holiday.
A guide to both the history of the mystery novel and to locating modern mysteries by topic and style.
Mormon and Utah-based fictional detectives, and the mystery novels in which they appear.
An on-going listing of new and upcoming mystery books and books on tape. Books and audio tapes can be purchased online.
Showcases mysteries in which the main character is a lesbian. Browse by author or by character. For each author, a link to official site if possible, profile of the character, bibliography. Notes Lambda-winning authors.
Information about mystery novels and authors. Includes book reviews.
Online mystery network offering mystery entertainment and information.
Information about African American mystery writers and characters. Reviews and news are also featured.
Lists authors and series characters, indexed by last name, location and occupation.
Authors, books, reviews, Crime Scene, discussion and news.
Features books, reviews, children's mysteries, and links. Feature author is Agatha Christie.
Traces the development of the early whodunit in both mystery and conventional literature of the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
Article covering the history of the genre, its categories, use in film and criticism.
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