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“A moment on the edge”

In the introduction to her book, A Moment on the Edge: 100 Years of Crime Stories by Women,  Elizabeth George, the creator of the Inspector Lynley mysteries, asks why crime, and especially murder,  is so important, not just in mysteries,

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The Commissario and me

I just read a Donna Leon mystery and, as always, loved the setting (Venice!), the pace of it, the involving plot, and the Commissario, Guido Brunetti. The Commissario is a bastion of decency in an awful world, and a charming

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Does it have to be murder?

“I guess I just don’t like murder,” said a friend, explaining why she wouldn’t be reading any of my cozy mysteries. I didn’t argue with her. I’m not very fond of murder either. Still, at the heart of most mysteries

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